Results at the very bottom of the page.


NOTE everyone Sunday will start together at noon. We will still have 15mi and 20 mi lengths, plus a shorter distance for the kids. 

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 12/12/21 Glorieta CX, Glorieta, NM (NMCX series race) (we will use Sunnyslope if Glorieta is too snowy)
 01/02/22 Hubble CX and Cross Country Run, Albuquerque, NM tent (not part of the NMCX series)
 01/08-9/22 Hays Apple Farm CX and Cross Country Run on 1/9/22, Bosque Farms, NM (NMCX series race)
 03/15/22 Tuesday Races start back up alternating road criteriums at BFP and STMTB :)
 03/25-27/22 Bosque MTB Stage Race, Albuquerque, NM, MTB XC Race (tent)
 05/15/22 Tome Gravel Grinder, Tome, NM,mostly pretty ditchroads with a one little climb, tent
 We may do a couple of MTB XC races in the Sandias in the summer.


 Tuesday Results 2021
 Tuesday Results 2020
 Weekend Event Results 2021 work in progress
 All other Results work in progress


Note we have changed the Saturday course up a bit and taken out the steep sandy downhill and replaced it with a less steep option. I also tweaked the course a little more to avoid a couple of hard sections.  I estimate lap times of 14-16 minutes. A new GPS with the changes is below with the course map. 






2022 Bosque MTB Stage Race

Bosque is a Spanish term for "a wood," which, in Albuquerque, means all the cottonwood forests near the river. Mountain bikers have been riding the bosque as long as there have been mountain bikes, and is is kind of a unique terrain for this part of the world, with the twisty trails through the forest. I tried to pick the twistiest and most technical trails I could find, to make a course that favors MTBs over CX/gravel bikes as much as possible. (You can ride your CX/gravel bike if you want.) Probably the ideal machine is a rigid fork hardtail MTB with about 2.1 tires, but there are sections where the suspension feels nice. Preride the area if you can. 

2/25/2022 Friday Night Prologue TT about 5mi
eastside bosque north of Rio Bravo (one lap of the Sunday Course, probably backwards) Pretty much flat with some very tight sections and some fast sweeping corner sections. This is one of the classic Bosque trails. You have probably ridden some of it before. First rider will go off at 6PM. One minute intervals. Start times will be posted here by midnight Thursday 3/24. We will go lower categories first with pros last but, if you are coming from out of town and would ilke to request a late start time Friday night, we will try to accomodate you. Last rider off will be about 7:05PM.

3/26//2022
Atricso Circuit (also NMORS race), 12-21 miles westside bosque north of Central. ~3mi circuit with a little climb and a sandy descent. A mix of tight twisty trails and open sweepy trails, with a little dirt road bit. About 80ft of climbing per lap as per my GPS. 

3/27/2022 Rio Bravo Circuit 15-20mi
eastside bosque north of Rio Bravo, pretty much flat with some very tight sections and some fast sweeping corner sections. This is one of hte classic Bosque trails.You have probably ridden some of it before.

More course info below. 


There will be a First Time/Beginner Race at 10:00AM on Saturday 3/26. This is intended for riders who would just like to try out a race, and who have little or no race experience. Course will avoid some of the harder sections. particularly the climb and downhill. Adult men with a current USAC Cat 3 license will do the normal course with the second wave on Sat. There is no women's or -19 First time/Beginner race because the Cat 3 women and beginner -19s do the easier course anyway, just sign up for Cat 3.



Categories/scoring:

Due to the large number of categories this is a bit long. There may be some slight tweaks to this later.

For the NMORS race Saturday 3/26:
We will score all NMORS categories (for series points) and some new junior categories to accommodate school age racers. Note if you are in a school age program, Advanced=Cat1, Intermediate=Cat2, Beginner=Cat3. We will combine categories into three start waves for Saturday, two for Sunday. (Fri is an ITT) 

We will score the following combined groups for stage race general classification:

A men: Men Pro, Cat 1 men & boys 17-18, Cat 2 19-39.
B Men: Cat 2 men 40+ and boys 15-15 and 17-18.    
Women: Pro, Cat 1 14+, Cat 2 16+.  

