• Sandy Springs Pro Women
  • Sandy Springs Cat. 2/3 Men
  • Sandy Springs Pro Men
  • DLV Keirin
  • 2014 Roswell Crit Masters
  • 2014 Taylor Phinney US Pro TT Champion
  • 2014 US Pro Women RR

Promoters: if you would like your event listed, please contact us. We list road, cyclocross, mtb, and track/velodrome events.

April 18 Quick Six Big Creek Enduro, April 18 Shake-N-Brake, Apr. 18 Hobby Park Super D,  April 18-19 Roane County Omnium, April 18-19 ASU/Wilksboro RR, April 18-19 US Pro Crit and TTT Nationals, April 18-19 3 River Rumble Omnium, April 18-19 GA Tech, April 19 BHB Sunday Crit Series, April 19 Curse at the Crab Endurance Race, April 19AMBS Attack on Swayback, April 19 Grinder in the Green River Valley, April 19 6 Hour Gear Grinder, April 19 Nestor Cup, April 19 White County Gravel Grinder, April 21 Herbalife Training Series, April 22 Ring of Fire, Apr. 22 Tiger Lane Crit Series #3, April 23 Jason Griffin Crit, April 23 Lungbuster TT Series, Apr. 25 Aaron Shafer Memorial RR & TT, April 25 Cohutta 100/Big Frog 65, April 25 Overhang MTB Race, Apr. 25 Rocky Knob Super D, April 25 Coldwater Enduro, April 25 Athens Twilight, Apr. 25 Aaron Shafer Memorial RR & TT, April 25-26 Memphis Velo Crank-it-Up TT & XC April 26 SERC #4 / GSC #3 Ft. Yargo, April 26 Blue Ridge MTB Festival XC, April 26 Historic Roswell Criterium, April 26 BHB Sunday Crit Series, April 26 Brick City Crit

 

 

4-17-2015 2015 Asheville Downtown Criterium presented by TECT From the Promoter: VeloSports Racing Team is thrilled to promote and organize the Asheville Downtown Criterium presented by TECT – the first downtown Asheville criterium in years. Held in conjunction with the 2015 and 2016 USAC Collegiate National Championships, seven categories of racing will take place throughout the day on Asheville’s hot and popular South Slope area. Coxe Avenue will serve as the start and finish of a tough-as-nails course that takes in South Lexington and Hilliard Avenue. An all day of racing, spectating and festivals is going make this a great racer and family destination event to mark on your calendar. Additionally, we will be hosting a beginner’s race clinic for women and juniors on May 9th at 8:00a in downtown Asheville (registration at 7:00-7:45a at 77 Coxe Avenue). Following the clinic the participants will ride to the USAC Collegiate Cycling Nationals Course for the announced Family Health Centers Women’s Category 3/4 race with the $500 payout. This clinic and the race is with the Carolinas Cycling Association Women’s Development Program in mind and is a target event for them. It should be a fantastic race complete with all the regalia of the nationals course – banners, signage, barriers, crowds – for these women. Please help spread the word to those who are interested in learning about cycling skills or getting into racing or picking up some more knowledge. Find more information for the race at www.velosportsracing.com.

4-16-2015 Sick Sorry for the lack of posts this week. If you are friends with me on Facebook, you know I’ve been sick since late last week.

WCA Women’s Clinic Tuesday night was the Atlanta Cycling-Sorella Cycling-Women’s Cycling Association women’s road race clinic. The weather was near perfect! Pro racer Robina Farina, president of the WCA, taught skills useful for road racing (especially crits) and group rides. The clinic was followed by dinner at a local restaurant and a Q&A with Robin. She hopes to be back in the fall with a full day clinic.


The Sorella Cycling-WCA Women’s Clinic Participants. Pro Robin Farnina (Happy Tooth-BMW) is on the left. Photo courtesy of the WCA.

