Articles Tagged hills

Jamestown Classic (October 8, 2012)

By Heather McLaughlin on November 20th, 2012
A sunny Monday in October brought the Harvard Cycling team down to Jamestown, RI for the Jamestown Classic, a beautiful looped road race course around the island. It served as both the end of summer racing season for the veterans, as well as a first race for many enthusiastic new racers. Ian and Jesse drove down earlier in the morning with new racers Nima and Alex, arriving for the start of the men’s Cat. 5 race. The women had a slightly more stressful trip down. I was supposed to pick up the rental car as soon as Enterprise opened ... [read more]

Byron's Dartmouth Race Report

By Guo-Liang Chew on August 28th, 2012
Last weekend we headed to scenic New Hampshire and Vermont for the ECCC's penultimate race weekend. On the menu was last year's brutal ITT, the classic Frat Row crit, and a new road race course that I hadn't seen before. The ITT was actually cut short this year because the dirt climb section had been re-graded and gravel had been laid down, making it mostly impassable by road bike. So instead of a grueling 3.75-mile race with 2 main climbs, it was instead a speedy 2.5-mile relatively flat course with a single climb out of ... [read more]