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The Southern California Prestige Series of Cyclocross was formed in 2005 by an informal association of  cycling clubs motivated to become the premier cyclocross series across Southern California and the nation! The Prestige Series will host 18 races over 15 weekends from of racing from San Diego to San Luis Obispo - September 2012 to January 2013.

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Men A

Racer Points
Alfredo Pacheco  157 
Brandon Gritters  149 
Brent Franze  87 
Scott Lundy  79 
Kent Hammond  59 

U23 Men

Racer Points
Brent Franze  155 
Christian Husband  82 
Brody McDonald  75 
Tydeman Newman  56 
Joshua Valberg  38 

Women A

Racer Points
Diana Sjol  128 
Nicole Meichtry  125 
Terra Kier  119 
Christina Probert   92 
Jean Miller  90 

Men B

Racer Points
Clint Allen  133 
Matthew Smith  133 
Gregory Goodwine  126 
Ara Movsession  106 
Martin Rushworth  87 

Women B

Racer Points
Stephanie Ortega  146 
Shelly Rolandson  99 
Lynn Kennedy  93 
Rhea Aldridge  87 
Liesel Lemay  75 

Men 35+ A

Racer Points
David McNeal  124 
Benjamin Goyette  123 
Rick Hoak  64 
Kent Hammond  61 
Matt Freeman  57 

Men 45+ A

Racer Points
Garnet Vertican  133 
Derric Swinfard  123 
Robert Donovan  120 
Bryant Likes  102 
Chuck Anderson  86 

Men 35+ B

Racer Points
Jason Morin  120 
Justin Christopher  90 
Joey Lanza  84 
Carter Chappell   77 
Ian Richer  66 

Men 45+ B

Racer Points
Alex Teno  135 
David Matea  108 
George Cook  95 
Kevin Nix  88 
Jose Vigil  87 

Men 55+

Racer Points
Shannon Scott  142 
Tim Marshall  113 
Charlie Stone  104 
David Sherwin  68 
Lee McEachern  65 

Women 35+

Racer Points
Ursula Luciani  90 
Kim Jaya  81 
Tar Demarco  74 
Reanne Napoleon  55 
Edina Fuzesi  38 

Women 45+

Racer Points
Sonia Ross  151 
Isabelle Thompson  139 
Kristen Van Rooyen  81 
Sue Donahugh  76 
Christina Turner  40 

Women 55+

Racer Points
Leticia Montanez  143 
Tina Burch  100 
Kathy Martin  60 
City Fenton   59 
Keli Roberts   55 

Single Speed Men A

Racer Points
George Cook  113 
Andrew Engel  90 
Brandon Gritters  84 
Paul Hernandez  73 
David Turner  57 

Single Speed Men B

Racer Points
Denis Faye  122 
Alain Luna  79 
Nils Erik Hilliard  77 
Andrew Elias  69 
Chistian Kondratowicz  68 

Single Speed Women

Racer Points
Dorothy Wong  125 
Lynn Kennedy   93 
Stephanie ORtego  93 
Christian Turner  82 
Rhea Aldridge   81 

Junior Boys 15-18

Racer Points
Zeke Van Rooyen  144 
Josiah Vigil  55 
Evan Welman  38 
Sam Hammond  36 
Dominic Turner  30 

Junior Boys 9-14

Racer Points
Alexander Likes  143 
James Likes  127 
Liam Olson  119 
Spencer Snee  103 
Evan Meuller  54 

Junior Women 15-18

Racer Points
Emily Crouse  63 
   
   
   
   

Junior Women 9-14

Racer Points
Olivia Lawson  84 
Sofia Lawson   74 
Eire Chen  61 
Maris Bronson  19 
Kylee Pozdolski   18 

Youth Boys Age 6-9

Racer Points
Ashton Lanza  79 
Thomas Moision  74 
Levi LeFlores  52 
Arjuna Burgos  42 
Zachary Ruzzin  40 

Youth Girls Age 6-9

Racer Points
Summer Luciani  168 
Autumn Luciani  149 
Aine Chen  75 
   
   

Masters Men 65+

Racer Points
Jonathan Livesay  139 
Jon Miller  105 
Roger Jorgensen   90 
Rovert Llamas  86 
John Donaldson  63 