Racing This Weekend Some of the local race promoters (off road) are watching the weather about postponements with all of the rain that is supposed to move in. Make sure to check with your race director if the weather looks iffy! From RAMBO for the Quick 6 Enduro: “Fellow Enduro racers, volunteers and spectators. We just want to let you know we are keeping a close eye on the weather for this Saturday’s Quick 6 Enduro 4/18. We follow guidelines set forth by IMBA regarding extreme weather and the conduct of events. The RAMBO team, volunteers and sponsors all want to run this great race this Saturday 4/18. The race will be held rain or shine, however, if the weather becomes truly dangerous to the racers, spectators, volunteers, or the trail, that could change. We will make the final call around 5:00 PM Friday 4/17. You should assume the event will run as scheduled unless you see an announcement otherwise. We want to give the weather every chance to improve…If conditions dictate, we will move the date for the Quick 6 Enduro to Saturday (5/2).”

Speed Banana 4 Hour Postponed From the Promoter of the 4 Hour Speed Banana Race” With regret we are rescheduling the race. May 9 is a Saturday and the new race date. May 10 is Mother’s Day. Due to forecasted lightning storms on the original date we decided to make the change. The course can handle the rain well enough, but we feel this option is safer for our participants. If you pre registered an cannot make the new date then we will take care of you.We hope to see you all on May 9.”

Rope Mill Work Party From SORBA Woodstock: Our April trail party will be at the Rope Mill trails this Saturday. We need your help to perform the finishing touches to the trails in the park. We need all hands on deck to knock this out so we can quickly move to Blankets Creek Mtn Bike Trail and enjoy the Free-Flite Bicycles customer appreciation lunch at 1:00. Sorba Woodstock needs your help! Wear closed toe shoes, bring gloves and water, we will provide the tools and teach you everything you need to know. 9 am to1  pm.

US Pro Crit and TTT Championships Want to watch some great racing on Saturday & Sunday? Head to Greenville, SC for the US Pro Crit and TTT Championships! The start/finish line for the Crit will be downtown near Pedal Chic on the West End. The Pro Women race at 2:20, and the Pro Men are at 4:00. Friday night from 5:30-7:30, Pedal Chic is hosting a meet the Women’s Pros night, so be sure to stop by. The TTT will be on Sunday on the Southern Connector Highway. There are amateur and all Cat. events for each day!

4-14-2015 Race/Event Info. I appreciate some recent submissions to the calendar and news section. I’ve had to turn down a few as well for lack of basic information. At the very least for a RACE CALENDAR listing I need: Date, Event, Event Type (Crit, RR, XC, CX, etc.), link to the race website or flyer. I need somewhere to send people for more information. For the NEWS SECTION I need a short press release with the basic information and expanded info. You can scroll through the news section for examples. I work full time, train, run the website, *gasp* I even have a personal life, and just don’t have time to write a press release for everything that comes my way. I would LOVE to publish information (It’s why Southeastern Cycling exists) about your ride or race but cannot without the basic information.

4-10-2015 Mother’s Day Benefit Ride for Sorella RAAM Team From the Sorella RAAM Team: Mothers Day, May 10, 2015 TIME: 9:00am – 2:00pm
Join us for a spring morning ride on Mothers Day! Atlanta Cycling in Vinings is hosting a cycling event to support the 2015 Sorella RAAM Cycling Team! After riding 11, 25, 40, or 63 miles with us, enjoy a hotdog cookout refreshment lunch compliments of Atlanta Cycling to support our TEAM! These ladies are ONE OF ONLY 5 WOMENS TEAMS in Race Across America in June 2015 and need our support! Pre-register online for a $30 or more donation (your entire registration and added donation is tax deductible!) OR you may register that morning for $35, cash or personal check. The team will be here to lead things off, stay for lunch and answer any questions regarding the race, logistics and their grueling training schedules! There will be options of 11, 25, 40ish, and 60 miles. All riders are welcome!  The 2015 Sorella RAAM Team members are Jennifer Klein, Korey Gotoo, Betty Jean Jordan and Lauren Schrichten.

