Vail Day-to-day letter: Great help in Eagle

The outpouring of support displayed by the city of Eagle for the 2015 Colorado League race sequence was phenomenal, the moment all over again! We hosted two races, which include the point out championship, and the annual Coaches Summit in Eagle. The town of Eagle carries on to be a “gold standard” host local community. This calendar year they offered a heat welcome to 866 scholar-athletes symbolizing 54 teams from Casper, Wyoming, to Taos, New Mexico.

A substantial heartfelt “thank you” is sent to all the folks and corporations that went above and beyond to make the Colorado League feel appreciated and valued as attendees. The extraordinary work to put together for the point out championship weekend was duly noted by our associates from signage, welcome, banners, parking attendants, trail servicing and energetic engagement by area enterprises. Amy Cassidy, town of Eagle promoting and situations coordinator, organized this exceptional degree of hospitality.

The supplemental Excess Credit area of path designed was perfectly obtained by the racers and the study course was in tip-major form many thanks to the endeavours of Open up Area Coordinator John Staight, Mayor Yuri Kostick, Momentum Trail Concepts, Hardscrabble Path Coalition, Chris Prepare dinner, and the community Battle Mountain and Vail Ski and Snowboard Academy teams. The conclusion-of-period celebration hosted by Roadhouse Hospitality’s Dusty Boot was sensational. Their workers, led by PJ Berg, rolled out the crimson carpet for our hungry crew. We greatly respect the many volunteer several hours devoted by local inhabitants in the course of the period. The electrical power in the course of race weekends was electric powered and the responses on this race venue class remains beneficial!

The incredible partnerships that have transpired from this local community about the previous three a long time proceed to produce an remarkable race knowledge for the inspiring university student-athletes and coaches. We are indebted to the vision and tricky work of the Eagle Board of Trustees, Mayor Yuri Kostick, Open Space Coordinator John Staight, Chris Cook dinner, Scot Turnipseed and Promoting and Situations Coordinator Amy Cassidy that originally brought a Colorado League function to the place. This unbelievable foresight mixed with the Haymeadow landowners’ willingness to grant an easement to the residence proceeds to make the town of Eagle the greatest selection for our condition championship weekend. The area media fascination in the plan is a major raise to our mission to making champions on and off the bicycle.

This level of energy and collaboration remains unparalleled in the background of the Colorado League collection and clearly demonstrates the willingness of people in Eagle to embrace mountain biking and household-friendly recreational prospects. The ever-increasing trail program carries on to carry well-deserved notoriety to Eagle. Congratulations for setting a higher regular on how a local community will work collectively to provide our occasions to an spot.

Bravo, Eagle, for stepping up!

Warmest regards and pleased trails,

Kate Rau

Director, Colorado Higher College Cycling League