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While WNYMBA members love racing in general and particularly those fine groups in Western New York like Single Track Racing and HeartRateUp who run races in WNY, WNYMBA doesn't actually run or sanction races ourselves and our insurance company has "strongly suggested" that we tell you that. So there, we told you!


 

WNYMBA Sprague Brook Race Series
Written by WNYMBA Racing   
Wednesday, 22 May 2013 08:23

The WNYMBA Sprague Brook Race Series kicks off tonight.  Remember online registration only (no walk ups) with registration staying open until 5pm today.  The series deal (special price and t-shirt) also ends today at 5.  Check-in (5-6:15) and parking will be located near shelter #5 near the other bathrooms.  This is located just past the bridge and up the hill on the west side of the park.  Very near where last year's spring series was held.  Below are links for registration and a map of Sprague Brook Park.  See you tonight!

Sprague Brook Map http://www2.erie.gov/parks/index.php?q=sprague-brook-park-map

Race #1 Only Reg http://webscorer.com/register?raceid=6388

Series Reg http://webscorer.com/registerseries?seriesid=6396

 

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