ALL proceeds after race expenses are to benefit Wellspring Living in Atlanta, GA—a non profit dedicated to ending sex trafficking of young girls here in Georgia. These EXTRAORDINARY ATHLETES will inspire us all, including those CHILDREN through WELLSPRING LIVING CHARITY who have a chance at a life unimagined, without the boundaries of cruelty and mistreatment they have endured in their short lives. SEE YOU THERERA

4-9-2015  Dirty Spokes 6/3 Hour Mountain Bike Race,May 16th, 2015! From the promoter: We are just about 5 weeks away from the Dirty Spokes 6/3 Hour Mountain Bike Race Presented by Maxxis Tires, May 16th, 2015 at Fort Yargo State Park! Your race registration will include a Dri Fit Shirt, Chip Timing, 10 Year Anniversary Pint Glass, Chance to win a Lynskey Performance Bike Frame and an awesome experience! Course layout will be similar to last year (fast flowing and fun!). Check it out… Cool Video From Last Years Race! Or another from the Start! This is race number 3 of the Chainbuster Mountain Bike Race Series!  Same Great Venue, Same Great Course! The Yargo Area Bike Association has done an outstanding job of building and maintaining these trails… if you haven’t had an opportunity to ride them recently… they are in outstanding condition!  We will have the start / finish area at the “main mountain bike parking lot” (nature center pavilion) same as last year! We have some pretty SWEET on-course prizes this year! We will be giving away a FREE Set of MAXXIS Tires to the Fastest Male Lap and Fastest Female Lap!

Also, in Celebration of our 10th Year of Playing in the Dirt (est. 2005) we will give prizes to the 10th, 20th, 30th, 40th, 50th, 60th, 70th, 80th, 90th and 100th Riders that cross the road at Entrance “B” (1st Lap of the Race)! We are also thrilled to announce Lynskey Performance Bicycles will be out at Fort Yargo this year! They are donating a 29″ Frame that we will raffle off on race day (by entering the race you are automatically entered into the drawing but MUST be present on race day to win)!

Mt. Tabor Work Party From SORBA-West GA Mt. Tabor Work Party Saturday, April 18 9:00am – 1:00pm, Mt. Tabor Park Mountain Bike Trails, 1550 E Paulding Dr, Dallas, Georgia 30157, Come out to help work on some repair/reroute on booger and the meadow. Meet in the mtb pkg lot by the kiosk, tools water,snacks provided, wear the proper clothes, bring any allergy or bug items u need. Lunch provided. Also will be taking up donations of food,blankets,towels for the local animal shelter. Anything will help.

GIHP Work Party SORBA is hosting a work party at the Georgia International Horse Park on April 18. Horse Park Work Party at 9 am. They will be replacing old white bridge on Beginner Trail and building new Boardwalk section over section that stays wet on Beginner Trail. They will also be doing general trail maintenance.

4-8-2015 Editorial: Paying to Play Recently I’ve heard rumblings that cyclists don’t want to Pay to Play. You ride a $1000, $2000, or $5000 bike but don’t want to donate $1 or $5? Something isn’t right. So, if you are somewhere that asks for a donation, please consider a dollar or two. Are you like me and don’t often have a dollar bill? Pop in a $5, and you are good for a couple of visits. These places come to mind:
1.      Campellton United Methodist Church at Silk Sheets. Everyone parks here but few pay. Did you know that the church used the funds to get a new roof a few years ago and to help with issues of their aging building? They are a small congregation and welcome cyclists. Put $1 or 2 in the box when you go. Please remember not to park in the lot Sunday mornings because of their church service.
2.      Sosebee Cycling Park in Cartersville aka the Bud Plant/Brewery routes. The SCK is private property. The Sosebees ride and have welcomed cyclists with open arms. The donations built the changing rooms, bought the picnic tables, built the pavilion, and pay for the monthly Porta Potty fee. The Sosebees are not obligated to let anyone park on their private land yet they love having people out there.
3.      The Marietta (West Oak) Crit. This is more of a, cough, “Voluntary Donation.” We are required by the City of Marietta to have a policeman at the stop sign on turn 2 if we want to hold the crit. No policeman/policewoman, no crit. The cost is about $150/week. Split by all participants, this is $5 week. Some weeks funds are a little short, so weeks there is an excess are used to cover for the short weeks. Coach Gary Daniels arranges for the police officer each week. So, go gladly pay your $5, sign in, and thank Gary and the police officer. Gary shouldn’t have to lose his jersey over having to pay the officer each week himself.
4.      Any SORBA Trail with a donation box. SORBA is a volunteer organization in Atlanta & around the Southeast that built the trail you are riding…you, yes, you! That trail, right there. See it? Isn’t it fun to ride? I can hardly think of a mountain bike trail in metro Atlanta and much of the state of Georgia that they aren’t involved with somehow. Do them a favor and toss $1 in the donation box and then go sign up for a SORBA-IMBA membership. Your money will go back into the trail, buying/renting equipment, work parties, etc. I put my money where my mouth is. I’m a SORBA member.

