CRCA End of Season Party
You know that feeling where you help plan a big party complete with a beer sponsor and 24-hours before-hand you find out that your liquor permit fell through so it will be a dry affair? Well we do what that feels like because that is precisely what happened with the 2018 CRCA end of season party.
But the good news is that when you’re one of the oldest and largest cycling clubs in the country members will still turn out to celebrate, even if the party is taking place in the midst of the first snowstorm of the season. And so before turning an eye to the season ahead, the CRCA community came together last night to celebrate the year that was - including a few award winners in particular:
CRCA 2018 Award Winners
Jim Boyd Cup
Allan Rego, Jamison Capital - Cannondale
Erica Adelberg, Radical Media
Elite Men: Foundation
Elite Women: Dave Jordan Racing
Michael Sambrano, GF Capital/H&E Enterprise
B Field Competitions
Team: NYCC Racing p/b BGC Partners
B Series Leader: Romain Leidelinger, Rapha Cycling Club
A Field: Josh Noggle, RBNY Racing
W Field: Lucia Deng, CityMD Women’s Racing
M40+: Justin Inglis, Talent Cycles
M50+: Michael Sambrano, GF Capital/H&E Enterprise
Most Improved Riders:
Lucia Deng, CityMD Women’s Racing
Josh Noggle, RBNY Racing
Celebrating the season that was with our fellow CRCA club members at the end-of-season party and awards presentation
With the year winding down it was officially time for the CRCA End of Season Party and the Roller Races to benefit CRCDF.
As part of the buildup to this weekend's CRCA New Rider Clinic the club hosted an information session at the Rapha Store. We were there as CRCA sub-team members provided a brief guide to racing in New York City.
To Be Determined attended the annual CRCA New Member Orientation session at the Rapha Store in SoHo where CRCA Board Members introduced new members to all of the Club's activities.
The squad recently helped host the CRCA Race Clinic Information Session at the Rapha store where Tim Willis provided guidance for new racers looking to get their start in the sport.