• starting lineRecap from Sunny Day 2 of Subaru SEA OTTER CLASSIC
    Sea Otter is in full swing after a busy Friday with highlights ranging from a busy expo area to North America’s first eMTB race and the U.S. branch of the Brompton World Championships on the famous turns of the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. Pro men and women took to the rolling roads nearby for the road race while the mountain bike pros thrilled the assembled crowds on the short track inside the Expo area.
    In the Expo area demo bikes flew off the racks, and activities from egg hunts to yoga provided entertainment for all ages. And, of course, hundreds of new products were debuted, shown off, and tried out from the more than 430 exhibitors on hand.
    Tomorrow crowd favorites like cyclocross (at a new time – pros start at 1:30) and dual slalom will highlight the racing scene and the Expo area will be packed with events, demos and more (see below for a few can’t miss highlights). So grab a cold Sierra Nevada Sea Otter Ale from the beer garden (or pick one up later at Cannery Row Brewing in Monterey) and enjoy a huge weekend at the Subaru Sea Otter Classic!
    Can’t Miss Events
    Saturday is a massive day at Sea Otter, here are a few events tomorrow you won’t want to miss:
    Specialized Kids Zone: Kick things off with an egg hunt for the littles ones at 10 a.m., then hop in for a kids race at 11. Plus, plenty of grass to play on, kids demo bikes, and even a nice spot to get out of the sun and take a break from the action. See more.
    Women’s Activities: Stop in for a Q&A with Rebecca Rusch at 3:30 p.m., ride with Liv at 9 a.m., or get your Little Bella signed up for a day camp. See more.
    Festival Shows: Catch Ryan Leech, Mike Steidley, and Jeremy VanSchoonhoven, at shows around the venue all day. See more.
    Meet/Greet/Eat: Whether you want to meet a legend (like Missy Giove, John Parker, Ryan Nyquist, and Ted King) or swing by a happy hour event like the CLIF/IMBA party. See more.
     
    Check the full schedule for more information: SOCschedules.com.
    Race Results

    Event results are posted as soon as they become available,
    usually within a few hours of each race’s completion.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on April 15, 2016

    Topics: Front PG News, Sports

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