Georgia Gran Fondo The 3rd annual Tour of Georgia Gran Fondo returns to Clayton on April 19, 2015. Nestled in Rabun County, the ride starts in downtown Clayton Georgia under the shadow of Black Rock Mt. state park, and heads south on old 441.  After passing Tiger Mountain Vineyard, the course takes a right on Bridge Creek Rd. at the town of Tiger. When sharp topped Tiger Mountain comes into view on the right, the first timed section is near. At mile 5.5, the course climbs 455ft to mile 8 on the ridge of Glassy Mountain. The next 23 miles roll over small mountains, through picturesque farmland, and past mountain lakes.

After passing through Unicoi State Park, the route turns right onto the Unicoi Gap climb. Riders enter the mountainous area that was made famous by the Tour de Georgia. Riders’ second time section will take place here over 7 miles and climb 1500ft to the top of Unicoi Gap. The climb is very gradual for several miles, before turning into a real alpine ascent. Enjoy the vistas of the Chattahoochee National Forest on the descent before turning left and climbing up and over Jack’s Gap. A left turn on Richard Russell Scenic Hwy will put riders face to face with the last timed section, Hogpen gap. Within 6.5 miles and another 1500ft, riders will reach the highest point on the course at 3469ft with ramps of 12%.   The town of Helen will be your next landmark. The next 16 miles will take you through rolling farmland and mountain vistas.  Around mile 90, riders will enter the land of the lakes, as they cruise the rollercoaster of asphalt along Lake Seed and Lake Rabun. At the town of Lakemont, the course again joins old Hwy 441 and returns 8 miles to the finish and the festivities in downtown Clayton. Be sure to plan to stick around for beers, food and music severed up at the finish line by the Universal Joint.

DLV Beginner Classes The Dick Lane Velodrome has released the 2015 Beginner-Certification class dates.  Between March and September, the velodrome offers a four-day class series held on consecutive Thursday nights. This adult beginner program teaches the fundamentals of riding on the track, safely and progressing to more advanced handling. After the program, all riders are ready to race! In addition to the four-series classes, the velodrome also offers a limited number of weekend two-day classes. The two-day classes are scheduled intermittently based on need and instructor schedule.You must attend all sessions of the class in order to be certified for the track.
Signup: Send email to brian@dicklanevelodrome.com – include bike size or your height. Now you can also sign up online at our store.
Cost: $60.00 (includes loaner bike if you don’t have a track bike)
Bring: shoes, pedals and helmet
You’ll also need a signed waiver, you can print one here: ATRA Waiver
Dates:  April 11th and 12th, 1pm-4pm both days
May Weekly Certification Class: May 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th from 7:30-9:00p.m. each Thursday Night

4-7-2015  Tony Serrano Century News There is still time to register for the Saturday’s Tony Serrano ride! While Online Registration closes Tuesday night, you can also register onsite! Need I tell you about all of Joyce’s FOOD on this ride?? Peanut Butter balls are my downfall! There has been a slight route change because of road construction. “It will add about 1.5 miles to the routes. At mile 16.7 for the 39 mile and at 18.8 for the 62/100 mile riders, the course will make a very sharp left turn where in previous years the course went straight. The turn is well marked on the road and is included on the cue sheets and GPS files. If you have downloaded files or pdfs from the website, you should replace them with the updated files.”

Atlanta Cycling Trek Fest Trek Fest has started at Atlanta Cycling! Get a gift card of up to $200 when you buy a Trek!

