The guys from Taco Time NW Cycling Team came out strong this weekend, putting up some good results in three races:
- Tim N: 5th
- Chris M 7th
- Mark C: 2nd
- Jim W: 8th
Mason Lake Road Race #1
- Paul D: 3rd
- Chris S: 10th
- Dennis T-W: 10th
Echo Red2Red Mountain Bike Race
Don’t drive with your frame number attached to your bike, it most certainly will break off. Attach it with wingnuts for fast and tool-free on/off
RENTON, Wash. (December 4, 2015) – Taco Time Northwest is excited to announce its title sponsorship of the Seattle Super Squadra Cycling club. The club, formerly known as Cucina Fresca, will officially be racing as the Taco Time NW Cycling Team for the 2016 season. Seattle Super Squadra Cycling Club is one of the Seattle area’s most recognized amateur cycling teams with more than 50 members specializing in all cycling disciplines including road, cyclocross, mountain and track.
“We are really excited to be the title sponsor for the Seattle Super Squadra Cycling Club,” states Chris Tonkin, vice president of Taco Time NW. “This is another opportunity for Taco Time to support the local community that supports us. We feel that bike racing and everything this team represents is in alignment with our company values. Cycling embodies a healthy active lifestyle and that is right in line with our initiatives to support our community with access to healthier food and education about living a healthier life.”
As part of the sponsorship package, Taco Time NW will be the name sponsor of the Volunteer Park Criterium, one of Seattle’s longest running bike races. Additionally, Taco Time NW looks forward to welcoming riders at their restaurants for post-ride meals or as a meet-up location for team rides as well as collaborating with the team on additional events to benefit the cycling community.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with Taco Time NW,” said cycling team President Mike McGuffin. “Taco Time NW’s dedication to nutritious food from local ingredients fits with our team’s focus on healthy training and spirited competition here in the Pacific Northwest. The team is excited to represent Taco Time NW both on the road and on the race course. Together, we will be Northwest FAST, every single day.”