Cow Trail Classic 2017- Merritt Mountain Bike Association
Race Details:

Returning on June 10th, 2017 to the gorgeous Nicola Valley This year we have a race for everyone!

Registration and more info:

*39 km Long Course - The Long Course has been extended to 39km of fast and flowing single track by incorporating a new trail, FloJo.
*16km Short Course - this course remains the same fan favourite show casing our best terrain.
*10.5km Intro to Race - new for this year, we’ve added our new trail FloJo forming the shortest race loop that will appeal to all riding levels.
**All U18 Registration is $25 Early bird

Kids Event: We've partnered with Ozmosis Training PMBI Certified Coaches to offer a bike skill building Youth Camp during the race.

We’d like to encourage all levels of riders from beginner to elite to race with us again this year. Elite racers, this will be the fastest and most fun 39km’s that you’ll race all summer. Beginner Racers, this will be the perfect entry to the world and adventure of mountain bike racing. Why not sign up the whole family?

Fees include: insurance, timing by Raceday Timing Services, pulled pork lunch by Cheffry 911, feed stations, EMT support, prize money and giveaways.
All net proceeds go to the Merritt Mountain Bike Association to support local trail building and maintenance activities as well as trail advocacy work. The Merritt Mountain Bike Association is a registered not for profit organization.

Riding Skills Clinics
Ozmosis Training will be in Merritt all weekend long offering the opportunity to improve your riding skills! Other Skills Clinics offered include: Pre-Race Tune Up on Friday June 9th and a Ladies Only clinic Sunday June 11th. Awesome coaches, demo bikes and swag plus the opportunity to jump start your riding season!!



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puddleracer (Jun 2, 2017 at 15:54)
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