2024 Roger Millikan Memorial Grand Prix
Junior Bike Racers Race for Free
The Roger Millikan Memorial Grand Prix race has been taking place for over 30 years and is a favorite early-season criterium in Southern California for bike racers to test their fitness.
Formerly known as the Valentine’s Day Massacre, the race name changed in memory of former rider and race promoter Roger Millikan who sadly passed away from cancer several years ago. Roger, his wife Lynn and son Chad, also ran the Eldorado Crit Training Ride in the 90′s where many great memories were made!
Junior Riders Race for Free
This year, Lynn Millikan has generously paid for all Junior racers to race for FREE. If you are a junior bike racer this is a great opportunity to come out and do the race for free and honor Roger!
Who Will Win in 2024?
The Roger Millikan Memorial Grand Prix features the Brea “Challenger” Course (Counter Clock-wise) which is a seven tenths of a mile criterium course, which features a gradual grade to climb each lap.
In 2023, Justin Williams (L39ION OF LOS ANGELES) won the Pro, 1 race from a small break and Yarely Salazar (L39ION OF LOS ANGELES) took the win in the Women’s 1-3 race.
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2023 Roger Millikan Memorial Grand Prix Photo Gallery
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