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Ed Rudolph Northbrook Velodrome Website

 

 

Track racing in Illinois

Sponsored by Cycling Made Real & Fuji Cycles

Cycling Made Real & Fuji Bicycles donate frame for women cyclists

Cycling Made Real and Fuji have created a participation program to increase women’s interest in track bike racing.  The program is aimed toward category 4 women racers.  Racers   accumulate points by participating in track bike races and clinics held at the Ed Rudolph Velodrome.  There is no cost to enroll in the program as category 4 women racers will be tracked and points standings will be announced weekly via the Ed Rudolph Velodrome website.

 The woman with the most accumulated points from June 1, 2006 to September 3, 2006 wins the Fuji Pro track frame.  The frame is valued at $900.00

A full program offering can be found by visiting www.northbrookvelodrome.org

About the Ed Rudolph Northbrook Velodrome: The newly resurfaced velodrome, located just north of Chicago suburban Village of Northbrook.  Several fundraising efforts helped save the facility.  The velodrome attracts cyclist from multiple states.  (www.northbrookvelodrome.org) 

About Fuji Bicycles:  Fuji has been making bicycles since 1899 and has evolved into the international arena by selling products worldwide in over 36 countries.  The company is recognized for quality, performance and value.   The company is committed to developing cyclists with its support of a number of cycling teams worldwide. (www.fujibikes.com)

About Cycling Made Real:  A grassroots program founded in the early 1990s with the goal of increasing women participation in cycling races.  The organization is the most successful program for recruiting novice women to bicycle racing.  CMR helps make cycling more welcoming to women by organizing entry-level racing series using existing events.  (www.cyclingmadereal.com)

 

 

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