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AABC Racing members focus on competing in USA Cycling Road, Cyclocross and BMX races.  AABC members are predominately based in Maryland, and compete in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania and other Mid-Atlantic states.
2014 AABC Road Race

All American Road Race

Presented by

All American Bicycle Club

Saturday, April 5, 2014 in Poolesville, MD

Held Under USA Cycling Permit# 2014-1822

New Race Staging Area: Selby's Market Parking Lot

19610 Fisher Ave., Poolesville, MD 20837

 Registration is CLOSED

 Course Map

OFFERING $4,000 IN CASH AND MERCHANDISE

Sponsored by the ALL AMERICAN BICYCLE CENTER


Category

Distance (Miles)

Prize List

Places

Field Limit

Start

Men 5

16

Medals

3

65

8:00

Women 1/2/3

Women 4

40

$750 merchandise & cash

$250  merchandise & cash

7

3

75

8:10

Men 5 35+

16

Medals

3

65

9:00

 

 

 

 

 

 

Men Masters 35+ ¾

48

$500  merchandise & cash

10

75

10:00

Men 4

48

$500  merchandise & cash

10

75

10:10

 

 

 

 

 

 

Men 1/2/3

80

$1250 merchandise & cash

10

75

1:00

Men 3

64

$750   merchandise & cash

10

75

1:10

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
*** Women will race together but will be scored separately, and separate prizes will be awarded, for each of the Senior Women BAR and the Novice Women BAR, respectively.

1.     Race is run on a rolling 8-mile loop in Poolesville, MD.  MAP.

2.     Races run rain or shine.

3.     Entry fee for all races is $35, which includes the USA Cycling registration fee.  No Mail in Registration – online or race day only.  Race-day entry fee is $40 (which includes a late fee).  Register online at www.BikeReg.com Online registration ends soon.  Race-day registration opens at 7:00 a.m. and closes 15 minutes prior to each race. 

4.     Transfers will be allowed up to TBD.  No transfers will be made after that date.   Entry fees will not be refundable under any circumstances.

5.     Riders who are lapped or out of contention may be pulled at officials’ discretion.

6.     All USA Cycling rules apply. The centerline rule will be in effect and vigorously enforced.

7.     Each race will be followed by a wheels in/wheels out support vehicle. Race promoter is not responsible for lost or missing wheels.

8.     The following events (listed parenthetically) are included in the following BAR competitions: Novice Women BAR (Women 4); Senior Women BAR (Women 1/2/3/4); Men Masters 35+ 3/4 BAR (Men Masters 35+ 3/4); Novice Men BAR (Men 4); Senior Men BAR (Men 1/2/3); and Senior 3 Men BAR (Men 3).

9.     Contacts:  Race director, Brian Shefferman, This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it or Club President, Ken Rowe, This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .  Information may also be found at http://www.aabcracing.com

10.   Directions: 19610 Fisher Ave., Poolesville, MD 20837 on your device.

 
2013 AABC Race Results

2013 All American Road Race Results 

Thank you everyone for coming out this year to another successful race!! The results are bellow. We hope everyone is able to make it out next year! 

https://www.usacycling.org/results/index.php?permit=2013-982

 
Rockburn Cross Race Report

First race report, and first season racing for the team. My first road race wasn’t that great (I ruined a jersey that Nick gave me by hitting the deck at the end) but the cross season has been really fun. If you haven’t tried cross, I would recommend borrowing a bike or getting the old mountain bike in working order and trying it out. It is a painful blend of the handling skills of mountain biking, the threshold efforts of time trialing, and the sudden accelerations and decelerations that can come on some road rides (or commutes with alot of stop lights). Throw in knee high barriers, sand pits, beer, and waffles and you have yourself a cross race. 

Video here  

 

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