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North American Cyclocross Trophy Looks Ahead to Next Season

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    North American Cyclocross Trophy Looks Ahead to Next Season Fresh off the success of the inaugural season that saw Ryan Trebon and Georgia Gould capture the
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      North American Cyclocross Trophy Looks Ahead to Next Season

      Fresh off the success of the inaugural season that saw Ryan Trebon and
      Georgia Gould capture the individual titles, as well as the coveted
      "champions belts," the North American Cyclocross Trophy is already
      looking ahead to its second season.

      The North American Cyclocross Trophy, created in 2008, is comprised of
      "the classic cyclocross races" of North America. Each race on the tour
      has a long history and represent the essence of the sport.

      The inaugural season included eight events:
      * Full Speed Ahead Star Crossed on September 20
      * RAD Racing Gran Prix on September 21
      * The Erdinger Gran Prix of Gloucester on October 11-12
      * The Boulder Cup weekend on November 1-2
      * Whitmore's Landscaping Super Cross Cup weekend on November 22-23

      With an eye toward modest expansion, the NACT directors are looking for
      prospective events to add to the 2009 schedule. Key criteria for event
      inclusion in the series include a 2-year history of UCI C2 status,
      minimum field sizes for Elite Men and Women, minimum spectator
      attendance and adherence to UCI Technical Standards. A complete list of
      criteria is included in the Race Requirement package.

      Complete information is available at: http://www.nacyclocross.com

      For more information on the North American Cyclocross Trophy or a Race
      Requirement package contact Terry Buchanan at 425-503-2333 or
      terry@.... Brook Watts will also be available for questions
      at the promoters meeting that US Cyclocross Nationals next week.
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