COLLEGIATE Men

Racer Points
Jack Hewitt  84 
George Orloff  39 
Peter Dixon  38 
Uvaldo Resendez  37 
Edam Evard  36 

Collegiate Wome

Racer Points
April Lackpour   63 
   
   
   
   

Women C - Beginner

Racer Points
Kara Dutton  60 
Savannah Reyburn  58 
Abby Epton  54 
Gemma Casillias  39 
Emily Crouse  37 

Men C - Beginner

Racer Points
8 Tied with   60 
   
   
   
   

Masters Men 35+ C

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4 Tied with   60 
   
   
   
   

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Round 7 at SoCalCross Prestige Series! Sunday, November 26th,

SCPS 11: 14th Annual Turkey Trot Cross – Verdugo Park – Glendale, CA

Round 7 – Race 11 of 16 marks the 14th start at Verdugo Park and a SoCalCross favorite and classic, Sunday, November 26th!  Cyclo-cross returns for its 14th season at Verdugo Park in Glendale! Don’t miss this holiday-themed fun! This is race #11 of 16 at the SoCalCross 2017-18 Prestige Series!  Come race cross as there are categories for everyone from first timer to kiddie and doggie cross and CX categories from beginner to elite. masters, single speed collegiate, come check out our holiday expo!
  • Cyclelogical Gear will be showcasing their collection at TTCX expo. Don’t miss the opportunity to get your holiday gifts :D . SPECIAL TTCX SALE PRICING: $10 off all items vs online…$25Tshirts vs $33/35, hats $20vs$30, etc… and jerseys $45vs$80 and all bags 50% off!
  • Kenda Tires USA will be in the EXPO Sunday supporting SoCalCross and team riders! Kenda has some of the best all around bicycling tires on the market and the Kommando Pro CX gives you dual performance for various conditions. Ask more about them and say hello to Roger at Kenda!
  • Tokyo Doggie Style will be in the house service lunch and special drinks including Boba!!!
  • Thanks to our Kiddie Cross Sponsor Stampede Bikes we will be hosting benefit drawing to giveaway Sunday at TTCX a 14″ Pedal Bike! Retail value $239!
  • Thanks to Stampede Bikes… All Youth Race entries are FREE!!!

Wrap up Round 6:  SCPS 9/10 UCI CX MoVal Weekend! March Field Park – Moreno Valley

UCI CX MoVal made historic strides as SoCalCross partners with the City of Moreno Valley to build CX infrastructure at the former March Air Field!

The City’s Parks and Recreation staff worked closely with SoCalCross promoters Dorothy Wong and Jeff Herring stepping up the Series final location to be the new home for UCI CXLA. The vision was to create park space and implement bicycling park infrastructure. Funding came from Park and Health grants to create the CX skills course and look forward to building more for the SoCalCross Prestige Series final in December.

Sunny Southern California did not disappoint out of towners coming for warmer weather. Particpants came from across the USA with most UCI competitors comprised the Western States. UCI categories included Junior Men 17-18, U23 Men, Elite Women and Men. California’s best included National Champions Tobin Ortenblad and Lance Haidet both earning U23 titles. French National Champion and World CX Silver Medalist Caroline Mani came to play taking the win both days along with Tobin.

When asked about racing UCI in SoCal Ortenblad replied, “I’m always stoked to come down to race CXLA. Its on the West Coast and a fairly easy drive down from Santa Cruz. The weather is always beautiful and it’s always a low stress fun weekend. Since we were in So Cal the course was as I expected, pretty dry. Most of the turns were a bit slippery which definitely made a relatively flat dry course technical.

The competition was good both days, Driscoll put up a big fight both days and kept me super honest at the front. He’s such a diesel, you have to watch him coming from behind in the last couple laps of the race. I love coming down to SoCal cross because it’s a UCI race on the West Coast. I’m glad it keeps happening and I wish we had more of them! ”

A follow up report will be sent out to the masses after the T-Day Holiday as well media report by USA Cycling. Stay tuned!
Complete results can be found at:  SoCalCross.org/Results

International Cyclo-Cross Races Spotlight Top Pros and Juniors in Moreno Valley Nov. 18-19

CX MOVAL EVENT GUIDE HERE

LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (Nov. 14, 2017) – - Cyclocross bicycle races return for a second time this year to Moreno Valley, and the first time to feature internationally-sanctioned races for the nation’s top juniors and professional cyclists. MoVal CX will be held Nov. 18-19 at March Field Park. The event is free for spectators, and features an array of activities for every member of the family.

