Thank you to everybody that was a part of Sunday’s event by volunteering, participating, or spectating. Several did all three! I’m a bit tired and still catching up from the weekend, so I’ll leave you with the bare essentials from the event a little below this.
Our monthly club meeting is a great way to meet other club members. Join us tomorrow night at 7p at Lucha Cantina to learn more about a collective for endurance events in the region and discuss group training for the upcoming season (yes, it’s coming soon).
The Pactimo store will be open soon to get our new club gear in before the first multisport events of the year. Watch your email and Facebook.
I’m probably forgetting something. Or multiple somethings. Have a great week!
Check out Dr. Joe Frost of Frost Family Pet Clinic (voted best veterinarian clinic in Rockford for the last several years) if you have any cute animals at home needing care. He’s our veterinarian and his clinic does a great job.
The next race is at Alpine Hills. It’s a snow park, golf course, and zip line location….which means there’s some elevation. It’s a stunning park and especially more so for being right at the corner of E. State and Alpine. There’s a patio area that overlooks the entire park and is great for spectating. We’re also spoiled by a paved parking lot and actual bathrooms. There’s still a massive snowpile from the tubing hill, so expect that to be included somehow in the race.
Get signed up! The second race of the day is only $10 and your third race of the day is free with code “DEADLEGS” during checkout. Prices go up $5 for day-of registration, so please get signed up online before that Saturday.
Follow @ScrewCityCX on Twitter and Instagram for live updates!
Local Cycling Related Events
Club member Ryan Satterlee made a big list of most of local bike related events for 2019. You should check it out at http://nicyc.com/.
Rock River Multisport is a non-profit club based in the Rock River Region of Northern Illinois. RRM is built by endurance focused athletes of all skill levels.
RRM focuses on creating a community for collaborative training and mentorship and seeks to promote healthy lifestyles through local opportunities for its members to train and race with a supportive group of like-minded individuals.
We pair athletes together for training and racing opportunities and seek sponsors and local partner affiliations to help our athletes make and achieve their athletic goals in a number of endurance sports (swimming, running, cycling, triathlon, x-country skiing, endurance racing, inline skating, etc.).
Most importantly of all, we want to create a fun atmosphere for people who are interested in sharing what it takes to compete in endurance sports and enjoy life.
While predominately a social club, expect to see exciting training and racing events in areas currently missing from the area!
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