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2013 MAC Series says “Farewell” at Limestone Cross at the Kiln

The final race of the 2013 Fuji MAC Series presented by SRAM arrives in Emmaus, PA on December 15. It's a great way to end the season and say farewell to cross brothers and sisters until next season. Cash and Framesets Over $1,000 is up for grabs in the elite men’s race, with the winner getting $230. Not bad for 60-minutes of work. First place for the women? $230. That’s right—equal payouts. While no cash is at stake for the B categories, overall series winners of the B men and B women category will receive a frameset courtesy of title sponsor Fuji Bikes. Favorites C3 Twenty20 Cycling’s Arley Kemmerer appears to have secured the overall win for the elite women while Cameron Dodge (Scott Racing) has crushed it in the elite men’s … [Read More...]


Van Dessel’s Garrigan and Van Gilder win round #8

Mike Garrigan (Van Dessel) and Laura Van Gilder (Van Dessel Mellow Mushroom), both winners of last Sunday’s MAC Series Race #7 at HPCX, topped the podiums again this week at Race #8, Kutztown Cross  A panoply  of cycling kits brightened a grey day at the inaugural Kutztown Cross race which featured a pancake flat course that featured more twists and turns than a whodunit.   Failure to maintain constant vigilance resulted in many a dirty skin suit as rear wheels skidded out on overcooked turns. In the elite women’s race, a strong lead group that included Van Gilder, Arley Kemmerer, Nikki Thiemann and Stacey Barbosa jumped early and stayed away for the duration of the race. “Never go to the line with Van Gilder” is an unwritten MAC … [Read More...]

The elite men's podium at HPCX.  Dodge is on fuego!

Dodge Doubles Up while Kemmerer and Van Gilder earn wins at Fair Hill and HPCX

Cameron Dodge (Scott Racing) earned two wins in as many days while Arley Kemmerer (C3 Twenty20 Cycling) lost her chance at a double by inches to Laura Van Gilder(Mellow Mushroom) in a sprint finish at Highland Park. The Fuji MAC Series Present by SRAM delivered two edge-of-your-saddle exciting days of racing at this weekend’s FSVS CX (Fair Hill) and HPCX (Highland Park), races 6 and 7 of the series. Sadly for the mudders, another dry weekend greeted the Mid-Atlantic crew which, with the exception of a mud pit at Fair Hill, was bone dry. The colorful autumn leaves, brisk winds and cool temps were the only evidence of cross season. Mud tires are crying from neglect in basements all over the Mid-Atlantic. In the elite women’s races, … [Read More...]

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