Team Bicycle Alley
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The Hodges Village Dam MTB Race is the Massachusetts State Championship and part of the Root 66 Race Series. This ywill be held on Sunday, August 16, 2015 at Hodges Village Dam on Howarth Rd, Oxford, MA 01540. Along with numerous pro, amateur and kids races, this year's race now includes a Fat Tire category as well! Download the race flyer here and register for the race by clicking here.
New England Classic Tour de Cure 2-day 150 is July 11 & 12; the 550 is July 11-17. Fundraising minimums are $800 for the 150, $2,600 for the 550. Click here to join Team Bike Alley. Email/call Tim Wilson at 617 482-4580 x3456.
White Mountain Century This year's ride is on Sat, September 12, 2015 and hosted by Casco Bay Cycling Club. Pre-registration is $20, via this link (note that registration after 9/1/15 is higher). Condos are rented at Cedar Creek in North Conway. The ride traverses Bear Notch, Crawford Notch, Franconia Notch (followed by a thrilling descent on the Franconia Notch bike path) , and culminating with a climb and descent of the Kanc. There is a 50-mile Half Century option too. Click here to reserve. More info to come!
It's never too late! If you haven't renewed or joined, download and fill out the PDF registration form to join or renew your membership and mail it! Memberships submitted after Sept 1 apply for the following year! Just pay the $25 membership fee ($15 returning member) and buy 1 team jersey (if you have one, no need to buy). If you are 18 (racing age) or under, your membership fee is waived. All memberships include 10% off your purchases at Bicycle Alley!
Holiday Party In addition, to close out the year, we host a catered Holiday Party. Members, their families and guests are invited, and it's a great time to reconnect. The party includes a free raffle featuring lots of swag, plus a discounted sale on Team gear.
Race Reimbursement Membership also includes Race Reimbursement, for those who choose to compete. Requirements: Must do at least five races, must finish the race, must wear a team jersey, must volunteer at a team event, race must be sanctioned, and you must submit published results. All races are subject to approval by committee. Training races are not eligible for reimbursement. Reimbursement is not guaranteed and is based upon availability of funds.
Team Bicycle Alley Sponsors Members who know of any potential sponsors for the club are encouraged to contact Team Committee members. Sponsors are essential to the club and we promote them by placing their logo onto our team clothing. There are a wide range of sponsorship levels available, all with a 2-year commitment.
Team Bicycle Alley is a cycling club established to promote physical fitness, camaraderie and civic responsibility to cyclists of all abilities.
Members range from casual recreational cyclists, to enthusiasts, to racers and juniors. We encourage members to post rides of varying levels.
Thank you so very much for your support. We've been sledding & shredding and it's amazing to help kids stay warm! Now we need staff: Those who can offer after school, vacation/summer (full days), or time for our August Camp for Autistic kids are needed. Funding from the Doug Flutie Jr. foundation is in place, so all hands on deck! Contact Melissa Murphy. Requirements: Love kids and getting dirty!
Team meetings will be posted to the ridelist. You can obtain additional team information by visiting this site, or if you have questions or comments please e-mail Jon Fielding or Tom Robert. Remember, keep all correspondence pertaining to the team limited to e-mail.
The Team Bicycle Alley committee consists of our President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary and Committee. Elections are held at the annual Holiday Party every two (odd) years. Please contact us if you'd like to be nominated prior to our next election or if you're interested in becoming a Committee member. All members are encouraged to attend our Team meetings.