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America.
From your youngest novice rider to your most seasoned veteran, you represent the finest in
American sports and epitomize the best that cycling has to offer. DUring this week-long event, man and
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The amazing growth of cycling popularity in America in recent years is probably the most powerful
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Whole new classes of riders from all walks of life
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The officers, directors and riders of the Amateur Bicycle League of America can be justly proud of
the role they have played in popularizing bicycling through their dedication to the sport and their constant
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The National Championship bike races are the culmination of a year of effort. The very existence
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Congratulations to each and everyone of you.
The Bicycle I nstitute of America is proud to be
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O rganized 1920
GOVERNING BODY OF AMATEUR CYCLING IN THE UNITED STATES
ERNEST SEUBERT
President
MIKE MAARANEN
Chairman, Board of Control
JERRY RIMOLDI
Treasurer
WILLIAM LAMBART
Secretary
137 Brunswick Road
Cedar Grove, N.J. 07009
P.o. Box 1141
Portland, Oregon 97207
5779 Theta Pia,,,
Son Diego, Cal if. 92120
3210 Byrd Place
Baldwin, N.Y. 11510
Incorporated 1921
LIFE DIRECTORS
PETER SEN lA, SR.
1st Vice President
ROBERT TETZLAFF
2nd Vice President
HOWARD ALTHOFf
3rd Vice President
418 Grant Avenue
Brooklyn , N.Y. 11208
Daves Ave. School
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los Gatos, Calif. 95030
3609 Ca,tleman Av e.
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OTTO EISELE
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CHESTER NELSEN, SR .
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Elected Directors
Welcome,
ALLEN BELL
111 Taylor Avenue
Somerville, N.J. 08876
JOHN BOX
3581 Henry Street
Muskegan, Michigan 49441
OREL DuFRESNE
1143 lakeview Detroit, Michigan 48215 TED ERNST, JR.
110 N. Sepulveda Manhattan Beach, Calif. 90266 ROBERT ENRIGHT
4079 Abourne Road Los Angeles, Calif. 90008 It is my pleasure, on behalf of the Amateur Bicycle League of America, Inc., to
welcome all the competitors, their familie s and our many friends to our 1973 National
Championships. Our thanks must be extended to the members of the Northbrook Com­
mittee and Milwaukee Wheel men, our hosts, who have made this visit to Wisconsin and
Illinois possible .
Special thanks must also go to the Bicycle I nstitute of America and the Travelers
Insurance Company, whose financial assistance made it possible for us to present National
and State awards to many of the competitors. My personal thanks to John Auerbach,
whose assistance and advice is most appreciated.
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JOHN HOOD, SR.
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Fullerton, Calif. 92633
THEODORE KRON Cycling has progressed greatly in recent years. The riders who are competing in
the Nationals thi s week are well conditioned athletes who ha ve spent many month s in
preparation for these events. They are a credit to our spo rt and we are proud of them.
Therefore I know you will join with me in wishing each and every rider success in the
days ahead.
Ernest M, Seubert
President
Amateur Bicycle League of America
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It~ Most Americans sp end m ost of their h ours
up ... sitting down. Which is kind of tough on
the body. Because it tends to wither away.
Physical exercise treats your body
right. It pays. It tones up the m uscles. Encour­
ages the heart. Blows the cobwebs out of
your brain.
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Just get moving. Pick up a sp ort!
Golf. Hiking. Swim ming. Bicycling.
Badminton. Get your family mov­
ing with you . It's fun . It's fitness.
You'll all feel better. And
your body will last a n ger, too.
PHYSICAL EXERCISE PAYS
TRAVELERS
PRESENTATION
FINAL SCHEDULE OF EVENTS -
NATIONAL TRACK CHAMPIONSHIPS 1973
NORTHBROOK, I LUNOIS - AUGUST 1 - 4
National Champiollships Committee:
Track Chairman:
Peter Senia, James Grill, Ernest Seubert
Jim Rossi
Road Chairman:
ROAD EV ENTS
Otto Wenz
Sunday, July 29, 5 p.m. Road Awards Presentation
Saturday, J uly 28, 8 a.m. 1. 'Veterans Road Championsh ip, 40 mi les
Knights of Columbus
1492 West Wisconsin Avenue
2. *Womens Road Championship, 32 miles Milwaukee, Wisconsin
3. * Junior Mens Road Championship, 48 miles Monday, July 30, 4 p.m. National Convention of Member Clubs of the
Sunday, July 29, 8 a.m.
4. " Intermediate Boys Road Ch am pionship, 12 miles
Amateur Bicycle League of America
Holidav Inn
2875 Milwaukee Avenue
5. "Senior M ens R oad Ch ampionsh ip, 120 mi les
Northbrook, Illinois
Wednesday, Augu st 1 - 8 a.m.
1. Wo mens 3000 M eter T ime Trials
2. Se nior Men 4000 Metp.r T ime T rials
Wednesday, August 1 . 7 p.m.
3. Junior Men T w o Mile Heats
4. Womens 3000 Meter Pur suit Sem i·Finals 5.
6.
7.
8.
Ju nior Men Two Mile Sem i·Finals
"Seni or Men Kilom et er F lnai (group olle)
• Ju nio l Men T wo Mile Final ~Sen i or M en Kilo meter Final (gl'oup t w o) Friday, August 3 - 8 a.m . 34. Midget Girls Quarter Mile Heats
35 Midge ! Boys Quarter Mile Heats
36. Intermed iate Girls Ha lf Mil e Heats
37. In ter med iate Boys Half Mile Heats
38. Junior Men Thre e M i le Heats (to qu ali fv for five mile)
39 Mi dget Bo vs Quarter Mil e Se m l - F inal~
40. Intermediate Boys Half rv1ile Semi·Finals
Thu rsday, August 2 8 a.m.
9. Sen iOi M en Pursuit S e mi ·FIn~ ls
10. M idget Girls One Mile Heal
11 Iv1 ldge t Boys One Mile Heat~
12. 1ntermediate Girls T wo Mil e H ea ts
13. Inter mediate Bo y s Two Mil e Heats
14 . Jun ior Men Ha lf Mi le Heats
15 Sen ior Men Sprint Heals
16. Women ' SprinT Heat' 17. Slinlo r M !:f1 Sprint Repachilr'ges
18. Wortlens Sprln l RepiII.;harge,
19. Minget Boys OnlO Mile Serni-rinills
20 Intl'rl1l,=l1I1ltP Boy, Twt Mil' Semi·Fi nals
21 SPllior Men Sr rin l Repdch"lIgt' Firla l
22 W(JfT1en ~ Splinl Re p' Clla r [lf' F ina l
Friday, August 3 · 7 p.m.
41. Senior Men Sprint 1/4 Finals 42 . Wom en s Sprint 1/ 4 F i n al~
43. " M idget Girl s Quarter M ile Fi nal
44. "I nt erm edia te Girls Ha lf Mile Fi nal
45 Sen ior Me n Sr r int Repecil ar ges
46. Women s Spr int Repech ar gcs 47 . "M idget Goys Qu arter M ile Fina l Thursday , August 2 - 7 pm
Saturday, August 4 . 8 a. m.
23 Junior M,'n Half Mile Semi F inal,
24 . SenIor Men SPI inl 1/8 S: inal ~
25. Midget Girls One Mile Fillal
26. M,dget Boy:, Or1l' M ile Flilal
2 7. ::'en lor M n Sprlnl Repar.harge!>
28 "InTe rmed iate Girl s Tw Mil, Filla'
2 ) "Internrtd iatp Boy~. Two Mile Fi n<ll
30 Senlol Men Sprl l' , Rl'pecl1argt Fillal
31 • Jun, ')'- Mt'T1 Half Mile FilIa l 32 . 'Wornem pur Sl lll Fillais
33 ~S , 'n i(Jr Men Pursuit Fina ls
48.
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64. Senior Men Sprint Semi·Final (1st ride)
65. JlInior Men One Mile Semi·Finals
66. Senior Men Sprint Semi·Finals (2nd ride)
67. *\j\Iomens Sprint Finals (1st ride)
58. "Midget Girls Half Mile Final
69. "Midget Boys Half Mile Final
70. Senior Men Sprint Semi·Finais (3rd ride)
7 1. ·Senior Me n T eam Plirsuit Finals
72 . ·Womens Sp l int Finals (2nd ride)
73. · Se nior M en Sp rint Finals (1 st ride)
74. *I ntermedial Girls One Mile Final
75. "I n ter m edia te Soys One Mi le Final
76 * Wo mens Sp i-int Fin als (3rd r ide)
77 >-Se nior Men Sprrm F inals (2nd ri de ) 78 . * Juni or Men O ne Mi Ie F in al 79 " Se nior M _rI Spr in t F inals (3r d r ide)
80. *SenlQr Men Ten Mil t! F in al
ntp.rmediate B ys Hal f Mile F inai
49. Sen ior Men Spr int Rep echal'ge Final
50. Wornens Spr int Repechalge Fi nal JlInior M en Five Mil!! Final 52 . Sel1 ior Men Five Mile Heats (to! Ten Mile)
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53 . Seniol Men Team Pursul! Time 11"1al5
54. Womcils Srlillt Semi-F inals (1sr ri th':)
5S. Midgf't Gill I-Iall Mi l" H ea t,
56. Mitlgr!l Boy~ Hdl'f MI I ~ Heat,
57 I ntel m~di<Jtr. Gill s One Mile Hl'dls 58. Intermpd late Boy s Ont: M il," Hf'a lS 59 Wumf'n s SPFlIl . em l· Fi!l dl ( 2nd ride ) 60. Jun io r Men Onp M rlr Hea g
6 1 Mlclgel Bo\,s Hal t Mile Semi Final>
62 . In ter mediate Bo ys One M il e Semi·Finals 63. W(lm ellS Spri n t Se mi Finals (3rcJ ri de i - 7­
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NATIONAL ROAD CHAMPIONSHIP ENTRIES (Continued)
Junior Men European Championship Team 1. Kei th Vierra, Northern California
2. Jacques Boyer
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3. Steve Lundgren
4. Dave Perry
5. Hank Tul hurst
6. Dave Mayer· Oakes, Texas
COLORADO
7. Paul Conrad , Cham pion
8. Scott Adlfinger
9. John And erson
CONNECTIC UT
10. Mike Nowac zek, Champ ion
11 . Kevin Davis
12. Toby Fleming
FLORIDA
13. Mari o Patterson, Cha mpion
14. Jose Martinez
15. Joaquin Ruiz
16. Randy Rasmussen
ILLINOIS
17. Gus Pipenhagen, Champion
18. James Hertz
19. Danny Van Haute
20. James Rogers
21 . Carl Kurz
22. David Cordoba
MA RYL AND
23. Tim Wirth, Champion
24. Joseph Kaiser
26. David Davies
MI CHIGAN
27. John Byrnes, Champion
28. Pat Nielsen
29. W. Eric Nichols
30. Jim Werner
31. Chris Meingast
MISSISSIPPI
32. Pat Hagewood, Champion
33. Wade Rich
MISSOURI
34. Brook Watts
35. Ken Stoy
NEW MEXICO
36. Paul Johnson, Champion
37. Scott Parker
NEW YORK (Northern)
