Denver, CO October 16, 2006 The top collegiate mountain bike racers from around the country will compete for the 2006 NCCA Mountain Bike Championships October 20-22 in Angel Fire, New Mexico. Boasting a wide assortment of World Cup courses, Angel Fire Resort serves as the proving ground for rising fat-tire stars from around the nation in the disciplines of downhill (DH), mountaincross (MX), cross-country (XC) and short-track (STXC).
Friday October 20th features STXC and MX events, each providing great spectating and bar to bar racing. Saturday will be the ultimate test of fitness and bike-handling skill for cross-country riders on the technically demanding ten-mile course which winds through the breathtaking hills of the Sangre De Cristo Mountains. The competitive portion of the event concludes on Sunday with the renowned Angel Fire downhill. Riders will negotiate the rough volcanic terrain of Angel Fire as they drop over 1,500 feet in just under six minutes.
The event comes to a close Sunday afternoon as the overall team and individual national champions are crowned. Join us as the athletes earn the stars and stripes Rocky Mountain Style! For more information please head to www.cyclecyndicate.com
The National Collegiate Cycling Association (NCCA), founded in 1985, is a standing committee of USA Cycling. The National Collegiate Cycling Association (NCCA) administers, develops, promotes and governs collegiate cycling across the country. The continued progress and development of collegiate cycling is the responsibility of the NCCA Management Committee, NCCA staff and the conference directors.
For additional information, please contact Mike McCormack at Bigfoot Productions; email@example.com
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