Friday, March 27, 2009
Soaring Eagle part deux
The 4th race of the Singletrack Cycles West Side Mountain Bike Series will occur at Soaring Eagle Park, this Sunday, March 29. The course will be the same as on March 1, and will go the same direction (I am sorry that I told some of you that it would be in reverse). The following link will get you to a map of where the park entrance is located: http://maps.google.com/maps?q=259th+Ave+%26+E+Main+Dr,+Sammamish,+WA+98074
It should be another fun day. Come prepared for any type of weather.
Registration will occur in the parking lot at the entrance to the park. Please remember if you are warming up on the course during another race, use the etiquette that you would want given to you, always allow the racers the priority. Also, if you are warming up, you should not be crossing the finish line, however if you do, cover your number or tell the finish line staff that you are warming up. Please use good parking practices. Thank you.
Here are the remaining events for the series:
·Sunday, March 29
Soaring Eagle Park, Sammamish
·Sunday, April 5
Cookin’ in the Kettles, Whidbey Island
· Saturday, April 11
South SeaTac Park
Come on out and have some fun.
Again, we have great sponsors. This year our title sponsor is Singletrack Cycles. Other sponsors include Black Diamond Bike, Oh Boy Oberto, Old Town Bicycle, Pedal Dynamics, Center Cycle Kore, and nuun. The Cookin’ in the Kettles event also has local sponsors, Skagit Bicycle Club, Bicycles Northwest and Skagit Cycle.
On our calendar is a map of where the park is and you can get directions. The address is
An event flier is on our website at: http://www.buduracing.com/pdf/mt%20bike%20race%20flier%202009.pdf
This includes the event release form.
Here are the links if you would like to register on-line:
3/29 - http://www.BikeReg.com/events/register.asp?eventid=8237
4/5 - http://www.BikeReg.com/events/register.asp?eventid=8239
4/11 - http://www.BikeReg.com/events/register.asp?eventid=8238
If you see someone from the parks department there, thank them, as they have worked to keep the trails in good order. On Saturday, they have some people coming out do to trail maintenance as well. Also, thank Mike Gaudio for his work (and his team), he is wonderful!
See you soon!
BuDu Racing - Event Management