Oman Anti-Gravity Series Round 1 - Ghala Farmers Climb
Race Details:

The ANTI-GRAVITY SERIES is a fun mountain bike race series to get those legs moving whilst we wait for the cooler weather

Anyone with a bicycle can take part. The routes will be short uphill trails with technical challenges to overcome.

The races will take place around the Muscat area, mid-week after work hours. The emphasis is on having fun, challenging yourself, and cheering on the other riders.

The Ghala Farmers Climb warms us up gently - mid technical challenge, low steepness. It should be easy... right?


We are aiming to meet the Trash Free Trails gold standard for environmental impact for each race:

- Free water refills available. Please do not bring single use water bottles.
- Number plates will be used for the whole series and held to the bars using natural twine.
- Locally grown refreshments.
- No course marking tape used.
- Discounts for sustainable travel.
- Littering = disqualification.
- Recycling facilities available.
- Eco-friendly prizes.
- Equal prizes for all categories.
- No chemical bike wash allowed.

With your help we can minimise our impact and leave a positive trace.

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