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Hey all, there was some question about this earlier in the year but here is official word. I'm helping out with the organization this year so feel free to PM me any questions and I really hope that those of you in the Durham, NH area can make it. Bikereg will be up but you are better off registering day of since we won't charge a day of fee. Also, anyone in the area that wants to ride over there and plan out a sweet new course-let me know.

UNH Cycling Presents:
Kingman Farm Cyclocross Training Series

About the Series:
This year we will be running five weeks of training series races every Wednesday night at Kingman Farm. Everyone is encourage to participate in the event. Mountain bikes are absolutely welcome at the races!

The Schedule:
“B” Race goes off promptly at 5:00 and lasts 30 minutes
“A” Race goes off promptly at 5:35 and lasts 45 minutes

The first race will be Wednesday September 8th, and follow for five weeks (that means races fall on September 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th and October 6th)

Entry Fees:
ENTRY FEES ARE ONLY $5! Adding the extra race is only $3 dollars. We also offer the complete series package, all 5 races for just $20! It’s a buy 4 get 1 free sort of deal! That’s a lot of ‘cross for not a lot of money. All proceeds from the race benefit the UNH Cycling Team (a worthwhile cause).

Rules and Other Things to Know:
- We are NOT a USAC sanctioned event. All normal rules of cyclocross still apply.
- NO DOGS AT THE VENUE.
- All riders must sign waivers before competing.

Directions:
From the North/South:
From I 95 take the Spaulding Turnpike North to Exit 8W (Madbury/Route 155). Follow Rt 155 for three miles. There will be signs indicating a right turn on to an access road off of a small dirt parking lot.
From Durham:
Take Madbury Road to the intersection of Rt 4. At the set of lights, go straight through, crossing Rt 4. This will intersect with Rt 155. Take a right onto 155, and about a mile later take a left turn into Kingman Farm.
From the East and West
Take Rt 4 to the intersection with Madbury Road. (from the East, take a right and from the West take a left) and then follow the directions from Durham.

For more information about the event, please contact me or Stephanie White at [email protected]

Thank You to: La Festa Brick and Brew
 

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Hey great job getting that together. I wish you were closer, I live in midcoast Maine (Hope) but would love to learn cyclocross. I may pm you later in the year and see how things went and lessons learned. I think there is a place for this kind of racing in several areas in the northeast.
 
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