CPS Registration Explained

CPS Registration Explained

Each season we do experience questions and concerns in which racers do not get registered for the series and unfortunately miss out on a given race points getting counted in their tabulations. To be honest, the vast majority of the reasons for lack of registration is operator error.

Why do we have to sign up for a series that is “Free”?
Why should we expect a receipt for something that is “FREE” ?
Why can’t our points just be counted if we race a CPS race, no sign up?

See the MMBA forum: http://mmba.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=119729

or CPS Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/137774566273214/

Championship Point Series- standings updated through race #5

Championship Point Series- standings updated through race #5

 

Next up:  1-1/2 points Boyne Marathon- go to www.funpromotions.com

 

http://mmba.org/library/Programs/Championship%20Point%20Series%20(CPS)/Results/2013/CPS%20POINTS%202013.pdf

CPS Points updated- next up Sweat Shaker (Race #5)

MMBA Point Series! Points are tabulated and posted- please check for errors or missed points. Link below.

Next up Sweat Shaker- registration link below

http://www.midmich.edu/?gid=2&sid=28&pid=1906

http://mmba.org/library/Programs/Champi … ies%20(CPS)/Results/2013/CPS%20POINTS%202013.pdf

IMBA Flow trail building school

This school is geared towards experienced trail builders who want to learn more about the techniques used to design, construct and maintain Flow Trails. The school will be done in conjunction with an IMBA Flow Trail project in Grand Rapids, Michigan. IMBA Trail Solutions employee, Aaron Rogers (Copper Harbor) will be teaching the school along with another member of Trail Solutions Staff. The school is capped at 20.

Date and Time: June 21st-23rd, 2013
Location: Richmond Hills Park, 1639 Tamarack Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49504
Fee: $ 300.00
Registration: [url]https://www.imba.com/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=320[/url]

Championship Point Series points updated

Championship Point Series points tabulated to include Hanson Hills race this past weekend.
Next up the Time Trial at Cannonsburg- State Games

http://www.stategamesofmichigan.com/

http://mmba.org/library/Programs/Championship%20Point%20Series%20(CPS)/Results/2013/CPS%20POINTS%202013.pdf

GOT MTB Women’s Clinic

GotMTB poster

 

The Got MTB (Girls on Trails Mountain Biking) Women’s Mountain Biking Clinic is geared for the beginner to the intermediate mountain bike rider.

On the bike, you will learn how to ride singletrack trails, and skills such as the basics of braking and cornering and how to distribute body weight on climbs and descents. Off the bike, a maintenance clinic then covers basic trail repair, how to fix a flat tire and a broken chain, and how to keep a bike clean and properly lubricated.

A third session, Mountain Biking 101, will cover basics of mountain biking such as nutrition, hydration, gear and safety.

Registration: www.bikereg.com/Net/19343 Registration is limited to 60 participants

When: Sunday June 30, 2013 930am-430pm
Where: River Bends Park 5700 22-Mile Road, Shelby Township, MI
Cost: $25 (includes clinics, tshirt and lunch)

Questions? Email gotmtb@cramba.org

Please bring mountain bike, helmet, and water for on bike clinic

Milford Trail Challenge! This Saturday, June 1!

milfordchallenge2013

Milford is central to several excellent trail systems…come out this Saturday and support the Motor City Mountain Biking Association!

 

Milford Trail Challenge Info Here

Championship Point Series standings

Championship Point Series standings

First, the big news is the increased participation so far in the women’s categories! Way to go, ladies!
Elite women participation jumped a whopping 283%, i.e. more than doubled over the course of the first to races (Yankee Springs and Fort Custer).
All other categories also experienced increased participation and I wasn’t even counting women racers under 18 years of age. The statistics are only for the women 19 and over in all categories.

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152841136105500&set=o.137774566273214&type=1&relevant_count=1&ref=nf

Standings: Updated for the first two races of the season. Please review the posted results for accuracy or missing results. Also note the finish times are rounded up. If you find discrepancies please email “cps@mmba.org” with the missing information. Thanks for your patience.

Remember if you still want Fort Custer results to be tabulated and have not yet registered for the series, please go to the BikeReg site and register before 11:59pm Sunday June 2nd. The next race is Fun Promotion’s Hanson Hills Challenge in Grayling.

LINKS:

CPS Registration

https://www.bikereg.com/Net/17601

CPS Standings

http://mmba.org/library/Programs/Championship%20Point%20Series%20(CPS)/Results/2013/CPS%20POINTS%202013.pdf

Hanson Hills information

http://www.funpromotions.com

Championship Point Series standings

Championship Point Series standings

Well, no, not quite completed. Yankee Springs results took quite a bit of time in part due to adding the finish times.   The results are not yet sorted either.

Please review the posted results for accuracy or missing results.   Also note the finish times are rounded up.  If you find discrepancies please email “cps@mmba.org” with the missing information.

Fort Custer results will be added in the coming few days.   Thanks for your patience.

Remember if you still want Fort Custer results to be tabulated and have not yet registered for the series, please go to the BikeReg site and register before 11:59pm Sunday June 2nd.  The next race is Fun Promotion’s Hanson Hills Challenge in Grayling.

LINKS:

CPS Registration

https://www.bikereg.com/Net/17601

CPS Standings

http://mmba.org/library/Programs/Championship%20Point%20Series%20(CPS)/Results/2013/CPS%20POINTS%202013.pdf

Hanson Hills information

http://www.funpromotions.com

Women on Mountain Bikes

Women on Mountain Bikes

The Michigan DNR used to run a program called “Becoming an Outdoor Woman” (BOW), but has discontinued this program. But it lives on, thanks to Clinton River Area Mountain Bike Association (CRAMBA-IMBA) member Martha Shue.

Re-named as “Got MTB” (Girls on Trails Mountain Biking), this is a Women’s Mountain Biking Clinic geared for the beginner to the intermediate mountain bike rider. On the bike, you will learn how to ride singletrack trails, and skills such as the basics of braking and cornering and how to distribute body weight on climbs and descents. Off the bike, a maintenance clinic then covers basic trail repair, how to fix a flat tire and a broken chain, and how to keep a bike clean and properly lubricated. A third session, Mountain Biking 101, will cover basics of mountain biking such as nutrition, hydration, gear and safety.

The next session is Sunday, June 30, 2013 from 930 am – 4:30 pm at River Bends Park. More information can be found at this link: http://cramba.org/gotmtb/

On the west side of the state, Western Michigan Mountain Bike Alliance member Julie Whalen and Marleah Bevelacqua led a women’s clinic in April which spurred a regular ride event. The women’s ride is every 2nd and 4th Monday from 6pm-7pm starting at Luton due to the ease for beginners. WMMBA member Nancy Curtis is exploring a similar program to be held in the Yankee Springs area. Their goal is to specifically help women who are not as confident riding on trails. Watch the WMMBA Facebook page for upcoming information: https://www.facebook.com/pages/West-Michigan-Mountain-Biking-Alliance-WMMBA/263913570344927