THE 2015 SHIMANO CYCLO X SERIES
Over $4,000 in Series Prizes!
Points go 50 deep for all Senior Men classes, except 55+
Points go 25 deep for Womens, Juniors, 55+ Men, Singlespeed
OCT 25th- is 1.5x points [ie 75 points for first, 73.5, 72 for 3rd etc.]
NOV 7th is 1.5x points [ie 75 points for first, 73.5, 72 for 3rd etc.]
NOV 21st - Louisville Rec Center [Series Championship] is 1.75x points
Overall results are determined by the ranking from a person's total points accumulated from their best FOUR races. In case of a series tie the win will go to the higher placing finisher at Louisville Rec Center. If neither tied athlete raced the championship we'll revert back to the higher placing athlete at the previous event. Ties will only be broken for the top 3 results in each category.
SERIES AWARDS: Cash for SW OPEN & SM OPEN. The Following categories will receive a new pair of cycling shoes [Specialized, Lake, or Scott] with the Boa Technology lacing system; SM3, SM4, SM40+Cat3, SM40+Cat4, SM50+, SM60+, SW4, SW35+, Singlespeed
WITHOUT LIMITS PRESENTS THE CHESAUX CUP
1ST PLACE SM OPEN SERIES CHAMPION
The Chesaux Cup is the only memorial that can live up to the kind of life Matthieu Chesaux lived - an outgoing, adventurous life, always on the move, never content to simply sit and watch the world go by. Matt had to move with it. Even when he was sitting down, he had to keep his mind moving, book in hand. For this reason, a memorial for Matt cannot be a stationary one. A memorial for Matt cannot be rooted to the ground or a wall somewhere, staying in place for an eternity. Like Matt himself, his memorial has to move. And so, the Chesaux Cup is perfect. It combines one of Matt's favorite passions - cycling and cyclocross - with the movement and constant change that was so essential in Matt's life. And it is not something that can be kept forever. Matt was a strong believer that victory is not a one-time achievement, it must be continually earned. You can win the race once, but if you want to keep your victory, you'll have to win it again. Thank you to Loni Sue Chesaux for working with Boulder Racing on the creation of the Chesaux Cup. Matt Chesaux was, and always will remain a fixture of the Boulder Cyclocross Scene!
2011 WINNER - Brandon Dwight (Boulder Cycle Sport)
2012 WINNER - Ken Benesh (Feedback Sports)
2013 WINNER - Robin Eckmann (Cal Giant)
2014 WINNER - Spencer Powlison (Evol Burritos Racing)