Georgia Dead Red Law From Georgia Bikes: (This is very cool!) Earlier this month, the Georgia General Assemby passed Senate Bill 76, the “Motorcycle Mobility Safety Act,” which details “the safe operation of a motorcycle or bicycle through an inoperative traffic-control signal.” This legislation, often referred to as a “dead red” law, describes the conditions under which a person on a bicycle may carefully ride through a red traffic signal. The exact language from the bill is below in italics. In layman’s terms, this law states that you may cautiously ride through a red light if you have waited a “reasonable” amount of time and have determined that the light will not change due to the small size of your vehicle (motorcycle or bicycle). The law goes on to state that if you are involved in a crash as result of riding through a red light, the crash is evidence in and of itself that you did not exercise the necessary caution. Many traffic lights in Georgia are not calibrated to detect people on bikes (or motorcycles). Hopefully, as traffic engineers correct the settings, the need to ride through a red light will no longer be an issue. In the meantime, SB 76 is a common sense recognition that much of our transportation infrastructure only accomodates cars and trucks, though many additional types of users are accessing the same public right of way. This “dead red” bill allows people to lawfully make a careful, sensible decision when they encounter a non-responsive traffic light.

Charlotte Crits From Charlotte Sports Timing: The historic Dilworth Criterium is set to take place on Saturday April 11, 2015.   The Dilworth Criterium will once again be held in conjunction with the Novant Health Invitational Criterium in Uptown Charlotte in the evening and the CaroMont Health Criterium in Belmont on Sunday, April 12. That’s right sports fans – racing all day in Dilworth, then pro feature races Uptown Charlotte. The best criterium riders on the continent will take over Charlotte for the day and Dilworth is a big part of the action! If you qualify for the Amateur Shootout in the evening at the Novant Health Crit, registration will be at the Dilworth.

Novant Health Crit this Sat.! Held in Charlotte’s Center City, an international field of the world’s top men and women’s professional cyclists will take to the streets of uptown Charlotte and will compete for one of the largest prize purses in the Novant Health Invitational Criterium. Returning for its 12th year, the races take place on a 1 mile spectator friendly course starting at the Center City intersection of Trade and Tryon Streets, where spectators are up close to the fast, exciting racing action. Over the past several years, these races attracted more than 35,000 spectators to watch an elite field of riders from 23 countries. This race benefits the Brain Tumor Fund Carolinas.

4-3-2015 Blankets Creek Dirty Duathlon and Dirty Thirty MTB Race are Just Around the Corner! Still Time to Register for the Blankets Creek Dirty Duathlon and Dirty Thirty MTB Race, presented by Free-Flite Bicycles – April 11, 2 Blankets Creek Blankets Creek Dirty Duathlon, The race that started it all is back for its 7th year! The event will feature a 5 mile trail run on the Dwelling Trail, followed by 12 miles of mountain biking on VMT, Dwelling, and South Loop. Solo and 2 person team divisions are available. For team divisions, one teammate will run and the other will bike, in that order., Prizes and medals awarded to the top 3 in each category! NEW! Blankets Creek Dirty Thirty Mountain Bike Race, Looking for something longer than an XC race but not quite ready for a 50 miler? Then check out the Blankets Creek Dirty Thirty Endurance MTB Race. The course includes all of the trails at Blankets Creek in a counter-clockwise direction for total distance of 15 miles per lap. Intermediate and advanced riders will complete two laps. A shorter one lap, 15 mile course will be offered for beginner categories. Each lap has just under 1400′ of elevation gain, so this will be a challenging course. Aid station and drop bags will be available at the half way point., Prizes and medals awarded to the top 3 in each category!,

Blankets Creek 5 Mile Trail Run  We will offer a 5 mile trail run as part of our Blankets Creek Spring Sports Festival. The run will take place on the Dwelling trail and offers rolling terrain and views of Lake Allatoona. The course has approximately 400′ of elevation gain over 5 miles. Prizes awarded to top 3 overall male/female finishers and medals awarded to the top 3 in each age group.

2015 Event Shirt! We have you covered with event SWAG! We still have approximately 50 race shirts still available, alotted as you register! All entries include a soft wicking tech tee, mesh gear bag, chip timing, well-marked courses, and post race fluids and snacks! If we do not have your preferred size in the event shirt, you may choose a Mountain Goat tribal print tech tee. Online Registration available HERE until 4/9! All entries include tech shirt and mesh gear bag!

