Lucarelli & Castaldi Club Race #10 - Pre-Race Instructions

Please read below for information regarding the tenth race of the CRCA Lucarelli & Castaldi Club Series


  • Race Date: 8/17/19

  • Technical Guide: Link

  • Marshal check-in: 5:10 AM (don’t be late)

  • Registration open / close: 5:15 AM / 5:50 AM

  • Start time: 6:00 AM

  • Fields (Laps): W (5.7), A (6.7), B (5.7), C (4.7), WD (3.7)

  • Notes: Tavern Finish (Points)


Podium ceremony will be at Rambles. Please report to Rambles after your race if you believe you placed within the Top 3.


We want to ensure that the registration process goes smoothly for all. Therefore, new number pickup is limited to before 5:30. If you need a new number, please show up early otherwise you will not be able to race. You must show your USAC license.

If you need to replace a lost number, numbers will be available for $20 at check-in. Similarly, please allow for more time if you need to replace and pin a lost number.


NYC Parks strictly enforces our marshal requirements. As recently noted in other communications, we’ve seen an alarming uptick in no-shows for marshal assignments.

Races cannot start until 15 minutes AFTER all marshals are at their assigned posts. If marshals arrive late, do not show or are not at their precise assigned post we may lose our race permits. Teams with assigned marshals that do not show will have to forfeit another team member to serve as a marshal if there’s a marshal deficit.

Please refer to the Marshaling Instructions and Marshaling Policy for addition information.


Check-in is at the Boathouse while Rambles construction is on-going. If you are late to registration, you will not be able to race.

If you are a CRCA member with a Race membership, please remember that you need to bring exact change to the race. Our volunteers at check-in will not be carrying change.


After Club Series races, riders have been reported by NYC Parks for riding backward on the Central Park loop and/or riding on walking paths. This conduct threatens the existence of our races and will be subject to an immediate DQ and possible suspension.


Per CRCA rules, all members are required to wear CRCA kit or CRCA sub-team kit with the prerequisite logos during the race. However, we understand that sub-team and CRCA kit is still being ordered or delivered. With colder temperatures, it’s often tough to scrape together a kit that is CRCA compliant.

This early in the season, we are not enforcing our CRCA kit rule, but please follow USAC guidelines and show up in unbranded (non-pro team) kit. We will communicate when we will be enforcing CRCA kit/sub-team kit.


To confirm your eligibility to race please check the CRCA Roster. The roster is now finalized but email with any questions and Randy may be able to assist. 


The CRCA Club Series now features professional results. Results will be posted at the finish line, posted on, and uploaded to USAC. The CRCA Club Series may now be utilized for USAC upgrade points. 

After speaking to our results team, we decided that using a form makes more sense over the 15 minute in-person protest period. If you have any questions about your placement in a Club Race, please use the form linked here going forward. After results are posted, there will be a 72 hour window to request revisions to the USAC results.

Any riders that are dropped from the main peloton and finish their race alone are encouraged to check in with the finish line staff. 


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