Imagine riding at the side of ‘your’ KATUSHA ALPECIN teammates, flying around the course in the 2019 Bay Crits, racing with your WorldTour cycling heroes. It’s the first of a new year and all possibilities lie ahead of you, so don’t just sit there and dream about it – enter to win a place in this special team for one of the Bay Crits!
YES, REALLY! Pro riders Nathan Haas, Marco Haller and Alex Dowsett need a fourth teammate and we’re pretty sure this is a chance of a lifetime for YOU!
Nathan Haas: “Bay Crits used to be the opening of the season for anyone who was anyone in Australian cycling. As most of the Aussie pros don’t want to do it now, the KATUSHA ALPECIN team has decided to reinvigorate the awesomeness that is the most fun way to start the cycling season. The Bay Crits have a great history and for me is a very special part of the Australian cycling calendar and I’m very happy to share it with my international teammates. Our aim is to come have as much fun as possible and to use it as a major hit out before the Australian summer of cycling.”
It is, indeed, summer Down Under and Nathan Haas has helped designed the special Katusha Sports kit you and your WorldTour teammates will wear. This one-time team sports kit in collaboration with Pushys will be yours to keep, along with the amazing memories you’ll take home from a day with the pros.
Who are we looking for? Obviously, you need to be comfortable in a fast peloton on a criterium course, so you must be an A grade racer, but not a professional and hold a valid racing license. Travel and accommodations are not included, so keep in mind the Bay Crits are in Geelong and Williamstown, Australia, January 1 – 3, 2019 so when you win, you’ll need to get yourself and your bike there for one of the three races.
Submit your name, racing license, Strava profile (optional), best results, social media handles and clothing sizes and a winner will be selected. Enter here: https://woobox.com/5yqg7u
Contest closes December 20th with the races coming up fast. Submit your entry today and dream big. It’s your time!
(In partnership with Cyclist Australia magazine http://cyclist.com.au)