Here are the results from the 2013 Philadelphia Amateur Time Trial
This weekend Alan Fody, Brett Houser and Brett Wachtendorf competed in the Killington Stage Race in Killington Vermont. The race consisted of 2 road stages and culminated in a Time Trial. Saturday was a 72-mile circuit race on rolling terrain with a high tempo climb about half way through each 18 mile loop. Brett Houser went for an early break about 4 miles in to the race.
Two Tri-State Velo elite team riders have been tapped to race the Parx Casino Philly Cycling Classic on June 2nd.
Here is the final list of start times for the event. Registration opens at 6 AM.Weather looks very good.Please do not park on the exit of the time trial...very important.See you all on Saturday and thanks for coming to our event.Ron Ruggiero
The forecast for the Smoketown Criterium on Saturday was not looking good the whole week with scattered thunderstorms predicted for pretty much the whole day. This has happened for this race before and it is an interesting course in the wet. The course is located in Lancaster County at Smoketown Airport.
Prior to the race weekend Alan had gotten in touch with myself and Pedro regarding who to look out for during the race on Saturday, noting the results of a couple accomplished racers in the field. We were told to look out for Matt Randolph (Shirk's Racing, previously unattached), Dakota Schaeffer (Young Medalists), and Chris Meacham (D3DEVO/AIRGAS). Exchanging a brief correspondence ab
I started the Piscitello Law Great Valley Criterium with the intention of sitting in along with my two temmates John Pressman and Pedro Campos, and wait for the field sprint. The course was notorious for ending in a bunch sprint in the Cat 3 race so I was just going to save my energy.
It was a perfect day for the annual Turkey Hill Country Classic! The Cat 3/4 race counted with the presence of TSV Cat 3 riders Brett Houser, Johnathan Pressman, Alan Fody and myself, among the 100 riders who pre-registered.
This weekend marked the 'traditional' kick off of the PA racing calendar, with the 26th Annual Lower Providence Criterium on tap for Sunday. This day is generally when even the most stubborn warm weather racers will finally say goodbye to winter, and kick off their racing seasons.
The TSV Naval Yard Criterium was back for 2013 with a different course, still a six turn criterium specialist course, but mirror image of the previous year. It was windy like always in the Naval Yard, but by the time the P/1/2 race happened a little after 4pm it was sunny and warm out.