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Lower Providence Criterium: 4/23/05, Sarah Charlesworth

Sunday morning I woke up before the crack of dawn (5am to be precise), to get myself to the Lower Providence criterium. It was damp and very chilly outside. I drove to Lower Providence Crit course, as I wasn’t sure I’d be able to find it on my bike. It was still a little tricky to find, so I only had about 50 min before start time by the time I parked.

Jon Royal: Race Report from Regionals

Midwest Conference Regional Championships were heldthis weekend and boy did Marian College clean up. Itall started with the Team Time Trial in which we won.It was pretty wild, we showed up to the line about aminute and a half before our start, not really knowingwhat was going on and not having talked to each otherbefore the thing started.

Philadelphia 2-Day: Mike Attie Reporting

Dates: 4/9-4/10 -- Riders Present: Mike Attie(author) , Tucker Brown, Rich Kloslinski, Mike Koons, Mark Nielson, Neal Stansbury

The Philadelphia 2-Day consists of 2 races, the first a flat 50 mile circuit race, the second a bumpy 40 mile crit. Our plan was to do our best to control the race, making sure we always had at least one rider in any break.

This is Why We Are So Serious, by Chris Wilson

The following is an update of Chris Wilson, a member of the TSV Espoir Team. Chris is currently living at the Cycling Center in Belgium racing for the ABC-Aitos Team:

Well I am typing with one hand. And I guess I should come out and say it... I had a very scary crash yesterday.

Chris Wilson reports from Belgium

Christopher Wilson - Tri State Velo Espoir
Cycling Center – Bio Racer Espoir
Thursday March 24, 2005 - Journal Entry One
Dear Diary,

Chris Wilson Update From Belgium

The following is an update of Chris Wilson, a member of the TSV Espoir Team. Chris is currently living at the Cycling Center in Belgium racing for the ABC-Aitos Team:

Philly 2-Day by Maria Collazo

Philadelphia, PA Race Dates: April 9th & 10th: The Philly 2-Day was held as an omnium weekend. For most of us, this outing was our first race of the season. After having not race since last summer, this was the weekend to work out some kinks and rediscover racing, recover our racing legs and rediscover racing as a group.

TSV Elite/Espoir Men's Team Update by Mike Attie

The season has barely started for some of us, but the TSV Elite/Espoir team has already picked up some impressive results. Many of our riders are now competing for their collegiate teams. Riding for Marian College, Jon Royal won the criterium and placed 4th in the road race at Lindsey Wilson College. While racing in TSV colors he also got an impressive 4th in the Hueston Forest Road Race.

2005 Tri-State Velo Elite/Espoir Team Roster The Tri-State Velo Elite/Espoir team is back for 2005.

2005 Tri-State Velo Elite/Espoir Team Roster The Tri-State Velo Elite/Espoir team is back for 2005. The Tri-State Velo Elite/Espoir team is back for 2005. This year we are keeping our core roster and bringing on a few more riders. The goal for 2005 remains the same: to further develop young riders into competitive elite racers.

Ronde Mullica Race Report by Susan Duff

Ronde Van Mullica Sunday, April 3, 2005-- This was my first race of the ’05 season. Sarah Charlesworth and I represented Tri-State Velo in a field of about 15 (not really sure). I had all of the usual first race anxiety (”Have I done enough miles/intervals/etc…”), compounded by some knee pain that I was trying to resolve.

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