Tuesday, June 10, 2008

USA Cycling Support Ticket #130948 Closed: License Category Change Request

Dear Eric Schillinger,

The following request to change your USCF category has been approved and processed by USA Cycling:
2008-06-01 14:03
Member: Eric Schillinger
License: Road Racer
Request to change category from Cat 4 to Cat 3

Request was approved on 2008-06-09 20:16 by Alan Atwood

You should get this sticker within the next week. Until then you can print out a copy of your account page to prove your upgrade.

Thank you for supporting USA Cycling.

--USA Cycling Support


Danny Goodwin said...

Congratulations, Mr. Cat. 3! Now--who amongst us will take the next two podium spots with our upgrades? I don't count Pete, since he moved up last year.


Andrew J. Bernstein said...

Congrats Eric! I hope to see you out there mixing it up soon!

suitcaseofcourage said...

Congrats and props to you. Hope to have an email like that myself someday . . .

James said...

Holy crap. How much did that cost? Nice job dude, you did actually earn it. What is the reward for all that suffering? More suffering at the back of the pack. Stop eating chili dogs and get yourself a larger Cat3 pain bucket!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations Eric!
You've earned that.
Hope cat3 is a great experience for you.

-Nate B

Nathaniel Ward said...

I am really proud of you, which I can say, being the sentimental sort. And I request your presence in a 1/2/3 crit so we can get a chance to race together. :-) Good on ya.

Anonymous said...

id say good job but i recall someone telling me on the car ride to the turtle pond road race that there really isnt that much of a difference between a CAT 3 and CAT 4...just that CAT 3s are a little more fit. hmmmmm i wonder who that was. no joke, kickass man. you earned it!!!


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