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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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RECAP – SCPS5: Corriganville CXC! Up next, SCPS6: Anza Crossing – Riverside!

A GREAT Sunday in Simi Valley brought racers from near and far to enjoy the sandstone hills at the Corriganville Movie Ranch.  Loose sand and weaving through the Oak Groves and the old lagoon sent riders on a roller-coaster ride!  The morning kicked off with a cross country trail run of a portion of the cross course and the extended climb loop used for the end of the day mountain bike-cyclocross relay race.  A fun day was had by all as the temps started to feel a bit more like Fall.  Enjoy some fun images.video by Troy Templin and JUrbanPhotos.com!

Troy’s Full race via Hero Cam:

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WATCH the Race Stream ReCap Live Commentary by Ben Goyette Thursday 8PM Pacific:

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UP NEXT,  SCPS 6: ANZA Crossing!  Martha McLean-Anza Narrows Park – Riverside!

SoCalCross race 6 to take place at Martha McLean – Azna Narrows Park sitting alongside the Santa Ana River Trail Bike Path! Enjoy a day of cyclocross.

Up next SoCalCross SCPS 6: Anza Crossing! presented by the Inland Empire Biking Alliance this Sunday, November 5th at Martha McLean – Anza Narrows Park – Riverside, CA and one of the best courses at SoCalCross PRESTIGE SERIES!

Enjoy the video of 2016 ANZA CX by Cole Sprague Photohttps://youtu.be/pX9OuvdeWSM

FUN Wikipedia FACTS: The 40-acre park sits atop a shady bluff along the Santa Ana River with sweeping views of the river. The park was named for Martha McLean, an activist who worked with her friend Ruth Anderson to save the Santa Ana River from being channelized, as proposed by the US Army Corps of Engineers in the 1960s. It was also at one time a 9-hole golf course.

The park is located at a section of the Santa Ana River referred to as the Anza Narrows, in reference to the crossing point where the Juan Bautista de Anza Expedition crossed the river in 1774 and 1776. A marker in the park commemorates the crossing, which is part of the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail that stretches across Southern California.

Also just a few miles upstream is the famed Mount Rubidoux… if you get the chance check it out!

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