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The 2007 Midwest collegiate regionals cycling championships will take place on April 28 and 29 at...
The 2007 Midwest collegiate regionals cycling championships will take place on April 28 and 29 at Butler University in Indiana. The races will take place on some of Indiana's most challenging courses, with the road race in Morgan-Monroe State Forest having a 14 miles lap with two significant climbs with grades up to 12%.
"Butler is excited to be a part of this marquee event." said Scott Peden, Director of Recreation. "We have a strong commitment to academics and athletics. Any time we can combine the two, we are happy to do so." Helping to manage the event is the Indiana Race Series Director, Dan Daly. "I think the racers will enjoy the venues and the challenges they bring. I hope to make it a beautiful and memorable weekend of racing for the racers. I am honored to be a part of this prestigious event and welcome the challenge that a championship like this will present."