July 1st Update Week 11

Kudo’s to the great performances by our Team Swift Juniors at Nationals on the TT course. Luke Lamperti won his second TT national championship in the 11/12 age group. Isabella Brunner on the podium with a 3rd in the 11/12 age group. Gianni Lamperti and Emily Abraham finished top 20 with Ben Cook and Isaiah Chass in the top half of their categories.  Shout out to BMC’s devo team for a U23 win by TJ Eisenhart in the TT and a 4th from Swift alum Tyler Williams.  So proud of them all.

 

On another note, due to the lack of turn out due to Nationals and the 4th of July holiday, our turn out for July 1st resulted in no Juniors race (expected) and no women’s race, that one is interesting, only three women showed, and I am pretty sure that there are more than 3 women that race out of Northern California.  Would love to understand why the women are not showing.  I was going to cancel the July 8th race but have decided to go ahead and put it on since it’s paid for, but I have a feeling the turnout might be small again.

 

Just an fyi, on July 1st I know there we additional preme’s added to the last couple of races because of the amazing product donations made by the Amazing Fighin Boba’s, whoop whoop, thank you so much.  But I am NOT going to give points for those additional premes.  I know you were told they would count, but I don’t think it’s fair to change the way we’re doing points mid stream.  So don’t freak if the total points that I’ve posted aren’t what you think you got.  My rules….ha!

 

July 8th Marshal volunteers: Red Peloton

July 8th, Juniors race for FREE thanks to James Randolph owner of Lou Saare!

July 8th the following winners will race for FREE:

Cat 4/5: James Fisher

Cat 3/4: Eamon Keating

P123: Charlie Schneider

 

July 8th, KIDS racing night.  PLEASE NO CHALK AT THE FAIRGROUND, we will get charged if there is chalk on the road or the sidewalks, sorry.  Red Peloton will be heading up the kids at registration, please please sign a waiver for your little one and get a bib number. Be careful and have fun.

Here’s the scoop:

 

Youth Cyclists of Sonoma County

Come participate in the Tuesday Night Twilights this 2014 Season

One Night Only, Special Categories for Young Riders
Tuesday July 8, 2014

 

All participants begin at 6:20 at the registration area.

Bring your helmet, arrive early for instructions,

sign a waiver and get ready to ride the course!

 

 

Tricycles and Training Wheels – finish straight away 300 yards – meet at registration after completing a waiver
Up to 8 years old – 1/2 lap -meet at registration after completing a waiver
9-14 years old – one lap+ -meet at registration after completing a waiver

Come celebrate another great year of racing by riding the same course as the racers. All participants receive special recognition of their accomplishment.

 

Attention Adult racers – Please help our youth cyclist by volunteering during this event. Join us at the registration area at the finish of the 4/5 race (before the 3/4 race begins) in order to help lead the riders around the circuit. Course marshals – let’s make sure our young riders stay on course.

 

June 18 Update

Race Results and Points Series have been updated.

 

The following Riders will race for free next week because they won their race on June 17th:

 

Juniors: Ryan Clarke

Women: Isabel Brunner

Cat 4/5: William Sitch

Cat 3/4: Jim Forni

P123: Gavin Murray

 

Next weeks volunteer marshals June 24:

Red Peloton

 

Don’t forget to check out the Thursday Night Time Trials in Petaluma.  Check out Bici Bikes of Petaluma webpage and Facebook for details.

Happy Fathers Day and let’s race on Tuesday

Hi All,
Happy Fathers Day to all you pops out there. Hope you are having a great day!

 

We’re on for this Tuesday! Remember Diane and Tim won’t have the CC reader
so Cash, Check or paypal (online) while I’m gone.

 

The following race for free because you won at the last TNTs:
Juniors: Luke Lamperti
Women: Jen Kruger
4/5: Aria Kiani
3/4: Jim Forni
P123: Jonathan Lee

 

This week our volunteers are team Colavita (thank you so much), please arrive by
5:15, or a bit earlier if possible.

 

June 24th volunteers are Red Peloton.

 

Please race safe!

 

Thanks so much,
Ronnie

HashTag

 

 

A huge thank you to Mike’s Bikes for providing the TNTs not only with marshals, bringing a gang out to race but also for making it a Mike’s Bikes night.  Thank you so much for coming all the way up to Santa Rosa and adding to the fun.

 

Thank you to my Registration Team in training who will be manning the marshals and registration while I am gone from June 6th – July 18th.  I know everything will run smoothly.

 

Thank you to Seth Wood of Red Peloton for his donations of gift cards and kewl water bottle from Wood Four Brewing Company.  It’s very appreciated.

 

 

Yup, you read it here, we have a hashtag….#Tuesdaynighttwilights. YEAH!

 

Anyone lose a pair of glasses during the 4/5 race (I think).  They aren’t in great shape, but I’ve got them.

 

Please be mindful of your language while racing, I know it’s in the heat of the moment, but there are kids and parents around. Please just be careful and think before you react.  YOU are the one we look to to help teach others, please set the example.

 

June 3rd stuff:

Volunteer Marshals Team Swift and Early Bird Women share night

Uber Bikes will be sponsoring the night, yeah.

Juniors race for FREE, thank you James Randolph from Lou Saare  You need a fender bender mender, he’s the guy!

