CRCA Members: the CRCA Board received the following notification from Central Park. Please use caution while riding in the park over the next week as the Park Drive may be rough on the West side and there may be equipment parked on the drives:
Central Park Notice
The NYC Department of Transportation (DOT) has notified us that it will be milling and repaving a portion of the Drive in Central Park as follows:
- West Drive from W. 90th to W 72nd St.
- Dates: May 7th – May 12th (morning of)
- Time: Work is scheduled to take place between 9:00PM and 4:00 AM; Equipment may be on the Drive before and after those times.
This is a curb-to-curb project for the entire length. There will be heavy machinery and vehicles on the Drive. DOT will be posting a VMS Electronic board and ROUGH ROAD signage as necessary at key points.
There may be days when the surface is milled and not paved. We do not yet know when line, crosswalk, and symbol painting will take place.
We are excited to announce our new Treasurer and Director of Communications.
An additional change to the CRCA Board of Directors
Changes to the CRCA Board of Directors
In the spirit of making CRCA operations more sustainable, the CRCA Board would like to put out a call out for Individual Race Directors for our remaining Central Park Open Races
The 2019-2020 CRCA Club Champions will be named on August 3
The weather’s looking great, so you’ve got more time to register.
The Board has been hard at work putting together the various pieces to make our 2019 Lucarelli & Castaldi Club Race Series a successful one. I wanted to use this opportunity to provide some updates about the series.
Members: you need to be sure your USAC License is connected to CRCA. It takes just a few clicks, and we have a guide to walk you through it.
Welcome message from CRCA President and Statement on Inclusivity
We are making several changes to CRCA’s Masters Racing Program for 2019