38. Darryl Kissock, Champion
39. Bob Read
40. Rick Noiret
41. Dave Castilloux
42. Steve Kemp
43. Glenn Schneider, Champion (Southern)
44. Paul Durdaller
45. Alfred Givens Jr.
46. Perry Feyk
47. Steve Chow
48. Duncan Staley
OHIO
49 . John Chamberlain, Champion
50. Justin Kryzanowski
51. John Zulauf
52. Steve Applegate
53. Bob Barco
54. Steve Turner
OREGON
55. Matteo Martignoni, Champion
56. Steve Lockwood
57. Michael Griffith
VERMONT-NEW HAMPSHIRE
58. Jim Galanes
59 . Jean Le Blanc
ARIZONA
60. Bruce Braley, Champion
61. Richard Siminski
62. Mark Wilson
INDIANA
63. Dale Stetina, Champion
64. Ma rk Dayton
65. Paul Kue
I OWA
66. Bill Olmstead, Champion
67. Kyle Hogan
68. Kevin Wa rd
KENTUCKY
69. Bo b Abraham, Champion
70. Mark Dewart
71. Craig Cam pbell
LOU ISIANA
72. Dave Weatherly, Champion
MASSAC HUSETIS
73. John Rosato, Champi on
74. Eric DeRivera
75. Peter Mooney
NEW JERSEY
76. Ed Ried inger, Champion
77. Keith War d
78. Alan Kerl
79. Fred James
80. Ron Koller
81. Jon Teeter
NORTH CAROLINA
82. Bob Allen, Champion
83. Mark Mullinax
84. Michael Boley
NORTH DAKOTA-SOUTH DAKOTA
85. Rich Lackmann, Champion
86. Bruce Caulfield
OKLAHOMA
87. Steve Jennings, Champion
88. Jim Carlson
89. Gary Groner
PENNSYLVANIA
90. John Eustice, Champion
91. Paul Lukas
92. Bela Rossmann
93. Tom Margevicius
94. Gary Getz
SOUTH CAROLINA
95. David McConoughy, Champion
TENNESSEE
96. James Meyer, Champion
97 . David Baird
TEXAS
98. Del Blundell, Champion
99. Kevin Bucy
100. David Klenk
101. Hans Schneider
102. Scott Jutson
VIRGINIA
103. Tom Schach, Champion
104. Gary Smith
105. Jim Bosco
106. Peter Crowley
WASHINGTON
107. Steve Reynolds, Champion
108. Steve Ross
109. Mark Pringle WISCONSIN 110. Les Barczewski, Champion
111. Scott Damuth
112. Dave Spohn
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Intermediate Boys
COLORADO
1. Mike Olson, Champion
2. Jon Geer
3. Felix Greene
4. Alexi S. Grewal
CONNECTICUT
5. Steven Pyle
6. Colin Twitchell
7. John Danaher
FLORIDA
8. Doug Causey, Champion
9. Brian Moore
10. Jose Perez
11. Mike Lipner
I LLI NOIS
12. Denn is Ki lfoy, Champion
13. Richard Vehe
14. Eddy Kron
15. Gre g Cook
16. Pau l Kleinaitis
MARYLAND
17. Edwin Sl augh ter, Champion
18. Ronald Kirchner
19. Paul Sorensen
20. Robert Wahby
MI CHIGAN
21. Scott Frock
22. Todd Teachout
23. Gary Katt
24. Richard Denman
25. David Drobnicki
MISSISSIPPI
26. Ken Koening, Champion
27. Paul Alexander
?FL Joe Black
MISSOURI
29. Gary Kitahara, Champion
30. Stephen Bortnick
NEW MEXICO
31. Bill Ancker
NEW YORK (Northern)
32. Mark Metcalfe, Champion
33. Tom Montemage Jr.
34. DAve Weincek
35. Mike Reade
36. Phil Read
37. Benny Pavich, Champion (Southern)
38. Juan Lopez
39. Jonathan Cooper
40. Carmelo Ando
41. John Durdaller
42. Mark Madonna
OHIO
43. Tim Dull, Champion
44. Phil Kennedy
45. Steve Parks
46. Steve Alexan der
47. Ted Turner
OREGON
48. John Dalby, Champion
49. Andy Peake
50. Alan Hills
VERMONT-NEW f-IAMPSHIRE
51 . Todd Elle~, Champion
52. E. T. Woodall III
ARIZONA
53. Chris Buell, Champion
54. Allan Fenyves
55. Phil Swaim INDIANA 56. Bob Fidler, Champion
57. Scott Strede
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58. Scott Kersjes
59. Tim Postel
KENTUCKY
60. Brent Schuster, Champion
61 . Bill May Jr.
LOUISIANA
62. Randy Holmes, Champion
63. Mark Moore
MASSACHUSETTS
64. Jeffrey Murdock , Champion
65. Mark Sidall
NEW JERSEY
66. Austin Erlich , Champion
67. Michael Walter
68. Tito Bastianelli
69. Kevin Mongiovi
70. Bill Stuart
NORTH CAROLINA
71. Steve Tucker, Champion
72. Frank Cordell
73. Bo b Ree ves
NORTH DAKOTA-SOUTH DAKO TA
74. Bruce Jenkinson, Champion
75. Ken Ham mer
OKLAHOM A
76. Gary Moore, Champion
77. Paul Thomas
PENNSYLVANIA
78. Alan Fella, Champion
79. Ji m Maguire
80. John Toor
SOUTH CAROLINA
81. Mark Kramer, Ch ampion
TENNESSE E
82. Russe ll Greer, Ch amp ion
83. Steve Baldwin
TEXAS
84. Richard Ainslie, Champion
85. Davi d Hanan
86. Doug Joh nsto n
87. Cliff Boone
88. Preston Dunlap
VIRGINIA
89. Mi ke Hickey, Cha mpion
90. Howard Lukens
91. David Jacknin
92. Haig Kondayan
93. John Dix on
WASHINGTON
94. Richard Gneh m, Champ ion
95. Thom as Hughes
WISCO NSIN
96. Stan Kostuck, Champion
97. John Mingesz
98. Dan Goldberg
Veterans
COLORADO
1. Jim Crist, Champion
2. Walt Teegarden
CONNE CTICUT
3. Will iam Pachard
4. Miklos Nyakas
5. Harol d May
FL OR IDA
6. Cliff Ras mussen, Champion
7. Ricard Fetterman
8. Lu is Del gado
ILLINOIS
9. Bob Reynolds
10. Ron nie Palazzo
tr. Henry VanLeuven
12. Fred Walter
13. Rudy Seno
14. Ray Boldt
15. Geral d Basic
16. Fred Leeger
17. Keith Kingbay
18. Valere Van De Vel de
MAti y L fo\ l~U
19. Harry Leuse nkam p, Ch am pion
20. John Phillips
21 . Vernon Davies
MICHIGAN
22. Pedro Wm. Walls Sr., Champi on
23. Stewart Pelton
24. Tom Hill
25. John Box
26. J. Brian Chappell
27. William Shepherd
MISSISSIPPI
28. Jim Boone, Champ ion
MI SS OUR I
29. Henry Meye
30. Bob Watts
NEW MEXIC O
31. Kenneth Tsyitee, Cha mpion
OHIO
32. Jerry Meik e, Champion
33. Pat White
34. Watson No rdquist
OR EGON
35. Robert Ragsdale
VERMONT-N EW HAMPSHI RE
36. Woody Woodall
INDI AN A
37. Charles W. Eckert, Champion
38. Jim Cost
39. A. J. Overton
L UU '~I ANA
40. Bruce Edwa rds, Cham pion
41 . Joseph I\. Reed J .
42. Richard W. Hu ghes
IVI ASS ACH USETTS
43. AI Broadh urst, Champion
44. Bill Driscoll
45. Leo Radem ac her
46. Rudy Lahti
47. Jo e Cote
NEW JER SEY
48. Lloy d Rake, Champion
49. Ro bert Yard
50. Rudy Kerl
51. Hilton Goo dman
52. John Moll a
53. Frankli n Beatty
NORT H CAHOLlI\IA
54. Miles Kelly, Champion
55. Bernard Martof
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NORTH DAKOTA- SOU TH DAKOTA
56. Donald C. Nelson, Champion
57. Earl Schola
OKLAHOMA
58. Ray Martin , Champion
59. Carlos Reames
PENNSYLVANIA
60. Robert Ze llev. Champion
TENNESSE E
61 . James Mugler, Champion
62. Harlan Meyer
63. James Li les
TE XAS
64. Pat Patten, Champion
65. Dan iel Boone
VIRGINIA
66. C. Wayne Patty Sr. , Champion
67. E. Eugene Dixon Jr.
68. Walter Win go
WIS CO NSIN
69. Walter Dobke, Champion
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MICHIGAN
11. Carole Brennan
12. Eileen Brennan
13. Susan Gurney
14. Susan Novara
15. Sheila Young
16. Helen Morrison
17. Judith DuFresne
18. Virginia Moore
19. Jeanne Omelenchuk
NEW YOR K (Northern)
20. Katherine McGuire
21. Kathy McGuire
22. Paula Walter
NEW YORK (Southern)
23. Jean Saldana
24. Laura Waverla
25. Patti Stonp.
26. Mari Stadler
27. Ann Kilkenny
OHIO
28. linda Hoover
29. Jane Hawk
30. Joanne Conrad
31. Cynthia Butler
32. Barbara Rappaport
OREGON
33. Karen Vranizan
34. Virginia Men
VERMONT-NEW HAMPSHIRE
35. Kim Mumford
ARIZONA
36. Nancy Wilson
37. Jennifer Travis
INDIANA
38. Cathy Opolski
39. Adele Johnson
IOWA
40. Debbie Bradley
LOUISIANA
41. Peggy Keilman MASSACHUSETIS 42. Barbara Amburgey NEW JERSEY 43. Merry Miller
44. Dot Saling
45. Muriel Beaty
46. Karen Moschetto
47. Jody DeNure
NORTH CAROLINA
48. Peggy Ramsay
49. Anne Chiwgas
50. Bess Lewis
51 . Carol Parmetier
52. Kelsey Kenfield
53. Margaret M. Curtin
54. Jane Allen
NORTH DAKOTA- SOUTH DAKOTA
55. Dawn Cummings
56. Mary Elan Schola
57. Ann Davis
58. Mary Esther Schola
59. Erlanne McMahon
60. Beverly Anderson
61. Laurie Nelson
OKLAHOMA
62. Jeannie Blackwell
63. Jaylene Howard
64. Vercha Kemp
PENNSYLVANIA
65. Mary Jane Reoch
66. Donna Tobias
67. Maria Skinner
68. Vencica Rankin
TENNESSEE
69. Mary Geisler
70. Sara Henry
71. Judy Meyer
VIRGINIA
72. Barbara Miles
73. Judy Wood
74. Ro Rutherford
WASHINGTON
75. Patricia Mclellan
WISCONSIN
76. Jenny Laabs
77. Sue Porter
78. Sue Raimann
79. Kim Ragotzkie
80. Jean Koepke
81. Kathleen Weishampl
82. Karen Henderson
83. Kathy Zaborowski
84. Becky Frahm
85. 0iane Mayer
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Pres. Seu b er1" a n d K enos ha ch ai r man Nick W ado (e X tre mA l eff )
Champion, Andre Berclaz . The R oad Champion, John H owa r cl puts on the pre ss ure
on th e fina l climb 01 tile rac e .
Ted Waterbury seconds a ft er the judges
reviewed the pi c tures of the Junior Road
Ch a rnpionship .
Les Bar czewski won both the Intermediate Track and Road title s.
Here he out distances Russ Turpin for the road champ ions hip .
Bobby Phillips on hi. way to his second Ten Mile
Championship.
PHOTO S BY RO
A tightly bunched pack of Junlo," set up
for the f i nal d ash to the tape in one of
t he qual ify lng heats .
The NaT i onal Team Purs u It Ch amp i ons hea d
into the [' nal ~trai!Jhtaw.1y on thot r ep i c r ide .
Tho t am ot Tom Snoddon. Cyrlr John~;I)u. Ron
Ska r in dlld Butch StirHon turned 10 if sub 5
B y h er smile y ou would n ever k now t h at
O" b b l e Brad l e y had Just comp lete d a 28
m il e r(Flll rdc e, t) ur , t hen the th r ill of
t i rl e d oes rn uc h to
m in u te performance .
T wo proud fathers hold their midget National
Ch a mpions, Jody Wallner, the girls champ. and
Jeff Bradley, I:>oys champion.
Clara Te y ssle r tOOK the Wom e n s Pu r suit T i t le .
On he r IAft i s Don n;) T obi as. silver medal ist.
On C la ra "s ri g ht is E il e e n 8 r ell nan .
T he pursui te r s
John Vande Velde p ro udly
isp l ilYS ~l i s j e rs ey of champions as he is flanked
hy rU /lr\l~ r·up Dav e Chauner (right) and third
m.>n Jim Mensching ( l eft).
The action in the junior track ev ents proved to be some of th e most
exc iting racing that a National Champio n ship serie s ha s ever seen .
Here Nelson Saldana head s the field on h is way to vic tory in t he
Half Mile Final.
National Sprint Champion, Gary Campbell looks to the tepe In a
seml · final ride against the always tough Roger Young .