 

The following race for free:

Jrs: Luke Lamperti

Women: Emily Abraham

Cat 4/5: Tyler Symcox

Cat 3/4: Eamon Keating

P123: Dana Williams

 

 

Just to remind everyone of our racing schedule:

June 3 – Juniors Race Free, Volunteers Uber Bikes night and Team Swift/Early Bird Women

June 17 – Volunteers Colavita

June 24 – Volunteers Red Peloton

July 1 – Volunteers Amazing Fightin Bobas

July 8 – Juniors Race Free, Volunteers Red Peloton

August 19 – Juniors Race Free, Volunteers Red Peloton

A Chance in the Big Leagues

If you are a mountain bike racer, a cat 4, cat 5 or a strong unlicensed racer, but thirst for the competition of mixing it up with the fastest riders in the last race at the Tuesday Night Twilights, then we have an opportunity we know you can’t pass up.

 

Even though the last race of the night is reserved for experienced road racers from category 3 to professional, the program “A Chance in the Big Leagues” will allow one rider per Tuesday to join in the fast race, an amazing, competitive challenge.

 

“How do I sign up for this?” you ask. Well that part’s pretty easy. Apply (or nominate someone, with their approval) via email toVeronika@tuesdaynighttwilights.com. All you need to do is let us know:

1 Your name, contact info, experience, and team (if applicable)

2. If you are licensed or not: MTB license? CX license?

3. Briefly state why you want to be selected to A Chance in the Big Leagues.

4. If you nominate someone, make sure you have their permission to do so and include their email address on the request/nomination submission.

 

Your name will be entered in a weekly drawing, on the Thursday prior to the race. The winning selection will be drawn from the entries and then vetted by a three-member panel and the approved name will be announced on the TNT’s Facebook page and website as well as directly to you via email.  One entry per week will be selected.

 

You never know what kind of amazing talent the fast race will bring out on any given week. Many, many seasoned pros, world champion medalists, Tour de France yellow jersey wearers and national champions have come out to light it up at the TNTs; Steven Cozza, Rushlee Buchanan (NZ Olympian and current NZ road champion), Westly Gough (NZ Olympian), Alison Tetrick, Laura Charameda, Peter Stetina, Scott Nydam, Glenn Mitchell, Mike Sayers, Ryan Eastman, Levi Leipheimer, Dave Zabriske to name a few.

 

The standard Race Entry of $15 will apply.

 

Let us know if you have any questions. If you or your team knows of someone you would like to nominate, email their name in to us.

More stuff

Next week (5/27) the following amazing riders race for free:
Gianni Lamperti
Cara Fitchett
Eric Blackburn
Ryan Clarke (duh)
Charlie Schneider

 

Points Series stats have been updated

 

Next weeks Marshals (May 27) Bike’s Mikes, it’s also Mike’s Bikes night!!!
I’ve heard rumors that they will be showing in full force, should be a GREAT night of racing. Oh Yeah!!!

 

June 3rd team marshal volunteers are shared by Team Swift and Early Bird Women

June 3rd is sponsored by Uber-Bikes

June 3rd Juniors race for free thanks to Lou Saare

 

Oh, need help with the start finish, I’ll help with the last race since I had sooo much fun the other day! Hoping Ryan Eastman will help out again, arm in sling and all.

May 7th tidbits

Just a couple of changes:

 

June 3rd will be Juniors FREE racing night, NOT the 17th.

 

Mike’s Bikes will be hosting May 27th, they will be marshaling and have bought the night so all expenses will be paid by Mike’s Bikes!

 

Uber-Bikes night be will June 3rd, Denver Booker has bought the night, so all expenses will be paid, yeah!

 

Points leaders to date:

Jrs: Ryan Clarke 50

Women: Angel Garbarino 62

4/5: Eric Blackburn 39

3/4: Ryan Clarke 52

P123: Mike Charleton 35

 

Remember on the last day of the series, the points leaders from each racing category (so 5 people) will pull from a hat and win an awesome gift card donated by your most awesome bike shops that will have values of $250.00, $300.00 and several at $500.00.

No racing on May 13th

Just a reminder that we will NOT have crits on May 13th.

 

Marshal volunteers for May 20th are Velo Fratelo.

 

Riders that will race for free on May 6th are:

Gianni Lamberti
Eric Blackburn
Ryan Clarke
Charlie Schnider

Thank you Camelbak

Looky looky at what we’re getting this Tuesday!!!

 

Woohoo, a huge shout out to Leonard Brenner from Camelbak for donating this Tuesday’s goodies. Everyone that get’s 1st, 2nd, 3rd or wins a preme will get one of these bad boys!!!



New Sponsor Uber-Bike

We have another new sponsor that I would like to welcome to the TNT family; Uber Bike high-end road bike rentals in Northern California wine country owned by Denver Booker. He will soon be located in Sebastopol at the old West County location. Please visit his website to find out more and watch for his grand opening.

 

Thank you so very much for your very generous donation.  Uber-Bike will own a night at the Tuesday Night Twilights.

 



Important Documents for You:

The 2014 TNT Flyer is HERE.

The 2014 TNT Waiver is HERE.

The Fairgrounds Course Map is HERE.

Our Generous Sponsors:

To find out more about our Sponsors, please see the Sponsors page, or click HERE

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