In 2011 race director John Eustice decided that he’d shake up the Harlem Skyscraper Cycling Classic by turning the 39-year-old institution into, of all things, a track event. “I like to experiment with racing.” Eustice says. “One of the problems with cycling is that it’s too static. The format never changes. “If you look at […]
John Eustice is ready to experiment on cycling in the United States. The former 16-year pro, promoter of the 38-year-old Skyscraper Harlem Classic and Univest Grand Prix and USPRO board member will introduce high speed urban track racing to New York City this Sunday and hopes the model will expand across the country.
John Eustice is a legend in American cycling and a central piece of the East Coast cycling scene. Daniel McMahon takes a look at what makes the Harlem Cycling Classic promoter tick.