On September 13, 2008 Six riders from the Webcor Alto Velo Elite team will be lining up against the USA's finest criterium specialists in the second last race of the USA Crits Series at the San Francisco Twilight Criterium. Webcor's Ted Huang, Frank Scioscia and Director Bruce Wilford have negotiated a package deal with race promoters Project Sport that will allow the Go Greens quickest riders to go head to head with a full Professional field. The race will be the biggest end of season event on the calendar, with over $15000 in prizemoney on a course that takes in the world famous Fillmore, Greenwich and Union streets in downtown San Francisco. Webcor CEO Andy Ball and Webcor VIPs and Guests will be on hand to watch proceedings, as well as members of the Webcor Alto Velo Racing Club and thousands of cheering fans and revellers. To see comments from Andy Ball on Cyclingnews, scroll down when you click on "Webcor Team Brings Best to San Francisco" .
The Webcor Elite team will comprise:
Alternates are Chris Crawford , Graham Simpson and Jeff Williams, all who have ridden as strong support in the qualifying races, while Bruce Wilford will be Director Sportif with assistance from Matt Beebe. The Bike Connection and Williams Wheels will provide the team with full support. Be there for the action, with the womens Pro Race at 630pm, and the Mens Pro Race at 8pm, with an Afterparty at http://www.apartment24sf.com/ .
Parking for fans and friends will be at the Marina Middle School, on Fillmore and Bay Streets. The Webcor Men and Women will be warming up from 530pm in the Pro Athlete Village just beyond turn 1 on Union between Fillmore and Steiner. At this time Webcor AV will also be represented by our top club riders starting at 5pm on the same course, be sure to give them a Go Green shout out!