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Congrats to KBCXR/KBAR Winners

To all winners hopefully you received an email from me last week.  If you are a first time winner please email me (dromisch@gmail.com) your jersey size for the jersey you won   David Romisch

 

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Revised Final KBCXR/T Results

See revised results

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KBCXT 20151121

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Final KBCXR/T Results

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KBCXT 20151117

See attached files for final scoring. If you have a question please contact me at dromisch@gmail.com.

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Update to Leadership message

Turns out that John Wentling and Rob King will not be running for positions next year. With that there will be at least two openings next year on the KCA Board.

If you are interested in running for a position please contact me at dromisch@gmail.com

Thanks!

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Updated KBCXR/T Results

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KBCXT 20151111

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Message I sent to Team Leaders

In case I don’t have your email address and to inform all KCA members I sent the message below via email to all team leaders.   Thanks, David Romisch

KCA Club Leaders:

Thank you for your work in making another great cycling season. Here are a couple of things as we head towards 2016 and a new racing season… Please share with your club members.

1. KCA Hall of Fame. Attached is the nomination form for clubs to submit candidates to induction into the Hall of Fame. Current members of the Hall of Fame are named on the KCA web site. Please submit your nominations by December 1, 2015 to Levon Weaver levon.weaver@gmail.com. Inductees will be honored at the January 2016 Annual Banquet.

2. KCA Board of Directors. Current board members are: Amy Fear, David Romisch, Dean Parker, Joe Fox, John Cichelli, John Wentling, Levon Weaver, and Rob King. In 2016 Joe, Dean,  and Levon will serve the second year of their two year terms. We will have open the Junior representative position next year. Amy, David, John C, and John W complete their two year terms in December. I believe most will be running for election for 2016 but don’t have that confirmed yet. The Bylaws provide for a board of five – nine members. So with that we have room for at least one more Board member if you have someone on your team who would be interested in participating. I am attaching a copy of our Bylaws if you wish to review.

  1. KCA Annual Banquet. Our annual celebration Banquet will be held Sunday evening, January 17, at Maceli’s in Lawrence. KBAR, KBAT, Keen Wealth Cup, KBCXR and KBCXT podium winners will be honored at the banquet. Reservation information will be posted soon on the KCA web site.
  2. 2016 Race Calendar. To start planing for next years race season please send your requested events and dates to Rob King at rob@i5usa.com. We will send out a list of requested dates later this year to start this process.

Finally, thanks for everything you do to make this all happen!

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KCA Hall of Fame

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Attached is the form to request consideration for a KCA member to be inducted into the Hall of Fame.  Current members are on the Hall of Fame History tab of this site.

If you would like to make a nomination please forward your request no later than December 1 to Levon Weaver at levon.weaver@gmail.com

Thanks David Romisch

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Updated KBCXR/T Results

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USAC Youth (6-8) Races v. Kids Races-Which Race Should my Child Enter?

Many of our local races are holding USAC Youth (chronological age of 6-racing age of 8) races and Kids Races.  These races are a great way to introduce your child to the race environment and have fun.  Racers competing in USAC Youth races must hold an annual or one day USAC license.  There may be a fee to enter a Youth Race.  Annual Youth Licenses cost $35; one day licenses cost $15.  These licenses allow race directors the opportunity the help young cyclists grow their passion for bike racing while racing against their peers. Youth license holders can only enter youth races, which must be on closed courses with circuits of no longer than five kilometers. Similar to younger juniors, youth racers are restricted to massed-start legal bikes with no aero equipment.  Kids participating in Kids Races do not need to hold an annual or one day USAC license.  Kids races are non competitive and are for children under the age of ten.  No fee is charged to enter a Kids Race.  Please ask the race day registrar or official if you have questions regarding which race your child should enter.   Posted by Sherri Hahn, shahnsj@aol.com.

 

 

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Updated KBCXR/T Results

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