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Protected: DRAFT – Cyclocross Course Maps in the Age of Branding, “Flatness” and Info-graphics

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Gran Prix of Gloucester Update

The following is an email I sent to Joey at Good Morning Gloucester on Friday 19 July 2013. ———- Forwarded message ———- From: Paul Boudreau Date: Fri, Jul 19, 2013 at 9:46 AM Subject: GP Gloucester To: Hi Joey, The Gloucester Times is going to run a story about the Gran Prix of Gloucester, possibly(…)

Candidate Statement for the USA Cycling Cyclocross Committee At-Large Position

Candidate Statement for the USA Cycling Cyclocross Committee At-Large Position

The sport of cyclocross has changed so much since I caught the bug in the early ’90s. I’ve been fortunate to be involved with events that not only attract some of the biggest names in the sport, we’ve also seen tremendous growth in the amateur categories, particularly with women. In the events I’ve produced, I(…)

Etiquette – or babbling from a curmudgeon

Etiquette – or babbling from a curmudgeon

Wrote this for ECV in 2010 As the riding season gets into high gear, I’m reminded of how great group riding can be. After miles & miles of winter solo rides or time on the trainer, hammering with your friends is a blast and makes you faster. If the ride has experienced riders with good(…)

Report to the Gloucester Planning & Development Committee

Report to the Gloucester Planning & Development Committee

Summary Over fourteen years, the Gran Prix of Gloucester cyclocross race has grown from a single day, local event attracting fewer than 200 participants to an internationally recognized two-day event drawing more than 1,100 national and international competitors. Within the cycling world, Gloucester is known as one of the best produced, most professional and beautiful(…)