• Team Rambuski Law Announces Team Roster

    by  • September 28, 2013 • cx, norcal scene, Press Release, teams

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    TEAM RAMBUSKI LAW ANNOUNCES TEAM ROSTER AND PLANS FOR 2013-2014 SEASON

    September 28, 2013

    San Luis Obispo based Team Rambuski Law is back for its fifth season of cyclocross thanks to the generous support of Haven Properties, an international luxury real estate firm, Commerce Mortgage, and Artscyclery.com.

    The team has already completed four races in the first eight days of the season. The six rider team will focus on northern California cyclocross series, race at Cross Vegas, the UCI races at Gloucester, Massachusetts (“the New England national Championships”) and UCI races at Providence, Rhode Island.

    Keith Hillier returns for his second year to compete with the pro/elite men. New for 2013-2014 is 21 year old Carolina Villafañe Gomez from Argentina who will be racing with the pro/elite women. The team will also compete in Spooky Cross, CXLA and the Deschutes Brewery Cup UCI races so that Hillier and Villafañe Gomez will garner sufficient UCI points to get good starting positions at the Nationals in Boulder, Colorado. In addition to the races mentioned, you can anticipate TRL attending the central and northern California races: Murphy Mack’s Nor Cal Series, Bay Area Super Prestige, Surf City Cyclocross Series, and Central Coast Cyclocross (CCCX).

    Edwin Rambuski, Katrina Baumsteiger, Karl Ehlert, and reigning Master’s World Champion Karen Brems all return to the team for the upcoming season. Rambuski and Ehlert race in the Elite Master’s races while Baumsteiger and Brems will race with the Elite women. Brems will be on Stevens Super Prestige frames, thanks to Stevens Bikes. The season will conclude with a trip to Master’s Worlds and Masters Nationals.

    Thank you to all the sponsors making this season possible: Law Offices of Edwin J. Rambuski, Haven Properties, Commerce Mortgage, Artscyclery.com, Lazer Sport, Founders Bank, Verticalonline.com, SRAM, and Family Cycling Center.

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