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Arctic Cross - Mirror Lake Middle School
RACE SCHEDULE ArcticCross #1 Sat., Sept. 8 Twilight Race at Stadium at Kincaid Park* ArcticCross #2 Sat., Sept. 15 Service High School** ArcticCross #3 Sat., Sept. 22 Mirror Lake Middle School ArcticCross #4 Sat., Sept. 29 Cartee/Russian Jack North ArcticCross #5 Sun., Sept. 30 Alaska Pacific University** ArcticCross #6 Sat., Oct. 8 World Cup at Kincaid Park ArcticCross #7 Sat., Oct. 13 Kincaid Stadium, followed by dinner & awards at Kincaid chalet *Twilight race starts with Kiddo Kross at 4:30PM, followed by Juniors at 5. See event page/poster for more details and start times! **Pending approval. Stay tuned on and Facebook for updates. COST Adults: $20/race or $100 for series. Juniors (under 18): free Remember, you must also be a member of the Arctic Bicycle Club to race ArcticCross events: Sign up here: COURSES Cyclocross courses are 1.5 to 2 mile circuits. They incorporate pavement, grass, mud, run-ups, and barriers. Cyclocross is the ideal cross-training sport for the transition season. SERIES Best 5 of 7 races count toward points total. Pre-Season Bib Pickup/Registration - Chain Reaction Cycles - Fri. Sept. 7, 5-7pm LATEST DETAILS: WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/ARCTICCROSSAL... WWW.ARCTICCROSS.ORG RACE TIMES 10:30 am – Novice/Intermediate Men, Junior Elite Boys, Master 55+ Men, & Unicycles 40 minutes + one lap 11:30 am - Novice/Intermediate, Junior Elite, Single Speed, Master 40+, Master 55+, & Open Women 40 minutes + one lap 12:30 pm - Juniors 20 minutes + one lap 1:00 pm - Kiddo Kross (pedallers & striders) One Lap (short course) 1:30 pm - Single Speed, Master 40+, & Open Men 50 minutes + one lap

Mirror Lake Middle School

22901 Lake Hill Drive · Anchorage

What we're about

This meet-up group is a way for ALL of biking in Anchorage to come together. Whether you are a novice, expert or somewhere in between. If you enjoy road cycling, mountain biking, cyclocross, fat tire, randonneuring or any other form of cycling, Bike Me Anchorage! is the place for you.

Bike Me Anchorage! riding events are defined by a number of parameters, which include type, distance, pace, terrain, course.

Type: Indicates the degree of organizational support for the ride (e.g. impromptu, organizer led, or an event organized by a 3rd party such as a century ride) and what type of bicycle is most appropriate; e.g. road bike, fat tire, mountain bike, etc.

Distance: One of the most obvious parameters is how far we’ll ride. Distance is measured in miles (unless specified otherwise) and rides will vary from 15 to 100+ miles. Mid-week rides, due to time constraints will typically be between 15 – 35 miles. Weekend rides may be anywhere between 15 – 100 miles. Mountain, cyclocross and fat tire bike rides would not typically focus on distance but rather length of time.

Pace: Describes how fast we’ll ride and is measured in miles per hour. Leisure rides will be in the 12-14 mph range. Moderate paced rides are 15 – 18 mph, while a fast paced ride will be 18+ mph. Some riding events will be targeted at a specific pace, while other rides will accommodate all paces.

Terrain: Indicates the type of surface the ride will be on; e.g. road, dirt, paved trail, unpaved trail, flat, hilly, mountain, snow, etc.

Course: Describes the path or route of the ride. Some rides will need and include maps & cue sheets. Other rides will not and will be guided by the ride leader. Anyone is encouraged to participate in our rides regardless of skill level or bike.

All rides are 'No Drop' which means you will not be left behind. All rides include one or more rest stops allowing everybody a chance to catch up, stretch and catch their breath. Remember, no matter what other goals you might have for a particular ride, having a fun and safe ride is our most important goal. So come on out, meet some new friends and enjoy the ride!

A few other things to keep in mind…

Risk of Injury: Like any athletic activity, cycling entails an inherent risk of injury and you acknowledge and accept that risk, and agree that Bike Me Anchorage! and its group leaders are not responsible for rider safety and/or injury. Helmets are mandatory on all rides.

Photos: For security purposes, all members are required to have a current photo attached to their Meet-Up profile that clearly shows their face. Additionally, photos will be taken at events and posted to the groups web site.

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