California Grand Prix
California, PA
08/17/2013
USAC Permit Number 2013-2858
 
 Event Description
California Grand Prix - ACS #4 Presented by West Liberty Cycles

 Course Description
Course Info: Traditional four corner criterium (four 90 degree turns). The streets of California offer wide roads, long straightaways and a great road surface!
 
08/17/2013
 Start Time   Gender   Discpline   Category   Age   Prizes   Places   Length   Field  Fee  Late Fee  Onsite Fee 
1:00  Mens  Criterium  Masters Cat 2/3/4/5  40 - 49  Cash ($150.00)  5 45 Mins  50   $25 $35 $35
1:00  Mens  Criterium  Masters Cat 2/3/4/5  50 - 99  Cash ($150.00)  5 45 Mins  50   $25 $35 $35
11:15 am  Mens  Criterium  Cat 4/5    Prizes 5 Deep  5 30 Mins  50   $25 $35 $35
12:00  Womens  Criterium  Cat 1/2/3    Cash ($200)  5 45 Mins  50   $25 $35 $35
12:00  Womens  Criterium  Cat 3/4    Prizes  5 45 Mins  50   $25 $35 $35
12:00  Open  Criterium  Juniors Cat 3/4/5  UNder 19  Prizes  5 45 Mins  50   $25 $35 $35
2:00 pm  Mens  Criterium  Cat 1/2/3    Cash ($250.00)  5 60 Mins  75   $25 $35 $35
3:15 pm  Mens  Criterium  Cat 3/4    Cash ($200.00)  5 45 Mins  75   $25 $35 $35

 Registration
Preregister/Registration on Bikereg.com for only $25. Race day registration will be $35 and will open at 8:00AM. USAC License required for all riders. One-day Licenses can be purchased at the event for $10 for rider that do not hold a USAC Annual racing license. Second race only $15.00! Race day registration opens at 8:00 AM

 Notes
Race Series: This race is the final round of the ABRA Criterium Race Series. Points won from this race will apply toward the series championship. Series awards to take place after the race concludes.

 Directions
Race Address: California Municipal Building 225 Third Street California, PA 15419

 For More Information:
William "JR" Petsko
225 Third Street
California, PA
www.ABRAracing.com
Online registration
 
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