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Club Awards
Barbara Hutchinson Award for Outstanding Event Awarded by: Lubbock Bicycle Club
This award recognizes extra effort specifically related to cycling. Examples include; achieving an above average mileage goal, completing one or more outstanding endurance goals, or demanding tenacity after a crash or some other setback.
Best All-Round Racer (Off-Road) Awarded by: Chaparral Cycling Club
The Chaparrals’ Off-Road BAR (Best All-round Racer) award is a traveling plaque that features the names of the annual winners of the Off-Road BAR. So, what does it take to become the club’s Best All-round Racer? For one thing, you need to race! However, the point rules were developed in such a way that you don’t necessarily have to be a seasoned racer to win the BAR. The Off-Road BAR allows an individual racer to accumulate points while competing against racers on his or her own level. Racing in local races (and even volunteering) is just as important as traveling to out-of-town events, and simply finishing races gains points (albeit fewer) just as does winning.
Best All-Round Racer (Road) Awarded by: Chaparral Cycling Club
The Chaparrals’ Road BAR (Best All-round Racer) award is a traveling plaque that features the names of the annual winners of the Road BAR. So, what does it take to become the club’s Best All-round Racer? For one thing, you need to race! However, the point rules were developed in such a way that you don’t necessarily have to be a seasoned racer to win the BAR. The Road BAR allows an individual racer to accumulate points while competing against racers on his or her own level. Racing in local races (and even volunteering) is just as important as traveling to out-of-town events, and simply finishing races gains points (albeit fewer) just as does winning.
Bonnie Cain Award for Most Improved Rider Awarded by: Lubbock Bicycle Club
Given to the club rider who has greatly improved their riding skills, mileage, endurance, and/or fitness. Normally given to a relative newcomer to cycling.
Distinguished Service Award Awarded by: Lubbock Bicycle Club
This award is presented to the person who’s not necessarily the most visible, but one who seems to always be there when you need them. They usually work behind the scenes by substituting for absent ride leaders, driving sag, running rest stops, promoting cycling, etc.
Jasper Hubbert Award for Best Personal Achievement Awarded by: Lubbock Bicycle Club
This award recognizes extra effort specifically related to cycling. Examples include; achieving an above average mileage goal, completing one or more outstanding endurance goals, or demanding tenacity after a crash or some other setback.
Paul Nichols Most Valuable Cyclists Awarded by: Lubbock Bicycle Club
This award is given to the person who seems to do it all. They are highly visible, not only in the club, but also in the communi-ty. They are a capable leader who gives direction to the club and are well informed on things that affect the club and cycling in general.
Year:
Award:
YEARAWARDRECIPIENT
2013Barbara Hutchinson Award for Outstanding EventSusan Alger
2013Best All-Round Racer (Off-Road)Bobby Stewart
2013Best All-Round Racer (Road)Susan Alger
2013Jasper Hubbert Award for Best Personal AchievementRobby Thrasher
2013Paul Nichols Most Valuable CyclistsBobby Stewart
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