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NATIONAL TRACK CHAMPIONSHIP ENTRIES enior Men
1. Gary Campbell-California (Southern ) 1912 Match Spri nt Champion 2. Steve Woznick- New Jersey,
1972 1000 Meter Time Trial Champion
3. Bob Phillips- Mary la nd 1972 10 Mile Champion 4. Ron Skarin- California (Southern ) 1972 Team'Pursuit Champion 5. Cyril Johnson-Californ ia (Southern) 1972 Team Pursuit Cha mpion COLORADO
6. "Joh n Ooz ier
7. ·Dennis Conrad
8. • James Frost
9. ·Carl Lanham
10. Walter Clarke Ross
11. Christopher Brown
12. Robert Lesl ie
CON NECTI CUT
13. Pat Bowe
14. Larry Arnold
15. Damian Slivinsk i
FLORIDA
16. Ludwic Uebelhauser
17. Ronald Funk
18. Steve Dull
19. Joh n Harlan
20. Ted Th omas
21. Fran k Jenn ings
22. Dave Marti n
ILLIN OIS
23. "Jim Mensching
24. "Steve Schaefer
25. "Eddy Van Guyse
26. "Bob by Vehe
27. Steve Pederson
28. Mi ke Cavanaugh
29. Paul McCrary
MARYLAND
30. "John Dunker
31. "John Grice
32. "James Hargett
33. Peter Walton
MICHIGAN
34. "Benji Schultz
35. "Jim Klein
36. "Stephen Savageau
37. *Alan Moore
38. Roger Young
39. Dale Ve rgauwen
40. Neil King
MISSISSI PPI-AR KAN SAS
41 . Clay Thompson
42. Mi ke Diemer
43. Jerry Bish op
44. l ar ry Savell
MI SS OURI
45. Ray Henderson
46. Dennis Deppe
47. Paul Shields
48. Ph ii Friskel
49. Thomas Gee
50. William Roberts
51. Leonard Glock
NEW YOR K (Northern)
52. Jim Huetter
53. Paul Sienkiewicz
54. Mike Carnahan
55. Larry Reade
56. Bill Walter
NEW YO RK (Soutllernl
57 . " Larry DeSario Jr.
58. ·Harold Gu lbransen
59. "Biago Lubrano
60. "Marc Lobit
61. Preston Handy
62. Jesus Portal atin
63. Nelson Saldana
64. Jonathan Liversay
65. Wi ll iam Cooney
OHIO
66. " Bi ll Shook
67. "Ted Waterbury
BB. ·Bru ce Uhall
69. "Alan Kingsbe ry
70. Paul Barbou r
71. Mark Tyson
72. Kris Kort~
73. Randy Dull
OREGON
74. " Carl Leusenkamp
75. · Randal Shoquist
76. ~ Mark DiNucci
71. Bill Hawley
78. Don Curey
79. Charles Richards
ARIZONA
80. Charles Womack
81 . Von Ru hsam
IND IANA
82. " Greg Mengus
83. • Gary Pence
84. - Ed Burke
85. •Jack Sh oaf
86. Wayne Stetina
87. Mark Holt
IOWA
88. Dale Hallberg
KENTUCKY
89. Ken Bauer
90. Tom Knight
91. Ed Benjamin
92. Tim Omer
93. Bob Zeman
LOUISIANA
94. *Boyd Fink
95. *Mike Wolfson
96. *Bob Per rin
97. " Bar rett Leibe
MASSACH USETTS
98. Lionel Space
99. Doug Dale
100. Bill Reagan
101. Dave Linden
102. Bi ll Farrell
NEW JE RSEY
103. " Dave Chauner
lOa. '< John Chapman
105. ' Joe Saling
106. Alan Bell
10 7. Dave Boll
NORTH DAKOTA-SOUTH DAKOTA
108... Forrest Davis
109... Davi d Steward
110. "Earl Schola
11 1. "Robert Barden
112. Alan Korslein
113. Bob Reeta
OKLAHOMA
114. *Gary Holder
115. "Scott Kallenberger
116. "Tom Pierce
117. "Steve Jennings
118. Gary Holder
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PENNSYLVANIA
119. Gerry Casale Jr.
120. Bo b Margevicius
121. Jerry Oravec
122 . Robert Zelley
123. Al ex Young
124. All en Williams
125. Crai g Currie
TENN ESSEE
126. *Ronal d Wilson
, 27. "J ohn Meyer
128. " Edgar Tinsley
129. ' Bob Berh ow
TE XAS
130. Craig Roberts
131. Bob Bridge
132. Tom Hutchinson Jr.
VI RGINIA
133. Chris Meerman
134. Frank Pabian
135. Wil li am Harlan
136. Mike Bell
137. Tom Roberson
138. Gene Di xon
WASHINGTON
139. Roger Hotel ling
140. Bruce Magnuso n
141. Steve Ph illabaum
142. Mark Straker
143. Gerry Baker
WISCONSIN
144. Peter Millward
145. James Ochowicz
146. Don Maegli
147. Dan Haferman
148. Dan Werve
*designates 4000 Meter
Team Pursuit
Junior Men
Eu ropean Championship Team
1. Leigh Barczewski-Wisconsin
2. Les Lucy-California (Southern)
3. leroy Gatto-California (Northern)
4. Howard Taylor-Georgia
5. Scott McLean (California (Southern)
6. Dave Butterworth-New Jersey
7. Mark Ernest-California (Northern)
CO LO RADO
8. Paul Conrad , Champion
9. Scott Adlfinger
10. John Lee
CONNECTICUT
11. Toby Fleming
FLORIDA
12. Mario Patterson
13. Jose Martinez
14. Randy Rasmussen
15. Ron Wray
ILLINOIS
16. Gus Pipenhagen, Champ ion
17. Danny Van Haute
18. Rick Strilky
19. Carl Kurz
20. Mark Lowrey
21. Greg Berg
MARYLAND
22. lim Wirth , Champion
23. Victor Wahby
24. Kennetfl Sorensen
25. Dave Davies MICHIGAN 26. Patrick Nielsen
27. John Byrnes
28. Tom Schuler
29. W. Eric Nichols
MISSISSI PPI
30. Pat Hagewood, Champion
31 . Wade Rich
MISSOURI
32. A. C. Nelson III, Champion
33. Ji m Montgomery
NEW YORK (Northern)
34. David Castilloux, Champion
35. Darryl Kissack
36. Bob Read
37. Ron Cooper
NEW YOR K (Southern)
38. Alfred Givens, Champion
39. James Connolly
40. Paul Du rdaller
41 . Marc Carpin
42. Chris liversay
43. Timoth Givens
OHIO
44. Justin Kryzan owsk i, Ch ampion
45. Steve Applegate
46. Ian Talcroft
47. Rick Oberle
48. Bob Barca
49. Steve Turn er
ORE GO N
50. Jim Lewis, Champi on
ARIZONA
51. Joh n Ball , Champion
52. Cli ff Mc Creedy
53. Bruce Braley
IN OI ANA
54. Dale Stetina, Champion
55. Mark Dayton
56. Paul Kue
KENTU CK Y
57. Bob Abraham, Champi on
58. Mark Dewart
59. Craig Ca mp bell
NEW JERSE Y
60. Marian o Cam acho, Champion
61 . Keith Ward
62. Ron Koller
63. John Axt
64. Al an Kerl
65. Ed Ri edi nger
NORTH DAK OTA-SO UTH DA KOTA
66. Bruce Caufield, Champ ion
67. Rich Lackmann
OK LAHOM A
68. Steve Jennings, Champion
69. Jim Carl son
70. EI don Brown
PENNSYLVA NIA
71. John Eustice, Champion
72. Gary Getz
73. Bel a Rossmann
74. Mike Fella
75. Tom Margeviciu s
TENNESSEE
76. James Meyer, Champion
77. John Foster
TEXAS
78. Del Blundell, Champion
79. Kevin Bucy
80. David Klenk
81. Scott Jutson
82. Tim Garvey
NATIONAL TRACK CHAMPIONSHIP ENTRIES (Continued)
48. Tim O'Brien
VIRGINIA
83. Gary Smith, Champion
49. Alan Kowal
84 Tom Schach
50. Bruce Donaughy
85: Jim Bosco
NORTH DAKOTA-SOUTH DAKOT.A
86. Pe ter Crowley
51. Ken Hammer
87. Brian Morra
PENNSYL VANIA
WASHINGTON
52. Alan Fella
88. Doug Sigel, Champion
53. Jim Maguire
89. Richard Snavely
TENNESSEE
WISCONSI N
54. Russell Greer
90. Les Barczewski, Champion
55. Steve Baldwin
91 . Scott Damuth
TEXAS
92. Jim Gulczynski
56. Richard Ainslie
57. David Hanan
Intermediate Boys
VIRGINIA
COLORADO
58. Mike Hickey
1. Bryan Matzdorff
59. Howard Lukens
2. Jon McClurg
60. Haig Konvayan
3. Tony Comfort
61. John Dixon
FLORIDA
WASHINGTON
4. Dough Causey
62. Rich~rd Gnehm
5. Gus Corp
63 Jay Marshall
6. David Spong
WISCONSIN
ILLI NOIS
64. Stan Kostu ck 7. Denn is Kil fo y
65 Paul Kostuck 8. Richard Vehe
66. Dave Krippendorf
9. Eddy Kron
Intermediate
Girls
10. Anthony Palazzo
MARYLAND
11. Paul Sorensen
12. Ronald Kirchner
13. Robert Wahby
14. Denn is Davies
MICHIGA N
15. Todd Teachout
16. Richard Denman
17. Scott Miller
18. Scott Frock
19. Mark Mill er
MISSISSIPPI
20. Ken Koenig
21. Paul Alexander
22. Gary Ri ch
MISSOURI
23. Gary Kitahara
24. Tim Quinlan
NEW YORK (Sou thern)
25 . Juan lopez
26. Benny Pavich
27. Carmel a Ando
28 . John Du rdaller
29. Daniel Visentin
OH IO
30. Phil Kennedy
31. Tim Dull
32. Steve Parks
33. Ted Turner
34. Ken Barco
OREGO N
35 . Andy Peak e
ARIZ ONA
36. Allan Fenyves
INDI ANA
37. Bo b Fidler
3B. Scott Stre ke
39 . Sc ott Kersjes
40. Jim Postel
KENTUC KY
41. Clark Com bs
42. Brent Schuster
43. Bill May Jr. MASSACHUS ETTS 44. Jeffrey Murdock
45. Arthur Hoener NEW JERSEY 46. Au stine Erlich
47. Mike Walters
FLORIDA
1. Maria Settanni
2. Amneri s Delgado
ILLINOIS
3. Tracy McConachie
4. Dawn Kuttler
MI CHIGAN
5. Ja ne Brennan
6. Renee Walls
7. Mauree n Miller
MISSOURI
8. Sherry Nelsen
ORE GON
9. Lila Lee Tommerup
NEW JERSEY
10. Stella Bastiallelli
NO RTH DAKOTA- SOUTH DAKOTA
11. Co nnie Davis
TEXAS
12. Laura Boone
WISCONSIN
13. Jody Wallner
Midget Boys
1. Jeff Bradley-Iowa.
1972 National Champion
FLORIDA
2. Luis Delgado Jr.
3. Michael Baranel
4. John Valdes
ILLINOIS
5. Glen Berg
6. Marcello Palazzo
7. Peter Kron
8. Robert Kron
9. Mitc h Grebe
10. Hugh Garrott
11. Aris Damianos
12. Shawn Brosn an
13. Tom Pe terson
14. Clarence Gerchen
MIC HI GAN
15. James Gesquiere
, 6. Jeff Roels
17. Kevi n Johnson
MISSISSIPPI
lB. Warren Reed
19. Richard Savell
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MISSOURI
20. Bobby Friskel
NEW YORK (Southern)
