Trebon Committed to Defend CrossVegas Title
The only winner of the CrossVegas Elite Men’s race will be back in September to defend his title. Two-time CrossVegas champion and current U.S. National Champion Ryan Trebon has confirmed he’ll line up September 23rd at the biggest cyclocross race in the U.S. The Kona rider stated his intentions in Las Vegas, “I am really looking forward to beginning my season off on a good note, hopefully with continuing to the be the only person to ever win CrossVegas.”
Trebon won the 2008 edition of CrossVegas with a gutsy attack with a lap and half remaining on the tough Desert Breeze Soccer Complex course then soloed to victory. In the first CrossVegas held in 2007 Trebon out kicked Swiss rider Christian Heule in the final sprint to the line.
The Bend, OR rider has had a great lead up to the approaching cross season with a strong mountain bike racing season that includes multiple top finishes.
Trebon noted, “Cross Vegas is a great race, I really enjoy racing in front of all the people that make our team and this great industry happen.”
Registration opened on August 1 for all categories: Elite Men, Elite Women and the Wheelers & Dealers presented by Mountain Bike Magazine race for bicycle industry members attending Interbike. Already the response has surpassed previous levels with only a handful of Wheelers & Dealers slots still up for grabs. Complete registration details are at BikeReg.com.
The 2009 edition of CrossVegas is scheduled Wednesday Sept. 23rd in Las Vegas following the first day of the Interbike show. Heading into its third year, CrossVegas has become a fixture on the U.S. cyclocross calendar attracting almost 10,000 spectators to the stadium setting of Desert Breeze Soccer Complex in Las Vegas.
Look for more rider news and confirmations in the coming weeks. Complete CrossVegas information is available at crossvegas.com
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