Chilkoot Velo Cyclocross Race at Jackson Meadow: October 5th, Sunday

The Fun-Power-Meter is ramping up up up as we are getting ever closer to October 5th, the Jackson Meadow Cyclocross race! Chilkoot Velo is working hard behind and in front of the curtain to bring the riders and spectators a great show.
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The race course is on the City of Marine Trail system surrounding the very architecturally unique Jackson Meadow community. There is a mixture of well-marked, wide and relatively smooth grassy ski/hiking paths, plus blacktopped roads. Paved bicycle paths parallel much of the course, so bring along the kids to watch and to race.

Dramatic racing under a dramatic Midwest sky

RACE DETAILS
This event is held under a USA Cycling event permit, requiring participant to hold a USAC Racing License. 2014 Race Flyer to be posted soon.

One-day licenses are available on-site at registration for $10. However, all Junior riders will be free of charge. Registration opens at 8:30, and the first field of Men goes off at 10:00. Here is the breakdown of fun:
8:30 AM- Registration Oopens
9:00 Pre-ride fun!
10:00 First racers off, see flyer for full details.
3:15- last race of the day starts. See the map below for where they will be winding!




Directions to the race:
Jackson Meadow is tucked behind Marine on Saint Croix, east of the scenic St Croix river.
The address for your gps searches is Oprey Lane, Marine on St Croix, MN 55047.
From Marine -- West on Hwy 4 from Hwy 95 (1/2 mi); stay straight west on Broadway when Hwy 4 turns north (1/2 mi); south on Broadway (1/2 mi). From Twin Cities -- East on Hwy 36 from 494/694 (5 mi); north on Hwy 15/Manning (18 mi.); east on Hwy 4 (3 mi); east on Old Guslander (gravel 1 mi); south on Broadway (1/2mi).







Last year's 2013 Action Pic's:












Thanks to all the competitors and volunteers that made the 2013 a great race. The shorter course, pinwheel, gravel path section, great music and great food made for a fantastic day. The race also benefited the Jackson Meadow Trail system. To date, Chilkoot Velo has donated over $2,000.






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Calvin Jones,
Sep 20, 2014, 3:52 PM
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