21. Chris Pavich
OREGON
22. Davi d Bon ds
INDIANA
23. Tro y Stetina
MASSACHUSETTS
24. Alan Ahti
25. Gene Cote
NEW JERSEY
26. Italo Bastianell i
27. John Clowes
28. Rene Cardona
29. Michael Grotz
30. Tad Koller
31. Paul Noonan
32. John Fitzpatrick
33. Dave Flail agan
34. Edward Schmidt
NORTH DAKOTA- SOUTH DAKOTA
35. Hanz Schol
36. Chase Davis
PE N SYLVANI A
37. Lawrence Blumberg
38. Bobby Zelley
39. Christopher Zelley
TEXAS
40. John Groves
41 . Greg Haisley
VIRGINIA
42. Wayne Patty Jr.
43. Rober Patty
44. Matt Dubbe
WISCONSIN
45. Robert Krip pendorf
46. Andy Gu lczyn ski
47. John Gulczynski
48. Paul Krippendo ri
49. Tim Palmen
50. Dean Remillard
5T. Pat Palmen
52. Peter Barnett
53. Dan Prance
54. Ch ris De Marinis
55. Jeff Luth er
56. Ky le Ka ppes
Midget GirlS
ILLINOIS
1. Pat Albrecht
2. Stephan ie An derson
3. Pam Albrech t
4. Jacq ueline Herreweyers
MICHI GAN
5. Co nnie Paraskevan
6. Nancy Merl o
7. Martha Zbikowski
8. Debbie Ham il ton
9. Amy Johnson
10. laura Merl o
NEW YORK (Southern )
11 . Lisa Ourdaller
12. Fra nCia Mesa
IOWA
13. Jacque Bradley
NEW JER SE Y
14. Valerie Hans!
15. Dana Quinn
NOR TH DA KOTA-SO UTH DAKOTA
16. Granis Stewart
PE NN SYLVANI A
17. Sheila Harper
1B. Ellen Harper
WASHINGTON
19. Susie Sigel
Sen ior Mens Championship
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July 28 - 29
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KENOSHA, MILWAUKEE HOSTED '72 CHAMPIONSHIPS the time Han s recuperated, the fleeting
Campbell was length s ahead . But, Nuern­
berg was not to be out done as he captured
th e second rid e. Then came th e exciting
finale with the two youngster s shoulder
to shoulder with Campbell tak ing the top
The 1972 National Bicycl e Champion­
ships were hosted by two citi es with two
separate champion ship committees. This
was the fir st time that such a promotion
of th e national s has occurred. And, as all
who attended will attest, th e champion­
ships were a smashing success .
The spectators were treated to some
of the best racing seen in many years on
both the road and track . Few will forg et
the final eve nt of the track championsh ips
as Bobby Phillips of Baltimore, captured
his second Te n Mile Champion sh ip with a
come from behind move rem ini scent of
th at fa mous race horse, Car ry Back . Other
outstanding performance on th e track
came from Gary Campbell in the matches.
In the first round of the final for th e
sprint championship, Camp be ll caught
Hans Nuernberg in an emba rrassing situa­
tion. With 3/4ths of a lap to go, Nuern­
berg looked ov er his inside shoulder to
keep his eye on Gary . But, Ga ry was no
where to be see n. He had m ad e a surpri se
move around th e top of hi s o pp one nt . By
honors.
On the road, the events were equally
exciting. Seventeen year ·old Debbie Brad·
ley of Iowa stunned the crowd as she sped
to the line ju st nipping vet e ran Jeanne
Omelenchuk in the Women s title event.
Andre Berclaz of New York became the
first official veterans' road champion
breaking away from the field for a solo
victory. The junior race had to be decided
by photos as Ted Waterbury of Ohio and
Dave Spohn of Wisconsin crossed the tape
in what appeared to be a dead heat. But,
when th e polaroid was developed it was
cl ear that Wate rbury wa s the new cham ­
pion.
Th e senior event was no differ e nt. As
th e field e nte red the fi na l 500 meters, a
large group re mained to cont est the title
VETERANS ROAD
MI DGET BOYS TRAC K
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1 Jeff Bra dley, Iowa
2 J o el Steti n a, In d .
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5 Karl Gage, C a lif .
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Jim Gesquiere, Mi c h.
3
5
7
2
0
1
0
y, mi. T o t al
17
7
15
5
12
2
7
3
0
0
MIDGET GIRLS TRACK
1 Jody Walln er , Mich.
2 Stella Bastln e lli , N.J.
3 Rene Walls, III.
7
5
3
4 Connie Parask erin,Mich 0
5 Debbie Hamilt o n, Mich 1
2
6 Nancy Merlo, Mic h .
7
5
2
3
1
0
7
3
5
2
1
0
21
13
10
5
3
2
INTERMEDIATE BOYS TRACK
1 Les Barczevvsk i. Wisc .
2 Greg Berg, III.
3 Tim Givens, N . Y .
4
5
6
7
Dennis Klfoy, III.
Mark Karzen , Calif.
B o b Jensa, III.
Jim Gulczynski , Wi sc .
Stan K o stick, Wlsc .
7
5
3
2
0
2
1
0
7
5
3
1
0
0
0
0
7
2
0
3
5
0
0
21
12
6
6
5
2
Carole Brennan , Mich.
7
5
Jackie Disney, Calif.
Pamela Gesqulere,Mich 3
Debbie Pac ker, Caltf.
Jane Brennan, Mich.
1
2
7
5
3
2
5
7
2
3
INTERMEDIATE BOYS ROAD
1 Les Barczevvski, Wlsc . 12 miles In 28 : 38.4 2 Russ Turpin, Celif. 3 Ian Talcrott, Ohi o 4 Mike Palsson, Wash. 5 Don McBride, Calif . 6 Jim Gulczynskl, Wise . 7 John Chamberlain 8 Rick Vehe, III : 9 Stan Kostick , Wisc. 10 Bob Cook , Colo. 8 D a l e S tetina, Ind. 9 D e nni s Hansing, Calif. 1 A ndr e Brcl az . N. Y . 40 m ile. In 1 : 45. 4 2 10 S t eve Lu n dgren , C alif . 2 Lloyd Ra k e. N. J . 3 Barry W Ol f , C a lif . SENIOR MENS ROAD
4 R obe rt B er ge n 1 J o hn H oward. Mo . 120 miles in 4 · 30 : 18
2 Wayne S tetina, Ind.
5 Roy St et i na , In d. WOMENS ROAD
1 Debbi e Bradley , Io w a 28 miles 1 : 19.1 0 3 Bo b Sc hn e ider, Wi sc .
4 D e nnis Deppe, M o .
2 Jeann e Omelenchuk, Mi c h . 5 J o hn A llis, Mass.
3 Eilee n Bre n n an . Mich . 6 Rick B all, Wisc.
7 Eddi e D oe rr. Mo .
4 Clara T ey ss i e r, Calif. 8 Mike Carnahan , N . Y .
5 Linda Ste in, Calif . 9 Bill L ogan, Wi sc .
10 Bruce Uhal , Ohi o
WOMENS SPRINT
1 Sue Navarra, Mich . SENIOR MENS SPRINT
2 Eileen Brennan , M ich . 1 G a ry Ca mpbell, Ca lif.
3 Susan G urne y , Mich . 4 Clara T ey si er , Calif . 2 H a n s Nuernberg, Wi se .
3 R oger Y oung, Mi c h.
WOMENS PURSUIT
1
2
3
4
4 Steve W o znick, Fla .
Clara Tey ss i e r, Calif. 4 : 1 9.9 SENIOR MENS KI LOMETER
Donn a T o bias, N. Y . 4 :2 3 .9 1 Steve W o znick, Fla. 1 :10.95
2 R a lph Therrio, Calif . 1 : 11 . 1
3 Dale Vergau w en, Mich . 1 : 11 . 4
Eileen Brenna n, Mich . 4 : 26 . 15 Patti Ston e, N . Y . 4 : 27 . 4 JUNIOR MENS TRACK
5 mi. 1 m i. Y2 mi. 2 mi . Total
INTERMEDIATE GIRLS TRACK
1
2
3
4
5
dash . Wayne Stetina of Indiana, riding in
his first senior title event, put on a furiou s
sprint for the tape . Bob Schne ider of Wi s­
consin was right on his tail. With 25 yards
to go, it looked as if Stetina would hold
off the challenge by Schneider. And then,
out of nowhere (or so it appeared) John
Howard of Missouri rocketed to the front
to nip the 19 year-old Indiana flash by
inches.
And so another exciting National
Championsh ips was brought to a fitting
close. As usual , th e riders put forth tre·
mendous efforts wh ich make every race
well worth th e time to watch. The League
and its members would like to thank those
individuals who made the 1972 Champion­
ships the success that they were. We look
forward to returning again to the Keno sha
track as it is one of the finest in the States.
And, we did not have long t o wait for our
return to Milwaukee as the local com­
mittee is now sponsoring and promoting
the 1973 Road Cham p ionships.
19
17
8
6
4
1 N elson S a lda na, N Y
2 Le igh Ba rcz e w s ki ,Wi s c
3 Steve Ped e r son, III.
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Les L uc zy , Calif .
Dennis Ha ns ing, Calif.
Scott M c L ean , Calif .
Dick Robert son . III.
Leroy G atto, Ca lif .
T o m Schuler , Mich .
Jerry Heinde nreich,
7
0
5
3
0
2
0
0
0
3
7
5
0
0
0
2
0
1
0
7
5
2
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
JUNIOR MENS ROAD
5
7
3
1
0
0
0
2
0
0
22
19
15
4
3
2
2
2
SENIOR MENS PURSUIT
1
2
3
4
John V e nde Vel d e, III. 5:02 . 7
Dave Chaun er , Penna . 5:06.7
Jim M e nching. Calif . 5:05.6
Jim O c h o wi c z, Wisc. 5:12.4
SENIOR MENS TEN MILE
1 Bobby Phillips, Md .
2 Buddy Campbell, Calif .
3 Hans Nuernberg, Wi sc .
4 Chris Mee rman, Va.
5 Dale Vergauwen, Mich.
SENIOR MENS TEAM PURSUIT
1 Ted Wat e rbury , Ohio 48 miles in 1 -54:50
1 South ern California ­ Cyril Johnson,
2 Dave Spohn, Wisc.
Ron Skarin, Tom Sneddon, Butch Stlnton
2 S outhern New York
3 Illinois
4 Wisc o nsin
3 Keith Vierra, Calif .
4 Scott Damuth, Wisc .
5 Dave Gulczynski, Wisc.
6 Eric Neidener, Maine
7 Nel.on Saldana, N. Y.
-25­
THE NATIONALS !I!
Why do so many athletes congregate each
year at the host site of the National Cy­
cling Championships? Why do they spend
so much money for these events? Why
do they spend so many hours in prepara­
tion each day for the championships?
This can only be answered by each indi­
vidual athlete_ For each athlete has his
own personal reason for participating in
cycling competition_ If you want the true
answers, ask some of the competitors as
you m eet them during the week long
competition _
The athletes who are competing got to
the nationals in one of two ways_ Most of
them have qualified through their own
state championships which were held on
July 7th and 8th_ Each state is allowed a
certain number of qualifiers according to
th e number of registrations th at they have
in a particular class_ A ve ry se lect number
o f riders are allowed to ride the nationals
each year w ithout qual ify ing th rough th eir
state championships_ These riders are the
defending National Champion s_ And, this
year, certain juniors will be allowed to
rid e with o ut competing in the state cham­
pionsh ips _ They were selected for the
WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT? European Junior Championship Team and
were competing in Munich, Germany with
our National Junior Team from July 3rd
to the 8th_
National Championships are held for the
following classes of riders: Midgets (boys
and girls). Intermediates (boys and girl s).
Junior Men, Senior Women, Senior Men,
and Veteran Men _
The Midget boys and girls compete for
track championships only _ The inte rmed­
iate girls also compete for a track cham­
pionship only wh il e the boys have bot h
road and track ch ampionships.
T he
juniors also c o mp ete for bot h titles. Th E:
senior men and wome n have a more varied
sel e ction of championships. The women
compete in match springs, 3000 me ter
pursu it, a nd road. The men compete fo r
the kilom ete r, t he pursuit, t he match
sprint, the team pursuit, and the ten m ile
titles as well as th e road championsh ip.
The veterans go for broke on the road
only.
The track titles fo r th e midgets, inter-­
mediates, and juniors have a series of
races_ Riders finishing in the top five
places in each event score points, 1st­
7 pts _; 2nd-5 pts.; 3rd-3 pts.; 4th-2 pts_;
5th-' pt. The rider with the largest total
points at the end of the series is declared
the class champion.
