Prestige Women's Series 2006
Registrations now open
Registration has now opened for the 2006 Women’s Prestige Cycling Series. The 2006 Series will include three of North America’s most prestigious stage races:
June 14 – 18 : Nature Valley Grand Prix
July 24 – 30 : International Tour de Toona
7 – 10 : CD&P Bermuda Grand Prix
Women’s Prestige Cycling Series has proven to be exceptionally popular
with women’s teams.
It is a focus for the top US professionals, attracting teams like
Webcor Platinum, Colavita Cooking Light, Victory Brewing and TEAm Lipton.
The Series has also provided many regional teams with the opportunity
to take their racing to the national level.
And each year composite teams form specifically to be part of the
addition to the opportunity to showcase their sport in this women-only
Series, many of the participating teams are motivated by the Series’
“brass ring”: a subsidized trip to the Bermuda Grand Prix.
Each year, the top ten teams following the International Tour de
Toona receive free housing and a $2,000 travel grant to attend this premier
race in one of the most popular vacation destinations in the World.
more information on the 2006 Women’s Prestige Cycling Series, or to
download the registration form, visit:
registration deadline is May 1.
the Women’s Prestige Cycling Series
The Women’s Prestige Cycling Series began in 2004 with the goal of highlighting women’s racing by giving them a spotlight that they don’t have to share with the men. The Series grew out of meetings that began in Minnesota in 2003 at the first Yoplait Women’s Cycling Summit Conference hosted at the Nature Valley Grand Prix. The Summits, now sponsored by Yoplait Nouriche, take place twice a year: at the Nature Valley Grand Prix in June and at the Interbike trade show in September.
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