The weekend will feature 30 categorized events each day for cyclists of all levels, from children’s events for ages six to nine years to masters events for adults 55-65 years and older. Cyclocross races challenge competitors on a two-plus mile course that crosses grass, dirt, gravel, pavement, and a series of obstacles. Newcomers to the sport find it a combination of mountain biking, road cycling and steeplechase, as racers can dismount to cross obstacles. MOVal CX is one of two cyclocross events in California that is sanctioned by the Union Cyclste Internationale (UCI), the international governing body of cycling.

“MoVal CX is the only opportunity in southern California for amateur cyclists to ride on a UCI-sanctioned cyclocross course. We have been designing UCI-level features to challenge some of the best racers in North America at March Field Park. Our local racers will get a chance to earn USA Cycling rankings and upgrade points for all categories,” said race director Dorothy Wong, also a director of SoCalCross.

“The City of Moreno Valley is honored to sponsor this event and partner with SoCalCross. It is great to have the city and Moreno Valley Parks and Community Services spotlight the sport of cyclocross to benefit the local community,” Wong added. Moreno Valley hosted its first cyclocross races in January this year, also with SoCalCross.

The Elite Women’s and Men’s UCI Category 2 events both days are also sanctioned by USA Cycling and are part of the USA Cycling Professional Cyclocross Calendar (ProCX). MoVal CX offers stand-alone races for both Junior Men (17-18 years of age) and Under-23 Men. CXLA is also a premier event for the SoCalCross Prestige Series.

The event is free for all spectators and is held rain or shine. Family-oriented activities include Kiddie Cross (free), five laps on a short course for children six and under, and Doggie Cross ($5), dogs with owners on a short course to benefit Hope For Paws. Costumes are encouraged for pets in Doggie Cross. A vendor expo will be on site, with a beer garden and food trucks.

Advance registration fees for single races range from $5-$50; discounts apply for multiple races. Online registration can be found at www.bikereg.com/cxmoval17, and closes at Noon PTon Friday, Nov. 17. Races will be held  on the ungated eastern perimeter of March Air Reserve Base at March Field Park.

Schedule of Events – SAT

10 a.m. Junior Girls and Boys races

11 a.m. – 1:45 p.m. Masters Men and Women/non-UCI(multiple categories)

2 p.m Single Speed and Collegiate races

2:45 p.m. Kiddie Cross and Doggie Cross

3 p.m. UCI Junior 17-18 Men

4 p.m. UCI U23 Men

5:15 p.m. UCI Elite Women

6:30 p.m. UCI Elite Men

Schedule of Events – SAT

8 a.m. Junior Girls and Boys races

8:45 – 11:30 a.m. Masters Men and Women/non-UCI (multiple categories)

11:35 a.m Single Speed and Collegiate races

12:30 p.m. Kiddie Cross and Doggie Cross

12:40 p.m. UCI Junior 17-18 Men

1:25 p.m. UCI U23 Men

2:45 p.m. UCI Elite Women

3:45 p.m. UCI Elite Men

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Event Type: SCPS Race
Event Date: Sun Nov 26 2017 Start Time: 9:00 AM
Venue: Verdugo Park Location: 1621 Canada Blvd, Glendale, CA 91208
Glendale CA 91208

Cyclo-cross returns for its 14th start at Verdugo Park in Glendale!

Don’t miss this holiday-themed fun! This is race #11 of 16 at the SoCalCross 2017-18 Prestige Series!

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Event Type: SCPS Race
Event Date: Sat/Sun Dec 2, 3 2017 Start Time: 9:00 AM
Venue: Vermont Canyon Park at the Greek Theatre Location: 2700 N. Vermont Ave
Los Angeles CA 91001

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