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2013 WNYMBA Racing

With the 2013 race season starting just after the holidays with the 2nd annual Winterfest Race in late January, I thought some discussions about racing/riding would be nice since the weather is not cooperating for riding.  To start it off, slower_than_u has written an article about passing, which touches on general race etiquette.  I have also started a new topic in the forums HERE, where anyone can go in and post a comment or question.

WNYMBA Wednesday Nite Sprague Brook Fall Series

Racers came out to brave the elements at WNYMBA's last race of the year.  Thanks again to everyone who came out.  If you enjoyed this years' races wait to you see what we have planned for 2013.  Stay tuned for details!

Go to THIS THREAD in our forums for info and any updates or if you want to ask a question or comment.

RACE #1 RESULTS / RACE #2 RESULTS / SERIES #1 WINNERS

RACE #3 RESULTS / RACE #4 RESULTS / SERIES #2 WINNERS

Results provided by Webscorer - an easy-to-use platform for race registration, race timing and race results.

 

SINGLE TRACK STAMPEDE III RESULTS

 

What a beautiful weekend for a mountain bike festival.  A great day on Saturday with all kinds of activities, the kid's race, riding and hanging out.  Topping it off on Sunday with a race.  The final results have been updated and finalized.  Thanks again to all who came out!

SINGLE TRACK STAMPEDE III

 

See the race results on Webscorer

Webscorer - race registration,
race timing, race results


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