The men's and women's track events are
separate championships within themselves
with the first three finishers in each re­
ceiving medals, , st-gold ; 2nd-silver; 3rd­
bronze . The road championsh ips are also
for th ree places with only one event to
decide the championship. The vets go 40
miles, the women 32, the men 120, the
juniors 48, and the intermediates 12.
The annual championships pack six ex­
iting d ay s of racing into nine days_ In
between t he racing, new friendships are
made, old ones revived, an d past ones
remembered_
Leag ue meeti ngs aboun d
with the National Convention an d Board
of Direc t ors meetings in t he li meli ght.
And , the finale of each c hamp ionship,
the Banquet of Champion s, at which time
the champions and the runners-up re­
ceive their awards and recognitio r. . An d
then its home to begin planning for the
next nationals. See you all nex t year.
~----------------
Amateur Bicycle League of America Inc. CHESTER NELSEN SR ., Records Chairman
=============
OFFICIAL COMPETITION RECORDS
OUTDOOR BANKED TRACK - UNPACED MILES vs. TIME By - Ronald Skarin, Encino, California ........... October 21, 1970 MILES
1
TIME
2.13.6
4.27.9
6.42.1
8.55.5
11.10.5
13.24.3
2
3
4
5
6
13
14
15
By · . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
· . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
· .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wes
. . .
. . .
. . .
MILES
7
TIME
15.39.7
17.54.8
20.11.1
22.21.4
24.43.6
27.01.0
8
9
10
11
12
Chowen, Encino, California ........... July 6,1967 . . .
29.27.4
20
. . . . . . .. .. .. . .... . . ... . .
. . .
31.43.2
25
. . . . . . . . . . .. . .. . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .
. . .
38.59.2
30
45.22 . 1 56.48.3 1.08.24.2 OUTDOOR BANKED TRACK - DISTANCE AGAINST TIME
25
47
64
84
103
122
141
159
178
195
212
230
MILES
M 3975
M 5262
M 5245
M 2780
M 4250
M 5037
M 3409
M 3820
M 682
M 717
M 717
M 3645
Ft.
Ft.
Ft.
Ft.
Ft.
Ft.
Ft.
Ft.
Ft.
Ft.
Ft.
Ft.
TIME
1 Hr.
2 Hr.
3 Hr.
4 Hr.
5 Hr.
6 Hr.
7 Hr.
8 Hr.
9 Hr.
10 Hr.
11 Hr.
12 Hr.
Bob
Bob
Paul
Paul
Paul
Paul
Paul
Paul
Paul
Paul
Paul
Paul
NAME and PLACE
Best· San Francisco, California
Tetzlaff - Brown Deer, Wisconsin
Washak - Brown Deer, Wisconsin
Washak - Brown Deer, Wisconsin
Washak - Brown Deer, Wisconsin
Washak - Brown Deer, Wisconsin
Washak - Brown Deer, Wisconsin
Wa shak - Brown Deer, Wiscon sin
Washak - Brown Deer, Wisconsin
Wa shak - Brown Deer, Wiscon sin
Washak - Brown Deer, Wisconsin
Washak - Brown Deer, Wisconsin
DATE
June 12, 1960
October 4, 1960
August 15, 1960
August 15, 1960
August 15, 196Q
Augus.t 15, 1960
August 15, 1960
August 15, 1960
August 15, 1960
August 15, 1960
August 15,1960
August 15, 1960
OUTDOOR BANKED TRACK - UNPACED COMPETITION
1000 Meters
* 1000 Meters
4000 Meters
* 4000 Meters
24 Miles, 1962 Feet
1.09.7
1.05.67
5.05.4
4.55.4
1.0.00.0
Jackie Simes - Northbrook, Illinoi s
Olympic Games Mexico City
John Vande Vel de, Northbrook Illinoi s
David Brink Olympics, Nex ico City
Steve Pfeiffer - Chicago, Illinois
July 6, 1967
1968
July 16. 1970
1968
September 3, 1959
OUTDOOR BANKED TRACK - SCRATCH COMPETITION
MILES
1/2
2
10
TIME
59.9
4.42.6
21.29
NAME and PLACE
Peter Senia, Jr., Northbrook, Illinoi s
Chris Rose, Northbrook. Illinois
William Kund, Encino, California
DATE
August 21.1966
August21,1966
Augu st
1965
ROAD COMPETITION - SCRATCH
1/4
1/3
1
1
1
2
3
5
15
20
25
30
50
75
100
125
100 km
240.8
29.4
38.6
2.02
2.02
2.02
4.43.2
7.18.2
11.38
34.14.6
45.22
1.02.01.4
1. 10.48
1.56.10.7
3.15.58
4.23.45
5.41.30
2.40.11
12.00.00
B. W. King. Atlantic City, New Jersey
Charles Winters, Chicago , Illinoi s
Henry Surman
R. L. Guthrid~e, Westfield, New Jersey
S. C. Haberle
Robert Parson, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Don Sheldon, Columbus, Ohio
Vaughn Angell, Columbus, Ohio
Francois Mertens, Washington,. D. C.
A. E. Wahl, Buffalo, New York
Rupert Walti, Belleville, New Jersey
Francois Mertens, Washington, D. C.
Jack Simes, Somerville, New Jersey
eddie Doerr, St. Louis, Mo.
Donald Nelsen, St. Louis, Missouri
Bernard Dodd, Lake Merced, California
Arnold Uhrlass, Flemington, Jew Jersey
Ted Ernst, Pittsburgh, Penn sylvania
September 16, 1922 Septem ber 8, 1923 August 8, 1908
August 8, 1908
August 8, 1908
August 26, 1961
August 18, 1946
August 5, 1951
August 7, 1955
July 4, 1921
May 8, 1955
August 7,1935
May 30, 1967
April 23, 1972
July 25, 1965
August 19, 1956
July 4, 1963
October 4, 1953
ROAD COMPETITION - 4 MAN TEAM UNPACED
100 k m
2.24.00.97
Wes Chowen, Bob Freund, Michael Hiltner,
Bob Tetzlaff, Rome Italy - OlYmpics
1960
OUTDOOR BANKED TRACK - PURSUIT COMPETITION
4,000 Meters
"4,000 Meters
4,000 Meters
4.39.3 4 Man Team: Skip Cutting, Steve Maaranen,
John Van De Vel de, Wayne Le Bombard,
Encino, California
4 Man Team: Dave Chauner, Harry Cutting,
Steve Maaranen, John Van De Val de,
Ol y mpic Games Mexico City
2 Man Team : Hans Wol f , Arnol d Uhrlass,
K issena Park, Flushing, New York City
4.32.87 5. 10.1
August 1968
1968
Septem ber 1964
OUTDOOR BANKED TRACK - MATCH RACE COMPETITION
Last 200 Meters
11.4
Jackie Simes, Copenhagen
June 5, 1962
OUTDOOR BANKED TRACK - UNPACED MILES vs. TIME - WOMEN
By - Audrey McElmury, Encino, California ... ......•. July 12, 1969
MilES
TIME
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
............................
............
.............
MILES
4.52.1
7. 16.3
9.40.9
12.05.3
14.29.5
16.54.7
19. 16 .5
21.42.5
24.07.2
11
12
13
14
15
16
25
13.3
1.01.5
2.20.9
5.06
4.08.2
26.31.6
28. 58.4
31.23.5
33.50.2
36 .1 7
48.39.7
60 .28.4
Distance for one hour:
24 miles, 4098 feet, 9 inches
OUTDOOR BANKED TRACK ­
200 Meters, Flying Star t
1/2 Mile
1 Mile
2 Mile
3,000 Meters
TIME
WOMEN'S RECORDS
Edith Johnson, Nort hbrook , Ill inois
Edith Johnson , Brown Deer, Wi scon sin
Nancy Bu rghart, St. Lou is, Missouri
Eli zabeth Burghart, St. Louis, Missouri
Audrey McElmury, Encino, Californ ia
August
August 26,
August 26.
Augu st 26,
July 7.
19 65
196 1
1962
1962
1968
• High Altitude Record, Not Official
ROAD COMPETITION - HANDICAP
MILES TIME
3
7. 21
12.28.4
23.08
30.56.6
34.5 2.8
49.5 5
57.15
1.58.05.6
2.17.38
4.05.44
5
10
13
15
20
25
50 60
100
NAME and PLACE
Jerome Steinert, Rye Beach, New York
J. B. Hawkins, Va lley Stream, New York
Tom Bell o, Floral Park , New York
Eugene Aic kel in , Bronx , New Y ork
Eugene A ickeli n, Brookl yn, New York
Glenn A . Baxter, San Bernardino, Cali f ornia
Bern ard Dodd, Oak land, Cali fo rn ia
Karl Napper· Commack, Long Island , New York
William Y arwood, Camden to Atl antic Ct.
Francois Mertens, Wesbu ry, New Y ork
DATE
September 12,
November 8,
September 12,
May 20,
Ju ne 24,
May 12,
October 14,
May 7,
Jun e 10,
June 8,
1909
1908
1909
1923
1923
1917
1956
1961
1923
1952
ROAD COMPETITION - UNPACED
1
10
25
60 90
150
2. 08
23.02.4
58.05
2.35.09
4.23.58
8.26.27
Berthold Baker, Gra nt City , New Jersey
Mike Neel, Lake Merritt, Ca l.
William K und. Riversi de, California
John Sin ibald i, Paterson, New Jersey
Albert Ma rquart, Paterson, New Jersey
Joseph Kopsky, Floral Park, New York
October 11,1 9 14
August 15, 197 1
March 1965
June 9, 1935
June 9, 1929
May 5, 191 2
WOM EN'S ROAD RECO RDS
25 Mile Scratch
1.04.44
12 Hours Scratch, 217.4 Miles
Audrey McEl mury, Riverside California
Ruth Sibley, Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania
-28­
April 1966
October 14, 1953
,ST NAT IONAL CHAMP IONSH IP WIN NE RS
Y EA R
HfL D AT
SENIOR
JUNIOR
WOMEN
19 21
1922
1923
Wa sil inylon. D. C.
Anhur Nie'11lnsky. N Y
All anl'" C' IY . N J
Ch'cayo.l11 .
Bullalo. N.Y.
Carl Ha mbacher. N .J.
Charles BarCl ay , Calif .
Charli e W,n l e' . N .Y.
Edward M crk lwr, III
Edwa ld Mc,k ,w ,. I II .
None
Charles Smithson D of C
None
None
N one
1924
19 25
1926
1927
1928
19 29
SI. Louis. Mo .
Phdadcll'~lia. Po.
L ouisvdl e. Ky
Kenos h ~ .
Wise.
Ji mmy Walthou r. N Y
R .J. COllnor . 0 of C
Ser910 Mallein ,. N , Y.
Sam uel Dowe l', Ohio'
William Hon eman, N .J.
Waller Bresnan. N.Y.
Charles Atwood, D of C
Ted Becker , III.
Bobby Thomas, Wisc.
Tin o Reboli, N .J.
1930
1935
1936
1937
Newa'k . N .J
Kenosha, Wise.
Atlantic City . N .J
St . Louis. Mo .
Buffalo. N.Y .
1939
1940
1941
Columhus. Ohio
Delroll , M,ch.
Pasade na. Calif.
1945
1946
1947
Ch'cago, 11 1
CO IUlllIJUS, Oh IO
Phllaclelphia. Pa .
194 8
Kenosha, vVisc .
San Diego, Calif.
New Brunswick, N.J.
James Lauf, Md.
Robert Pfarr, Wisc.
Donald Clause n, Wisc.
Donald Clausen, Wisc.
Harry Backer, Calif.
1952
Columbus, Ohio
New Brunswick, N.J.
Gus Gatto, Calif.
Steven Hrom jak, Ohio
Vaughn Angell, U tah
John Chisclko, N .J.
1953
1954
St. Louis, Mo.
Minn cdpol is. Mm
Ro nn ie Rhoads, Calif.
Jac k 0 15ney, Calil.
Jack Hartman, Ca lif.
RObert Zumwalt , Jr.
1955
New Y ork , N .Y.
Or lando , Fla .
Jack D isnoy , Calif.
Pat DcColl l bus , N.Y.
