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PRESS RELEASE: Junior Racers have PCT opportunity in New York

NEW YORK, NY. - The Junior PCT Grand Prix, the second race on the Jr. PCT Grand Prix series will be kicking off the day’s festivities at the 2004 BMC Software New York City CyclingChampionship on August 1,in Lower Manhattan.  Approximately 50 juniorcyclists will compete in the 20-mile race for a cash prize on the challenging,Lower Manhattan course.The juniors will have to maneuver the tight 1.2 mile dog bone-shapedcourse beginning and ending at the intersection of Wall and Water Streets.For registration information please contact Ron Ruggiero, AncillaryEvent Coordinator, 215-546-3273 or email

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By Press Release – Pro Cycling Tour

NEW YORK, NY. – The Junior PCT Grand Prix, the second race on the Jr. PCT Grand Prix series will be kicking off the day’s festivities at the 2004 BMC Software New York City CyclingChampionship on August 1,in Lower Manhattan.  Approximately 50 juniorcyclists will compete in the 20-mile race for a cash prize on the challenging,Lower Manhattan course.The juniors will have to maneuver the tight 1.2 mile dog bone-shapedcourse beginning and ending at the intersection of Wall and Water Streets.For registration information please contact Ron Ruggiero, AncillaryEvent Coordinator, 215-546-3273 or email Ronald.ruggiero4@verizon.netor log onto www.procyclingtour.comand click on BMC Software New York City Cycling Championship.The BMC Software New York City Cycling Championship is the fourth eventon the 2004 Pro Cycling Tour – the national, all-professional racing seriesthat includes pro road races in Lancaster, PA, Trenton, NJ, Philadelphia,and San Francisco.  The PCT is managed by Threshold Sports and sanctionedby USA Cycling. Threshold Sports, based in Philadelphia, is the nations’leading producer of professional cycling events and programs in the U.S.For more information, please visit www.ProCyclingTour.com.