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The Nebraska Cyclo-cross Series begins its sixth year this weekend with two days of racing on...
The Nebraska Cyclo-cross Series begins its sixth year this weekend with two days of racing on Saturday and Sunday, October 22-23 at Standing Bear Lake in west Omaha. Over six races, with later rounds in Lincoln and Raymond, the 2005 series will award $700 in cash prizes at each event and offer a separate women's event and the addition of a singlespeed race category.
Racing begins at 12:00pm on Saturday with the women's race at 12:45pm and the men's "A" event at 3:00pm. Sunday's races kick-off at 10:00a.m.with the women's race at 10:45a.m. and the men's "A" event at 12:30p.m. The complete race schedule and other race information is available at www.nebraskacycling.org
Registration for the Nebraska Cyclo-cross Series is available on-site at Standing Bear Lake for both Saturday and Sunday as well as online at www.velosource.com.