Over $6,000 in Cash and Prizes!!!

Over $6,000 in Cash and Prizes!!!


Race Times/Categories
(For Blue and Red Races only)
Race 1- W Cat 3/4, M Cat 4, Masters 45+, Masters 55+ Start time- 10:30 (approx . 40min)
Race 2- W Cat 1/2, M Cat 1/2, 3, Masters 35+ Start time- 11:30 (approx . 60min)
Race 3- Juniors and First time racers Start time- 12:45 (approx . 20min)

Registration 9:30-12:15 Podium after last race finishes

Race Cost
All RED races will cost $20.00 Pre Race*, and $25.00 Day of.
-$10.00 from every racer in the series final will go to Toys for Tots.
All BLUE races are $15.00 Pre Race* . Or a season pass for $45.00
That's 1 FREE race!
*Online charges will apply

Series Winners
You must race 3 of the 5 races to be on the podium. Your best 4 of 5 races will be used to determine the overall series winners for each category. The Series final will break all ties.

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Thank You Racers

Well, it is over. We made it! Thank you to all the racers who came out and made this series a great one. There were good battles throughout the series, and we had great attendance for all the races. We promise to make next year even better. Just wait!!!

M. Olenick, R. Feldman and M. Scott-
I need your info so you can have your sweet awards for placing in the series.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

SICX Awards Party!!!

The date has been set for the SICX party,
December 15, 2009.
Sockeye Grill & Brewery has been gracious enough to donate their banquet space for the awards party.
Please join us at 7pm for $2.50 pint night and awards banquet at 8pm. A full menu will be available for all of the gastronomists attending the party.
What is an awards party without awards? Well, be sure to wear your adult diaper because your gonna need it when you see the sweet awards we'll be handing out. Also, if you need a new weapon to slay the competition next year, stick around for the BH cross bike raffle. Tickets will be available for purchase at the awards party.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

6th Annual Toys for Tots Cyclocross Race

It is time! The final weekend of cross in the valley is here. World Cycle and Reed Cycles will be hosting the SICX races this weekend. There will be a series races both days with the final on Sunday. We will be accepting your kind toy donations on both days. We ask that you bring an unwrapped toy that we can give to the US Marine Corp and the Toys for Tots. Bring something that you would have played with as a kid.

Registration fees for both Saturday and Sunday's Sandy Point Cross races are:
Pre-register= $20 + new un-wrapped toy. Day of race, $25 + new un-wrapped toy. Part of the cash from registration will be going to Toys for Tots as well.
Register at http://www.spondoro.com/

 We are looking forward to some more great courses and great racing, so come on out. Thank you for supporting the series and get ready for the season ending party. It will be a great time had by all.

We have the hard earned awards for the top three of each category. There are some good battles going on. Party details will soon follow.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

SICX #3 Presented by Georges Cycles

Come on out to Sandy Point for race three in the series. It will be our first of three visits to Sandy Point. Don't let high 30's and snow the night before keep you inside, those sound like great cross conditions! J Whitman and A Phipps will have some great course to keep you warm.

Results are up for the Overall here.

The final two races in the series will be 6th Annual Toys for Tots Double Whammy. Kids need toys, we all know that.
We will be accepting toys along with your race fee.  The US Marine Corp will be there Sunday to collect toys. We are asking every rider to bring a toy. You don't need to go crazy, but make sure it is a toy you would have played with as a kid.
Come on out and race!

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

SICX #2 Presented by Meridian Cycles at Eagle Island

Well, you have had a weekend off and your ready to race! Saturday is the 2nd race in the Southern Idaho Cyclocross Series. Time to add to those points, and get that racer cough back.
The race is being run as the third race of the Eagle Island Cyclocross Series, so check out the blog on Idahocyclocross.com for all info.
The points from race #3 of the EICX Series will be used for the SICX Series. Don't worry, we don't think it is as complicated as you do. Just go race and have fun.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Velo Park Results

Hey everyone! Results are up.

We will have points totals after the next race. Thanks for coming out for a great race weekend. We had 93 riders on Saturday and Alex laid down a great course. Sunday didn't have as good of a turnout, but the sun did bring out more riders than last weekend. For those that weren't able to stick around, the raffle was a big hit. Most people walked away with something fun. Matt Newbill was the big winner with the Yakima Rack.
Thanks again to Velomech for hooking a bunch of people up with some free tunes and t shirts. Alan also has the BH Carbon Cross frame that he is raffling off. Better odds than the lottery for sure! Buy some tickets at any of the remaining SICX races. The frame will go to it's new home at the After Party. Good Luck!

Saturday, October 3, 2009

Photo's from Eagle Island

I missed the first and last flight! Sorry about that. Idaho Cyclocross has some photo's up. Click on the link, or the one at the bottom of the page. You might even be able to google it, who knows? IM me and we will tweet about it. LOL!!!! C U on FB. L8R.

Monday, September 28, 2009


It is getting close to race time. Pre registration for all SICX races will be up on Spondoro this week.
You will also be able to get your season pass for the BSC Training series.
There will be day of registration also.

Eagle Island Series registration is it's own deal. The Eagle Island race on 11/7 will be used for points in the SICX.

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Series Points and Prizes

Each race in the series will have medals for top 3 of each category. We are building a pile of goodies that will also be raffled off at each race in the series. You must be present to win!
Points will be awarded for the top 15 in each category for the 5 series races. 
1st-30   2nd-27   3rd-25   4th-23   5th-21   6th-19   7th-17   8th-15
9th-13 10th-11   11th-10   12th-9   13th-8   14th-7   15th-6

You must race 3 of the 5 races to be on the podium.  Your best 4 of 5 races will be used to determine the overall series winners for each category.  The Series final will break all ties.

Juniors and First Timers will receive medals and prizes.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Category Alignment w/ Eagle Island Series

It has come to my attention that the categories for the two series were not in line. The master's categories wouldn't work together. I have talked with Brad S. and we have both decided to match the USA Cycling categories. They are posted on the right, and hopefully won't change 10 more times before the first race. I thought we had it last time, but this should do it.
Flame on everyone!

Monday, September 7, 2009

Avimor Weekend Moved

Due to circumstances out of our control, we have been forced to drop back and punt. Not what we wanted to do, but the Avimor race will not happen on the 26th of September. The series will still have the same amount of races, so no changes there.
The 14th of November is now a series race, and it will be held at Sandy Point. There will be a training race on Sunday the 15th. Sorry for causing so much confusion, hopefully this gives everyone the extra week needed to get ready for Eagle Island.

Monday, August 17, 2009

Southern Idaho Cyclocross Series

Welcome to the information portal for the SICX Series. It is time to start thinking Cross! The last few local mountain bike and road races are upon us, and it is time to start switching gears. There have been some changes to the race series, but the one sure thing is that there will be plenty of racing in the valley! Between the Eagle Island Cyclocross series, the SICX series and the Broken Spoke Training Races, there will be no excuse not to be ready for Nationals in Bend. You might even be cooked by then.
There were big hopes for this series, and as we move forward we are eager to make them happen.

There are three races in the Eagle Island Series with the November 7th race also counting towards the SICX Series.
Broken Spoke Cycling will have a total of 4 training races this year. Let's just say there are a lot of double weekends. Everyone should have a chance to race- no excuses.

We are working out the details and will post more as it comes. We just want to get everyone up to speed and on the same page. It is going to be a great season, come have some fun!
Stay tuned for Prizes, Sponsors and the rest of the in's and out's!