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Presented By: Galbraith Gravity Racing

NOTE: Registration for certain categories is full, please visit www.galbraithgravity.com to register for the waitlist.

Welcome to the 2022 Season of Galbraith Gravity Racing

Registering through BikeReg will allow us to electronically complete waivers for all our participants, connects to USA Cycling and more.  GGR hosts local races and clinics, creating a BIKEREG account when signing for membership will make it easier for signing up to race/clinic etc.  NW Cup also uses BIKEREG, so create an account if you don't already have one - it will save time in the future. 

Important Notes:


Sign up for a FREE youth race license at USA Cycling prior to registering, the system will ask for your USAC license number
When signing up for your USA Cycling license - add Galbraith Gravity Racing as your team affiliation.  Any issues with USA Cycling are easily fixed by emailing: [email protected]
Details for GGR 2022 are in the team packet which is posted in SLACK and will be E-Mailed to new members. 
You can choose the membership that is correct for riders, and choose a pay in full or payment option, the price is the same.  


***Please note - The event title is 'Membership Drive'.  The timeframe for membership is not the term of membership.  Team insurance and membership set to cover the entire year, through Dec 31st, 2022.  The training and riding season for the team is planned to be Feb-October, but many factors are considered and the riding schedule is not final.

When you join - you will gain electronic access to the team calendar and team SLACK platform - access emails are not automatic, we have to put them in manually, feel free to remind us.  Membership also includes team jersey for the racers, parents need to purchase a jersey if they want one.  Parents are encouraged to race in a team jersey!  We have a specific support group for parents for 'kids that are faster than they are' Wink .  Once into SLACK and the Calendar, you will see season training seminars that start early February.  These seminars are the fundamentals racers will practice over and over...  The season is divided into three main parts - Training in the Spring.  Racing in the Summer.  Taper and fun in the Fall.  If oyu have questions - please let us know.

Refunds - we have fixed and variable costs. If you change your mind, and need a refund, funds may not be available. Once clinics are complete, and jerseys have been ordered no refunds for these items will be issued, and any remaining funds are pro-rated.  We are a new team and are still developing our polices, so please be patient with us.

Appreciate your being part of the team!

V/R

Dave, Matt, Sarah and Lloyd (your board memebrs) and the rest of the GGR Family

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