We are partnering with SORBA Woodstock to bring you this event. SORBA Woodstock has built and maintains the trails at both Blankets Creek and Rope Mill Park. This event serves as a major fundraiser for the Chapter – please come out and show your support by either racing or volunteering!

US Pro RR and TT Press Release: (March 18, 2015) –The Volkswagen USA Cycling Professional Road & Time Trial National Championships return to Chattanooga, Tenn., for the third-consecutive year from May 23-25, 2015, where the top road cyclists in America will again challenge the Tennessee pavement over Memorial Day Weekend. “We are again thrilled to team with Volkswagen of America to bring the 2015 Volkswagen USA Cycling Professional Road & Time Trial National Championships to Chattanooga,” said USA Cycling President and CEO Steve Johnson. “This Memorial Day Weekend in Chattanooga will feature another great intersection of world class cycling and world class automobiles in a world class city.”
Home of U.S. manufacturing for Volkswagen, Chattanooga hosts the national championships for the third-straight year, and like 2014, the course boasts new challenges.

The road races will showcase downtown Chattanooga along with the tough climb up Lookout Mountain. The men’s and women’s races will begin with a 5.1-mile start circuit — three circuits for the women and four for the men. The same circuit will be used for the finish of each race. The course then takes the riders on a relatively flat run along Market Street to begin the climb up Ochs Highway, which is approximately three miles and climbs 1,150 feet each lap. The race will pass through Lookout Mountain to Scenic Highway, and return to downtown via Market Street. Men will complete four laps up the climb, while the women will do two laps. The “long lap” is 16.5 miles in distance. The men and women will complete the start/finish circuits each lap of the “long lap” and will finish the race with three 5.1-mile circuits each.

The Volkswagen Kent Street Climb (Trish’s Note: PARTY HERE!) is back in 2015, again punishing riders with grades of up to 20 percent. The men and women will face this challenge on each of the “long laps” as well as on three shorter 5.4-mile finishing circuits. New in 2015, the Volkswagen Kent Street Climb is included on each warm-up lap, laboring all riders before the race begins. The course will cross the Market Street Bridge and Veterans Bridge each lap, and spectators will see the riders cross through the start/finish line 11 times during the men’s race and eight times during the women’s race.

The time trial course will be held adjacent to the Volkswagen Chattanooga Plant and features rolling terrain with few turns. Riders will complete two out-and-back runs of 9.5 miles each for a total of 19 miles. The course layout has four turnarounds and will allow spectators to see each rider multiple times.
4-1-2015 Last Month for Southeastern Cycling  It is with much regret that this will be the last month for Southeastern Cycling. I find myself working more and more at my full time job with increased responsibilities, trying to train, spend time with my family, and have some semblance of a life. SE Cycling has also been taking up more of my time. There is no staff, it’s just me. I’ve tried to find a buyer for Southeastern Cycling but have been unable to do so. As a result, I will be shutting down on April 30th. The site will be left up for reference, calendars, and rides, but no new updates will be made after that date. I will be in touch next week with advertisers and sponsors to discuss the situation and come to an agreement on refunds. (YOU’VE BEEN APRIL FOOLED!!!) :)

Paris Roubaix at the Marlay House The Marlay House in Decatur is owned by an Irish family. One of them rides; therefore, they are Atlanta’s Go-To Spring Classics pub for cyclists…Spring Classics, Beer and Cycling fans  (Trust me: Get the Mac N Cheese!)
Sunday April 5 @ 6pm – Tour of Flanders (Replay)
Sunday April 12 @ pm – Paris Roubaix (Replay)

Cycle Therapy Shimano Clinic The Cycle Therapy Shimano Di@ Clinic is April 6 in Rome, GA! Please RSVP! Monday, April 6th at 5:30pm Shimano Tech Rep Foye Troute will be at Cycle Therapy with a Shimano XTR Di2 groupset on a complete bike so you can see it, touch it, and even ride it! What is so great about Shimano XTR Di2? ONE shifter controls BOTH derailleurs! No matter if you are riding a double or even a triple chainring set-up, all you have to do is push ONE button to go into an easier or harder gear, therefore allowing you to be able to focus more on the ride. A happy electronic shifting customer! Snacks and drinks provided, please rsvp to julie at cycletherapy.us.

