ATTENTION RACERS… last minute race notes…
REGISTRATION OPENS OFFICIALLY AT 7:30AM. COURSE OPEN FOR WARM UP AT 8:30AM. RACING BEGINS AT 9:00AM. BEGINNER’S CLINIC – MEET AT VOLER TENT AT 8AM.
YOUR CX RACING AGE IS THAT OF 12.31.2013 SO YOU ARE AT LEAST ONE YEAR IF NOT TWO OLDER THAN YOU ARE TODAY!
MOUNTAIN BIKES ARE GOOD FOR CYCLOCROSS IF YOU DON’T HAVE A CX BIKE. SOCALCROSS OFFERS CX DEMO RENTALS AT THE RACE – FIRST COME FIRST SERVE.
STRAVA LINK TO COURSE MAP: HERE
RACER PARKING IS AVAILABLE IN THE TRAIN LOT ACROSS THE STREET ON PLACENTIA ENTER AT NORTH ESTANCIA ACROSS FROM THE HIGH SCHOOL… NO RACER PARKING AT THE HIGH SCHOOL ITSELF.
WE ARE OFFERING A LIMITED SUPPLY OF VIP PARKING IN THE PARK FOR SPONSORS-EXPO-FAMILIES AND CARPOOLERS UNTIL SPACE RUNS OUT. WE WILL ALLOW TEAMS TO DROP OFF THEIR TENTS COOLERS (NO ALCOHOL IN THE PARK) AND FRIENDS AND FAMILY IN THE MAIN PARK ENTRANCE. APPRECIATE YOUR UNDERSTANDING AND RESPECT OF THE PARK USERS OTHER THAN US : ) : ) : )
The 2012-13 SoCalCross Prestige Series is scheduled to kickoff Sunday September 30th at Fairview Park in Costa Mesa!
ADDRESS: 2501 Placentia Ave., Costa Mesa, CA, 92627
Online registration is available until Thursday 11:59pm via AthletePath.com: HERE
This event is American Bicycle Racing sanctioned. No USA Cycling license required. USAC does not recognize this race... for upgrade points : (
RACER 411: Race day registration opens at 7:30am. CX beginner’s clinic at 8am. Racing starts at 9:00am! FLYER: HERE
GO GREEN RACERS-FAMILY! VIP Parking available in the main park lot for carpoolers and families. First come, first serve. After that, general racer parking will be across the street known as the Train Lot. Please use the stop light cross walk or pedestrian bridge on the north side of the Park.
The City of Costa Mesa has a wonderful Masterplan including Wetlands Restoration at the Park. Check out all the details!
ABOUT Fairview Park: Although 35 acres of land were purchased earlier from the State for this park, the balance of the 210 acres was purchased from Orange County in 1987. The park had originally been conceived of as part Costa Mesa’s “green belt”. The master plan for this park dictates that the park will remain a “natural” park because of its archaeological and paleontological resources. The eastern section of the park contains a miniature railroad that provides free rides the third weekend of the month. A bridge connecting both parts of the park was constructed in 2006. Dedicated April 21, 1990. 2501 Placentia Ave.