2013 NCNCA MEET THE TEAMS DAY THIS SUNDAY!
2013 NCNCA MEET THE TEAMS DAY
The 2013 Road Race Season is ramping up for the entire NCNCA region! The Early Bird Criterium Training Series has been a major bonus for countless riders over the years for skills clinic & mentor work, as well as quality group criterium practice. Huge thanks goes out to Larry Nolan and the dedicated NCNCA Mentors who provide outstanding training for all who join this program. Velo Promo is awesome to provide this venue for the NCNCA clubs and members to advance Road Cycling skills and fitness leading up to the constant racing in our region starting in February.
Thank you to everyone involved for the great build up to the 2013 NCNCA Road Race Season!
The NCNCA BikeReg.com Premier Series , TheJunior Points Series , and the NCNCA Championship Races for Elite, Masters, and Juniors, all create the best cycling culture in America for one region. Thanks to all the dedicated people behind the scenes who work so hard for these fantastic racing opportunities...
Robert Liebold has shared this information regarding the fun MEET THE TEAMS DAY at this Sunday's Early Bird Criterium Training event in Fremont...
NCNCA Meet the Teams Day
This Sunday, January 27, will be the annual NCNCA Meet the Teams Day at the Early Bird Criterium in Fremont. Teams can reserve a spot (10x10 for a tent/table etc) to display club paraphernalia, sponsor products, and provide information to potential team members and new riders. No sales, please. Riders are welcome to browse the booths and find out what teams and clubs have to offer. NCNCA Meet the Teams Day goes all day, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 pm, but teams are not required to be there the whole time. Contact email@example.com to reserve a spot for a booth/table.
There is a possibility that the NCNCA Meet the Teams Day will be postponed one week in case of rain, though we will be there for the race in any case. Announcements will be made where you see this announcement by Saturday morning. The Early Birds take place in Fremont as described on the VeloPromo.com website: http://www.velopromo.com/ebcr-ent.htm