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What is CCMS?
Discover the history of the Colin Craig Memorial Series, learn how to join in, and start participating.
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Rules/Regulations
Technical aspects, series rules, and local regulations that cyclists are required to follow while participating in the series. The information here is important and should be reviewed on a regular basis.
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Volunteer Page
One-stop reference for anyone who needs to learn about a volunteer position or sign up for a slot
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Schedule/Directions
Complete schedule for the season, with course maps, driving directions, and start/parking locations for each route
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Event Photos
View photos from the series, taken by our photographer volunteers
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Contact Us
Contact one of the event series directors
DIRECTOR TOOLS
PRINT FORMS

About the series

This annual training series is named in memory of Colin RF Craig. Colin was a native of Bozeman and grew up to love skiing and especially bicycling. This love, combined with a selfless, giving nature, led Colin to be one of the greatest supporters of all things cycling in the Gallatin Valley and beyond. We are excited to honor him with this series, while supporting the Colin Craig scholarship fund.

These events happen every Tuesday night from April to August and rotate between circuit events, criteriums, road events, and time trials. See the schedule page for dates, locations, and start times. The series is offered for riders to train and improve. Many use it to build strength and endurance, while others use the opportunity to learn to better ride in a group setting. Everyone is welcome to join in the events regardless of event experience (please review the rules/regulations page), but be prepared for fast-paced, friendly competition! Though the events can be highly competitive, the emphasis should always be on training to get better.

How can I join in the fun?
  • Fill out the GVBC online membership form here, which includes a link for CCMS signup.
  • Pay the fees online if possible, otherwise mail a check to GVBC
  • Sign up for volunteer slots on the volunteer page
  • Fill out a waiver form and bring it to the event
  • Participants are also required to have a USA Cycling membership ($70, www.usacycling.org), or will have to purchase a $10 day license at each event. The one day license form is available for pre-event printing from the Print Forms button on the bottom of the main CCMS page.
That's it! See you at the series.

CCMS Rules & Regulations

Click each topic for review

  • REQUIREMENTS TO PARTICIPATE
  • OUT-OF-TOWN/PARTIAL SEASON RIDERS
  • VENUES/EVENT TIMES
  • CATEGORIES
  • FIELD SIZES
  • UPGRADING
  • EVENT CANCELLATIONS
  • SAFETY
  • VOLUNTEERING

Volunteer Information and Sign-up

Volunteers are at the core of this series. For this reason, we encourage everyone to get involved in volunteering, especially newcomers. Volunteering is also a great way to get to know the details behind a bike race, and an opportunity to meet and talk with fellow racers and series veterans.

We have a few series rules for volunteering:
-Volunteer signups are now open!
-Riders will need to sign up for 2 volunteer slots just as in the past
-Out of your 2 volunteer slots, please sign up for one RR if there is one still needed.
-Volunteers may NOT have someone else fulfill their volunteer duties AND ride during the same event
-Volunteers are REQUIRED to show up 45 minutes before event time.
-Volunteers are required to drive to the event venue.
-The photo position is not a required position, so please fill that spot last. The other positions are REQUIRED in order for the event to begin.
-The season will not begin until the schedule has been filled.


Any rider is welcome to fill any position. For coordinators we have a helpful walkthrough below. Print it out and bring it with you to the race as a reference. The other volunteer positions are described in the second document below.

Coordinator Job Description

All Volunteer Descriptions

Now that you know what's going on, grab a slot!
Red Indicates a spot that needs to be covered by a volunteer

2016 CCMS Event Schedule

Number Name Date Start Times Course Map Directions
1 Norris Road Race - 1 lap April 19 6:30
2 TT: Penwell Bridge Rd 20k April 26 6:30
3 Bridger Canyon Road Race May 03 6:30
4 TT: Hyalite Canyon May 10 6:30
5 Jackson Creek Circuit Race May 17 6:30
6 Norris Road Race - 2 Laps May 24 6:30
7 Jackson Creek Road Race May 31 6:30
8 TT: Mercx Style Penwell Bridge Rd 20k June 07 6:30
9 Crit: Bobcat Stadium June 14 6:30
10 Bridger Canyon RR: Jackson to Sedan to B June 21 6:30
11 Mountain Bike Race: Bohart Ranch June 28 6:30
12 Crit: Bobcat Stadium July 05 6:30
13 Bridger Canyon: 6 mile to Battle Ridge a July 12 6:30
14 TT: Springhill/Penwell - 40k July 19 6:30
15 Mountain Bike Race: Bohart Ranch July 26 6:30
16 Jackson Creek Revision August 02 6:30
17 Crit: Bobcat Stadium August 09 6:30
18 Norris Road Race - 2 Laps August 16 6:30
19 Mountain Bike Race: Bohart Ranch August 23 6:30
20 Jackson Creek Road Race August 30 6:30
21 Springhill Gravel Grinder September 06 6:30
22 TTT: Springhill/Penwell - 40k September 13 6:30
Bridger RR
Women
1. Ivy Pedersen
2. Jamie Ritter
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1. Kyle Rohan
2. Mason Harrelson
3. Henry Coppolillo
4. Alan Adams
5. Brett Fagan
B
1. Logan Diekmann
2. Phil Rotherham
3. Al Pendergass
4. Matt Arndt
5. Max Yanoff
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Event Director Contact Information

Alexandre Lussier is the Point of Contact for the event directors for the entirety of the 2016 season and may be contacted for any questions or comments about the training series.


Alexandre Lussier
GAS/Intrinsik Cycling
lussiera@hotmail.com

Betsy Cordes
Bozeman Masters Velo
bikeskibets@gmail.com


Any checks or other correspondence concerning the Colin Craig Memorial Series can be sent via mail to:
Gallatin Valley Bicycle Club
P. O. Box 6425
Bozeman, MT 59771

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Print event forms


USAC Release Form

One Day License + Release Form

Volunteer Release Form