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Summit Freewheelers
A Developmental Bicycle Racing Club
(Founded 1987)
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RATL2016: The 30th Annual Races at the Lake Series

April 23, April 30, May 7, May 14, 2016

ONLY on-line preregistrations will be accepted. There will be no day-of-event registrations.

Online registration instructions:

Please log into your USA Cycling account at USA Cycling and click on “My Account.” Then click on the “Register for Event” button. If you need a one-day license, you must purchase it at the same time you are registering.


  • The first race of the four week series will be Saturday, April 23, 2016.

  • Download the Official Race FlyerPDF.

  • Download the RATL Release FormPDF.

  • If you have any questions email us or visit the RATL page for information.
  • Race results will be uploaded to USA Cycling.

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Public Club Rides

Public rides will resume in the spring of 2016.

Club members will receive emails announcing any special pick-up rides.

These are the Rules we follow on training rides

Here is a link to our Really Reasonable Ride Rules.

Let us teach you how to become a Bicycle Racer

The purpose of the Summit Freewheelers is to develop and prepare area cyclists to participate in road racing events. The key benefit in joining with us is that we take an active interest in your development and provide free classes on conditioning, riding skills, and racing tactics. We also have weekly team rides during the season that will help foster your growth.

We have renewed our effort for 2015 by holding monthly training sessions with indoor study and outdoor practice (when possible). We have been building a solid Category-4 and Category-5 racing team for the 2015 racing season.

If you are interested in taking your cycling to the next level and trying your hand at bicycle racing, we are here to help. To participate, become a member of the Summit Freewheelers Bicycle Racing club.

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