Fyxation Open Fixed Gear Street Crit Website Now Live!

We're excited to announce that the Fyxation Open is back and bigger than ever. After the success of the first 2 years of racing, the Fyxation Open has expanded and is now a 4 race series that will be held in June and July in Illinois and Wisconsin. 

Races will be held in conjunction with the Tour Of America's Dairyland in Milwaukee and Bay View, WI and with the Prairie State Cycling Series in Lake Bluff and Chicago, IL. Each event will have a men's and women's fixed gear street crtierium with equal cash and prizes going to each field of riders. At the end of the 4 race series points will be tallied and a men's and women's series champion will be crowned.

Registration is now open for the Wisconsin events and riders can pre-register through USA Cycling. Registration info for the races in Chicago and Lake Bluff will be posted soon.

We hope you can join us for the Midwest's largest fixed gear criterium and 4 for exciting days of racing.

More info available at - http://www.fyxationopen.com


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