Stage race scoring will be by points for an omnium general classification. Riders below these categories, for example Cat 3s or some juniors, who wish to do the full stage race, may race race up into these categories. This will not mean your USAC category will change and you have to start doing Cat 2 in all races. We will try to score you for your NMORS category when you finish the laps for the Saturday race, and then you can finish the laps for your stage race category. This may or may not be possible depending on which course your group does. You may have to choose to compete for NMORS points or the stage race overall.  Email me and I will see what we can do.    
To be eligible for the GC you must start at least the Saturday and Sunday stages. On each stage you will get 1 point for starting, 2 points for finishing and 17, 14, 12, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2 points for the top 12 places overall in the three above groups.

Note that all riders will finish on the same lap like in a crit or a cyclocross. So the slower riders in each group will probably do one less lap than the leaders. This is particularly relevant for say a Cat 2 who is 15. Unless you are really fast, you are pretty much guaranteed to just do 15 miles instead of 18, and if you are that fast, you ought to do 18 miles anyway.  Basically we are putting some riders in that race who will probably get lapped in order to give them the chance to race for the GC if they want.     

I had to make some compromises to make this work. There is no perfect solution. We want to try to accommodate everyone as well as we can. The only way I could get my brain around who should be in which group was to make a chart.
Donc, voila. (Thus, here ya go.)  


Saturday



Sunday

10AM 5mi 10AM 10mi 11:30 12mi 11:30 18mi 2pm 21mi 12pm 15mi 12PM 20mi
Women/Girls






Cat 3 10-12 X



X
Cat 3 13-14
X


X
Cat 3 15-16
X


X
Cat 3 17-18
X


X
Cat 3 19-29
X


X
Cat 3 30-39
X


X
Cat 3 40-49
X


X
Cat 3 50-59
X


X
Cat 3 60+
X


X
Cat 2 10-12
X


X
Cat 2 13-14
X


X
Cat 2 15-16


X
X
Cat 2 17-18


X
X
Cat 2 19-29


X
X
Cat 2 30-39


X
X
Cat 2 40-49


X
X
Cat 2 50-59


X
X
Cat 2 60+


X
X
Cat 1 10-12

X

X
Cat 1 13-14

X

X
Cat 1 15-16


X
X
Cat 1 17-18


X
X
Cat 1 19-29


X
X
Cat 1 30-39


X
X
Cat 1 40-49


X
X
Cat 1 50-59


X
X
Cat 1 60+


X
X
Pro


X
X
SS


X
X









Saturday



Sunday

10AM 5mi 10AM 10mi 11:30 12mi 11:30 18mi 2pm 21mi 12PM 15mi 12PM 20mi
Men/Boys






Beginner/First Time
X


X
Cat 3 10-12 X



X
Cat 3 13-14
X


X
Cat 3 15-16
X


X
Cat 3 17-18
X


X
Cat 3 19-29

X

X
Cat 3 30-39

X

X
Cat 3 40-49

X

X
Cat 3 50-59

X

X
Cat 3 60+

X

X
Cat 2 10-12
X


X
Cat 2 13-14

X

X
Cat 2 15-16


X
X
Cat 2 17-18


X
X
Cat 2 19-29



X
X
Cat 2 30-39



X
X
Cat 2 40-49


X

X
Cat 2 50-59


X


Cat 2 60+


X


Cat 1 10-12

X

X
Cat 1 13-14


X
X
Cat 1 15-16


X
X
Cat 1 17-18



X
X
Cat 1 19-29



X
X
Cat 1 30-39



X
X
Cat 1 40-49



X
X
Cat 1 50-59



X
X
Cat 1 60+



X
X
Pro



X
X
SS



X
X

Prizes:
We will have some gift certificates and small prizes for the omnium overall. I am kind of opting for lower entry fees and no prize money. We are not doing prizes for riders who just do Saturday, but they will get NMORS series points. School age riders will win medals for the Saturday race.  

