Tuesday, December 29, 2009

More Races Lined Up During The "Peak Season" For Cross In Nor-Cal- B.A.R. Rankings Updated

B.A.R. Rankings have been updated & the Rock Lobster Bicycles Men's Elite riders have positioned themselves as the dominate force during the 2009-10 Nor-Cal Cross season with four weekends of racing still to come on the schedule. It is the time of the season where the Northern California dirt gets soft and mud comes into play, which creates fun challenges for all. It is the "Peak Season" for Cross racing in Nor-Cal. There are competitions lined up in January that will most likely feature muddy sections and soft terrain riding that the Nor-Cal races have lacked this year. Surely the difficult riding and technical aspect of winter racing will give way for the opportunity of "Mudders" and "Foul Weather Riders" to impact the racing antics. B.A.R. Rankings have been tallied to date, and a special note must be made of Paul Sadoff's Rock Lobster Cyclocross Team which has placed 7 of its riders in the top 15 of the Men's Elite Division. The Lobster bunch holds down the top 4 placings overall in the super competitive Men's Elite Division. B.A.R. Rankings reflect the entire season of Cross racing. Paul Sadoff deserves praise for putting together such a strong group of Men's Elite racers who have attacked from the gun and battled for race wins on all fronts around Northern California. Karen Brems(Webcor) leads the Elite Women's rankings, and this is well earned. Brems has had a break-out year of Cyclocross racing and has placed herself on the sharp end of the Elite Women's races at seemingly every event she has entered. A complete report on the final B.A.R. Rankings will be logged after the last race of the 2009-10 Cross season. Here are the updated totals thanks to the great spreadsheet work from Taleo Racings Joe Miller- http://sites.google.com/site/barncnca2009/current-results. The Surf City Series, The Sacramento Series, The CCCX Series, and The Santa Rosa Series, all host their final races to finish out the season over the next few weeks. I hope many of the Nor-Cal racers make at least a few showings to support these great events and take part in the Peak Season for Cyclocross in Northern California...

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

any word on where the Surf City final will take place?

1/4/10, 4:04 PM  
Blogger Dusty Downs said...

No Word Yet
still waitng for a e mail back regarding the location..........

1/4/10, 7:56 PM  
Blogger Dusty Downs said...

surf city race will be held at aptos high school

1/5/10, 1:31 PM  

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