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For Immediate release
NOVEMBER 25, 2009: Boulder, Colorado — Combine the mass-participation
buzz of a big-city marathon, the epic beauty of a European gran fondo, and
the all-inclusive nature of a cycling century ride and you have the
framework for the newest entrant to North America’s endurance sports
events arena — Centurion Cycling.
Launched in fall 2009 by Ironman pioneer Graham Fraser and veteran event
organizer Len Pettyjohn, Centurion Cycling is a competitive, three-race
series with events slated for Madison, Wisconsin; Mammoth Lakes,
California; and right here in Boulder County.
In fact, Centurion-Colorado kicks off the series on July 17-18, 2010.
Final course details are still being fleshed out, but expect a difficult
day with ample climbing. Centurion-Wisconsin follows on Aug. 7-8, and
Centurion-California completes the slate on Sept. 11-12.
On-line registration for all three of these marathon-of-cycling events is
open. Precise computer-chip timing will determine exact finish times —
and the winners of a $25,000 total prize purse that includes overall series
Each two-day Centurion Cycling event will include three separate rides —
a 25-miler on Saturday, and 50-mile and 100-mile rides on Sunday. The 50