Online Registration:
We will use Google Forms for registration. It does not cost anything to preregister. You can pay online or at the race via cash, check or card. I am not going to charge late fees but please try to sign up by 9PM on Thursday 3/24. I need to figure out how big of a crew I need, and get TT start sheets for Friday.   

Online Registration

List of Registered Riders


Online Donations Note that you click "DONATE" to pay. Square glitch. 

Entry Fees:
Stage Race $90, under 23 $45, under 19 $30.
Sat and Sun only $70, under 23 $30, under 19 $20.
Sat (NMORS) only $40, under 23 $20, under 19 $10.
Sun only $35, under 23 $18, under 19 $10.
Fri only $30, under 23 $15, under 19 $10.

Weather:
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.

Contact: Hawke Morgan at 505.259.6885 call or text. Email: hawke@bcdracing.com

General Info:
Not USAC sacntioned, and USAC licenses, annual or one day, are not required. Helmets are required. Aside from unrestricted feeding of riders, and allowing spare wheels and technical support at the start finish, this race will be run under USAC MTB race rules.

Stage 1 & 3 Rio Bravo Bosque Circuit about 4mi
Parking on the west side of the River north and south of Rio Bravo Blvd, best accessed via Poco Loco St, just east of the river. Main parking area is called the Rio Bravo Riverside Picnic Area. Google Maps Placemark. GPS Track. Course is pretty clean as of 3/7/22.  Stage 1 TT will go CW and Stage 3 circuit race will go CCW.  Stage 1 ITT will probably take 16-22 minutes, depending on how fast your bike goes. First rider will go off at 6PM. One minute intervals. Start times will be posted here the day before. For the circuit we will start on the levee road about 1/4mi north of the finish so that we do not have all the riders going into the singletrack in an uncivilized manner. MTB starts should be civilized.   




Stage 2 Atrisco Circuit, about 3 mi.

Park in the dirt lot north of Central Av just west of the river. Google Maps Placemark. GPS Track. (Revised 3/21/22) very slightly different from the map below.  The course is pretty clean as of 3/21/22



Overalll results.  I will get these separated into age groups Sunday or maybe Monday

10:00:00 AM 5mi



Salabye Dylan Silver Stallion Bikes Tsaile, AZ Women/girls Cat 3 10-12






10:00:00 AM 7.5mi



Yazzie Kaiden Silver Stallion Bikes Gallup l, NM Men/boys Cat 2 10-12
Salabye Morgan Silver Stallion Bikes Tsaile, AZ Women/girls Cat 3 13-14
Barker Kyle Goatheads Albuquerque, NM Men/boys Cat 3 13-14






11:30:00 AM 12mi



Lee Daniel
Albuquerque Men/boys Cat 3 40-49
Phillips Daniel Silver Stallion Bikes
Men/boys Cat 2 13-14
Webb Todd
Rio Rancho NM Men/boys Cat 3 50-59






11:30:00 AM 18mi



Men




McGibbon Chris
NM Men/boys Cat 2 40-49
Martin Ryan
Tijeras, NM Men/boys Cat 2 40-49
Johns Jackson ABQ Goatheads Albuquerque NM Men/boys Cat 1 15-16
Martin Hans ABQ Goatheads Tijeras, NM Men/boys Cat 2 17-18
John Randy Warrior Up Albuquerque NM Men/boys Cat 2 40-49
Haynes Dal Native Cycling Albuquerque Men/boys Cat 2 50-59
Panozzo Marcus
Albuqeurque NM Men/boys Cat 2 50-59
Roddy Pat Echelon Racing


Francis Orion Goatheads Tijeras, NM Men/boys Cat 2 17-18
Cook Kenneth Goatheads Albuquerque NM Men/boys Cat 2 15-16
Sylvester Anthony
Albuquerque, NM Men/boys Cat 2 15-16
David Siegel None Los Ranchos New Mexico Men/boys Cat 2 60-69
Schornack Jeff None Rio Rancho, Men/boys Cat 2 60-69
Dobesh Duane
Placitas Men/boys Cat 2 60-69






