Posted: Friday, June 18, 2021. 6:10 pm CST.
By Rubén Morales Iglesias: Kaya Cattouse closes her fundraising drive to help her race in the Intelligentsia Cup in Chicago with a second BBQ next week Saturday, June 26, in Belize City.
“Here again humbly asking your support for the final fundraiser towards racing in the USA this summer,” said Kaya. “By purchasing just 1 plate, you are making a solid contribution to a worthy cause.”
The National Road Race champion started her fundraising drive with a BBQ on May 29 and has been doing well with her efforts to raise enough funds to help her compete in the grueling nine-day Intelligentsia Cup which is run in and around Chicago from July 16-25.
“So far my team and I have been able to garner support from various entities,” Kaya said. “We believe with this second BBQ we will almost be on target.”
Kaya competed in the Intelligentsia Cup in 2018 and 2019
“In 2018 I went for the first time and had a hell of a hard time adjusting to crit racing. I had zero podium finishes in the 10 days…matter of fact I managed only one top 10 finish,” Kaya said of her first experience in US criterium racing.
“I came home and worked on my crit skills. Returned to the series 2019 and placed 5th overall. Had 3 podium finishes. One 3rd, one 2nd, and 1st on the final day,” she added.
So, if you’d like to help Kaya out, give her a call at 672-0363 and order your BBQ for Saturday, June 26.
The Intelligentsia Cup has cyclists from all over the United States participating in eleven different categories throughout ten days with one day break in and around Chicago, Illinois.
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