Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Results and a race report are available here.
Pictures from Route1Velo's Joel Steen are available here.
Helmet-Cam video from the Masters 3/4 race is here.
A big thanks to our racers, their families, the sponsors, City of Hyattsville. Another successful year means another nice donation to Special Olympics.
See you next year.
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
Ready to race? Go register here: http://www.bikereg.com/events/Register.asp?EventID=11555
Still not sure? Here's the preview. Thanks for watching and we hope to see you on Sunday.
Thursday, September 23, 2010
To make sure that everyone is going full gas from the start, we are giving away $100 in cash money to the fastest starters in five fields. These first-lap premes are provided courtesy of Mark Lewandowski of First Financial Group, a financial services firm with offices in the Washington, DC area.
Along with the First Financial Group, Dash for Cash, Hyattsville CX has a trunk load of other great prizes up for grabs. Wheelsets and gift certificates from title sponsor, Arrow Bicycle; a weekend getaway at the Raw Talent Ranch in West Virginia; a Poste Roast feast from Penn Quarter hot spot Poste Moderne Brasserie; portable, collapsible cyclocross barriers from CrossPropz; refreshing beverages from locally owned Honest Tea and Franklin's Restaurant, Brewery & General Store; shirts and socks from In The Crosshairs, CXHairs.com; assorted goods from Embrocation Cycling Journal and so much more.
For the kids, Hyattsville CX will feature a moonbounce and plenty of area to play. Food will be available throughout the day and beer proceeds will be donated to the Special Olympics.
Hyattsville CX is a great community event. Come out and support a race that has been embraced 100 percent by the local government, business community and citizens. Race your bike, win some swag, earn some MABRAcross series points, drink some beer, and have a great time at this year’s Hyattsville CX. We look forward to seeing you.
For more information, visit hyattsvillecx.blogspot.com. To register go to MABRAcross.org and click on HyattsvilleCX in the sidebar. Or go to http://www.bikereg.com/events/register.asp?eventid=11555.
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
Magruder Park is a family-friendly venue with multiple playgrounds and indoor restrooms. The park is located only 6 miles from the U.S. Capitol, right on the Anacostia Tributary Trail system, a 20 minute bike ride from Capitol Hill.
As last year, proceeds will benefit Special Olympics Maryland, P.G. County-Purchase your Hyattsville CX pint glass to help out a good cause and/or make a donation to Special Olympics. Each pint glass purchase come with one free beer on race day. Last year's race raised nearly $3,000 for the Special Olympics program.
This year, the Hyattsville CX beer sponsor is Franklin's Restaurant and Brewery, a fantastic local Hyattsville business that brews some of the best beer around: http://www.franklinsbrewery.
Hardy's Divine Chicken and Ribs will be back to provide grub on race day.
Prizes to include:
Restaurant gift certificates, including a Poste Roast from Poste Brasserie
Franklin's Beer—Fill your growler up on the way home
Embrocation Magazine/Mad Alchemy Products
In The Crosshairs, www.CXHairs.com swag
And, of course gift certificates and schwag from our favorite local bike shop and Title Sponsor, Arrow Bicycle www.arrowbicycle.com
and much, much more.
Check back here for updates. And check out our sweet new poster designed by Colby Waller.
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Thanks for your patience and we look forward to seeing you at Magruder Park in October!!
Registration for the second annual Hyattsville CX race opens Sunday, August 29, 2010, at 9:00 p.m. You can register at BikeReg.com by clicking here or going to this address: http://www.bikereg.com/events/register.asp?eventid=11555.
Thursday, May 13, 2010
As a result of the great success Hyattsville CX enjoyed in its first year, the race will be part of the Mid-Atlantic Bicycle Racing Association's Cyclocross series. The BikeReg.Com MABRAcross series includes eleven races that take place in Maryland, Virginia and D.C. We can expect to see at least twice as many people on race day as we did for the inaugural event.
2010 MABRAcross Schedule
9-26 Ed Sander Memorial Cyclocross (NCVC)
10-2 Breast Cancer Awareness Cyclocross Challenge (Antietam Velo Club)
10-3 Winchester Apple Harvest Cross (Winchester Wheelmen)
10-10 Hyattsville CX (Route1Velo)
10-24 DCCX (DCMTB)
10-30 All Hallows Cross (Patuxent Velo)
11-7 Tacchino Ciclocross (Squadra Coppi)
11-14 UrbanCross at Ix
11-20 HoCo2xCx: Schooley Mill Cross (Team BBC and Kelly Benefit Strategies/LSV)
11-21 HoCo2xCx: Rockburn Cross (Adventures For The Cure)
11-28 Turkey Chase/MABRAcross Championships (T.E.A.M. Fuji)