Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Brought to you by New River Bikes and the Fayette Chamber of Commerce, the Fayetteville Cyclocross Race is the Grand Finale of the Bridge Day Festival weekend. Bridge Day is West Virginia’s largest weekend festival with over 100 thousand spectators walking the Western Hemisphere’s longest Single Arch Bridge. Base Jumping, rappelling, and family activities add to Saturdays’ celebration and mark the end of the season’s white water rafting activities. Come for the weekend, enjoy the festival and get ready for Round 2 of the West Virginia Cyclocross Series on Sunday. The Fayetteville Cyclocross!!!

Thank you for supporting your local cycling community by participating in West Virginia’s first annual Cyclocross series. The Fayetteville Cyclocross race is a great way to experience the fastest growing cycling discipline and West Virginia’s biggest weekend festival all while keeping that summer fitness rolling into the winter months. Bring your bike and cowbells to America’s, “coolest small town” for the Bridge Day festival and race. All riders are welcome and mountain bikes are welcome to race. Disc brakes, carbon this, carbon that are all fine just NO bar ends please. The Shogren's will be there racing there tandem and that worth the drive down just to see that. See you all there!
J.R. "Fatboy" Petsko

Series Class! - Men's A, Men's B, Clydesdale/Tandem, Men's Vet (40 +), Women Open, Single Speed Open.

Entry Fee:
$25.00 for Race Day Registration
$10.00 for each addition race entered

Race Times:
11:00am - Vet(40+), Women Open, single Speed Open(45 minutes plus 1 lap)
12:45pm - Men’s B, Clydesdale/Tandem(45 minutes plus 1 lap)
2:15pm - Men's A (60 minutes plus 1 lap)

Cash awards for A Men and Women Open. (Depth is representative of attendance) + Local Artisan Made Trophy’s for top Man and Woman. Generous prize table for all other classes provide by race sponsors.

Race Dinner:
All racers are encouraged to attend post race dinner at Diogi’s Mexican restaurant where they will receive a 10% discount on food.