Without a major sponsor for 2019, Red Hook Crit organizer decides to take the year off, rather than decreasing the event's scale.
Since EF announced its partnership with Rapha, we've all been wondering how WorldTour pros will fare in "alternative" races.
11 years into its existence, the Red Hook racing series continues to look for ways to grow bigger and better
Filippo Fortin and Raphaele Lemieux won the rain-soaked Red Hook Criterium in Brooklyn, New York.
A course update and potentially wet conditions could make for a tricky Red Hook Crit this weekend this weekend
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After years of racing with a freewheel, Kyle Murphy is returning to his fixie roots at the Barcelona round of the Red Hook crit series
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As ever, Saturday's Red Hook Criterium was a crash fest, but one pileup in particular may have set a new standard for mayhem
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The Red Hook Criterium has partnered with Castelli and local groups to benefit post-Sandy relief efforts in Brooklyn
It was just passed 10:00 Saturday night as I made my way down the dark, cobbled lane near Erie Basin in Brooklyn. In search of the staging area for the third Red Hook Criterium, a 20-lap race for track-bike riders with a penchant for unorthodox racing, I hoped to spy some of the participants at registration before things got underway.
An unsanctioned race deep in the belly of New York’s biggest borough, the Red Hook crit, now in its third year, is held on a course that race founder and promoter David Trimble tries to keep secret till race-night registration. So riders have to show up and pay their entry fee to learn the course’s whereabouts.