[NMCycling] NMBRA & Races

David Rutledge via Bike-racers bike-racers at mailman.swcp.com
Fri Feb 24 14:34:28 MST 2017

Thank you NMBRA for your support for racing and for providing a reminder 
for the TRIFECTA in Las Cruces and Hillsboro on March 4th and 5th.

By way of reminder, the last day to register without a late fee is Wed. 
March 1st. 
AND with a late fee March 2nd. Please don't wait for the last minute to 
register it will make your life easier if you just get it done.

And, There will be a packet pick at Outdoor Adventures on Missouri Ave. 
in Las Cruces (http://www.outdooradventures-lc.com/) until 8 p.m. on 
Friday March 3rd.

Next, if you are only racing on Sunday in Hillsboro the packet pick-up 
will be at the community center in town (just ask around) until 9:40 
a.m. The first race starts at ten and we need all race related members 
ready for that first race to start ON TIME.

Thank you all,
David Rutledge

On 2/23/17 9:13 AM, Silvio Menezes via Bike-racers wrote:
> Bike Racers:
>   * Your*NMBRA <http://nmbra.org>* will be holding an election meeting
>     this coming Saturday, 2/25,  starting @ 3:00 PM, @ Sport Systems
>     Community Room.  We will be electing 2 Members at Large positions
>     and 1 Treasure position to join our current board members.  If you
>     are interested in becoming a member of the board I strongly
>     encourage you to show up.  Your *NMBRA <http://nmbra.org>* is
>     going thru a transition period and the new members will be helping
>     finalize it.   Sport Systems is located on *6915 Montgomery Ne,
>     Albuquerque, NM 87109*
>     **
>   * The first *Zia Ride Mt. Bike Event *is coming up this weekend,
>     2/25 in Silver City, NM.  More information visit ZiaRides
>     <http://ZiaRides.com>.
>   * The first road race of the *New Mexico Road Series, The Trifeca
>     Series*,  is coming up on March 4th-5th in Las Cruces, NM.  You
>     can register for the race @ New Mexico Sports On line
>     <http://newmexicosportsonline.com/Cycling/ZiaVelo-Road-TriFecta-Series-2017/55183>.
>   * As you current Road/CX Upgrade Coordinator for New Mexico I would
>     like to encourage all racers that want/need an upgrade to submit
>     your request sooner then later.  It takes me a couple days to
>     complete and depending on how much information and lead I have, it
>     may take longer.  More information can be found @ USAC website
>     <https://www.usacycling.org/road-category-upgrade-guidelines.htm> . 
>     Bellow are the general gidelines
>   * *Category 5 to 4*: Finish 10 mass start races.
>   * *Category 4 to 3*: 20 points; or experience in 25 races with a
>     minimum of 10 top-10 finishes with fields of 30 riders or more; or
>     20 pack finishes with fields over 50. 30 Points in 12 months is a
>     mandatory upgrade.
>       o USA Cycling-sanctioned rider camps and clinics that are
>         approved by the Local Associations for upgrading will count as
>         a maximum of three upgrade points when upgrading from category
>         4 to 3.
>   * *Category 3 to 2*: 30 points; 40 points in 12 months is a
>     mandatory* upgrade
>   * *Category 2 to 1*: 35 points**; 50 points in 12 months is a
>     mandatory* upgrade
>   * Attached to this e-mail you will find a list of Road/Mt
>     Bike/Endurance events for 2017.  This information will be placed
>     in your NMBRA web site soon.  If your are planning an event and
>     you would like to have it listed please contact me off the
>     bike-racers list and I will make sure it will be included. Please
>     note that your event does not need to be sanctioned by USAC to be
>     listed, although I would encourage you to do so due to liability.
> *Thanks....*
> *Silvio Menezes | Sport Systems 505 Cycling <http://505cycling.com>***
> ***New Mexico Bicycle Race Association <http://nmbra.org/> - President*
> ***USAC <http://usacycling.org> Race Director Level C*
> **
> **
> *
> *
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David Rutledge, PhD
New Mexico State University
Co-Department Head
Dept. of Curriculum and Instruction

"The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold
two opposed ideas in the mind at the same time,
and still retain the ability to function."

F. Scott Fitzgerald

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Executive Board Member SITE (Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education)

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