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Race 2

Campton Cross in the City of St Charles, Illinois

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Race number 2 of the Chicago Cyclocross Racing series moves to Campton Cross in the City of St Charles, Illinois. The City of St. Charles is located approximately 35 miles west of downtown Chicago. The lead sponsor of this race is Training Bible Coaching. This is the first time that Training Bible Coaching sponsors a cyclocross event.

The course will include a mix of technical grassy sections with a long gravel section for recovery followed by an off camber turn or two. A cement paved climb leading into a short technical grassy section winding around a baseball field into a short two barrier climb. There will also be a super fast three barrier run. The start/finish will be on a nice flat fast section.

LAKE Cycling has agreed to sponsor the junior championship race which will award the series winner with a shoe gift certificate. In addition, LAKE Cycling has also donated podium caps to the winners.

Another recent sponsor to the series is Addidas. Addidas agreed to donate shoes gift certificate for the overall point leaders in the following categories: Masters 35+, Masters 45+, Men Pro 1/2, Men category IV, and Women category IV.

Points will be awarded for each race with the winner of each category receiving an Overall Series Winner jersey presented by Pactimo.

 

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