Keeping a team like CB together and well-organized means we all need to pitch in a little in some regards. Kip and Thane have really gotten the ball rolling with our beautiful-yet-hard-to-keep-clean-kits. It's up to us to keep up the momentum by developing sponsorship opportunities, organizing practices, and the like.
I'm really proud to say I'm on the cambridge bicycle track team (which incidentally now gets you a discount at the other side) and I want to see you guys doing what you can for the team. Does anyone want to get together later this week to talk about ideas while enjoying a brew?
One resource we have is that USAC puts on some free classes each year to teach riders like us how to officiate all types of cycling races (track, road, mtb, and cross). This fall I'd like to get an officials license, so that whenever the team is ready to host a large-scale race (hopefully next season) we are prepared. USAC also hosts some classes for coaching certification, and mechanics. Let me know if you're interested, and I'll make sure you are involved.