CRCA Jamison Bear Mountain Classic
Cycling: Road Race - 4 Laps, 2 Laps, 3 Laps, 6 Laps, 7.7 Miles
New York, New York
May 11th, 2019
The CRCA Jamison Bear Mountain Classic is a Cycling race in New York, New York consisting of a Road Race - 4 Laps and 2 Laps and 3 Laps and 6 Laps and 7.7 Miles.
This race is hard: for racers it offers one of the longest races with more climbing than any other race in striking distance of NYC; as a race director, coordinating 3 neutral support cars and 20+ moto officials during a day packed with back-to-back-to-back fields is not easy. Top that off with the financial pressure imposed by the expenses of putting on such an event, with the frustrating pre-registration practices of bike racers in the 21st century, and you have the CRCA Bear Mountain Classic in a nutshell.
For those who have not raced it, the Bear Mountain Classic course actually does not include the infamous Perkins MemorialKeep Reading
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