Join us October 20-22, 2017 at the renowned U.S. National Whitewater Center for the second annual Fall CycloFest.Ride the best new bikes from top brands. Explore more than 25 miles of world-class mountain bike trails and the area’s network of fantastic roads. Enjoy great food, craft beer, and live music.It all happens at Fall CycloFest. Come on out and experience the East Coast’s newest outdoor cycling demo and festival for yourself. Here are just a few of the highlights you won’t want to miss: Demo 2018 products from your favorite brands, including Cannondale, Santa Cruz, 3T, Pivot Cycles, Campagnolo, Shimano and SRAM.Take in live music from Griz Folk and Super Doppler and enjoy some great food and craft beer.Join us Friday night for an exclusive outdoor screening of the film “Blood Road,” presented by Red Bull Media House and the USNWC. PLUS: tech clinics, Kids’ Bike Rodeo and much more!Whether you’re more of a social rider or ready to get competitive, the weekend is full of races and rides for all levels.NCCX Race #3 – USNWC Cyclocross ShowdownKing and Queen of East Main Loop – X-Country Mountain Bike RaceThe Enduro Challenge – Timed Slope-style eventSunday Social – Group Road RideGet-a-long Shorty – Short Track Mountain Bike RaceThe Whitewater Grinder – Gravel Grinder RaceSee the full schedule and details at CYCLOFEST.COM. The event is open to the public and free to attend. Video: https://youtu.be/ZDELJ9TOHvI
The West Indies will have to make 326 runs if they are to square the series against host New Zealand in the second One Day International (ODI).Winning the toss, the tourists opted to bowl and got off to a fruitful start before a sixth-wicket stand that began as a recovery and finished in a hail of boundaries, as clean striking from Henry Nicholls and Todd Astle propelled New Zealand to 325 for 6.See scorecard on Page 27ScorecardNew Zealand InningsG. Worker c R. Powell b Beaton 58C. Munro c J. Mohammed b Cottrell 30N. Broom c Holder b Cottrell 6R. Taylor c K. Hope b Holder 57T. Latham c K. Hope b Holder 20H. Nicholls not out 83T. Astle b Cottrell 49D. Bracewell not out 5Extras (lb-3 w-14) 17Total (for 6 wickets, 50 overs) 325Fall of wickets: 1-50 C. Munro; 2-66 N. Broom; 3-124 G. Worker; 4-169 T. Latham; 5-186 R. Taylor; 6-316 T. AstleDid not bat: M. Henry, L. Ferguson, T. BoultBowlingS. Cottrell 10 – 0 – 62 – 3(w-2)J. Holder 10 – 0 – 52 – 2(w-1)R. Beaton 8 – 0 – 60 – 1(w-3)S. Gabriel 10 – 0 – 75 – 0(w-3)A. Nurse 10 – 0 – 45 – 0(w-4)R. Powell 2 – 0 – 28 – 0(w-1)
The first of the two finals in Thurles this afternoon is Irish Daily Star National Camogie League decider between Galway and Kilkenny, who defeated Tipperary in the semi-finals.Throw-in for that one is at 1.30pm. Clare are aiming for their first league title in 38 years while Waterford are the defending Champions.Clare midfielder Colm Galvin says Waterford will be tough to beat.The action gets underway at 3:30pm.