Oregon State Time Trial Championships
FIAC National Time Trial Championships
May 21, 2005
|TIME: Entry and rider check-in opens 9:00 am and closes at 10:30 am. First team off at 11:00 am. Teams may be of three or four riders, third rider across the finish line stops the clock.
LOCATION: Verdure, Oregon. From I-5, approx 4 miles South of Albany, take Exit 228, Hwy 34 toward Corvallis. Turn Left on Hinck Road, approximately 4 miles from freeway. Turn right on Tangent Drive, proceed 1 mile to parking at seed warehouse on left hand side of the road at railroad crossing.
COURSE: Flat, approximately 7 mile loop on good roads. Please do not warm up on course.
Senior Men 42 miles 6 laps OBRA and FIAC Medals, FIAC Jerseys Senior Women 35 miles 5 laps OBRA and FIAC Medals, FIAC Jerseys Cat 3 Men 35 miles 5 laps OBRA Medals Cat 4/5 Men 28 miles 4 laps OBRA Medals Cat 3 Women 28 miles 4 laps OBRA Medals Cat 4 Women 21 miles 3 laps OBRA Medals Mst Wmn 120-159* 21 miles 3 laps OBRA Medals Mst Wmn 160-199* 21 miles 3 laps OBRA Medals Mst Wmn 200+* 21 miles 3 laps OBRA Medals Mst Men 120-159* 28 miles 4 laps OBRA Medals Mst Men 160-199* 28 miles 4 laps OBRA Medals Mst Men 200+* 21 miles 3 laps OBRA Medals Junior Men 21 miles 3 laps OBRA Medals Junior Women 21 miles 3 laps OBRA Medals
ENTRY FEE: $60 per team, $35 junior teams
Annual memberships available on site for $20.00
Make checks payable to Capitol Velo
Mail entry fees and standard releases and rider names to:
2225 NW 27th St.
Corvallis, Or 97330
PRIZES: Medals go to OBRA or FIAC annual members.
Something I remember about Keren and Kevin: Keren dropped back from the pack at PIR to console a friend of ours who was doing her first race. She rode with her continuing to console and coach her. Our friend Val thought this was the most unselfish nicest person she'd met in a long time. Keren had one of the most beautiful smiles of any racer in the state and it seemed she wore it often. Kevin was the most passionate person I've ever met. This showed in everything he did, work, life, cycling, go cart racing and brewing beer. He was always adamantly reminding us that we were ambassadors of cycling and should ride the highways as such and not as if they were our personal race courses. They were both great resources to their clubs and state and are sorely missed.