Ronde Von Palouse - Sunday April 26, 15



Ronde van Palouse - Sunday, April 26, 2015
USA Cycling permit pending 
Field
Start Time
Distance
Laps
Prizes
Men 1/2
Men 3
11 a.m.
   66 mi
   4
Top 3 - $150
Top 3 - $150
Women 1-3                                       Masters 40+ (1-4)                    Masters 50+ (1-4)               Masters 60+ (1-4)
11:05 a.m.
   50 mi
   3
Top 3 - $150
Top 3 - Merch
Top 3 - Merch
Top 3 - Merch
Men 4/5
11:10 a.m.
   50 mi
   3 
Top 3 - Merch
Women 4
Juniors Boys 12-15
Junior Girls 12-15
11:15 a.m.
   34 mi
   2
Top 3 - Merch
Top 3 - Medals
Top 3 - Medals
Description: Ronde van Palouse (Tour of the Palouse) is a road race held in the spirit of the Spring Classics. The course consists of a 16-mile circuit in the farm country near Spangle, Washington. The loop features 10 miles of good pavement and 6 miles of graded gravel. The constant rollers and the nearly constant wind of the Palouse make this a challenging circuit that favors the strongest all-around riders. The finish line is about two miles northeast of Liberty High School. 
  • Five (5) riders make a category. Promoter also reserves the right to combine, split, or cancel fields depending on turnout. Fields that race together will still be scored separately.
  •  Driving Directions: From Spokane, go 17 miles south on Hwy 195. Exit the highway left on East Cheney-Spangle Road. This is the second Spangle exit. You'll see the Harvester Restaurant to the left and a gas station on the right as you enter the town of Spangle. Continue to the stop sign at Main/Old 195. Turn right on Old SR 195 and proceed south for approximately one mile. Turn left on Spangle-Waverly Road. Proceed 3.5 miles to the staging area at Liberty High School on the right.
  • Entrance Fee: $35 includes sales tax, insurance surcharges, and registration fees.   
  • Registration:  Online registration available at usacycling.org.  Day-of registration will be available. Check-in and registration will be from 8 to 10:30 a.m. in the Liberty Middle School parking lot.  WSBA number required. $10 rental numbers available ($5 refundable for Wash. and Idaho residents; $10 refundable for all others).  USA Cycling license required. $10 One-Day Licenses available only for Men Cat 5 and Women Cat 4, no exceptions.
Frequently Asked Questions:
  • Support vehicle for each field will be “wheels in-wheels out”.  However, your best bet is to run a wider tire with max air pressure.
  • A feed zone is available for teams and individuals with their own support person. Your soigneur should be instructed to stand in the feed zone on South Rattlers Run (see map below). There is parking at the intersection of Dawson Road and Rattlers Run Road. 
  • Award ceremony and will be at Liberty High School after the last field has finished (approximately 2:30 pm)

Other Rules: All USA cycling rules apply. Racers must present valid 2015 USA Cycling license at registration, no exceptions. Riders outside the "race caravan" must obey the standard rules of the road. Helmets must be worn any time the participant is on a bicycle--before, during, and after the race, except while on a trainer.



Contacts
Organizer: Brad Hamby
Contact:  bradhamby@yahoo.com or 509-688-4152


 




Elevation Profile (one lap, excluding 2 mile lead-in): 







Prior Post:
In the ever-changing world of local bike racing, River City Red Cycling Team has suddenly been given the opportunity to organize the Ronde Von Palouse race, which will be held on Sunday, April 26.  Brad Hamby (2014 Team MVP) and Travis Coleman (2014 Team Big Dog) will be the race organizers.

More details to follow . . .



Just the normal look after RvP.

1 comment:

  1. THANK YOU for hosting a Junior category!!

    ReplyDelete