Thursday, November 4, 2010

2010 Ice Cross

Are you Up to the last Cyclo-Cross Race of the Season in this area?

Ride on parts of the famous Iceman Cometh course and earn a chance to win either a Cannondale or Slingshot Cyclo-Cross bike frame set.

Timber Ridge Resort

Sunday November 7, 2010

This newly created course promises to be a challenging and fun course that will incorporate parts of the Ice Hole and a new bike terrain park at Timber Ridge.

Come join Twin Bays Racing and Timber Ridge RV & Recreation Resort for the final bike race of the season in the Grand Traverse Region. The three races will include asphalt, sand, dirt, a boardwalk as well as both natural and manmade barriers. The “C” race starts at 9:00am (30 minutes), the “B” race at 9:45 (45 minutes) and the “A” race at 11:00 (60 minutes).

If you have not done a cross race and have some “juice” left in your legs after the Iceman, come find out why cyclo-cross is the fastest growing segment of the cycling market. You can use your mountain bike, a cross bike or a modified road bike. Cyclo-cross racing is great fun. It’s also technically challenging and physically demanding. The effort and skill required to compete elevates your overall racing fitness and leads to great improvement when the spring races roll around.

Warning: Cyclocross riding has been found to be very addictive! Try it and you might quickly adapt a new fall sport. To treat your addiction and to register for the Ice Cross:

Checkout our website: or our registration site: For additional information call: (231)941-7050.

Cyclo-Cross is a great spectator sport. The public is invited to watch all the festivities. Children also love all the action, excitement, thrills and spills. Cowbells, cameras and other noisemakers are welcomed

· Every rider during our season race series will be eligible to win a bike frame set from either Cannondale or Slingshot Bicycles. Each bike frameset is valued at almost $1,000 and every race you do provides you with another chance to win.


Twin Bays Racing


  1. Is this the right place to check for results?


  2. To Ray: