Classic Fiver #2 - May 30, 2024
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Present by Giant Canada & Red Truck Beer & Freybe Gourmet Foods

Join us for a post ride après with Giant Canada around 7pm.

#100 2255 Dollarton Hwy
North Vancouver, BC
V7H 3B1

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Fiver sign-in starts at 5:30pm and runs until 6:30pm, at Parkgate Park

Fiver route ends at Hyannis Drive, timing chips can be returned here.

- Please bring $5 cash to enter the event ($6 for card transactions).
- Please note that all riders MUST have an active NSMBA Membership to participate
- Waivers must be filled out at the beginning of the season (or at your first Fiver) and will be valid for all Fivers throughout the season

For the first time, we will introduce a category for Class 1(pedal assist) E-bikes (capped at 20 per round). E-bike riders need to be there for registration at 5:30pm and will depart first.

Please note that there will be a cap of 200 riders for Classic Fivers. As always 30 spots are reserved for members of the women's, trans, non-binary and BIPOC communities.

When you attend a Trail Day, you are eligible for a Fiver Fast Pass, meaning that you get priority in the registration line. There are no limits to how many fast passes you get, you just have to keep coming out to dig. Riders are still required to pay $5 for entry, you will just get to access the priority registration line. Please ask your Trail Day lead for more information if you are interested

Timing chips will be given out at registration and are to be returned at the finish line!

Reminder to bring warm clothes for registration and a spare layer for your ride.

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    6.8 miles
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