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
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
Alison Mundell writes about taking 2nd place in the Tecumseh Trail Marathon six weeks after fracturing her skull in a bike crash.
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
As I drove Comm. Car 2 around Cherokee Park at 45 mph during the USA Cycling Amateur Road National Championships, I got to talk with the official in the passenger's seat. I told him that while I was in college I had been a part of a collegiate club and currently volunteer my time as … Continue reading Journal: Why the Cardinal Cup is Different
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The student members of the Student Cycling Coalition cast their ballots on Nov. 30 to elect the organization's student leaders for the 2017 calendar year. Headlining the results is the selection of engineering student John Francisco as president. Francisco brings years of experience to the leadership of the Student Cycling Coalition. A three year member … Continue reading Francisco Elected President, SCC Election Results
Sunday, October 23rd, 8:10 AM. I slip my lights on, snap my helmet, chug the last of the water in my glass, grab my backpack, and head out the door. Today is a great day for cyclocross. My sleepy muscles start to loosen up as I pedal the 6 chilly miles towards the river. I’m … Continue reading Journal: Kelsey takes on Storm Eva Bandman as a Tomato