Women




Lundahl Ella Rocket Grrrl Albuquerque, NM Women/girls Cat 1 17-18
Ross Beth
Tijeras, NM Women/girls Cat 1 40-49
Bear Kim Spokettes Santa Fe Women/girls Cat 1 60-69
Martin Greta ABQ Goatheads Tijeras, NM Women/girls Cat 2 15-16
Claw Eudora
Albuquerque, NM Women/girls Cat 2 19-39






2pm 21mi




Dowling William
Durango, Colorado Men Pro n/a
Lundahl Anders ABQ Goatheads Albuquerque, NM Men Cat 1 40-49
Harris Mick Bikeworks ABQ NM Men/boys Cat 1 50-59
Chavez Dennis Echelon Racing Rio Rancho Men/boys Cat 1 40-49
Jordan David Sport Systems 505 Cycling Albuquerque Men/boys Cat 1 50-59
Morgan Hawke Team Cross Los Padillas, NM Men Cat 1 50-59
Bear Jan Team Santa Fe Santa Fe Men/boys Cat 1 60-69
Tyldesley Jim Los Alamos MTB Los Alamos, New Mexico Men/boys Cat 1 50-59
Parmenides Orpinel High Desert Bycicle Albuquerque, NM Men/boys Cat 1 40-49
Chavez Seth LCHS MTB Club Placitas, NM Men/boys Cat 1 17-18
Tyldesley James Los Alamos MTB Los Alamos Men/boys Cat 1 17-18

General Classification as of Sat PM

women overall







Friday TT
Sat XC



placing finishing placing finishing
Ross Beth 17 3 14 3 37
Bear Kim 14 3 12 3 32
Claw Eudora 12 3 9 3 27
Lundahl Ella 0 0 17 3 20
Martin Greta 0 0 10 3 13














men A overall







Friday TT
Sat XC



placing finishing placing finishing
Harris Mick 17 3 12 3 35
Bear Jan 14 3 7 3 27
Morgan Hawke 12 3 8 3 26
Dowling William 0 0 17 3 20
Lundahl Anders 0 0 14 3 17
Chavez Dennis 0 0 10 3 13
Jordan David 0 0 9 3 12
Tyldesley Jim 0 0 6 3 9
Parmenides Orpinel 0 0 5 3 8
Chavez Seth 0 0 4 3 7
Tyldesley James 0 0 3 3 6







men B overall







Friday TT
Sat XC



placing finishing placing finishing
McGibbon Chris 17 3 17 3 40
John Randy 9 3 14 3 29
Martin Ryan 14 3 0 0 17
Johns Jackson 12 3 0 0 15
Martin Hans 10 3 0 0 13
Haynes Dal 8 3 0 0 11
Panozzo Marcus 7 3 0 0 10
Roddy Pat 6 3 0 0 9
Francis Orion 5 3 0 0 8
Cook Kenneth 4 3 0 0 7
Sylvester Anthony 3 3 0 0 6
David Siegel 2 3 0 0 5
Schornack Jeff 1 3 0 0 4
Dobesh Duane 0 3 0 0 3




BCD Racing Course Marking Conventions

Red and green pinflags will always be red-right and green-left. These will mark either side of the course. Always go between them with red on the right. If you start seeing green-right you are probably riding the course backwards. I will occasionally place red and green pinflags on either side of the course if it has been a while since there has been any trail marking. These may not be near any intersection. This is just to let you know that you are still on course.

Orange pinflags show where not to go, and are usually in lines of 3 or more.  They will be used to block off a trail that is not on course.  Do not go in between orange pinflags. Sometimes lines of course tape also show where not to go. Lines of tape and orange pinflags mean the same thing: Do not cross. 

Intersections will be marked with triangular yellow arrows. Also, just beyond the intersection, I will put up at least two sets of red and green disinflation either side of the course. Sometimes there will also be orange pinflags blocking entrances to  roads/trails not on course. 

Always default to the more trafficked trail or road. If you are on a major trail or road, stay on it, and do not get off on any smaller intersecting trails/roads. It is not always possible to mark every possible little trail intersecting a main trail or road.  If the course DOES get off a more trafficked road/trail onto a less trafficked road/trail, there will always be some marking indicating this. 





Anyone signing up late will start after 6:10PM.