1949
1950
1951
1956
1957
1958
Kenosha, Wisc .
Newark. N.J.
Bo bby Thomas, W'Sl .
Ce';.! Hu.wy, Ca.
Jac ki e Si mes, N.J .
Ch arles Bc r!JI1J . N.J.
fl an in Del Rs, Calif.
F ur ill d'l Kugler, N.J.
Malv in T ho mson, III .
Ted Smllh , N .Y.
Don Hesler, Calif.
Ted Smith, N . Y .
Ted Smith, N Y.
Jack Disney,
Jac k D isney,
Jack Disney,
James Rossi,
George Thomas, Wisc.
DaVi d Martin , N .J.
Dav id Ma rtin. N.J.
Fu.man Kugler. N.J.
Fr an k Pau l, Utah
Harry Naismyth, N.J.
An dres Bernardsky, Calif.
Spencer Busch , N . Y .
Don Sheldon , N.J .
Joe Cirone, Calif.
Calif
Dave Staub. Cal .f.
Cal if.
Calif.
III.
Pelry Metzler, Cal.f.
1959
1960
1961
Kenosha, Wisc.
Milwaukee, Wisc.
Milwaukee, Wisc.
James Rossi , III.
James Rossi, III.
1962
1963
1964
St. Louis, Mo .
Chicago, III.
New York, N .Y .
James Ro ssi, III.
James Rossi, III.
Jackie Simes, N.J.
1965
Encino, Calif.
Jack Simes, N.J., Sp lint
H arry Cuttin g. Cali f. , Pu rsu it
William K und, Cal if. 10 mile
Michael Hiltner , Calif., Roae!
1966
Clarks ville, Mo.
Don Nelson, Mo., 100 KLJometer
1966
Nothbrook, III .
Jack Disn ey, Calif., SO llnt
Dave Brink, Calif. Pursuit
Jamps Donovan. N . Y.
Jackl. Simes 3rd , N .J.
Bobble F~nn, N .Y .
A lan Grieco . N.J
A lan Grieco, N J.
Jose Nln, N Y .
To m McMillan, Calli
Pete r Scnla, N.
Dave Johnson, Wisc.
Jim Rossi, III., 10 Mile
1967
Portl and, 01 egan
Robert Tetzlaff, Calif., Road
Jack Simes, N.J., Sprint
Dave Br ink, No. Calif., Pursuit
1968
1969
Encino, Calif.
Detr oll. Mich .
Sle ven Maar onen , Ore., 10 Mile
Bob Parsons, No . Ca lif. , Road
Jack Disney, Calif., Sprint
Dave Brink, Calif., Pursuit
Steve MaJrJ"" ". Ore., 10 Mile
John Ho w .ll d, Mi ssou ri, Road
T im Mou ntford, Cali f. , SPI illt
Jo h n VanoJe V"I\JI', III " Pursuit
Jac k ie Simes, U.S. Army . 1 Q MIle
1970
197 1
1972
Ne w York City, N . Y.
Portland, Oregon
Milwauk ee, WISC.
Kenosha . W'sc .
A la n Dc Fevr·r . Caltf Road
Sk ill Cutt in g, Ca l.f. , Splint
Joh n V ande V el de , III. . PUI<,uII
Bob Ph ill ip s, Md , 10 M rl e
Mik .. Carnahan , N.Y., Roael
Gary Campbell, Cal if ., Sprint
None
None
None
None
Non e
None
N one
N one
None
Dor is Kopsky, N.J.
Gl adys Owen, N . Y.
Mrld,cd Kugler , N.J.
Jedn Michels,-1I1.
IId, cd Dietz, Mo.
Mi ldre d Dietz, Mo .
DollS Travani, Mich.
Doris Travani, Mich.
Doris Travani , Mich.
Doris Travani, Mich.
Anna Piplak, III.
Jeanne Robinson, Mich.
Nancy Neiman, Mich .
Nancy Neiman, Mich.
Jeanne Robinson, Mich.
Nancy Neiman, Mich.
Nancy Neiman, Mich.
Maxine Conover, Wash.
Joanne Speckin, Mich .
Edith A. Johnson, N.Y .
Ed ith A. Johnson, N.Y.
Na llcy Burghart, N.Y.
Ed ith Johnson, N. Y.
Nancy Burghart , N.Y.
Na ncy Burghart, N.Y.
Edith Johnson, Sprint
Audrey , McElmury, Pursuit
Audrey McElmury, Road
Peter Senia, Jr., N. Y., Track
Nancy Burghart, N.Y., Sprinl
Ji m Van Boven, Road
Belmont, Calif.
Nancy Burghart, N.Y ., Pursui t
Nancy Burghart, N. Y ., Road
Gar\ Camp bell , C" li t , T rack
Trac y Wak efielrl, Cal l ' .. RO od
Nancy Burghart, N.Y., Sprint
Nancy Burghart, N. Y., Pursuit
Nancy Burghart, N. Y., Road
Gary Campbe ll . Cali f , Spri nt
Don Wesle ll , N Y., Road
Audrey McElmury, Calif. Track
Jesus POl l alalln . N. Y., Track
Jeanne Kloska, N . Y., Sprint
Henry Wh it ney , Washington, DC, Road
Audrey M cEl mury, Calif., Pursuit & Road
Ralp h Therrio, Calif.. Road & Track
Shiela Youn g, Mich., Sp rinl
Donna Tobias, N. Y.- Road
Mike Neel, Calif . Pur suit
Kathy Ecroth, Oregon, Pur sui t
Hans Nuerenberg, Wisc , 10 Mrle
Mary Jane Reoch, Pa., Road
Steve Dayton. I nd., Road
Tim Zasadny, III., Kilometer ,So.Ca' .' .Tcam Pursu It
John Howard, Mo., Road
Ne!so n Sa lda na. N.Y., Track
Ted Waterbu ry , Ohio, Ro ad
Sieve Wozn ick , Fla .. Kil ometer
Gary Campbell , Calif., Sprint
John Vande Velde, Ill inois, Pursuit
Bob Phillips, Md" 10 Mile SO.Calif.,Team PUrsUit
Clara Tey ssier, Ca lif., Pursuit
Sue N avarra, Mich., Sprint
Debbie Bradley, Iowa, Road
MEMBER CLUBS OF THE ABL OF A MEMBER CLUBS EAST • LATIN AMERICA N CYCLING CLUB
JUiJn POflal ill in
15026 GHlntl Celllr.) 1 Pkw .. Jam a ica. NY . 114 32
Connecticut
LO NG ISLAND WHEELME N' S ASS O C IATI O N
1151h 5 1.. Ri ctuHOll d Hili . NY . 11419
H en ry Fisc h e r - 9545
C O NN ECTICUT YANKEl:: BICYCLE CL UB
OctH)'dh Ch'IS l cl1S cn
B O l( 64, E 'i'l.I~ IC . Conll . 06426
MANHATTAN CYCLING ASSOC I ATION. INC.
LawrenCt:: L p ib oWl l l
220 E 6.)r (1 51 .. N . Y .. N . Y.
[HE C HOAT!:. SCH OOL BICYCL L CLUB
1 tH~ Choalc Sc.hQOI, W;JlllIlrJl o r (l. Conn
Wayne P" trl')(lrl
THE CITIUS eYL! IN G CLuB
Torn D ow n'fllr
I WI~ tdJ Aile ., Old G' ee nwi c h . Conn
06492
• MANH OOD I O UNDATION M (I\ I I II'I~ Plumm e r - 290 Len o)( Ave .. N. Y. N . Y.
06070
-NA SS AU WHEELMEN ASSOCIAl l O N Vi ,O Pe rru(; c i
165 Pos t Av !:! ., W CS I OlHy . N . Y.
SIMSBURY BICYCLE CLu8
John C'<Jl>ulI'
6 H d ffici Lane, Simsbu r y. C Olln,
SPARTA N RACIN G CLUB OF C O NNECTIC UT
Joe Tos)
5 PrU SPt.'CI Hill Ter r ilcc . War e h o u se PI
Con n. 06080
N C}
r....1 A I.) SPOR TS C LU 8
Jot
W ac:; 1
PE. '\. Dt
BR OWA RD WHI: fl MEN
2 841
S , W. 91h $1.
Fl.
I \ ~HC
Lau Licr<1d l l;'. Fla. 33312
E:
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c;.OTHAM C'
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• TALLAHA SSE E VELO SPORT Fr ank Patlridge
421 Mural. T al l ,<),h;)ss.ee-. Fla . J:.!:1U4 NY. 11.) 77
TI~ R
\06th SI . . RIc hlllond Hili. N.Y.
11418
BICYCLE CLUB
R . D . I , Andr e w s R d .. V esta l . NY . 13850
POR n VA ITAUANA
Eu >·11I
1J.9 Gnmo Blv d., SC(l r scia le, N Y. 10 5 83
MISSILELAND WHEELS
J . T~els
p . O . B o)( 129 5 , Coc:'). Fl a. 32922
• ST. PETERSBURG BICYCLE CLuB . INC .
863
71h Av e. N ., $ 1. Peter sb urg, Fin. 33701
F . Ft;)zlne
WO o tJ S I ( I ~·.
30 l h Avc ..
8 6·00
T~l(" I.h" l~ I'I I ,", n sk(l
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MIAMI CYCLI NG ASSOCIATION
Angel Leire
p . O . 8 0K 3162. Moi o Olfi ce, Miami, Fla . 33101
C ' CLI N G ASSOCIATION
Go1 COllfHJC AvC .. P'l lls Ou r gh, Pi) . 15 232
llSl S
1 1'.," A~m"
Doyl~IQni[1 ' 1
d 03 Sllulh
Ap i s. 200 A.
l'I ,n S t. , Doyl es town. Pa . 10901
i.i.ARISBUAC. BIC'tCt.E- CL UB
Jan1tJ'i. K"n .'~
.11 J O\pplclf'ev ROlhl, CHillI! Hil l, p;) . 17011
Georgia
'S AVANNA H WHlLIMEN
N . Gernoy
10603 While Bluff Rd .. S .J v.om\41t
O:~C'~II
I (H IGH
H EE
An d,..,:',,- TI1LIS
P
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Louisiana
·"E'.
0
4SS0";I,\1I0N I ..... C
B()( 906. AH","lo.'m p"
Pt:NNS YLVA N I A (jl YC LE Cl JEt
Clement N ewbo l u . 80)( 5 4 , 5 pr, nq ."inU'H'
• OR LEANS Wl:: S l W HEEl ,1E N . " } (. Frt:eman Bl ilCkbuI "
J6 4 Bii'lfftfl1': d{itl. G r u t l1h , l ...
700 5 3 La.
.3
1810 5
lJ411
• PRESQUE JSL E BICYCLE CLUB John D'Ange l o
B o)( 156 R.D. 1, Fai r View. Pa .
7080B 1 6 ~ lb Soulh Carolina
Maine
TH E=. CAROLINA CYCLERS
Warner D e H a rt
204 G a rdner Or "
PENOBSCOT WH f. LL M EN
Larry Poul in
!Jb8 R lVc r slde Or .. Augu s t a. Maine 043,)0
H ;) rt sv il1c, S . C . 29150
Vermont
• WILTON BIK E C LUB
R . B as s
Bo)( W. Will o n, M e. 0 4294
PUTNEY 81CYCLE CLU B
R obe rt An(lerson - Bo)( 185
R . D. 2, W.Bralll e boro . VI. 05,)0 1
S TOWE BIC YCLE CLUB
H e nry Cushmi\ n
Bo)( 1018 , Stowe, Ve rm ortt 0567 2
C HESAPEAKE WHEELMEN
KJeld Sor ensen
1715 SlO k es ley Rd . . B a ltimore, Md. 21222
COLUMBIA WHEELM E N
R Odn ey Gui shard
1 0 451
4 902
G W lI lf=L MEN
CJfPII'lO -
SOvTHEfl'
• IMPERIAL POLK COUNTY BICYCLE CLUB. INC
Dauna Flnlaw - p . O . BO K 3059. L akc l ~ 'I(J. Fli:). 33802
VE LD CL U B d 'l BATO N nOU C E Gary Lu nrl nn
6 3 D en ta ll On, B ilton Rou ge,
11 !390
N l:.W Y O RK BICYCLE R AC IN G ASS O CIATION
CIl. Il lt: '> Cl...ln n i ngl'cun
1232 Fulton S I .. Br uok lyn. NY . 11216
Florida
Frf;!(1 Knoller
110 2 1
100 27 Virninia
ROANOKE VALLEY BICYCLE C LUB
Stuart Mill e t · 157 Hou s t on Avc .N . E . , Roanok!:! , VIJ. 2 4012
Twin R ive r s Roan , Columbia. Md . 2 1044
N ATIONAL CAPITAL V ELO CLUB
Peter Stevens
651 2 C3 l1 an d e f' Or. , Beth esda, Md . 20034
TIDEW A TER BICYCLE CLUB
Petef' Teeuwen
775 N o rman A ve ., NorfOlk. Va . 23518
Massa chusetts
FITC HBU RG CYCLE CLUB
J osep h COle
103 FitChbur g Rd .. T ownsen(J, Mass. 01469
MARBLEHEAD CYCLE CLUB
D av id Lin d~n
366 F or r-51 Ave., Sw ampsco tt , Mass . 0 1907
NORTHEAST BIC YCL E: CL UB, INC .
