|2018 Lake CX
Part of the New Mexico Cyclocross Series
Sunday, October 21, 2018
12:30PM Master Women 40+,50+,60+, Women cat 4/5, Women SS, Junior Girls, Junior Men B - 30 min - easier course
1:15PM Kids race 10 and under - special abbreviated course
1:40PM Master Men 40+, 50+, 60+, Men SS, Women 1/2/3 - 45 mins - full course
2:40PM Open Men - 60 mins - full course
2:41PM Junior Boys A, Men 4/5 - 45mins - full course
There will be a once per year $5 administrative fee for the first "Hawke Race" you do. Juniors are exempt. This will cover all Hawke Races events until October 2019. Explanation at bottom of this page.
Adults $28. U23 $14, Juniors $0 even if they race adult categories. Day of event registration add $10.
Registration closes 15 mins before each start.
We will use Google Forms for registration. It does not cost anything to preregister/ You will need to pay at the race even if you are preregistered, but all your info will already be entered, and we will have some idea of how many riders to expect. You will also save $10. I have a card reader on my phone so you can pay with a card at the race.
If you are doing 2 races it will be an extra $5 per race.
Registration links will be here when active.
Explanation of junior categories:
Junior Boys A (any age, will start with Men 4/5, but get scored separately)
Junior Girls (any age any age will start in the wave with Womens 4/5 etc, but get scored separately
Junior Boys B (any age will start in the wave with Womens 4/5 etc, but get scored separately, if you dominate Boys B, we will move you to Boys A)
The idea behind this is that some kids are real beginners to racing at 17 and others are pretty experienced at 13. This gives the older beginners a place to start and lets faster younger juniors race the full course.
Course: Course will not conform exactly to modern UCI/USAC standards in that some sections will be narrower than 3 meters. We may also use hurdles in singles or threes instead of pairs and hurdles may be less than 4M apart. Course will also have more running than most NMCX series races. 12:30 start will do an abbreviated easier course, which will be suitabe for beginners. All others will do a longer course.
I tried to lay out the course so that we have a few more sections where you can recover a bit VS last year's course. Course maps will be posted here later.
Race will be at Glorieta Camps which is about 15 miles east of Santa Fe on I-25. It will say I-25 “north” because the interstate goes east and then north. After exiting go left across I-25, then left again to the gate. Follow signs to the staging area. You have to fill out a release form at the gate at Glorieta, so allow some extra time.
These will be insured through bikeraces.org. USAC licenses, annual or one day, are not required. Helmets are required.
We will run these rain or shine, but promoter reserves the right to cancel or move the course in the event of severe inclement weather or other issues. If weather looks dodgy, I make a call if we are on or not at 4PM raceday, this will be posted on the website and to the bike-racers list.
What is this $5 administrative fee business?
Starting in with the 10/2 race, I will be charging a $5 once per year fee for any Hawke Races. So you pay the $5 at the first Hawke Races event and you do and need not do so again until the beginning of my next insurance year, which will be the beginning of October 2019. This will include Tuesday or weekend races.
I buy my insurance per rider per year. So someone who shows up and does NMCX race or one crit costs me about $5. Someone like Eric Mease who does like 20 races, also costs me $5 for all the 20 races he does. My insurance costs went up about 40% this year as I had a lot of riders that just did one event. So instead of raising entry fees, I feel that this system adds a slight incentive for riders who do several of my races. Also I think it is fairer, as it charges the riders in proportion to the way I get billed.
Contact: Hawke Morgan at 505.259.6885 call or text. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
NM cyclocross info is available at the new nmcyclocross.com website.
Also useful is the NM Cyclocross Community FB page.
Any other NM races will now be at nmcycling.org, click here.