2004 Hood River Cyclocross Classic
Hood River, Oregon
Sunday, September 26th
Presented by: Disco Velo, Discover Bicycles, New York City Sub Shops and
with the cooperation of Hood River Valley High School
Join us out in Hood River for a great way to kick off the 'cross season.
Same great location as the last two years. Bring the whole family and enjoy
a beautiful late summer/early fall day in the Columbia River Gorge.
10:30am Kiddy 'Cross Race (4-7 years, 8-12) (Grass
11:00am Juniors, Cat. C (beginners), Masters 45+, Women 35+ (40 minutes)
12:00pm Cat. B, Women (45 minutes)
1:00pm Cat. A, Masters 35-44 (60 minutes)
*4-7 group will do a special course on the grass, 8-12 will do one lap of
the race course with adult volunteers
Registration Opens at 10:00am and runs until 15 minutes before each race.
Pre-registration can be sent to Jeff Lorenzen, 1021 May Street, Hood River,
Include standard OBRA release. Checks payable to Disco Velo. Fees are $18
for Cat. A, $10 for Juniors, free for the Kiddy Race, and $15 for all other
categories. OBRA membership is required. One-day licenses can be purchased
race day for $5.
Men A: $250 7-deep
Women A: $150 5 deep
Men B: $100 5 deep
All other categories will be competing for glory, scabs, and the
satisfaction of a job well-done. All Kiddy participants will receive a
Race is at Hood River Valley High School. From I-84 East or West, take exit
#62. At the top of the off-ramp, turn right, then immediately turn right
again onto Country Club Road. Take the first left turn (less than a mile)
onto Frankton Road. Follow Frankton up the hill to the first stop sign. At
the stop sign, take a left on Belmont. Stay on Belmont to the High School,
which will be on your right. (Belmont change names to Indian Creek Drive,
but it should be pretty clear where you are). If you are coming from Bend,
Take Highway 35 to Odell, then follow signs through Odell to Hood
River/Tucker Road. Tucker Road will bring you to Windmaster Corner. High
School is straight ahead.
For questions, call or email Jeff Lorenzen at (541) 490-6837 or
Please use the darn Port-a-Potties, not the bushes. Also, please, please,
please, do not ride your bikes on the athletic fields. We don?t want to lose
another great venue.