18 Oak Tr e fo: Ln .. Ashland , M ass . 01721
W . Dflscoll
New Jersey
ALPINE WHEELME N
64 NOrwo od 51., Newark . N . J . 07106
E d Hol1 e
CENTURY ROAD C LUB of AM E R ICA
Dave Chauner
14 J o hn S1. . Princ.:cton, N. J . 08 5 .-10
JAEGER WHEELMEN
Rob e rt Yard
R . O . 4, Fl emington. N . J . 08822
NORTH JERSEY BICYCLE CLUB
T o m Mci n t y r e
61 ::2 W es twood Ave .. Riv e r Vnle. N
J . 0 7 675
MEMBER CLUBS MID-WEST
NUTLEY BIC YC LE CLUB
Alan Swicrk
14A Y a l e SI.. Nutl ey, N .J , 07110
SOMERSI:T WHEELMEN
Shirley KolI~r
27 R oa noke R oad, Some rv ille, N.J. 0087 6
• RATTRA P RACING TEAM OF ARKANSAS
H. Lynn S;}d l e r
1019 So uth Ao ams, Litlle RO Ck. Ark
No. New York
14227
GATEWAY EA ST FREEWHEELERS
Lynda Muell,",'
25 Cranbrook Dr .. B e ll cvi ll e, III. 62223 BUFFALO CYCLING CLuB
Ralph Pe rry
4 108 H arlem Road . SI'yder, N . Y . 14 226
LAKE S HORE W HEELME N Ju dy Nast yn
222 1 N. Mil wa ukee , Chica go. 111. 6064 ', FINGER LAKE S C YC LING CLuB
J a mes Harl sh o rn {:
10H D a y Stree t , Itha c a. NY . 14850
GE NE SE E VALLEY CYC LING C I UB
V in ce f'l1 Maxwell
2 1 I O<lkwoOd L n .. Wobsler. N.Y
LIBERT Y WHEELMEN
E . Heirbaut
52 0 SlriJlf ord PI., Chi c ago, III. 6065 7
14580
NORTHBROOK BIC YC LE CLuB
Jesse Garron · 111 I Waukegan Ro;:td, NOrthbrook, 111. 60062
SO. New York
A C Me WHEELMEN o f N EW YORK
J ohn Eifler
8 Alo)(andcf' Ave. , Yon k er s, N . Y
OLD TOWN BICYCLE CLUB
Carol Fi elds · 222 2 N . Fremo n l . Chi c ago , 111. 60614
10704
PRAIRIE CYCLE CLUB Cal v in Locke'
11 2 0 Wr.stfield , Champa i yn , 111 . 61820 ADIRON DA CK ROAD CLuB
Rob e rt E Ilts
10 37 Glen wood Blv d ., Sc henectady . N . Y . 12300
C ENTUR Y ROAD CLUB ASSOCIATION . INC.
LOUIS Maltese
7812
2 691" St.. Ne w Hy de Park, N.Y
QUAD CITIES BICYCLL CLU8 T erry B urke - 1557 29th Ave ., MOline, III. 61265
110dO
EASTERN CYCLING FED ERATION , INC .
78 12
2691h 51 .. New Hyde Park , NY . 11040
L ou is Ma\lese
SAUGANASH CYCL E CLUB AI Still8r - 6031 N . Cicero Ave., Chi cago, 111. 60646 FLU S HIN G MEADOW CYCLING C LuB
Alan Fi sh!;! ,
.)415 Parsons Bl vd ., F lu sh ing, N.Y
SOU TH CHICAGO WHEELMEN Theo Kron
5843 Capri I n . , M o rton Grove.
11354
GERMAN BIC YC LE S PORT CLUB
Don Miller
5 Shermnn Road . Glen C o v c, N . Y
11542
G . S COR TIN A
Jerry Kaufmann
1002,)
165 W . 661h 5 1. . N . Y ., NY
72204
Illinois
BUFFALO ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
NealO' Rourk e
60 Etl een Court , Bullalo. N . Y.
ITALI AN CYCLING ASSOCIATION
George Mel once l"
150.)9
14th Ave ., Whitestonc . N . Y.
111'. 6005.)
SP R INGFIELD BI CYC I I CLuB Dick B en tl ey
P . O . Bo)( 2203. Sp r ing l i eld, 111. 62705 TURIN BIKE CLUB Lee Katz
1932 N o nh Clark S I , Chicago , III . 60614
WEST SUB URB A N WHEELMEN
Laoy Pauly
23 E . Wood wo ll h Ave ., Roselle, III. 60172
11357
WINDY CITY WHEELMEN
John Li bera
3 7 ,)0 N . Troy St.. Chi cago , III. 60618
KISSENA CYCLING CLUB
AI Toefield
8766 256 th St.. Fl o ral Park, NY . 11001
-30­
MEMBER CLU BS OF TH e ABL OF A (Continued )
Indiana No . Dakota
CALUMET WHEELM EN Sill Gasper
GREAT PLAINS BIC YCLE C LUB
6415 Kennedy A ve. H.;)m mond. I n di itna 46323 O r . E arl SchO lz · 1128 7111 51
MARI O N " Y" WHEELMEN
J , BUlh: r - 418 w . Third St. . Y MCA , Mll rion . Ind . 4 6 95 2
SPEEDWAY WHEELMEN , INC ,
Rhooes Dayton
2640 Mayn ard Or "
I,..,dl nul)ohl
I nri
~612 f
THREE RIVERS VE LD S P O RT O . Held
302 E. Marlt: G r ove Av e.
l o rt VI,vol! . I 11
.s680b
Ohio
CLI::. VELAND WHEELMEN BICYCL l CLuB
Vernon Barnes - 6110 8rook:-icl€ Dr " C leve l a nd , Ohi o 44144
DAYTON CYCLING CLUB
• TIPPECANOE WHE ELt:. RS
F . Henk e ls · 519 M;j, n 5 1.. Ldl .JY l' l tC.
Jo t'l lI Z u l auf
no. 41901
WABASH WHEELM l! N B ICY C Lr. Cl Ue
SIi,:ve CIowl~y
1560 Luc A ... '~. Ta rr.
913 Willow0ClI e::.
NVl u S I) ;)v ldl ll lJ
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Kansas
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RI1.1 Gh·dt..o'
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Ky. 40205 ,
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MiChigan
ANN A I~ B OA S IC YCLl
LLJB Ja mes M rL.Jy u' il i ll
12~ 1;.. tiOO YM. AIHl Arbor . Mich
DEARBORN WH EF 1 ME N
Nan cy Nl elTla n
1 792 Wt) .tl,
O" cHhQ' n
G"·,·,,.
{min 4 3 402
")111". 4 !))J~1
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lJl~.l.I
4~ 403
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Tennessee • I:.AST T E NN t:.S S Lt BICYC LL C LUB
P.lrisll Ro b b i ns - 2003 H'~l hl..... "d Av e.,
48227
Klloxv dl t:!.
Ten n
• M F MPHI S CY C LI NG ASSOCIATION
J n m ro; Holl uw ister. M . D.
31 -/1 W il cO K A ... e, Memphis, ., O nl' J.8)1 ,
'v\ U$ I C CIT Y B I CYC L E CLUB
MlHjt cr ' Rout e 1 , Br en tw ood. T en n
JOIlU ' "
,\ij 146
370 27
Texas
t:ASTStD E W H EELME::N
F rf)d C arJII;<;h , p n l
]S6!:1' enlOpl" 1",1 Cl
RO'icv ille, ~ ;Ic,;I\ . ·: 8066
FU f CY CLE C LUe
Sue N o ... ara
tl 90 1 Bor c l'c r u'Oc Flint . Mi ~tl
r
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1 U L 5 A Bt C YC Le CLUU
K unmll il DIi ~<;Sj !1
P (). Bo -.:
,'1810,·1
4 812 4
Mlc.h
Box 6:: . B,) .., illlg
TEq t~ t..1 VI-tE:.EL ' E:"'J
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11,' B '.h "C ,Uf. St . 0.,'1 ton .
O lo n ,1 Sth;)lv l
CA O IE UX BICYC LL CLUB, 1N C Al b (fn Ver(: (: i: k,~
59JO C a nv o n . Detroit. Mi c ll. 482 36
CY C LING SADDLEMEN
Pau l Lun d, 3807 Monroe . Dea r born . Mich
a
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Oklahom.
1005,! COO UET TE CYCLING CLUB
Sandr a KloTZ
15077 Wi n H Op , Dctroit , Mi ch
~5805
.... E
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Pl' -
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.12/5, K,· II.I.'. Ult l, . L,n ..... 0'''0
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• ORI EANS W i;. $ I w HtLl
C SIllS
34 O pr .. , O" . t
F U.;11f1. Ohio 44119
NN~~!:. \,... 6604~
Ken tucky
L OUISV ILL e. wH F I-II\1 E :\;
Gdhefl Moo ,:.
1 7 3/ 8, 1' l1, '
204 Mi ll 51 .. Gah<>nna . OhiO 43230 K E ( A ll WHEEL E RS . I N C .
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128 L j uhl j olrw Or
LI\:1A
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RU'U.'I K.n!j"'>t ''; I\,
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Kelll' III HI. Ohio 45429
FRANKLIN BICYCLE CLUB , INC . H.\l1
M OU NT ORE AD Blcy el l \. 1 LIB
li P " ,' W ee
S UA Otlict: , K )""-.I , UnivcrSl1 y 0 1 K ,p l~,)' l .. . ,..
N o., Fargo . N . D . 58102
N O RTH OAKOTASTAIE UNIVERSITY CYCLING CLUB Ala r' Korsl.e n . Memori a l U nion, ND SU . Far90 , N . D . 58102 _\0'
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CN
A m w. hltllu r Collom! . 8ig S andy. Tc)(as 7 5755
'"1J1\'.ar1h
BIC Y C LE R AC ING AS S OCIATION Crcckl1ne, Au still , T ex as 78745 TufT! MU fl o\.", - 5 101
MACOMB BICYCLE C L UB
George Om~lenchuk
25530 Sc hoenher r Rd ., Warren . M lI;h
• CORPUS C H RI ST I BIC Y CLE C LUB T.m J I,e
4254 S. Alam e d a. Corpu s
48089
MICHIGAN BICYCLE CLUB
John Box
3581 H e nry St., Musk ega n . Mich . 4 9 441
Chri~ti,
Texas 78412 DA L LAS BICYCLE RACING ASSOC I ATION T om B oyden
2706 Glenbrook, Gl!lr l<J!ltI. Tt.· )(as 75041 • MICHIGAN BICYCLING FE:DERATION
Mike Walden
11288 Gratiot, D(:!tfOlt, Mi c h . 48213
• THE DE N TON CYC LISTS Den Roval - P. O . Bo)( ' !J0 4. Dent on. TeX3s 76201 MICHIGAN STATE UNiVER S ITY CYCLI NG CLUB
Pa ul R o h g· 201 M o n s- 1M, MSU. Eas t L ansi n g, Mi c h . 4 8R2 3
1 1. WORTH BICY CU N
A SS OC IATION tn lln y Hili
P.O. Oox 5 3 011, f-t . W o rt h . Tlt)fas 7610 1 OLD BOV S BIKE C L UB
Ji m Sm ith - 14650 i! r an klo n, D e tr o .t , Mic h. 48224
HOUSTON W HEELMt:. Bill Jankel
2707 Whi Tnuv ,
• RAPID WH E L MAN
M a r v i n L arson - 208 Blyth e li e l d Ave. N E., Ftoc.kt o r o , "", h
LUBBOCK COU N
Tom Hut chi n son
4931.1 1
SAN MARINO CYCLIN G CLUB
Ru dy R c:u monda ' 26085 Gr a tiot . R oseville . Mi c h . 48066
HOU'I((111
T
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WIH:.lL.... EI'\J 3211 B J4ttl 51 ., LtJt.Jbo k., T ex as Wisconsin
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SOU TH MACOMB WHEELMEN Sam Ruzzin - 22051 Ftr wO od E .. D e tr oit . Mi c h . 4802 1 NOS HA W H E EL~E N W otl e . 6 1 19 35th Ave .. t\.fI'n 01h u . W,S . 53140 Ni c hOI .,~
MILWAUK FE W H EEL M J:
II Virgi l Pearc e
" 09 W . Ol l ch AVR
SPARTAN CYCLING C LUB Orel Ou Fresne - 1143 Lak ev iew, DetrOit . Mich . 4821'5 TwO- T YR EO W HEELMEN John U eery
2 42 7 F ox A ...
