DLV’s first workday is scheduled for 9AM, Saturday November 2nd. Start getting those 2020 Rider of the Year points EARLY. Come join us if you can, we appreciate your help!!!!
rebury and extend french drain
repaint patched areas and lines
trim tree’s and invasive plants
trash in culverts
fix back-gate fencing
patch pavilion roof board
cut bolts from board replacement
pressure spray mold off officials stand
pressure spray buildings
attach restroom signs to doors
grind down warm-up track lip
find missing drain grate
grass debris on back side of boards
The Youth Cycling League and Olympic Development Riders put on an excellent event with riding, music, food, and fun.
Thank you to these riders:
Stephen Boland: 200 laps
Michael Gibson: 200 Laps
Michael Tharp: 200 Laps
Erin Young: 200 Laps
Nick Leonard: 200 Laps
Kathleen Laporte: 157 Laps
Eric Palacio: 147 Laps
Justin Roman: 147 Laps
Pete Wicker: 113 Laps
Mike Barman: 99 Laps
We were able to raise close to $3500. There is still time to donate or pay for your pledge at our Lap-a-Thon website: https://anython.com/event/bike-athon-12302.
After Friday the event will close but you can still donate by using the DLV Donation page: https://www.dicklanevelodrome.com/product/donate/
Special thanks to Gary Morgan and Darel Christopher for running the RFID timing during the event.
Our friends at MACC that run the one love century (and help support our youth cycling) are looking for volunteers August 31st.
Here are the details:
The One Love Century Ride is around the corner on August 31, 2019.
We need volunteers. Feel free to invite your friends and family too! One Love Century takes teamwork, and we need everyone on our team!
· Sign up for volunteer role(s) HERE!.
· See below for a list of volunteer opportunities to sign up for.
ONE LOVE DAY OF VOLUNTEER POSITIONS [AUGUST 31]
· Rest Stop Teams 1, 2, & 3 (Rest Stops 1 & 2 have two shifts; Rest Stop 1 has One Shift)
· Route Safety/Directional aka Critical Areas (13 intersections requiring coverage to keep cyclists safe)
· SAG Vehicles (Vehicles to rescue fatigued or injured cyclists)
· Check-in Registrations
· Melon Station
· Food Station
We’re using SignUp.com to organize our volunteer support. Here’s how it works in 3 easy steps:
1) Click this link to sign up for your volunteer role(s): https://signup.com/go/RuSWVKA
2) Review the options listed and choose the spot(s) you like.
3) Sign up! It’s Easy – you will NOT need to register an account or keep a password on SignUp.com.
Note: SignUp.com does not share your email address with anyone. If you prefer not to use your email address, please contact me and I can sign you up manually.
We will try again next week.
A thank you to our sponsors Ethic, Inc for the Velodrome Cup and Oz Pizza for the Friday Night Sprints. If you missed the action or need to take notes you can re-watch the action on our YouTube channel:
We would like to congratulate all our winners over the two days
A Women: Erica Carney
A Men: Jame Carney
B/C: Thomas Duke
Masters: Andy Bailie
Women Sprints: Annalise Oestreich
Men Sprints: Nick Oestreich
Find all the results HERE
The velodrome is volunteer run so with out them we couldn’t put these events on without them – so a special thanks to:
And finally a BIG thank you goes to our Sponsors and Supporters:
Metro Atlanta Cycling Club – One Love Century
Andy Bailie Re/Max Metro Atlanta
Georgia Bike Racing Association
The Marley House
City of East Point
ATL Airport District
We’ll have printed copies on site – but feel free to print at home and bring with you. As a reminder Friday Night features the Oz Pizza Festival of Speed that starts at 6pm. Saturday’s event – Ethic Velodrome Cup kicks off at 3pm with main events scheduled 6 to 9.
Guide and Event details: here
We will see everyone next Monday.