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PRESS RELEASE -Competition schedule for Park City Cycling Festival announced

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. (January, 2005)—USA Cycling announcedtoday the competition schedule for the 2005 Park City Cycling Festivalpresented by USA Cycling.Scheduled for June 20-July2, the opening week of the 13-day cyclingextravaganza features elite, U23 and junior events before yielding to themaster categories in week two.After a successful inaugural year that saw 1866 competitors and nearly2400 race entries, the 2005 festival has expanded to invite the nation’sbest men’s and women’s elite riders to Park city in an effort to unifyall levels of competitive cycling as they compete for

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2005 Road Nationals Unite Junior, U23, Master and Elite Categories

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. (January, 2005)—USA Cycling announcedtoday the competition schedule for the 2005 Park City Cycling Festivalpresented by USA Cycling.Scheduled for June 20-July2, the opening week of the 13-day cyclingextravaganza features elite, U23 and junior events before yielding to themaster categories in week two.After a successful inaugural year that saw 1866 competitors and nearly2400 race entries, the 2005 festival has expanded to invite the nation’sbest men’s and women’s elite riders to Park city in an effort to unifyall levels of competitive cycling as they compete for national championships.In total, over 2000 riders from across the United States are expected tocompete for the 125 stars and stripes jerseys that are up for grabs.The action kicks off with elite and junior time trials on Antelope IslandState Park on June 21 before moving to nearby Deer Valley Resort for roadrace and criterium events.Master categories take the stage beginning on June 27 and follow a similarschedule with time trial events on Antelope Island followed by road andcriterium competitions at Deer Valley Resort.Again co-organized by Blue Wolf Events and Team Big Bear, the Park CityCycling Festival presented by USA Cycling will be preceded by a world-classcaliber mountain bike event. The fourth round of the 2005 NORBA NationalMountain Bike Series is scheduled for Deer Valley Resort June 17-19 givingcycling enthusiasts an opportunity to test their skills on the fat tirecircuit before taking to the road.Clickhere for a complete competition schedule of the 2005 Park City CyclingFestival.Online registration is available at www.sportsbaseonline.com.


For more information on Park City’s unique recreation, visit www.parkcityinfo.comor contact Mark Bennett with the Park City Chamber & Visitors Bureauat (800) 453-1360 or (435) 649-6100.About USA Cycling
Recognized by the U.S. Olympic Committee and the Union CyclisteInternationale, USA Cycling promotes American cycling through its 50,000members and 2,000 annual events. USA Cycling associations include the BMXAssociation (BMX), National Off-Road Bicycle Association (mountain bike),U.S. Cycling Federation (road/track) and the U.S. Professional Racing Organization(professional men’s road). For more information visit www.usacycling.org.About NORBA
NORBA is the mountain bike member association of USA Cycling. Recognizedby the U.S. Olympic Committee and the Union Cycliste Internationale, USACycling promotes American cycling through its 45,000 members and 2,000annual events. For more information, visit www.usacycling.org