MCF Minutes 2-10-2014 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chris Smith   
Friday, 21 February 2014 11:40

Minutes from the February 10 MCF Meeting can be found here. MCF Balance Sheet presented at the meeting can be found here.

 
US National CX live Sunday PDF Print E-mail
Written by Charles Townsend   
Wednesday, 08 January 2014 20:13

 Live YouTube coverage of Cyclocross Nationals begins at noon central Sunday.  Jr men 17 -18, Elite and U23 women, and Elite men's races will all be broadcast.

Watch for Minnesotans:

·        Jr Men 17 - 18:

o   Josie Weik (Red Zone)

o   Brian Gaines (NorthStar Development)

·        Elite Men:

o   Eric Thompson (Mt Borah Epic)

o   CJ Faulkner (Crossniacs)

o   Chris Smith (Power Fix)

o   Kesha Zavyalov (Basso Tonka)

o   Josh Bauer (THC)

o   Marcus Bush (Synergy)

·        Elite and U23 Women:

o   Corey Coogen Cisek (Power Fix)

o   Jennifer Knowlin (Power Fix)

o   Carol Jeane Sansome (GP Donkey Label)

o   Kelly Catlin, U23 (NorthStar Development)

 
2014 Spielberg Memorial Awards PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chris Smith   
Tuesday, 03 December 2013 00:04

The Spielberg Memorial Awards are being given out as grants to you, young riders, based upon cycling achievement, service and commitment. They are being donated in memory of Richard Spielberg, an individual who for almost 40 years developed tremendous enthusiasm for cycling and bike racing which became a primary motivation in his life as well as an inspiration to others.

Application and award details:

Eligibility: USA Cycling annual licensees in the year the application is received, ages up to 25 at the end of the year 2014, who are residents of Minnesota, western Wisconsin or members of Minnesota Cycling Federation club.

Individuals: One male cyclist, one female cyclist

Deadline: January 31st 2014 and to be awarded at the MCF Banquet

Voting Committee: MCF executive board and Mary Ann Spielberg

Award: $500 per individual awarded towards furthering cycling talents*

Application: Can be found here.

Mail To:

     Minnesota Cycling Federation, Attn: Christopher Smith
     5440 Morgan Avenue South
     Minneapolis, MN 55419

* Award dollars to be used towards regional camps, USAC camps, regional/national/international level race events and their related costs, coaching, and other types of performance testing. Award is not to be used for equipment. Other uses of award dollars may be approved or subject to change at the discretion of the MCF Executive Board.

 
Update from the President PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chris Smith   
Thursday, 17 October 2013 20:17

Greetings my fellow Minnesota cyclists! I hope your summer road season was successful and that you are enjoying our transition to fall. Cylocross season is in full swing as we approach our second weekend of Cross Rider of the Year events.

But we are also thinking about the MCF road season for 2014! Our new MCF Road Coordinator Vince Rosetta is busy working on the road calendar for next season and current and potentially new race promoters are encouraged to get in touch with Vince as soon as possible in order to start the process of getting their event on the calendar and their date secured for 2014. Vince is also working to try and avoid date conflicts with other big local cycling events such as the MN MTB series and to prevent Rider of the Year events from taking place on the same weekend as we saw in 2013. Check out this thread on the MCF forum for additional information and get in touch with Vince if you are planning on race promotion in 2014!

We are also facing a problem with an insufficient number of licensed USA Cycling race officials. We run the risk of finding our races cancelled if we don’t figure out a way to increase the pool of potential race officials. I posted additional information on the MCF forum on this thread. Please give it a read and post your suggestions!

We are also starting to think about the MCF Banquet to wrap up the 2013 season and kick off the 2014 season. As usual we will award the various Rider of the Year awards as well as the 2nd Annual Spielberg Memorial Award winners. We can already announce the winners of the MCF Road Rider of the Year awards and they are as follows:

 
Masters 35+
   1. Mark Mlinar 
   2. Todd Foster 
   3. Jay Henderson 
 
Masters 50+
   1. Dan Schueller 
   2. Dave Gray 
   3. Jeffrey Hilligoss 
   
Men 1/2
   1. Tristin Bentzler 
   2. Tim Mulrooney 
   3. Nicholas Kimpton 
 
Men 3
   1. Tim Karels 
   2. Michael Kokotovich 
   3. Marcus Bush 
   
Men 4
   1. Ryan Larson 
   2. Kevin Laux
   
Women 1/2
   (none qualified)
   
Women 3
   1. Angie Johnson 
   2. Kristy Henderson 
   
Women 4
   1. Nancy Runge 
   2. Meghan Mason 
   3. Anya Malarski 
 
Girls 10-14
   1. Jenna Westlake 
 
Girls 15-18
   (none qualified)
   
Boys 10-14
   1. Samuel Westlake 
   2. Nick Gordon 
   
Boys 15-18
   1. Colin Catlin 
   2. Trek Malarski 
 
Congratulations MCF Riders of the Year!
 
MCF Minutes 10-7-2013 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chris Smith   
Monday, 14 October 2013 13:20

 Minutes from the October 7 MCF meeting can be found here.

 
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ROY Leaders

Standings as of August 12, 2013

  • Boys 10-14 - Samuel Westlake
  • Boys 15-18 - Colin Catlin
  • Girls 10-14 - Jenna Westlake
  • Girls 15-18 - Kelly Catlin
  • Masters 35+ - Mark Mlinar
  • Masters 50+ - Dan Schueller
  • Men 1/2 - Tristin Bentzler
  • Men 3 - Tim Karels
  • Men 4 - Edison Foster
  • Women 1/2 - Teresa Moriarty
  • Women 3 - Angie Johnson
  • Women 4 - Meghan Mason/Nancy Runge
Twin Six

CRY Leaders

Standings as of December 9, 2013

  • Junior boys 10-14 - Nick Gordon
  • Junior boys 15-18 - Samuel Westlake
  • Junior girls 10-14 - Jenna Westlake
  • Junior girls 15-18 - Anya Malarski
  • Masters 35+ - Keven Kvalsten
  • Masters 45+ - Michael Phillips
  • Masters 55+ - John Thompson
  • Men 1/2 - Eric Thompson
  • Men 3 - Dave Fetters
  • Singlespeed - Marcus Bush
  • Women 1/2 - Linda Sone
  • Women 3 - Anya Malarski

TROY Leaders

Final 2013 Standings

Men

  1. Nate Brenamann (114)
  2. Andy Kruse (83)
  3. Brandon Krawczyk (76)
  4. Matt Montesano (76)
  5. Dan Currell (56)

Women

  1. Abby Ruess (57)
  2. Anya Malarski (45)
  3. Linsey Hamilton (28)
  4. Melissa Dahlman (24)
  5. Meg Browning (24)