News Archive: July, 2009
Imagine this scenario:
You are dining at Brouwer’s Cafe in Fremont, you order your Frites, Aoli Sauce, and your Duvel, and why not, just add a MFG season pass on the bill, too.
Our homie Nat P. has made it possible for MFG season passes to be purchased with a credit card, just like your frites, mayo, and beer.
Thanks NP! Remember, the first 50 folks registered get comp’d to the Kick-off Party at Brouwer’s Cafe on 9/9/09.
Who’s excited for cross????
The MFG crew has been working ‘round the clock in preparation for the season, and we are now ready to offer season passes for 5 of 6 of our races. The season pass grants you entry to:
9/13: uBRDO Kick-off Cross, Kirkland
10/4: Starbucks Gran Prix, Issaquah
10/10: Cross Clash
10/31: Lincoln Park CX, West Seattle
11/15: Woodland Park GP, Seattle
The season pass is $100 ($50 for juniors) and is available now. Once you sign the waiver to purchase your season pass, you won’t have to sign another waiver for the entire season! We will mail you your series race number by September.
Additionally, you will receive a ticket for free entry and complimentary buffet dinner to the MFG Kick-off party at Brouwer’s Café on Wednesday, 9/9/09 from 7-10pm. Tickets to the party are limited to the first 50 entries, and after that will not be available.
Here are the details:
Season passes available at for racers 21 and over racers at Brouwer’s Cafe, 400 North 35th Street. Brouwer’s Café is open noon to 2 am every day and tickets are available as of today, July 28th. (206) 267-1200
Payment by check or cash only (no credit card) made out to Low Pressure Promotions, LLC. Sign a waiver one-time, and you’ll be set for the season. You’ll receive a ticket to the Kick-Off party; limited to the first 50 registrants.
Under 21 registration:
Minors will not be allowed to enter Brouwer’s Café, even to purchase a season pass. If you are under 21 and would like to purchase a season pass, please email: zac at mfgcyclocross dot com
We are super psyched to have The Cycling House provided us a five day stay to offer as a series overall prize. You get their and they take care of you and your riding for five days in sunny Tuscon. They got breakfast, lunch and dinner, Wi-Fi, guided riders and so much more.
From the boys at the House, “The Cycling House is the ultimate, all-inclusive training destination for cyclists, triathletes, and runners. We are the place where endurance athletes escape their cold winter climates to come train in the warm sunshine, eat amazing food and relax in a comfortable laid back environment. The Cycling House has hosted hundreds of endurance athletes and worked with abilities of all levels, ranging from top professionals training for Cyclo-Cross and Ironman world championships to recreational riders who want to complete their first century. At The Cycling House, visitors can put their worries to rest and need only focus on riding and enjoying their time in Tucson.”