Region Riot Criterium Bike Race in Hammond

Region Riot Criterium Bike Race in Hammond

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Mayor Thomas M. McDermott, Jr., in partnership with Region Racing Powered by Strack & Van Til is proud to bring back the Region Riot Criterium bike race to the city of Hammond on Saturday, May 11, 2019 from 8:00 am until 6:00 pm.

A criterium cycling race, also known as a crit, is a bike race consisting of multiple laps around a closed circuit, the length of each lap or circuit ranging from 800 meters to 5 km. The Riot course is 2 km (1.3 miles). Events often have prizes called primes (pronounced /priːmz/ ) for winning specific intermediate laps. An announcer broadcast tells the riders that whoever wins the next lap, wins the prime. Spectators are welcome to watch the cyclists compete at designated spots along the course. Since these races are known to be extremely competitive, sometimes there is bumping and crashes in the pack.

The Hammond Region Riot Criterium details are below:

Location – Wolf Lake Memorial Park, 2324 Calumet Avenue, Hammond, Indiana, and the race will circle around the Calumet Avenue, 129th Street and Sheffield Parkway. Parking is available at the splash pad and near the Pavilion.

Schedule of Events:

Time 8:00
Category Juniors (15-18)

Time: 8:01
Category: Juniors (9-14)

Time: 8:35
Category: Masters +35 4/5

Time: 9:15
Category: Masters +35 123

Time: 10:10
Category: Women 4

Time: 10:55
Category: Men 5

Time: 11:30
Category: Uncategorized

Time: 12:10
Category: Men 3

Time: 1:05
Category: Women 3/4

Time: 1:55
Category: Men 1/2/3

Time: 3:05
Category: Men 4

Time: 3:45
Category: Women 1/2/3/4

Time: 4:45
Category: Men 4/5

The first race is $20 in advance, each additional race $10; juniors race free; one day USA Cycling License required minimum; fee $10; signed waiver by participant; for juniors, signature of parent or guardian required.

The course is a fast 1.3 mile circuit near beautiful Wolf Lake.

Register on-line: click for details or click for details

Questions: Contact the Region Racing Bike Team on Facebook: click for details

Or Twitter: @RegionRacing.



Tags: local events, nwi things to do, biking, hammond, wolf lake, fun things to do, region riot

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Event Details

Date: May 11, 2019
Time: 8:00am - 6:00pm

Location:
Wolf Lake Memorial Park
2324 Calumet Ave.
Hammond IN

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    Breakfast & Lunch Cafe
    *****FIRST PLACE******
    *Best Place for Brunch*
    *Best Place for Breakfast*
    *Best Family Restaurant*
    by "The Times Best of the Region"
    (219) 769-0000

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    7651 Harvest Drive, Schererville
    Immediate Care
    No Appointment Needed
    Monday - Friday, 8am-8pm
    Saturday & Sunday, 8am-4:30pm
    (219) 322-5723

  • Visit Website
    Authentic Mexican Cuisine
    Locations in Schererville,
    Merrillville, Munster, Portage,
    Valparaiso & Chesterton.
    Drink Specials, Entertainment,
    Catering & More!

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