Georgia State Game cycling events.
I have posted the info below. anyone interesting riding?
Date: July 10, 2010
Site: White, Georgia (Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church – 550 Mt. Pleasant Rd., Fairmont, GA)
Time: RACE DAY REGISTRATION BEGINS AT 7AM
Entry Fee: 1) Register Online OR
2) $27.00 per person; Juniors are $21.00; $5.00 late fee applied to each registration.
*Out of state residents add $5.00 to entry fee*
Pre-Entry Deadline: Friday - July 2, 2010 (all paper entry forms must be received by 5:00 p.m., not postmarked). On-line registration will remain open until July 8, 2010 at 5:00 p.m.
Entry forms not received by the pre-entry deadline will include a $5.00 late fee.
After July 2, 2010 no paper entry forms will be accepted at any location. All entry forms must be sent to the Georgia Games office ONLY.
Men Cat 3
Men Cat 4
Men Cat 5
Women Cat 4
ENTRY FORMS & REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Internet Registration - Registration Link
Registration for the Time Trial race must be accessed through the Time Trial page [click here] in order to register
Paper Registration form and Waiver – CLICK HERE
Flyer being updated – post soon
- Women 1/2/3 - 3 Laps 53miles
- Masters 35+ - 3 Laps 53 miles
--SEE ENTRY FORM--
Circuit is 17.5 miles of rolling terrain with no major hills. Open country roads with low traffic. Start/Finish Line will be near the church parking area. Course maps will be available at registration area.
Feed Zone will be approx. 200 meters near the finish line on Mt. Pleasant Rd. Area will be designated by cones and signs. No feeding will be allowed on the last lap.
The Georgia Games medal will be presented to the top three (3) finishers in each field.
As established by the United State Cycling Federation. Helmets are mandatory! Race Director reserves the right to combine fields (or any other decision affecting the race weekend). Support vehicles provided for all categories, wheel in/wheel out. Yellow line rules STRICTLY enforced. Feed Zones located on course. There is a mandatory field limit of 50 riders in the Category 5 race.
I used to be the organizer of the track cycling event for that.