San Diego Velodrome

Discussion in 'Road Cycling' started by Chris D, Jan 23, 2003.

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  1. Chris D

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    San Diego Velodrome gets a Face-lift

    In preparation for the up coming World Cup Track Qualifier and the ever exciting race season in San
    Diego, track volunteers and businesses from the local community got together to give the velodrome a
    much needed face-lift.

    With lumber donations by the Dixieline Lumber Co. and a fresh coat of paint donated by Frazee
    Paint and Wallcovering, the track facility is now a much more pleasant place to train and race.
    With an increasing membership base and monetary sponsorship from local bike shops, Hi-tech
    Bikes.com, Bike Anvil and Holland's Cyclery, the velodrome was able to spend some money on
    improvement to the grounds.

    Surprisingly, the biggest help came from the local music group The Pete Knudsen Band. Without their
    assistance the velodrome would be without the brand new judge's viewing stand. They designed and
    almost single-handedly constructed the new stand. The 4 feet high, 15' by 15' stand will provide the
    judges an excellent view of the race activities. The structure will be called the Dixieline Judge's
    Stand in thanks to the local lumber company for their generous donation.

    For information on sponsorship opportunities at the velodrome or the highly anticipated World Cup
    Qualifier Feb 28th - March 2nd please contact Derek Wiback at [email protected]
     
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  2. Canuck

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    "Chris D" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Surprisingly, the biggest help came from the local music group The Pete Knudsen Band. Without
    > their assistance the velodrome would be without the brand new judge's viewing stand.

    Is this Knudsen guy the same one that's on the Schroeder Iron roster?
     
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