PRW RACE SERIES

by: Guri Randhawa @The_PRW
July 21st, 2017

Here are the details:

The Pedalhead Road Works Race Team as well as FREE Branding and Lexus of Edmonton, including support from Da Capo, Chateau Lacombe, the ABA and the City of Edmonton, are putting on the race. Chris Bolivar and Colin Bastarache did the majority of the legwork, so be sure to give them a shout out if you see them.

There will be two races over two days. First up on Saturday August 12th is the FREE Branding Criterium on Saturday Evening. The course is right in the heart of Glenora, and walking distance from downtown Edmonton. The course should be smooth and fast, with plenty of cool corners to hang out on and take in the action. More importantly, when you are ready for refreshments, Original Joe’s will have a beer garden set up so you’ll have a place to sit down and hydrate.

Racing starts at 1:00pm and should last until 7:00pm. Plenty of time to take in the action.

The next day, Sunday August 13th morning, sees the return of the Lexus of Edmonton Road Race out at Miquelon Lake. The course is a loop at around 40km, which circulates around Miquelon Lake Provincial Park.

The PRW Race Series is a huge endeavour for a club with less than 20 people in it, and could not have been put on without help from the hosting communities. So please be respectful to all of the residents and spectators and please give a big thank you to all of the volunteers that are working with us, because, without their help, there would be no way that we could put on a weekend of racing like this one.

Zone 4 registration is up here

Race Tech guide can be viewed here

Volunteer sign up form can be found here

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