UNi V ERSITY OF MICHIGAN CYCLE. CLUB Jim Turner - 257 Glazier Rd ., Chel su;l , Mich. 1.2811B ", hlw.""I lIk f'I'
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Wisc . 53209 53711 WARREN WHEELERS 8ill Ol san . 4702 L<l Chen e . Warr e n , Mich. 40092 WAVERLY WHEELER S Wayne Cook - 932 Thomas L. Parkway E ., La n sing. M ich. 48917 WOLVERINE SPORTS CLU8 David Heil brun· 25320 R onald Ct ., O ol k p.,rk , M.ch. 48237
MEMB ER CLUBS WEST Minnesota
Amona
GOPHER WHE El-MEN
Philip Taylor
2 1 5 Sou th east O ak, Mlnn~apol i s. M ln n
• p\tO[ ..... 'X WHEELMer-.
55414
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Mi1Si1Sippi
INDIAN O LA BI C Y CLE CLuB
Keith J o h ns o n · 4 00 Aie" iln Uf . InISIIII"tJl ..
• THF F REEW H E~ L ERS 81C
Cll.wde Lorille ur . 1 13 N
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J . G oo(1iell . R t 2 B o )( 19 . Flo r ance, M n\ 1!l0 7 3
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THE BEl"O T BIC YCLE CLUB
R rod,lpll H.wUe r
1 49 Karen Way , Atherton, Cal. 9 4025
BEIlo<;ELe
Stll\o.,.. IUC . \11ss 39 59 ll'if1EELM E N . IN C .
NIl.1 Cnar onn.Jt - P.O. Bo~ 817 , Berk e le y, Cal. 94701 Missouri
FLOR I SSAN T CY CLI NG C Lue
Rny Fl o rman · 1390 S. F lori llS II /"H Ad
W ",E.E LVE:f''­
HI;".
8", 3622. T tlc .. on, Ari z ona 85 722
o California
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Loth..,..". S t.
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Ra y m Ond R OIJ~ r '5
Flolluun C Mio GlOJ 1 G ATEWAV CYCLING CLUB
Le onord G l oc k , 8748 BIg Bond , Wobuer GrOYO, Mo 6311 0 HEART of AMERICA WHEELM
Henry Me yer' 325 W . 46th St ., Kansas C i ty , M o
P . O. Bo)( 526 . D.,ly City, Cal. 94015 DIABLO WH EE LMEN ~ yron f- e ld l')ake . P.O . Box 5095 . Concord. Col. 94524 EAG LE CYCLING CLUB BOb Beattie - 3034 NOrlh Avlt ., Napa, Cal. 94558 6A l1 1. FRIiSNO CYCLING CLU8, INC . John Fulton
Box 3302 . Fre sno , Cal. 93766 KANSAS CITY BIC YCLE CLUe
Harmen Dailey · p .O . Box 19163. Kans8s C,ty . M o. 641 41 G. S, AMADOA
Walt H anhy
4916 Conary Or .• Plea s<)nt on, Cal. 94566 S PRINGFIELD C Y CLING CLU B
Ed Morton - 19 26 E . S unshin e S t ., Springfield, M o. 5 5804 • HENR Y COCKY O ' BRIEN CluB
Joe Can ciam illa
269 La Harran Dr .. Santa Clara, Cal... 95051
ST . LOUIS BICYCLE RACING ASSOCIATION , IN C .
H oward Allholt· 3809 Castlemen Avo . • S t . Lo uis, Mo. 63 11 0
LOS GATOS BICYCLE CLuB
B o b Tetzlall
905 Ca stlewoo d 0, . t12 . Los Ga t os, Cal. 95030
ST , LOUIS C Y CLING CLUB
Ch&"er Nelsen · 4701 Naturel Bridge, S t . LOUI S. Mo . 63110
Nebraska
MARIN CYCLISTS, INC. Ed O'Ne il
P.O. Box 261 1, San Rafael, Cal. 94901 ---=-o;;;AHA PEDALERS BICYCLE CLUe
R o bart G rl!l n l . 2237 Pa c ific St .. Omaha . Neb.
MODESTO AOAOMEN Go r dan Jewett - 405 E . Orangeburg, M odesto . Cal. 95350 -31­
ME MBER CLU BS OF THE ABL OF A (Continued)
New Mexico
NEVAQA CITY WHEELMEN Ron Miller
PO . Box 14, Nevada Citv . Cal. 95959 ALBUQUERQUE VELO S PORT . INC. Or. SCOII Jordan - 2650 Bridg e Blvd . S.W .. Albuquerque , N.M . 87105 NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CYCLING ASSOCIATION
Ken Green - 810 Hawth orne O,ive, Walnut Creek, Cal. 94596
• LAS CRUC E S WHEELMEN
Chuck CanlTYl dck
2035 Anderso n Dr .. LI1S Curc es , N. Mex . 88001
PEDAL! ALPIN!. INC .
Jim Chaskin
P.O. Box 28, Los AlIOS, Cal. 94022 Nevada
RENO WHEELME.N RENO WHE EL MEN
Bob Br own - 1110 Pembroke, R eno, Nev. 89502
Boo Brown · Orenon
SACRAMENTO GOLDEN WHEELMEN
Ken Gf l?en
2760
21 SI SI. , SacramonlO. Cal.
A L P E N ROSE CYCLE CLUB
Cur~v
5 445 S . W . ChildS Rd ., L a k e Grove. Oregon 97034
SAN FRANCISCO WHE.ELMEN, INC .
PeH!' Boht
PO. Box 8691, San FranCIsco, Cal , 94128 0011
EU G NE CYCLING CLUB
t: r n lC Drapel",
105 Ci1v Hell! , Eugene. Orcl)on 97401
SAN JOSE BICYCLE CLUB Ken Haselden
1559 Mari c na Dr .. SiJn Jos~, Cal. 95118 S Al E; r..,1 81CYCI E CLUB K C lv r-.1 o ntI)O l llc ry
147 S . Comercial, Sa l em, Oregon 97301 SALINAS WHEE. LI:. AS (A lourin y Club)
Marv David - 1 6 51 . R C9is Ci rcle. SiJllnas. Cal. 9390 1 SAN LUIS OBISPO CYC L ONIES D ougl as Knox
SLO T18'Hil Authority,
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8 86 Palmer R d .• Ash l and. Oregon 842 Monterey 51., Utah
San Lui s Obispo. Cal. 93401
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A(,lb~ n Wrighl
127 Be rk. shirc Ave., Santa Cruz. CLlI. 950GO L A ...
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Eel Lynch - 1650 Gr ove SI.. Berk.e l e y ,
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Tom Walo.Hl li uc ll
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35'28 l::. 90!):, S ., Sanelv. Ulah 84070
WaShington
SHASTA WHEELMEN
f A Touring Club) ChrIS 8anvard
4290 Des c hul es, Pa l u CeorO , Cal. 96073 S T OCKTO N WHEELMEN
Davlc! U~ <lr k.ovich
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Ward Fu lc her
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5 Ao .. nO dotl' C1. . S a ~ r5fi e l d, Cal. 93306
BEVERLY I1 ILLS C YCI. JNt:i CLUB
J Kossack
101 No rt h R obenson Blvd., BeverlV
Hills, Cal. 90211
CAMINO C I Et.. O CYCL £ CLUB
David Weletl
POBox 3 7 83, Santo Barbara. Ca l. 93105
• CICLISTAS CAPISTRANO KI:~ I(h Malhews . 31401 C.,mino C~f'is tr ano, San Juan Capislrano. Cal. 92675 C L UB CIC LI STA AZTECAS Juan Nielo - 2500 Chelsea S1.. L OS Angeles. Cal. 90033 CLUB CICl1STA MEXICO Mario Chave s· 5174 I thaca Ave., L os Ange le s, Cal. 90032 • COAST VELO C L UB
Gordon McKav . 2 19 Evening Canyon R oad. Corona Del Mar. Cal.
• CONEJO CYCLISTS
8ruce Knuds on - 2534 Heywoo d St.. S imi. Cal. 93065 COASA MONDO Don Fel;x
125 Nonh Hopal . S.,nl.l Barbero, Cal. 93103 LONG BEACH SPORCKETS
Jim Howat
7209 Premium Ave .. Long Beac h , Car. 90808
MASSE VITESSE SANTA BARBARA
GI~nn Griffin - 3714 A San Rcmo Dr .. Santa Barbara. Cal. 93105
MONTROSE CYCLE CLU B
Bob H ans ing - 362B Mesa Lil., Ln., G l enda le , Cal. 91208
NORTH HOLL YWOOO WHEE LMAN
BOb Kemp - 5346 Laurel Canyon Blvd .• No. HolIvwoO d. Cal.
PARAMOUNT CYCLE CLUB Jerrv Mulroonev - 14924 p.,ram ou nt. South, Blvd ., Paramount , Cal. 90723 PASAOENA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Gregorv I beas - 391 So. R ose me ad, Pasadena, Ca I. 91107 RICK VAN LOOY SUPPORTE R S CLUB
Joe Moon'i - 3475 Walnut 51., Huntington Park , Ca l. 90255 RIVERSIDE BICYCLE CLUe Harold Donner - 5990 Courtland Dr. , R ive r side . Cal. 92506 SAN DIEGO BICYCLE CLUB Jorrv Rlmoldi
5779 Theu. Place. San Diego. ColI. 92120 • SAN DIEGO COUNCIL AMERICAN YOUTH HOSTELS
Aillene Elliott
3344 Quimby S I. , SaIl Diego. Cal . 92106
SOUT H BAY WHEELMEN
Ted Ernst
110 N . Sepu lv eda Blv (l . . Manhattan Bea ch. Cal.90266
SOUTHERN CALIFO RNIA CYCLING ASSOC IATION Jerrv Mulroonev
14924 Par amount, South, Blvd., Pa'amounl , Cal. 90723
VELO CLUB LA GRANGE
Ravmond Fouget - 2005 Westwood Blve.• LOS Angeles. Cal. 90025
• VE LO-ORANGE
Jovce Hood
10841 Palm Vista . Ga'den Grove. Cal. VENTURA COUNTY WHEELMEN Cla renCe Schultz
P . O . B ox 5772 Oxnard. Cal. 93030 VINCENrS CYCLE CLUB Vincent Cle rou
1723 18th St.. Bak.ersfield. Cal. 93301 Coforado
BICYCLE RACERS ASSOCIAT I O N OF COLORADO Allen Hu bba r d · P . O . B o )( 2247, B o ulder . Colo. 80302 BOULDER CLUB Terry Wahl
3250 O' Neal Cr, ,O'25B . Boulder, Co l o. 80301
COLORADO CY CLING ASSOCIATION
Kalman Halasi - 2305
13 1h SI. Apt. 10, Bouldcr. Colo , 80302
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