Race Journal: Mitchell Ford Places 4th in Men’s B Road Race at the Cardinal Omnium

Mitchell Ford talks about his experience in the Collegiate Men's B Road Race at the Cardinal Omnium  The 2018 Cardinal Omnium started at Joe Huber's Family Farm and Restaurant in Starlight, IN and featured a hilly 12.3 mile loop. The Collegiate B field consisted of 13 riders, with 5-6 from Indiana University, 3-4 from Wisconsin, … Continue reading Race Journal: Mitchell Ford Places 4th in Men’s B Road Race at the Cardinal Omnium

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Race Journal: Alum Ryson Walden Finishes 2nd in the Cardinal Omnium Criterium

Road Race at Huber's Orchard Saturday, March 17, 2018 The men’s 3/4 road race was a relatively large field, so the pace stayed fast but manageable through the first 30 or so miles. A couple of breakaways formed, but all of them were reeled back in in due time. There was a little chaos while we … Continue reading Race Journal: Alum Ryson Walden Finishes 2nd in the Cardinal Omnium Criterium

Top 5 things that are new for the Cardinal Omnium in 2018

The Cardinal Omnium is a bigger, better version of the Cardinal Criterium of the past two years. It first started out as a one-day collegiate and domestic race in 2016. The next year it expanded to two days, and this year, the plans are more ambitious than ever before. Here’s what’s different about this year’s … Continue reading Top 5 things that are new for the Cardinal Omnium in 2018

Cardinal Omnium to have Chip Timing

It’s official! We’re adding chip timing to the Cardinal Omnium in 2018. This race has steadily improved every year we’ve put it on and it’s that evolution that makes great events what they are. For 2018 we’re glad to have brought on board J. Baumeister of Tenspeeds Production as the official chip timer for the … Continue reading Cardinal Omnium to have Chip Timing

Cardinal Cup Course Report: Eva Bandman

Following a great day of racing at Ft. Duffield today, we’re busy getting things ready for tomorrow’s Short Track events at Eva Bandman Park. Due to some standing water in the low sections of the park, the existing course has been modified to keep tomorrow’s races fast and dry. There was still some light mud … Continue reading Cardinal Cup Course Report: Eva Bandman

#CardinalCup weather and course update Mid-Day, Sept 1

Hurricane Harvey, which brought unprecedented amounts of rainfall throughout the southern region of the country, has hit the Ohio River valley. Forecasts are calling for up to 6" of rain throughout Friday, Sept 1st. At the time of writing, the Cardinal Cup, with its Cross Country and Downhill Courses at Ft. Duffield in West Point, … Continue reading #CardinalCup weather and course update Mid-Day, Sept 1

Cardinal Cup Weather Update

We have been keeping a close eye on the weather, and are excited to say that both days of racing are still on! The remnants of Hurricane Harvey will be passing through town on Friday, but should be gone by race time on Saturday. Due to the topography of the park and the design of … Continue reading Cardinal Cup Weather Update

I forgot to Pre-Reg but I want to race. What do I do?

You're in luck pal. Pre-registration ended for the Cardinal Cup at Midnight last night, but if you still want to race mountain bikes, we won't turn you away. Here's what we can do for you if you decide to race last minute. One-Day Licenses USA Cycling really likes mountain bikers. Because of this, they allow … Continue reading I forgot to Pre-Reg but I want to race. What do I do?

Course Updates and Pre-Reg Info for Cardinal Cup

It's that time of the week! We're into the single digits of the countdown and we're dotting the i's and crossing the t's. Course Changes If you've ever raced at Ft. Duffield during the Kentucky Points Series races, get ready, because we've changed up the cross country course. It's a shorter loop now, and it travels … Continue reading Course Updates and Pre-Reg Info for Cardinal Cup