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  • Ian Lawless
    Howdy handcyclists. . . . Ii just realized this list was here. I just wanted everyone to know that the USHF has confirmed the first few events of the
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 19, 2000
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      Howdy handcyclists. . . .

      Ii just realized this list was here.

      I just wanted everyone to know that the USHF has confirmed the first
      few events of the season.....and they are biggies!

      1. The Lance Armstrong BMC Criterium and Ride for the Roses
      April 7-9, 2000 -- Austin, Tx
      2. The Xcelerate Twilight Criterium & Road Race (formerly Golden Pantry
      Twilight). April 29-30, 2000 - Athens, GA
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      Both events are about the biggest thing to happen to handcycling
      *ever*! The Lance Armstrong foundation has graciously taken us under
      their wing to help promote Lance's "Live to Ride" campaign. The weekend
      features a *twilight* criterim on Saturday, 4/8/00, and a recreational
      ride (10,25,50 or 100 miles) on Sunday, 4/9/00. In addition, the USHF
      will have a booth during the weekend and St. David's Rehab center in
      Austin will host a clinic on Saturday morning. Sunday's ride will
      feature all top pro U.S. Cyclists like Lance Armstrong and Tyler
      Hamilton....in addition to past cycling greats like Miguel Indurain.
      All handcyclists are invited to participate and go for a ride with the
      pros.

      The Xcelerate Twilight in Athens is brought to us by FEI Velo, who have
      promoted handcycling at their event (which features 30,000-40,000
      screaming fans) for the last 4 years. This year promises to showcase
      handcycling once again in "the biggest bike race in America."

      For more information, check the USHF website: www.ushf.org
      or the Lance Armstrong Foundation website: www.laf.org
      or the FEI Velo website: www.gobike1.com
      or call the UHSF hotline @ 1.800.457.7747

      Happy handcycling !

      Ian Lawless
      Competition Director
      U.S. Handcycling Federation
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