December 6, 2014
Marymount Event Center
December 7, 2014
Ft. Steilacoom Park
This two-day event will create opportunities for UCI and Pro Cyclo-cross Calendar (Pro CX) points to be scored by elite men and women, which are crucial for national championships qualification spots. These races will also provide rankings points for masters and juniors riders who wish to compete at the 2015 USA Cycling Cyclo-cross National Championships in Austin, Texas, Jan. 7-11.
For the Elite Men and Elite Women both events will be run according to 2014 UCI regulations. The 2014 UCI scale of penalties applies. A 2014 international racing license is required to enter these events.
All other events are under USA Cycling (USAC) Permit #2014-2792. 2014 USAC regulations and penalties apply.
About Waves For Water
Waves For Water works on the front-line to provide clean water to communities in need around the world. They work with world leaders and strategic partners who take a no-nonsense attitude toward making global change.
Donations to Waves For Water
In addition to providing two days of ‘cross action, each race day will focus on bringing financial support to two Waves For Water projects: Project Liberia and Project Nepal. The funds raised to positively impact these two nations will be a direct reflection of the financial participation from our cyclocross community. We ask that all participants invest in this weekend three times: twice for race entry and once to Waves For Water. Additionally, we seek support from all cycling enthusiasts who are watching the event from afar to please consider giving remotely.
Host Hotel Information
The Official Hotel of the Waves For Water weekend is the Hampton Inn at DuPont: http://goo.gl/15Jjro
Event rate is good through Sunday at midnight by making a reservation over the phone: (253) 912-4444
MFG Sponsor: Vision Wheels
Facebook: Vision Tech USA
What Vision Tech does:
Vision Tech is the maker of high end wheelsets and cockpit components for road, cyclocross, time trial, and triathlon disciplines. Vision’s wheel line includes offerings made from carbon fiber, aluminum, as well as tubular and clincher options, and disc and rim brake options.
Why we like Vision Tech:
Perhaps you’ve noticed Vision Tech at all the MFG races this year. Maybe you received wheel service or demo wheels at the races from Vision. Or maybe you are a series winner and will win a brand new set of Vision wheels. No matter the scenario, it’s clear that Vision is active in the cyclocross community and supports MFG in big ways.
Five things you should know about Vision:
- Vision offers wheels for cyclocross in disc and rim brake versions.
- The full rear TT disc wheel from Vision is made entirely by hand and looks incredibly fast.
- Vision will be on hand at the Season End Party doing a silent raffle for a pair of wheels laced to Chris King hubs
- The Metron 55 wheelset weighs just 1400 grams for a wheelset that is 55mm deep.
- Vision wheels have been street tested and have this video to prove it.
WOODLAND PARK UPDATE:
Thanks to Nuun Hydration and the other 25 people who came out to Woodland Park yesterday to help restore the course and get the grounds back to healing at Woodland Park.
With races still coming up in December, we strongly ask that you refrain from riding the actual course at Woodland Park as you train for other races.
Let’s see if we can keep the work done on Monday progressing forward rather than going backwards.