Start Order Procedure

By |July 3rd, 2015|

The Top Ten riders in the series standings will be “Called Up” in the front row 15 minutes prior to start time. From the 2nd row on, riders will be staged randomly and thus be mixed up from race to race.

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Neutral Support

By |July 3rd, 2015|

Gregg’s Greenlake Cycle provides neutral support at each race. They will offer free service, pit work, wheels, parts and general help when available. This is a nice benefit for you, but not a right. They will happily help if you have a good attitude and they have time; but you should plan on being self-sufficient.

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Are Any Licenses Required?

By |November 27th, 2012|

No license is required to participate in the Cross Revolution Series.

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Race Numbers & Timing Chips

By |November 27th, 2012|

You must bring your race bib number & chip to every race. A replacement chip or bib number will cost $5. Chips are required for you to be scored, no exceptions. Race/bib numbers & chips will be assigned for the entire season; if forgotten, a new one can be issued for $5.

Did you change categories mid-season? Racing […]

Pre-Registered Riders & Season Pass Holders

By |November 27th, 2012|

If you have pre-registered for a race and/or have a season pass you need to check in at registration on race day only once for the series to collect your Bib Number and timing chip. Once you have your bib number & timing chip, from there on out you can pre-register online and then skip the day […]

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Rules, Equipment, and Officiating

By |November 27th, 2012|

Races will be governed primarily by USA Cycling rules for Cyclocross rider conduct and equipment regulations (exception…we promise not to caliper measure your tire width).

It is your responsibility to know these rules and regulations.

Mountain bikes will be allowed, but are definitely slower.

Helmets are required for everybody at all times. No Helmet = NO Dice!

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