Not sure how to get involved with the Marymoor Velodrome Association? Look no further! We are having our board elections at our upcoming meeting on Dec 10th and we are looking for our memberships' unique skills and passions that will help make the 2014 season even better than last. If you are interested please send a resume to our board president Guy Tucker by Friday Dec 6th EOD.
The sky is gray, the ground is always wet, and we will all soon forget what the warm embrace of the sun feels like. What a perfect time to reminisce about this summer and the 2013 track season! The MVA would like to take a moment and highlight some of the achievements from this season in hopes that we might spark opportunities to improve for next year. Read on for more on what we think went well and how you can help shape and inform our preparation for the 2014 Track Racing season.
At the National Cycling Center in Manchester, England, masters competitors from around the world converge on one of the greatest competitive stages in all of track cycling. A few of our very own Marymoor athletes made the impressive journey across the Atlantic to represent the Pacific Northwest. Perhaps fueled by the recent announcement that Marymoor is going to host the 2014 Masters Nats, our locals are already starting to carve out a place for themselves in the big competition.
Happy Fall to the Marmymoor fans and community. We're on the final stretch of racing this week and it's time to wrap up the season this Friday Night. The season-long points competition are about to come to a close, we'll be throwing out some recognition for our champion athletes, and also say goodbye to the 2013 season together as we look forward and anticipate another year to come.
Our season is about to come to a close, but not before we give one more report on how our Marymoor athletes are doing at national competition! This week, we'll be taking you to Colorado Springs, CO for a quick recap on the USA Cycling Collegiate Track Nationals. Be sure to read on to get all the details, including how our locals finished in the overall competition.
The MVA wants to give a big shout-out to the folks around the track that step up and help make racing possible. Last month, we thanked John Klupar for his work on the registration system. This month, we want to highlight the race night volunteers, the lovers of logistics, the men and women behind the curtain, for all their contributions.