(PRWEB) April 24, 2012
Scott Tucker might expect record crowds at this weekend's big mountain bike race according to inspirationalsportsstories.com. The sports website picked up on Brad LaBrie's article in the Peninsula Daily News which featured an interview with Tucker. He is one of the co-organizers of the Northwest Cup National Mountain Bike Championships.
InspirationalSportsStories.com went on to add that he told The Peninsula Daily News that they are expecting record crowds for this weekend's downhill races. The 2012 Northwest Cup mountain bike race is set to be ran on the Dry Hill track on the outskirts of Port Angeles, WA. this weekend and is the second and biggest race meeting of the three scheduled for Dry Hill this spring.
According to the inspirational sports stories blog, there is a big influx of professional riders competing in the race. Race organizers are expecting somewhere in the region of 400 competitors. The race is the biggest non-World Cup race in the country and attracts professional riders who benefit from the timing of the race.
The inspirationalsportsstories.com artcile states that according to Labrie's feature, Scott Tucker suggested that the professional riders use the event to practice for the upcoming World Cup season. He was quoted as saying "Our timing helps draw the World Cup riders. They come here because we race before the World Cup Season begins."
With over 300 amateurs and 100 professional riders competing and great weather in store the 2012 Northwest Cup National Mountain Bike Championships looks set to be great fun for both the riders and the spectators.
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