With the spring race season in full swing, KCA President Curt Shelman gives a good explanation of the KCA’s relationship with USA Cycling, and the business side of being a tax-exempt organization. | More |
Courtesy Boulevard Brewing, Team GP-VeloTek, The Lanterne Rouge, and
Revolution Racing have teamed up to offer reduced-price
racing for Cat. 4 Women at all Revolution Racing events. With this coupon, category 4 women receive
$6 off at any of the Revolution Racing Events.
Recently the KCA asked the clubs and riders for donations for purchasing
computer equipment. We have received $1245.00 from over 30 donors
so far. The computers are being used at KCA races for registration,
scoring and results that can be seen in action at local races.
Many thanks to the clubs and individuals who sent a contribution.
If you’re interested in becoming an official (and isn’t everyone?),
consider participating in the upcoming clinic, to be held by KCA
Officials Coordinator Thom Leonard on Saturday, April 16, 2005
from 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm at Star Signs and Graphics, 801 East 9th St.
Races don’t go without officials, so please consider this opportunity to
give back to the sport. The clinic is free to KS residents.
Here are the complete minutes of the KCA Board meeting March 5, 2005.
Because of a conflict with the USCF National Championships this year,
the Kansas state junior criterium and road race championships
will not be held June 18-19, but instead will be held in conjunction
with other races. The Road Race Championships will be held May
7 at the El Dorado Circuit Race near Wichita. The criterium championship
will be held July 3 at the Firecracker 500 in Lawrence.
Kansas native Scott Moninger (Healthnet/Maxxis) takes the overall in a Healthnet sweep of the overall top 3 for Pro/1/2. | More |
The Kansas Omnium recognizes the rider with the best combined results in the State Championship road race, criterium, and time trial. To be eligible for the Omnium title, competitors must participate in all three Kansas State Championship events and be an annual USCF license holder and Kansas resident.
This years winners will receive a Champions’s Plaque to be presented at the Firecracker 500 Criterium on July 4.
Ron Wade, Director of Junior Development for Oz Racing Team, provided this first hand account of the junior events held at the VeloTek Gran Prix (results)on May 1-2, 2004. The 2004 Lance Armstrong Junior Olympic Race Series (LAJORS) event drew a strong field of younger riders from several states and was the biggest junior race in Kansas that anyone can remember. | More |
Complete minutes from the annual meeting held on March 6 2004.