NEWS RELEASE FOR SUPERCROSS CUP 2017
CONTACT: Marc Bertucco, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Final Countdown:
The Vittoria Northeast Cyclocross Series returns to Rockland County Community College in one month
Suffern, NY, October 18, 2017 - After a successful debut year in a new location, Supercross returns to the “World Cup-style” venue that featured gigantic rolling hills, tricky off-cambers and clenching descents that tested even the most steely-nerved cross racers.
“Our second year at this venue has us really excited!” says race promoter Myles Romanow. “We will make a few revisions to the course and make use of the incredible amenities afforded to us by our hosts, Rockland Community College. With hot showers, changing rooms, plentiful parking, delicious food trucks, the Family Fun Zone, there really are so many reasons to say “I HEART NY” and make the trip to Supercross.”
Supercross starts on November 18th and is the third stop on the country’s longest-running professional cyclocross race series.
- CRAFT Sportswear Gran Prix of Gloucester - Oct. 14-15, 2017, Gloucester, MA
- The Cycle-Smart Northampton International - Nov. 11-12, 2017, Northampton, MA
- Supercross Cup - Nov. 18-19, 2017, Suffern NY
- NBX Gran Prix of 'Cross - Dec. 2-3, 2017, Warwick, RI
2017’s Vittoria Series was off blistering start this past weekend in Gloucester Massachusetts with aggressive racing, multiple lead changes. Soon after he crossed the finish line, former National Champion Jeremy Powers (Aspire Racing) reported, “I laid it all out there, 100%.”
At the end of the weekend, world-class racers Ellen Noble (Aspire Racing) and Emma White (Cannondale p/b cyclocrossworld.com) swapped wins on Saturday and Sunday and share the lead. On the men’s Elite side, Tobin Ortenblad (Santa Cruz Donkey Label Racing) continues his tear through the North American cross scene taking two wins and has a 30pt lead in the series. In addition to the UCI Elite winners, leader’s jerseys were awarded to 13 other amateur race categories.
In just a month’s time, close to 1000 of the country’s best amateur and professional racers; their staff, friends and family will will line up in the “backyard” of Rockland Community College to compete on a course that has been recognized as one of the best and hardest in the region.