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5/6/2017 to 5/6/2017     ANNUAL HPV FUN DAY AT HELLYER PARK VELODROME Update
Location: San Jose, California
Description:

Announcing date for 2017 HPV Fun Day at Hellyer Park Velodrome.   Racing starts at 1:30, goes to 5 p.m.    Details to be added later

 
6/24/2017 to 6/25/2017     Michigan HPRA Rally Update
Location: Waterford Hills Race Course, Clarkston, MI
Description:

This is the oldest Human Powered Vehicle event in Noth America - 33rd annual! See event details on the pre-registration page.  New this year is a quarter mile hot lap TT; do as many laps as you like, your fastest lap is your time.  Free camping at the track starting Friday night.  Contact teddwheeler@hotmail.com with questions.  Please pre-register here to save time on race day:

http://www.hpra.bostonandpop.com/

 
9/11/2017 to 9/16/2017     2017 World Human Powered Speed Challenge Update
Location: Battle Mountain, NV
Description:

The annual world's fastest bicycles and tricylces competition on Highway 305 outside of Battle Mountain, Nevada. Current world records set last year are

  •  The overall speed record at 89.59 MPH (144.17 KPH), by Dr. Todd Reichert of Team Aerovelo.
  • The Junior (Age 17 years) record at 65.93 MPH (106.10 KPH), by Florian Kowalik of Team GeeBee.
  • The Womans Hand-Powered record at 24.85 MPH (39.99 KPH) by Sarah Peircy of the University of Plymouth team.
  • The Mens Multitrack (Trike) record at 73.95 MPH (119.01 KPH) by Gareth Hanks of Team Tri-Sled.

http://www.recumbents.com/wisil/whpsc2016/speedchallenge.htm

or

http://www.recumbents.com/wisil/whpsc2017/speedchallenge.htm

Note: teams are expected to arrive by Sunday evening September 10, 2017 to attend the Racers meeting.

This event sanctioned by the IHPVA International Human Powered Vehicle Association, the authority for over 40 years for human powered vehicle speed records.

 
10/2/2017     Kickstand Classic Update
Location: Bartlett, Illinois
Description:

Standard bicycle race that allows recumbents. electronic timing.  Warren Beauchamp won it overall last year on his homebuilt recumbent.  http://www.kickstandclassic.org/  2nd annual 

From website:  Participants will race on a car-free, loop course and are grouped into waves with people who bike at similar speeds. See how fast you can ride for this 10, 14.5 or 19-mile race. You choose the distance. Each participant is electronically chip timed for accuracy.

 

 

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