Date: April 28, 2017 - April 30, 2017
Project Echelon has been approved to host a cycling race event in Delafield April 28-30th!
The event is a fundraiser for "Helping veterans regroup, recover, and re-engage through physical activity and self-discovery." and all proceeds go to support the non-profit.
The event will be bringing in 300-500 cyclists from around the Midwest for the event!
Sponsorship Opportunities: If anyone/businesses is interested in sponsoring the event or offering promotions, please contact Eric Hill per the information below!
Eric Hill: firstname.lastname@example.org or 262.347.7763
To learn more about our organization, you might enjoy seeing our website at www.projectechelonracing.com and www.projectechelon22.org or watching the following video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6f904KWIFU
Event Offers Registration for: www.peomnium.weebly.com
1.2 Mile Uphill TT
1.2 miles of pure and glorious agony as your race against the clock up the monumental Lapham Peak. With an average gradient of 6% and maxing out at 12%, this short effort is sure to create some time gaps. With no aero equipment allowed, it is a true battle of strength. TT Map HERE
Staged at the historic Nashotah House Seminary, tucked away in the kettles of Delafield, you are sure to get a sense of nostalgia from this race. With technical descents and winding roads, getting out of sight and out of mind is surely a possibility. Circuit Map HERE
5 Mile TT
A second opportunity to put time on your opponents in a race against the clock. The rolling and technical nature of the course requires focus and is likely to favor not only the strongest rider, but the most astute. With no aero equipment allowed, it is a fair battle against time. TT Map HERE
Staged in downtown Delafield, there is a great atmosphere about this race. Local enthusiasts and passersby make for exciting racing and an electric scene. The downtown scene also offers an opportunity to check out local businesses, creating a very family friendly venue. Circuit Map HERE
Project Echelon Racing Director
Project Echelon Non-Profit Co-Founder
Social Media Pages:
Twitter: @erhill88, @Echelon_Racing
You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6f904KWIFU