Wolfpack Hustle

The Forsyth Cup – Wolfpack Hustle Winners

Youngsters sometimes come to us asking for a young blood division. We always say, when it is your time, it is your time. Witness the latest Dog Tag holder, barely older than the prize itself. Chloe Patrick, at 12 years old becomes the youngest Wolfpack Hustle champion. Chloe dominated a field of seasoned track racers executing text book moves at perfect moments to slice through the match sprint eliminations and to the top step at the Forsyth Cup.

 

17 year-old Rafael Solorzano takes the Dog Tags after top showings in all 3 points rounds of the Wolfpack Hustle Forsyth Cup. Even as 2nd place Jordan Zhdonov scored highest in points, it was in the match sprint eliminations where Rafael sliced through to the top step. In addition to the Dog Tags, Rafael took home $275, the champion jersey and a set of Conquer Elite cranks! Chris Hildreth took home 3rd place after a spirited match sprint for the minor final.

 

Wolfpack Hustle – The Forsyth Cup – Sept 16

500m / 500m Mens Womens Qualifiers
Top 12 advance to Miss n out finale
Miss n’ out elminations for all others to advance to remaining 12 Finale slots.
Dog Tags and cash

 

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Wolfpack Hustle – The Forsyth Cup – Sept 16

500m / 500m Mens Womens Qualifiers
Top 12 advance to Miss n out finale
Miss n’ out elminations for all others to advance to remaining 12 Finale slots.

Dog Tags and cash

 

Learn More

Wolfpack Hustle – The Forsyth Cup – Sept 16

500m / 500m Mens Womens Qualifiers
Top 12 advance to Miss n out finale
Miss n’ out elminations for all others to advance to remaining 12 Finale slots.

Dog Tags and cash

The Forsyth Cup – Encino Velodrome – September 16

500m / 500m Mens Womens Qualifiers
Top 12 advance to Miss n out finale
Miss n’ out elminations for all others to advance to remaining 12 Finale slots.

Dog Tags and cash.

 

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2017 Marathon Crash Ride – March 19

Wolfpack Hustle’s annual marathon crash ride has become a tradition. But in past years the ride has basically been illegal. This year the ride will be, if not sanctioned, at least tolerated by the city. That’s a big step up from last year, when officials threatened to arrest the ride’s organizer, Don Ward, aka Roadblock.

This year, Ward says, “It should be a lot safer than it has been in the past.”

But, as Ward cautions all those rogue cyclists out there, the event is most certainly not a “race.” Just a “ride.”

For years, the L.A. Marathon’s route was a loop. Before the footrace began, an official bike ride was held with corporate sponsorship and everything. But in 2009, the marathon route was changed to a straight shot from Dodger Stadium to the sea, and the bike ride was dropped for fear that thousands of cyclists wouldn’t be able to get their bikes home.

The LADP and the City of Los Angeles have invited folks back to ride the Marathon Course this year once again. We are here to relay info on safety and updates from the city.

RIDE STARTS AT 5AM SHARP