3-31-2015  Women’s Cycling Association Partners with Local Atlanta Sorella Cycling Team for Women’s Clinic and Ride
Pro Cyclist and WCA CEO, Robin Farina, Leads Clinic and Ride with Sorella Cycling at Atlanta Cycling Vinings

Atlanta, GA – For Release March 26, 2015 –Atlanta women cyclists will have the opportunity to learn from one of the best in the Women’s Pro Peloton! The WCA Join The Ride Tour is coming to Atlanta on Tuesday, April 14th, when 2011 National Road Race Champion and WCA CEO, Robin Farina (Team BMW p/b Happy Tooth Dental Group) will lead a ride and race clinic, women’s group ride and Q&A, in partnership with Sorella Cycling and Atlanta Cycling Vinings, located at 4335 Cobb Pkwy, Atlanta, GA 30339. Farina will lead the clinic to help cyclists improve their riding and racing techniques. The clinic is a chance for women who ride and/or race bikes and are thinking about racing bikes to learn from one of the best and most experienced racers. This clinic will cover basics of riding and racing and will touch on some advanced aspects of the sport as well. The clinic is open to all women. The cost of the clinic is $20 and includes a post ride Q&A and dinner at the newTaco Mac Cumberland. (Alcoholic beverages not included) For more info, and to register for the clinic click HERE.
The schedule fr the event is as follows: Tuesday, April 14th
WCA Race Clinic, Ride & Q&A with pro, Robin Farina, Atlanta Cycling Vinings
4:30 – 6:00pm – Race Clinic
6:30pm – Atlanta Cycling Vinings Women’s Ride
Post ride Q&A/dinner with Robin Farina

3-30-2015 Silk Sheets Pavement For those that ride Silk Sheets, Cochran Mill Rd. near Cochran Mill Park has been paved! From what I can tell all of the nasty potholes that have been there for the last decade are gone! There is also a speed bump near the parking lot, but the transition from road to speed bump is very smooth. Beware that there was a lot of pedestrian traffic near the park, even on Sunday morning, and the speed limit has been lowered near the park.

3-29-2015 Ride Times Remember that many group rides in Atlanta move to 6:30 this week or on April. 1. Many weekend group rides will also start an hour earlier next weekend. Not sure about your ride? Check out the Rides page and be sure to check with the ride leader, shop, or team that puts the ride on.

3-28-2015  DLV Women’s Training  From the DLV: 2015 Women’s Training Program Session #1 Our first session for 2015 will be run over 5 consecutive Thursday nights on April 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th. This program is aimed at any woman of any track cycling level. We will have specific skills, drills and workouts that will suit everyone from newly certified riders, through advanced track cyclists. The 5 week class will also serve as a beginners certification for those women who are new to the track.
What: 5 Week Women’s Track Cycling Program
When: Thursday nights 7:30pm-9:00pm beginning April 2nd.
Who: Women of any riding level
Equipment: Track bikes are available, just bring your cycling clothes, helmet and pedals
Cost: $60 for certification riders, $5 track session fee for certified track riders
Contact: Rob Evans, rob@dicklanevelodrome.com 404 594 1789

3-25-2015 Twilight Races A little birdie told me that ALL of the Twilight races this year will be DOWNTOWN! No more Greenway!

Sunny King Live Stream Can’t make it to the NCC kick off this weekend in Anniston or just want to see your favorite racer from the comfort of your own home? The races will be live streamed here!

RTTC Ride to the Capitol was yesterday. What a great day to be on a bike! I joined the ride downtown and saw hundreds of riders coming at me from every. Be sure to check out the photo album on the Southeastern Cycling Facebook Page!


Riders seemed to stretch on for miles downtown!


Sorella Cycling was well represented with Trish Albert, Emily Burrows, Michelle Stahl, Brigette Dusack, and Amy Plummer.