Put on Your Sprinting Legs - Pies, Pens, and Pour Overs Up for Grabs at the 2019 Greenfield Crit

The Greenfield Criterium is thrilled to announce this year’s race sponsors, without whom this amazing little event would not be possible. Time to put on your sprinting legs! We’ve got excellent primes and podium prizes are on deck this year. You won’t want to miss it! 

Schon DSGN

Schon DSGN pens are constructed to provide their owners with an heirloom quality product that will last a lifetime. Manufactured with care in a new workshop in Philadelphia, PA, these solid metal pens come in a variety of materials and finishes, each with a distinct feel and appearance. A handful of lucky Greenfield Crit racers will head home with a custom edition pen this year, handmade by longtime teammate and friend of B2C2, Ian Schon. Learn more about Schon DSGN and check out the selection of pens, including a multicolored limited edition, at https://www.schondsgn.com.

Share Coffee

Share Coffee delivers the best coffee, direct to your door. The coffee is roasted to order in Hadley, MA, and shipped out the same day so it arrives in perfect condition. With an unmatched commitment to cup quality, environmental stewardship, and traceability, Share coffee is as tasty as it is responsible. Step up your coffee game: head on over to https://www.sharecoffeeroasters.com.

Jake’s Ice Cream

Jake’s Old Fashioned Ice Cream and Bakery is a wholesale supplier of premium ice cream and sorbet, which they make in-house in Nashua, NH. Jake’s also offers made-to-order cakes, pies, pastries, and cookies. Jake’s will be on-site on race day serving up cold, perfect ice cream out of their ice cream truck. If you’re lucky enough to take the win on race day you’ll be able to taste the literal fruits of your labor with a fresh-baked pie. Learn about Jake’s products and find a local restaurant or shop where you can get them at http://jakesoldfashionedicecream.com.


Born and raised in Vermont, Untapped turns maple syrup into convenient and delicious, all-natural nutrition for training and racing. Products range from gel packets filled with pure syrup to waffles and drink mix, all of which will be up for grabs in primes throughout the day at the Greenfield Crit. Taste all the options at https://untapped.cc.

JRA Cycles

JRA Cycles is a full-service bicycle shop in Medford, MA and the long-beloved home shop for B2C2. Unmatched service and mechanical skills make JRA the obvious choice for Boston-area cyclists. From choosing a new steed to servicing your neglected shocks, or getting you outfitted with cycling apparel and other gear, JRA has you covered. JRA regularly hosts events like informative talks and demo days, and is committed to being an active member of the New England cycling community. Support your local bike shop, visit https://www.jracycles.com.

Cat3 Memes

Bike racing is serious business. Cat3 Memes creates stiff, lightweight, full-carbon memes for the amateur road cycling community. All original content by a certified semi-pro cat 3 racer. Products, including socks, stickers, and more up for the taking at this year’s race, or for sale at https://cat3memes.bigcartel.com.


Finally, the sponsor that needs no introduction: As far as we’re concered, BikeReg is the only online event registration service for cycling events. Built by racers and race promoters, the elegant Bike Reg platform provides a seamless registration process for event directors and participants alike. For race directors, there is nothing more calming than knowing your registration process is handled by the pros. See the magic in action: https://www.bikereg.com/greenfield

Lydia Hausle