Richard Moellering passed away on Friday 4/20/18 of complications from a cycling accident a couple weeks ago. He was a xXx Racing member since 2012. Richard raced many ABR events over the years, 2018 MATTS, TOI/W & ROTY 75-79 Season Overall winner. He told he retired, became full time bicycle racer and worked part time Uber driver enjoying meeting people and seeing Chicagoland. He was a real gentleman, he is missed already. Wake
Friday, Apr 27 at 4-9 pm
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Sad to report that Bill Goodger, age 77, President of Midwest Masters Cycling Team passed away. He suffered severe injuries from a fall while on a cycling training ride in California. He was one of the top Master racer in Midwest, Crits, Road, Time Trial and Track. He dominated the TT's. Bill was a Professor of Veterinarian Medicine at UW Madison, Dairy.
I heard Bill ask a slightly faster younger rider at an awards ceremony, when would he be turning 60. The rider said next year. Bill replied "I guess next year I will be 2nd place." They both laughed.
There is a Tribute to William J. Goodger, (Bill) on the Reis Family Mortuary website. - see below:
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Race Class Entered ___________. Your racing age & category listed on your racing membership/license card _________.
For Race Class Entered write in the Ability Category number or Age Group or Age Group/Ability Category you are entering. (See Event race flyer for race classes). (ex. Cat 1/2, 30-39, Women Cat 3, 40+ cat 4/5, Junior 16-18)
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TIP: When you pick up your number at registration ask what ability or age category they registered you into. TIP Two:PLEASE print your name clearly so we can read it correctly. You do not want all the glory to go to some unknown person who is a figment of the typists imagination. TIP Three: Stick around and take a gander at the results to be sure you are listed. Lastly: Thanks for coming to the races, we surely enjoy the competition.
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Time Trial Etiquette: 1. Be at event minimum 1 hour before your start time.
2. Pick up your race number when you arrive.
3. Check your race class is correct at number pick up.
4. Pin number on correctly, Officials need to see it clearly.
5. Use Toilets, be they out house, portable, or fancy indoor.
6. Wearing Clothes in public is mandatory for all participants.
7. Be at Start line ON TIME - 10 min before your start time.
8. If your late to start your time is running.
9. Need a new start time ask Registration.
10. Ride on the right side of road, not in the middle, not on left side, not in the ditch.
11. When you finish, do not screech to a halt, the rider behind you needs time to slow down.
12. Have the Time of Your Life.
I'm the owner of Focal Flame Photography, and wanted to thank you for putting a link on the ABR site to our photo gallery from the 2011 KIrke Vei TIme Trial organized by the Mad City Velo Club. We really appreciate the support from the cycling community. Photo sales are key in allowing us to continue event photography for cycling, including time trials.
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contact information has changed: e-mail, web links, phone #'s,
etc.., please contact
Also, if your club is defunct, please let me know so I can remove it. Thanks.
So you are going to a Bicycle Race. First time? Second
year? Or been there decades. Have a great fun time, be competitive
using your skills to place well. Race wise and safe.
Here are some simple courteous rules: No Bare bottoms, keep it to yourself, do it in the car or rest
room, bare bottoms will be DQ. No Litter Bugs take your trash,
banana peels, apple cores, orange peels, gooey wrappers,
water bottles, tissues & diapers home with you or place
in garbage can. Use Toilets not
the area around the toilet, behind a building, next to
or at a tree, your a
human not a puppy. Human puppies will be DQ no matter how
old or young. No Fouls users of
foul language, threats, striking or attempting to strike
and knocking a person down are DQ
offenses. Beware GPS satellite security cameras are
watching every where!!
the Category Ladder" by Mike Ebert
Voytek Glinkowski Artist and ABR Racing member
You Tube Art film here
And, go here to
see more paintings by Voytek.
to Renew Your American Bicycle Racing License