A Women's Cycling Resource


Championship Roller Racing

A Fundraiser
Benefitting the Young Survival Coalition*

Wednesday: February 24, 2010

A Jack Simes Production

Categories: Pro 1 Mile • Women 1K • Open 1K

5:30 Rider Registration                          8:30 Audience Challenges    

6:30 Time Trials                                   9:00 Pro Semi-Finals

7:30 Women & Open Semi-Finals                   Pro Finals: 7th-8th, 5th-6th.

8:00 Women & Open Finals                   9:30 Pro Finals 3rd & 4th, 1st & 2nd

        Pro 1/4 Finals                              10:00 Awards

Arrive early for dinner and the best seats. Happy hour specials until 7pm

Admission $5; Children 12 & Under 1/2 Price

Watch local pro cyclists compete on stage in head to head action or
consider challenging yourself in the open category.


Triumph Brewing Company                      Entry fees for Pro and Women—$20

400 Union Square                                    Entry fee for Open category— $10

New Hope, PA 18938                                Prizes ~ Giveaways ~ Raffles

Contact: Janine Carroll                                  

tel: 215.266.0806


*Young Survival Coalition (YSC) is the premier international organization dedicated to the critical is-sues unique to young women and breast cancer. YSC works with survivors, caregivers and the medical, research, advocacy and legislative communities to increase the quality and quantity of life for women diagnosed with breast cancer ages 40 and under. www.youngsurvival.org



velochicks.com wants to hear from you!  What inspires you to ride or race your bike? Do you have a bike adventure, upcoming event or race report you would like to share?  Contact velochicks.com and we'll put you on our site!

Find Cycling Clubs and Race Teams


Girls like to get dirty too!  Don't miss this fun filled Mountain Bike Weekend.  Rides for all skill level.  Camping, vendors, demo's, beer tasting, coffee bar and more!

Marco Quezada Photography

Bicycle Baby


    Adventures of Dirty Girl    

Photo by Anthony Skorochod


   Jim Thorpe Trail Coalition