Posted by Editoress on 11/5/12
Cycling BC is pleased to announce that Daryl-Evans Mechanical has generously expanded their support of the 2012 Canadian Cyclo-cross Championship, providing the opportunity to offer prize money for the top racers. The following Sponsors and Supporters have stepped forward for the upcoming Canadian Cyclo-cross Championships and BC Grand Prix of Cyclo-cross (UCI 2), to be held at the South Surrey Athletic Park on November 17-18.
Event Sponsors: Daryl Evans Mechanical Ltd. / Red Racer Beer
Neutral Race & Event Support Sponsors: The Bike Gallery Vancouver / Sport Surrey
Norco Bicycles / Tim Horton's South Surrey
Their contributions will allow for the following prize list:
Elite Men and Elite Women categories:
1st place: $200
2nd place: $100
3rd place: $50
Also, Daryl-Evans has agreed to provide a special prize of $100 to the highest placed Cycling BC member in each of the eight (8) Championship title categories.
The Daryl-Evans' BC Grand Prix of Cyclo-cross presented by Red Racer, taking place on Sunday following the Championship race, will see an increase to the amount of the Elite Women's prize purse. The highest ranked third of the Elite Women's field will receive the same amount of prize money as is to be paid for the Elite Men's field; for example, if 21 Elite Women enter the race, the seven (7) highest placed women will receive the same individual prize amounts as the seven (7) highest placed men.
For more information concerning the 2012 Daryl-Evans Canadian Cyclo-cross Championship presented by Red Racer or the Daryl-Evans BC Grand Prix of Cyclo-cross presented by Red Racer, visit our website: cyclocross.cyclingbc.net or contact Nicole Rochefort at email@example.com.
Online registration for the 2012 Daryl-Evans' Canadian Cyclo-cross Championships presented by Red Racer closes on November 15th at 23h59 (PST). Registration can be found Here.
Online registration for the Daryl-Evans' BC Grand Prix of Cylo-cross presented by Red Racer closes on November 15th at 23h59 (PST) and can be found Here.
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