The 2012 Giro di Coppi returns for another year of quality racing on July 14, 2012.
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The Giro di Coppi returns with a challenging road race on a rolling course in Montgomery County, near Sugarloaf Mountain. Race held rain or shine. PARKING IS LIMITED; Squadra Coppi strongly urges racers to carpool.
Event t-shirts available for order on the BikeReg.com registration page!
Time Field Distance Prize
9:00am M1/2/3 62.5 miles $500/5
9:05am M3 50 miles $250/5
9:10am M 4 50 miles $250/5
1:00pm M4/5 35+ 37.5 miles $250/5
1:05pm M5 37.5 miles trophy
1:10pm W1/2/3/4 37.5 miles $250/5
Field limit: 50 for M5, 75 for all other races.
Entry fee: $35.00 all races. There is an additional fee associated with registering online.
Results: Official results for morning races will be posted after the completion of all morning races; official results for afternoon races will be posted after the completion of all afternoon races.
All races open to non-MABRA riders.
Course Description and Layout: Rolling 12.5 mile loop. Start at the Barnesville School on Barnesville Rd. Right at Old Hundred Road. Right on Comus Road. Right on Shiloh Church Road. Right on W. Old Baltimore Road. Left on Slidell Road. Right on Barnesville Road to Start/Finish. Finish at Barnesville Baptist Church. Feed zone located at Peachtree and Barnesville Rd. Centerline rule will be strictly enforced.
Wheel van will follow each race. Wheels in/wheels out support. Race promoter is not responsible for missing or damaged wheels.
For all junior riders, gear restrictions will be enforced.
Registration: ONLINE ONLY pre-register at bikereg.com. https://www.bikereg.com/Net/16667
No mail-in. Online registration closes at 5pm Wednesday July 11, 2012. $5 Unattached fee (except Juniors, W4 and M5). There will be no Day-Of Registration.
Careful with Google directions since they may take you through a creek that only the tallest SUVs can cross. From I-270, take Exit 22 toward MD-109 S/Old Hundred Rd. Make a right onto S/Old Hundred Rd. Drive for serveral miles to the T-intersection at Barnesville road. In order to keep traffic off of the course, the officials have asked that you take a right on Barnesville, and then a quick left on 109 Beallsville road. Continue for .8 miles and take a left on Sellman Road. Continue for .6 miles and take a left on Peach tree. The Barnesville School will be one mile ahead on the left.