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NORBA’s ’03 NCS schedule halfway there

Mark your calendars, but don’t buy your tickets quite yet. USA Cycling has announced the dates for next year’s Chevy Trucks NORBA National Championship Mountain Bike Series, but the venues “have yet to be determined.” Promoted by GaleForce Sports Marketing, the 2003 NORBA season will include five races starting on May 15. GaleForce president Rick Sutton said that the sites of those five events will be announced soon. “We’re working on a number of venues,” said Sutton. In the meantime, spectators planning to attend and riders planning to participate in next year’s NCS events can get

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Dates set; locations pending

Mark your calendars, but don’t buy your tickets quite yet.

USA Cycling has announced the dates for next year’s Chevy Trucks NORBA National Championship Mountain Bike Series, but the venues “have yet to be determined.”

Promoted by GaleForce Sports Marketing, the 2003 NORBA season will include five races starting on May 15. GaleForce president Rick Sutton said that the sites of those five events will be announced soon.

“We’re working on a number of venues,” said Sutton.

In the meantime, spectators planning to attend and riders planning to participate in next year’s NCS events can get a little advance planning out of the way. As of today, the 2003 NCS schedule will include the following dates:NCS 1: May 15-18
NCS 2: June 12-15
NCS 3: June 19-22
NCS 4: July 24-27
NCS 5: Aug. 14-17

According to a GaleForce press release, the schedule also includes an alternate – August 24 to 27 – to “accommodate late changes to the schedule.”