Team Photo Day

Mark your calendars, the team photo is scheduled for Saturday, February 8th at 8am. Pictures will be taken in front of our title sponsor, Fun Sport Bikes, located at 1700 McHenry Ave in Modesto (McHenry Village Shopping Center). An all team ride will follow with details to be announced on the Yahoo group email list. Please wear your new kits for the photos. Thanks!

Thank You!

Thanks to all of the racers, sponsors, volunteers, organizers and spectators – you all helped make Edition 3.0 of the Turlock Lake Road Race another huge success! We appreciate all of the support – see you again next year.  PODIUM PICTURES CAN BE FOUND HERE.  An additional link to more race photos should be posted by Friday, April 19th.

HawkinsTLRR2013Photo by Ray Prevost

The Race Year in Review

Fun Sport Bikes Cycling Team: The Race Year in Review

Membership Year: October 2011 – October 2012

Based on Reported RRP Results and USA Cycling Data

  • Number of Races/Events Members Participated In: 371
  • Number of Separate Races (Road, CX, MTB, Track & Tri): 91
  • Number of Top 10 Finishes: 156 (42%)
  • Number of Podium/Top 3 Finishes:  68 (18%)
  • Number of 1st Place Finishes: 33 (9%)
  • Number of Active Racers: 38
  • Average Number of Yearly Races/Events per Active Racer: 10


FSB Cycling Team: 2011-2012 Race Year in Review (PDF)

Congratulations to Jim Pyatt

How ma6-12-24 Hour World Time Trial Championshipsny miles can you ride in 24 hours?  Ciclistas del Valle member Jim Pyatt knows how many he can ride – 416.5!

On November 2-3, he competed in the 6-12-24 Hour World Time Trial Championships in California’s Coachella Valley.  Racing was a non-drafting, time trial format, where riders tried to rack up as many miles as possible on an extremely flat and fast course.  The event drew endurance athletes from all over the world, inlcuding Slovenia, United Kingdom, Italy, Canada and the United States.  Field sizes doubled over the inaugural year and the 24 hour race is a UMCA World Cup event and RAAM Qualifier.

Congratulations to Jim on a great race. His official results:

• 1st place in his men’s age group
• 416.5 Miles
• Average Speed – 18.3 mph
• 7th Overall
• 4th American