The 4th Annual Corktown Twilight Criterium
Register now online: www.bikereg.com
Friday August 20th, 2021 - Detroit MI
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Race location: 2001 15th Street (@ Michigan Ave.) - Corktown, Detroit, MI 48216
Located in the heart of Detroit, the Corktown Crit is a great course for both racers and spectators! It is still the most challenging in the state. In 2018, we were excited to have 9-time Tour De France racer and Olympian Frankie Andreu announcing the race. Look Neutral Race Support was on site offering mechanical support to racers, and manufacturing displays by SRAM and Cervelo were available to racers and fans! The Corktown Crit helps Detroit charities. Net proceeds from the event are donated to Detroit Magic Child and Wrench Detroit.
On-Line at bikereg.com Online registration closes 11:00pm (EDT), Wednesday August 18th $20 LATE FEE DAY OF REGISTRATION. Entry includes rider insurance surcharge. Second Race: $20.00 Payments: Cash or check only. Checks payable to Basemedia Racing Team
All USA Cycling rules apply. Free lap rule is in effect. Lapped riders may be pulled. All unlicensed racers shall buy a One Day, Category 5 License (additional $20) ON RACE DAY, unless able to meet the USA Cycling exceptions. Limit of 75 riders in Senior Category 5 race. Limit of 100 riders in all other races. The Chief Referee reserves the right to shorten races, combine fields, adjust starting times and distances or cancel the race due to dangerous conditions or hazardous weather. Junior roll-out occurs immediately after Junior races. Registration opens at 1:00pm and closes 20 minutes before the start of each race. Race runs rain or shine.
CRIT Men Masters 55+
CRIT Men Masters 45+
CRIT Men Masters 35+
CRIT Men Junior 9-14
CRIT Men Junior 15-18
CRIT Women Junior 9-14
CRIT Women Junior 15-18
CRIT Women Open Cat 4/5
CRIT Men Open Pro/Cat 1/2
CRIT Women Open Pro/Cat 1/2/3
CRIT Men Open Cat 2/3
CRIT Men Open Cat 4/5
CRIT Men Open Cat 3/4
The Corktown Crit is a proud sponsor of two Detroit Charities! Net proceeds from the event will be donated to these two organizations:
Detroit Magic Child
The Detroit Magic Child Development is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit youth organization that provides eight-week spring, summer, and fall programs serving communities in the Metro Detroit area.
The Detroit non-profit group Wrench was formed in 2014 to help kids in Detroit have - and learn to repair - their own bikes. The group has given away hundreds of used bikes and now they want to expand their mission to make sure every kid in the city can have a working bicycle.
Slows BBQ Detroit
Kinetic Systems Bicycles
Sugar House Detroit
Churchill's Cigar Bar
Mercury Burger Bar
Two James Spirits
Corktown Community Development Fund