The Mid-Atlantic Cyclocross Series releases their autumn programs. The MAC series begins on September 11 and will close on November 21. The entire season will bring you eleven races, eight venues and five states.
The season opener will be the Nittany Lion Cyclocross at Breinigsville, PA. It is the first UCI-sanction race in this season. The victorious riders will hold World #1 ranking for a week.
New to MAC is the Whirlybird Cyclocross. The race has been part of the PA Cyclocross Series and is held at Pennsylvania’s Bryn Thyn College grounds.
This year, Granogue and Charm City races follow Super Cross Cup in Long Island by adding a second day of racing. There will also be a full program to have all MAC classes compete on the two-day events.
Back for the Halloween weekend are the Highland Park Cross and Beacon Cyclocross in New Jersey. Making a comeback is the Fair Hill, a.k.a. Maryland’s mountain bike Mecca.
Out of the eleven races, eight will be UCI-sanctioned. For more details, visit www.midatlanticcross.com.
2010 MAC Cyclocross Series
September 11 Nittany Lion Cyclocross (UCI); Trexlertown, PA
September 18 Charm City Cyclocross Day 1 (UCI); Baltimore, MD
September 19 Charm City Cyclocross Day 2 (UCI); Baltimore, MD
September 26 Whirlybird Cyclocross (USAC); Bryn Athyn, PA
October 16 Cyclocross at Granogue Day 1 (UCI); Wilmington, DE
October 17 Cyclocross at Granogue Day 2 (UCI); Wilmington, DE
October 30 MAC New Jersey Weekend Day 1 — Beacon Cyclocross (UCI); Bridgeton, NJ
October 31 MAC New Jersey Weekend Day 2 — HPCX (USAC); Jamesburg, NJ
November 6 Wayne Scott Memorial Xross (USAC); Fair Hill Natural Resources Area, MD
November 20 Super Cross Cup Day 1 (UCI); Southampton, NY
November 21 Super Cross Cup Day 2 (UCI); Southampton, NY
Via CX Magazine