Three down and one to go!
Thanks to all of the riders, sponsors, officials and ABD volunteers that made our 11th annual indoor time trial series another great success. We had close to 600 finishers over the three dates and our first ever “Hill Climb” event this weekend. Full results and current overall standings are posted at http://www.ABDcycling.com.
We’ve also posted a brief online survey for participants of this year’s indoor time trials. It would be a huge help if you could let us know how we’re doing at http://www.abdcycling.com/events/tt_survey.html
Next Saturday, March 27th, we’ll be hosting our first ever indoor invitational event at Prairie Path Cycles-Batavia! The top men and women from the Hill Climb will receive e-mails this evening inviting them to tackle the Morgul Bismark course in a mass-start Computrainer event with drafting enabled!
For riders that aren’t attending the invitational we recommend heading north on Saturday to Burnham Racing’s Spring Super Criterium at Blackhawk Raceway in South Beloit, IL. Full details are available at: http://burnhamracing.org/index.php?module=pages&func=display&pageid=3
The final event of the 2010 ABD TT Series is the John Fraser Memorial Time Trial and will be held on Sunday, April 11th in Maple Park, IL. We’ll be using our two-turnaround course that is just shy of 10 miles long. Stay tuned to www.ABDcycling.com for important parking information and a course map. NOTE: no rider parking will be allowed in the residential areas north of the Maple Park Civic Center.
The John Fraser Memorial Time Trial is also the opening outdoor event of the Mid America Time Trial Series, but MATT’s organizers will count the current overall indoor results as one (1) MATTS result. Riders competing in more events will be placed higher, i.e. a rider who competed in all three indoor events will receive more MATTS points than a rider that only competed in two indoor events. For more information on the Mid America Time Trial Series go to http://www.ambikerace.com