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  • 2013

    EVENT MAGAZINE

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    Letter From the Editor

    Back in 1980 during a high school German Club trip to Fredricksburg, TX,

    I noticed a guy on the bus wearing a cycling hat. The German Club was

    comprised of kids from many different classes, most of which I had never

    met before. I introduced myself to him (his name was Chirs Giordanelli)

    and we started talking about cycling. During the several-hour bus ride,

    Chris and I talked about bicycle racing, the movie Breaking Away and the difference

    between his $1,000 racing bike and I my Schwinn Varsity. I must have expressed an

    interest in racing because soon after, Chris and I started riding together. After doing a

    couple of short rides, one day he asked me if I wanted to ride to New Braunfels (we

    lived in San Antonio, Texas at the time) which was about 30 miles away. In retrospect, I

    wasnt in shape enough to do a 60-mile ride, but I agreed to do it anyhow.

    The first leg of the ride was great. We ate lunch, rested a bit and then began our ride back. About 10 miles into the ride home, my legs started to seize up and I couldnt

    turn the pedals. In cycling "speak" I bonked. Chris remained calm, got off his bike,

    adjusted the seat so that I would be able to reach the pedals and let me ride his 20 lb.

    -$1,000 Raleigh professional racing bike the rest of the way home while he rode my

    40 lb. Schwinn. Up to that point I never understood why someone would pay $1,000

    for a bicycle, but after riding it for 20 miles, I was sold and cycling became my passion.

    Over the years, I became an excellent bike racer, but more importantly I developed

    a real love for the sport. For this reason, it gives me great pleasure to be involved with

    the Asheboro in Motion Criterium, even if its just as the publisher of this event magazine

    and a spectator at the races. Who knows, maybe next year you will see me in the pack as it snakes its way down Fayetteville Street.

    Finally, if you arent from Asheboro, welcome. Enjoy the race and all the events that

    have been planned for your enjoyment! Whether I am racing or not, I hope to see you next year, if not sooner.

    Take Care,

    Dave

    This is me at the 1984 Texas Road Race Championship.

    Another picture of me at the 1984 Texas Road Race Championship.

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    Asheboro In Motion Criterium Event Magazine is published annually by Asheboro & More Marketing, Inc. Any reproduction or duplication of any part thereof must be done with the written permission of the Publisher. All information included herein is correct to the best of our knowledge as of the publication date. Corrections should be forwarded to the Publisher at the address above.

    Disclaimer: The paid advertisements contained within Asheboro In Motion Criterium Event Magazine are not endorsed or recommended by the Publisher. Therefore, neither party may be held liable for the business practices of these companies.

    Asheboro in Motion Criterium Event Magazine is a production of Asheboro & More Marketing, Inc.

    Asheboro & More Marketing, Inc.PO Box 1369Asheboro, NC 27204336-698-3889

    www.asheboroandmore.com

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  • 6 Asheboro In Motion Criterium Event Magazine

    Letter From Chamber President

    T he Asheboro/Randolph

    Chamber of Commerce is

    pleased to be able to bring

    the Third Annual Asheboro

    in Motion Criterium to our

    community and the 2013 Criterium has

    something for everyone. In addition to the

    excitement of world class cyclists racing

    side by side at speeds over forty miles per

    hour, the nationally acclaimed Kings BMX

    Stunt Show will be back in town with their

    high flying BMX stunt show. Maybe you caught their recent performance on the TV

    show Americas Got Talent, but if not, you

    can see them on May 4th in Bicentennial

    Park with shows at 11:00 am, 1:30 and 3:00 pm. Also, you will not want to miss the

    Adult Trike races. Last years winning team from Randolph Bank & Trust is coming back

    to defend their title and several teams have already signed up to take their crown away.

    The Randolph Arts Guild will also be hosting Art on Sunset with a talented group of artists

    and crafters offering their wares along Sunset Avenue.

    Also, while youre in Downtown Asheboro enjoying the activities, we hope you will

    take the opportunity to visit some of the many restaurants and shops in the area. Youll

    find everything from specially brewed coffees to vintage wines, antiques and collectibles.I want to express our appreciation to everyone that helped make this event possible,

    including the Randolph Hospital Human Motion Institute, the City of Asheboro, the Heart

    of North Carolina Tourism Bureau, Randolph Arts Guild and Charlotte Sports Cycling.

    Sincerely,

    George W. GuslerPresident

    Asheboro/Randolph Chamber of Commerce

    317 East Dixie Drive

    Asheboro, NC 27203

    (336) 626-2626

    gusler@asheboro.com

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    Criterium Event ScheduleMay 4, 2013

    9 a.m. - Category 5 Mens Race9:35 a.m. - Masters Men 45+ Race10:25 a.m. - Womens Open Race11 a.m. - Art on Sunset begins Sunset Avenue11 a.m. - BMX stunt show Bicentennial Park11:20 a.m. - Category 3, 4 and 5 Mens 35+ Race12:10 p.m. - Category 4 Womens Race12:45 p.m. - Adult Trike Racing Round 11 p.m. - Rock 92 Live Remote Community One

    courtyard1 p.m. - Masters Men 35+ Race1:30 p.m. - BMX stunt show Bicentennial Park2 p.m. - Juniors 10-12, 13-14, 15-16, and 17-18

    Races2:30 p.m. - Adult Trike Racing Semi-finals2:45 p.m. - Category 4 Mens Race3 p.m. - BMX stunt show Bicentennial Park3 p.m. - Rock 92 Live Remote concludes

    Community One courtyard3:30 p.m. - Adult Trike Racing Finals3:45 p.m. - Category 3 Mens Race4:40 p.m. - Kids Races5 p.m. - Professionals 1 and 2 Race6 p.m. - Event concludes

    TriketeriumMay 4, 2013

    The first round of races will begin at 2:30 pm and teams will run as follows:

    Heat Number 1Insurance Associates of the Triad VS Randolph

    Hospital Motion InstituteHeat Number 2

    Asheboro City Police Department VS Randolph County Sherriffs Department

    Heat Number 3Asheboro City Council VS Randolph Community

    CollegeHeat Number 4

    Randolph Hospital Motion Institute VS Randolph Bank & Trust

    The winners from each of these four heat races will compete in the elimination races beginning at

    3:00 pm as follows:Elimination Race Number 1

    Winner of Heat Number 1 VS Winner of Heat Number 2

    Elimination Race Number 2Winner of Heat Number 3 VS Winner of Heat

    Number 4

    Immediately following the winners of the elimination races will compete for the overall Asheboro in Motion Triketerium Championship

    as follows:

    Winner of Elimination Race Number 1 VS Winner of Elimination Race Number 2

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