Posted by Editoress on 04/23/12
Latest News from Chico Racing
Specialized Demo Day, May 6th
Specialized is pleased to partner with Chico Racing to host a Demo Day at Albion Hills on May 6, 2012 from 10 am until 2 pm. Come and preview part of the Summer Solstice race course on a new 2012 Specialized Demo bike! You will have your choice of Epic, or Stumpjumper (FSR & HT). For those who prefer to ride on the road, we will have your choice of Roubaix, Secteur, Tarmac, and Venge. Each ride will be 45 minutes, and at the end you will receive a free Specialized water bottle! Don't forget to bring your helmet, shoes and pedals. We also recommend that you bring your bike as that is the easiest way to approximate measurements for your test ride. Please remember that normal trail fees will apply.
For info on trail fees and Albion Hills please click here
24 Hours Summer Solstice
Specialized is also a proud sponsor of the 15th anniversary of the Summer Solstice. Come and visit the Specialized booth at the race and take a 2012 Specialized bike out for a ride & some other fun surprises! If you are riding a Specialized bike on lap you will receive truly royal treatment: reserved bike parking in the holding area, special prizes on course and other perks! Specialized is also giving away an Epic Comp 29er as a draw prize.
Because we love to have fun, we'll also be offering prizes for the best costume, team with the most spirit, and others. Keep watching the Chico website for more info and surprises as we get closer to the race! Register now for the 24 Hours of Summer Solstice at www.chicoracing.com
Plastiglas Ontario Cup Series Registration Closes April 25th
Every season people forget to take advantage of the Ontario Cup Series Full Series Entry that is ending April 25. This entry includes all 7 events, savings and the t-shirt to go with it!
Register now for the full series including Canada Cup now and save money. After April 25 we will no longer accept registrations for the full series.
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