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2016 Spoke-N-Cross Cyclocross Race Series

Race Poster

Spoke-N-Cross 2013
2015 Spoke-N-Sport Cyclocross
w/ Queen City Cycling and ClubFAB
Sherman Park CX
Saturday, Sept 19 - Upper Sherman Park - 22nd Street and Kiwanis
Registration:  USA Cycling
Elmwood Forest CX
Saturday and Sunday, Oct 24 - 25 - Elmwood Park - 2601 Russel St.
South Dakota State CX Championships
Saturday, Nov. 14 - Tuthill Park - 3500 Cliff Ave.
Registration:  USA Cycling (opens 10/13)
Fat Bike Race
Saturday, Nov 14th - Tuthill Park - 3500 Cliff Ave
Registration: USA Cycling Registraion
Race Starts at the end of the cyclocross races.  If you want to borrow a fat bike contact us.

Schedule for All Races

11:00 am: Junior Clinics / Practice session
11:30 am: Course open for warm ups
Noon: Men Cat 3/4; Women Cat 1/2/3/4; Masters 40+
1:00 pm: Juniors 10 - 13; Juniors 14 - 17 (separate scoring for boys and girls in each category)
1:30 pm: Kids Races
2:00 pm: Men Cat 1/2/3/4
3:15 pm: Men Cat 5 Beginners; Women Cat 3/4
3:45 pm: Fat Bike Race (Oct 24 and Nov 14 Only)

(Schedule subject to modification)

Severe Weather:  We will be keeping our eyes on the weather.  If the event needs to be canceled we will post it on Facebook, and Twitter.  We will also shoot out a mass email to those that are registered.

Volunteers:  We are looking for volunteers to help with registration, counting laps, and setup.  Please call 605-275-2453 and talk to Owen about volunteering or go HERE.

*After the cyclocross race we will take down the barriers and have a 20 minute fat bike race on the same course.  Fat bikes need to have a 3" tire or wider to be classified as a fat bike.  We will have a fleet of 6 fat bikes to use the day of.


Why Cyclocross in Sioux Falls?

We want cycling to continue year round or at least as year round as possible. This is just one more way to enjoy cycling.

What kind of bike do i need?

You can ride any bike in this race. Mountain bikes and hybrid bikes are welcome. If your kids have BMX bikes, those are welcome too. We want this to be for everyone.

What race should I be in?

If you have a cyclocross bike then odds are you should be in the "A" race. If you can go out and ride 30-50 miles on a weekend and have fun doing it then you should be in the "A" race. If you are new to cycling or riding offroad, give the "B" race a try. If you like it, do the "A" race next year.

Do I have to wear a helmet?

Yes you do. We know you are a good rider but we aren't so sure about the guy next to you. You look better in a helmet.

What if I can't keep riding after 10 minutes?

Stop. You tried harder than the 164,957 citizens that didn't come out and try. It's about the fun. If you aren't having fun. Find another way to have fun. I suggest yelling and encouraging the other riders on the course.

Additional Info:

Introduction to Cyclocross [link]

Cyclocross Skills 101 [link]


Sept 19:  Sherman Park


Pictures (Public Facebook Photo Album)

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