I really missed Manchester last summer. As a "sometimes" racer (masters, but started too old to be any good, not that I would have been any good anyway) I really enjoyed those races. They gave me a chance to push myself a bit, and several of the guys from CVC were always ready to lend advice (and even the occasional push) while I was struggling to hang with the "B" pack.big game said:
Training crits are generally a lot more informal than the big weekend races. Most (including the ones under discussion) are run weekly for several months, and draw a more local crowd than the weekend races do. Entry fees are lower. There are no full category distinctions; rather, there's usually an "A" race and a "B" race, and the riders are allowed to segregate themselves, though the organizers usually try to keep 1-2-3 riders from sandbagging in the B race.CC09 said:what exactly is a training crit series...btw?
for the bethel one is same day registration cool/availible/normal?