Salida Classic

Salida Classic

Salida, CO

Jul 30, 2011

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Salida Classic

May 09 2011, 8:00 am (Eastern)
Jul 28 2011, 10:00 pm (Eastern)
888-557-4020

Salida 5K Running Race

Jun 06 2011, 8:00 am (Eastern)
Jul 29 2011, 2:00 am (Eastern)
888-557-4020
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7th Annual “Salida Classic”
A 3-Day Cycling Event

(Formerly know as “Salida Omnium”)

COLORAD SENIOR ROAD CHAMPIONSHIP EVENT!

Date:July 29-31, 2011
Prizes: Over $9,000 in cash and merchandise prizes!

Salida is Host City of “Stage 1” Start for the 2011 USA Pro Cycling Challenge!
Friday: Time Trial – 8-mile out and back, 240 feet of elevation, one hill
Saturday: Criterium – 1-mile flat figure-eight course in downtown Salida
Sunday: Road Race - challenging 5.7 mile circuit with approximately 500 feet climbing each lap

Registration:

Registration Headquarters located at Alpine Park (4th and “F” Streets) in downtown Salida. You must pre-register for the Time Trial. Onsite registration is available for the Road Race and Criterium only and CLOSES 1 HOUR PRIOR TO THE START OF EACH RACE. Fees: $105 for entry for all three events (you must sign up for all three when you register online to receive this rate). Multi-race discount of $15 applied after you have confirmed your cart and entered your Credit Card information. Individual event fees: Time Trial $35; Criterium $40 ($50 onsite); $10 for 2nd race in the criterium; and Road Race $45 ($55 on site). Junior Fee: $20 for one event or $45 fee for all three events. Race fees include ACA and insurance fees. One Day ACA license is $10. 5k Running Race (on July 31) fee is $15.

Online registration closes Thursday, July 28, at 8pm MDT. Junior Scholarship Program: a limited number of scholarships will be available to help cover the cost of registration fees for Juniors. For more information, please contact Rachel Friedman.

Multi-race discount of $15 applied after you have confirmed your cart and entered your Credit Card information.

Sanctioned by the American Cycling Association [www.americancycling.org]
Seniors, Masters and Juniors BAR/BAT event for the Time Trial and Road Race

NOTE: ACA transponders (chips) are required for the Salida Classic. Racers purchasing a one-day ACA license will be charged $5 a day for a transponder rental. Annual ACA license holders without transponders must rent transponder for $10. Please bring cash or a separate check at the time of registration to rent the transponder


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Criterium Course
Road Race Course
Time Trial Course

The Salida Classic (formerly known as “Salida Ominium”) has become known as one of the best competitive cycling events in Colorado, attracting over 500 elite and amateur Senior, Masters, Juniors and Paralympic athletes from the region. The Salida Classic has seen Olympic and World Champions including Tylor Phinney, Timmy Duggan, Jeanne Longo, and Alison Dunlap.

The Salida Classic will once again be the official cycling event of the Rocky Mountain State Games (RMSG). The RMSG is a multi-sport festival for Colorado citizens of all ages and athletic abilities including physically disabled, visually impaired and Paralympic athletes. RMSG is a member of the United States Olympic Committee. For more information, visit www. www.coloradospringssports.org.

Special Events on Saturday during the Criterium: Farmer’s Market, Amicas beer tent, and a 5k Foot Race on the criterium course (fundraiser for the Chaffee County Mentors Program). For information on local attractions visit www.nowthisiscolorado.com.

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Salida Classic

Jul 29 2011
Location: Salida, CO
Event Type: Road | Road Race
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TT start times posted here: https://idisk.me.com//glennwalton/Public/SCR/TT%20Start%20List.pdf

Posted by Rachfri on Jul 29, 2011
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Jul 30 2011
Location: Salida, CO
Event Type: Road | Crit
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Jul 31 2011
Location: Salida, CO
Event Type: Road | Road Race
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Salida 5K Running Race

Jul 30 2011
Location: Salida, CO
Event Type: 5k
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Salida Omnium

Jul 30 2010
Location: Salida, CO
Event Type: Road | TT
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With over 1000 starts the Salida Omnium is one of the largest Road Races in the State of Colorado. Past editions have seen Olympians, Tour De France Teams, and National Champions racing for the win. For the third year, the Salida Omnium will host The State Games of West. The State Games is a premier national multi-sport event for athletes of all ages and abilities held every year under the banner of the National Congress of State Games. Medal winners from 49 State Games nationwide earn the right to compete against other winners in a national arena. In conjunction with the State Games, the top three riders in each category will receive medals for their placing.

Alpine Park at the corner of 4th and F Streets is our base for registration, the Road Race Start and the Criterium. There’s parking in the public lot between Safeway and the bike path at the corner of 3rd and H Streets.
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Jul 31 2010
Location: Salida, CO
Event Type: Road | Crit
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With over 1000 starts the Salida Omnium is one of the largest Road Races in the State of Colorado. Past editions have seen Olympians, Tour De France Teams, and National Champions racing for the win. For the third year, the Salida Omnium will host The State Games of West. The State Games is a premier national multi-sport event for athletes of all ages and abilities held every year under the banner of the National Congress of State Games. Medal winners from 49 State Games nationwide earn the right to compete against other winners in a national arena. In conjunction with the State Games, the top three riders in each category will receive medals for their placing.

Alpine Park at the corner of 4th and F Streets is our base for registration, the Road Race Start and the Criterium. There’s parking in the public lot between Safeway and the bike path at the corner of 3rd and H Streets.
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Great course and race organization. I like the slight incline of the course giving a little recovery after solid efforts. The race also has a great finish which allows for a good field sprint.

Posted by Jespi on Aug 12, 2010
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Aug 1 2010
Location: Salida, CO
Event Type: Road | Road Race
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About this stage

With over 1000 starts the Salida Omnium is one of the largest Road Races in the State of Colorado. Past editions have seen Olympians, Tour De France Teams, and National Champions racing for the win. For the third year, the Salida Omnium will host The State Games of West. The State Games is a premier national multi-sport event for athletes of all ages and abilities held every year under the banner of the National Congress of State Games. Medal winners from 49 State Games nationwide earn the right to compete against other winners in a national arena. In conjunction with the State Games, the top three riders in each category will receive medals for their placing.

Alpine Park at the corner of 4th and F Streets is our base for registration, the Road Race Start and the Criterium. There’s parking in the public lot between Safeway and the bike path at the corner of 3rd and H Streets.
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Super hard race, but not obviously hard. There were three steep pitches and a lot of false flat up hill. The first few laps seemed slow to the point of silly. That said they laps take their toll and I couldn't even finish the race it wore me out.

Posted by Jespi on Aug 12, 2010
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TT start times can be downloaded here: https://idisk.me.com//glennwalton/Public/SCR/TT%20Start%20List.pdf

Posted by Rachfri on Jul 29, 2011

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