- The Trifecta SeriesMarch 16th, 2019Are you ready?
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Instagram: @ziavelo_cyclingCongrats to ZVC racers for a job well done at the Trifecta road race! Marcel Berger - 2nd CollA Tamatha Risner - 1st Cat 1/2 Kevin Quattlebaum - 1st Masters A Jerry Garcia - 2nd Masters A Phil Simpson.- 2nd Masters B Laura Burkett - 1st Cat 4/5 Haley MacDonald - 2nd Cat 4/5 #ziavelo_cycling #vescovotoyotaSome still attempted the TT. Officials and ZVC directors were there for those that did!
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ZVC was out in full force racing at yesterday’s Tommy Knocker 10 hour mountain bike race and shining the ZiaVelo colors!
Podiums: Jerry Garcia and Tamatha Risner 1st place Duo Co-Ed category, 11 laps (all under an hour) with a total of 134 miles, only one of two teams of 62 total to do so. Jerry got the fastest lap of all 250 competitors!
Eric Collins and teammate Kevin Quattlebaum 2nd in the Duo Men’s category with 10 laps
Haley MacDonald 3rd in the Solo Single Speed with a total of 8 laps
Laura Larisch 1st the 40+ Womens category completing 7 laps.
Jakob Saari 2nd place Junior category
Finishers: Shane and Lola Cunico Duo Co-Ed 7 laps
Elo Torres and Rick Esparza 6 laps Duo Co-Ed
Donovan Bailey 6 laps 50+ Men
Longino Bustillos 6 laps 50+ Men
ZVC represented at the Tucson Bicycle Classic this past weekend. Al Senft finished 2nd GC in the highly competitive Masters category with a time trial win. Laura Burkett finished 3rd GC in the Cat 4 category. Marcel Berger and Tamatha Risner had strong finishes racing with some top Pros in the large Pro/1 and Pro/1/2 categories. Jerry Garcia had a strong 6th place finish in the time trial and finished strong in the circuit race. Way to represent!
A few ZiaVelo Cyclists raced last weekend at the Vuelta Santa Catalina in Tucson, AZ. Al Senft, Marcel Berger, and Tamatha Risner raced 80 miles in the Pro/1/2 categories and had notable finishes in the top half of their stacked and highly competitive fields. Way to get out there and represent!
A few other races are coming up close to home. Valley of the Sun stage race will be held next weekend in Phoenix and Tucson Bicycle Classic, also a stage race, is March 1-3. Check our calendar for events dates and information.
Most important, our ZiaVelo Trifecta Series will be here March 16/17. It will be as epic as always and include a time trial, Saturday morning, a criterium, Saturday afternoon, and the Hillsboro road race on Sunday. For more Trifecta race information and to register, go to NewMexicoSports online. Hope to see everyone out representing the ZiaVelo colors! If you are not racing, there is plenty to do that weekend by volunteering for the event. This event only happens in part to our amazing volunteers! If you’d like to help, please email Kurt Austin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2019 NM Series has some new changes to categories, starts, and points. Click here to view the rule book.
Happy Tailwinds (especially now that spring is on it’s way!)
It’s hard to believe that the year is coming to an end. There are great plans ahead for ZVC for 2019! Be sure to renew your 2019 ZiaVelo Club membership! If you are sporting the ZVC colors, be sure to help support the club. To do so click here.
Few more things…
Please note that the dates for the Trifecta have been moved to March 16/17, rather than the first weekend of March, due to conflicts with other events. Stay tuned for more information to come. It looks like this will be the first road race in the NM Road Series.
Be sure to check the calendar. Events get added as they are confirmed.
Don’t let the cooler temps keep you from riding! Hope to see you out there!
If you want ZiaVelo kits for next year, this is your only chance! Be sure to order before the November 13 deadline. To order click here.
To register for ZiaVelo Cycling Membership, click here.
I just wanted to write a quick note to thank everybody that helped out at the TOLC. I know this is dangerous, because I’m bound to forget somebody.
That being said……
Thanks to everyone that helped in any area where you saw a need….tremendous support.
Thanks to Dave for getting this up and going on the NMSportsonline website.
Thanks to Tammy for all of the pre and post ride social media exposure and photos.
Thanks to Kurt for marking the course! Everybody said it was well done and nobody got lost!
Thanks to those helping with ride day registration! Without you, this thing would be a mess from the start. I was running around and may have missed some folks, (Please reply if I missed you!) but thanks to Greg, Laura, Kim, Dave!
Thanks to the volunteers at the rest stop including Karen from the Aggies Without Limits (AWL) at the northern stop and Henry, Gordon, Pablo, Don et.al. at the “Southern Comfort” stop. Always a big hit!
Thanks to Tyler and AJ from NMSU Cycling for running the follow-cars!
Thanks to Dave for MCing and event records clear-up prior to and post event.
Finally, thanks to Memorial Medical Center and Mr. Phil Rivera for generously hosting this event again. He has already spoken to me about being on-board for 2019, so look for it on October 27, 2019!!!
Thanks to ZiaVelo sponsors Vescovo Toyota, Outdoor Adventures, Las Cruces Orthopedic Associates, Apex Technologies, Law Offices of Samuel Kane, Cunningham & Brown Family Dentistry, Milagro Coffee Y Espresso, Gila Hike&Bike (Silver City) and Southwest Bone and Joint Institute (Silver City).
Finally, thanks to all the riders!!!
See you on the road, trails, gravel, etc…..!
Don’t forget to order your 2019 ZVC kits!!! Orders close 13 Nov!!! You will not be able to order after this date!!!
Click on this link to access your team order site: http://www.voler.com?pci=Z01828&a=ZiaVelo19
Also, 2019 ZiaVelo Membership will be open the first of the year! Stay tuned…
Get geared up and join ZVC for this year’s Tour of Las Cruces. It is our premier cycling event with scenic routes around Las Cruces. To register, go to http://newmexicosportsonline.com/Cycling/Tour-of-Las-Cruces-2018/67901
For the Metric Century route (Strava), click here. For the map and directions, click here. For the Garmin gpx file, click here. For the Metric Half-Century route (Strava), click here. For the map and directions, click here. (Slightly different courses from 2016). For the Garmin gpx file, click here.
Attention all Mountain Bikers! The ever-so-epic Horny Toad Hustle is next Sunday, September 23. There are categories for all levels that will challenge everyone and of course be tons of fun! (Well for most…) Don’t miss your chance to register. Please go to http://newmexicosportsonline.com/MountainBiking/Horny-Toad-Hustle-2018/67890
The ZVC Junior Racers kicked off their 2018 high school racing season September 9 in Flagstaff Arizona. This year the league has 1,000 racers from 6th grade to senior in High school. Jakob started off the day racing JV2 where he finished in 10th place out of 58 starters. Last year Jakob finished 33rd as a Sophomore and has a goal to make it in the top 5 this year by the end of the season. Kenya was next up and is racing Varsity this year. She was able to take an 8th place finish in a hard-fought battle. She has a goal to finish in the top 5 in the next race in Prescott. Uriel finished the day racing in the JV1 class. Where he had a great showing of 20th out of 51 starters and a time of 1hour 19 min for 17.7 mile course.
They are all looking to improve on their season opener in Prescott September 23. They attribute their improvements to being able to learn from the more seasoned riders of ZiaVelo Cycling and are looking forward to being able to ride with the Team in the Tour of Las Cruces this year.