West Chester Cross Classic
West Chester Cross Classic: October 14 and November 18, 2018
Our Law Firm is super proud to be a title sponsor for the 7th annual West Chester Cross Classic races. The October 14 WCCX will be held at famous Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show and Fairgrounds located in Glenmoore, PA. This location has special history...utilized by Wissahickon Cross (including UCI races) for several years last held in 2009. The WCCX crew will incorporate many of the features of the Kelly Cline designed course with some 2018 modifications!
This site is very spectator friendly, with the entire course being visible from the promenade hill. It also has easy to access of the PA Turnpike and will exceed the high level of racer expectations that come with a WCCX event. Classic cyclocross course with two sets of barriers and variable terrain mostly grass, with some gravel. The 2.2 mile closed course is great for spectators. Course will be flowing and challenging, making use of natural run-ups, off cambers sections, and lots of cornering. While the venue is new for WCCX...the course will incorporate many of the challenging features from the past UCI venue. Come on out and experience or relive that special PA cyclocross history!
The November 18 WCCX race takes place in Malvern, PA (583 Sugartown Rd, Malvern, PA 19355, Malvern, PA 19355) More info below.
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Piscitello Law - Bike Law PA was proud to present the 2017 West Chester Cross Classics held on October 15 and November 19. Now in its sixth year, these races are part of the Pennsylvania Cross Series (PACX) and are located just outside of West Chester, PA on Route 202. The race consisted of a 2.2 mile closed course including two sets of barriers and variable terrain mostly grass, with some gravel. The course was designed by local cyclocross legend, cycling advocate and exceptional friend, “Angry” Bob Reuther. Course was flowing and challenging, making use of natural run-ups, off cambers sections and lots of cornering. The event attracted between 400-500 cyclists ranging in age from 8 to 60; cyclists originate from five states - PA, DE, NJ, MD and NY. This race also served as a fund raiser for the Rustin Wrestling team.