2017 NSMBA Fiver - Presented by Giant Canada
Race Details:

Our Fiver Series is an upgraded version of our past successful Toonie Series. For $5 (and your 2017 NSMBA Membership) you will enjoy an evening of leisurely racing followed by food and beverages. This is a great community event open to any one, of any ability, and we strongly encourage families to participate

Fivers are hosted bi-weekly on Thursday evenings. Registration opens at 5:45pm at the designated registration point with a rolling start open from 5:45pm to 6:45pm. If the race is at Fromme the registration booth will be found near the second yellow gate and if on Seymour it will be found at Parkgate Park, unless it is stated otherwise in the posted race details.

Fiver Dates and Details:
Thursday Apr 27 – Fromme – Obsession Bikes
Thursday May 11 -Seymour – Endless Biking
Thursday May 25 – Seymour – Giant Canada
Thursday June 8 – Fromme – Rescheduled
Thursday June 22 – Fromme – Lynn Valley Bikes
Thursday July 6 – Seymour – MEC / Intense
Thursday July 20 – Seymour – Rocky Mountain Bikes
Thursday Aug 3rd – Fromme – Norco John Henry Bikes
Saturday Sept 16th - Fromme - Steed Cycles.

Specific course details will be released by the Tuesday morning previous to each weeks race. Reminder that you must have a current 2017 North Shore Mountain Bike Association Membership to race. Purchase your membership NOW!

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daveheeney (May 23, 2017 at 16:46)
How many stages?
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shirk-007 NSMBA (May 23, 2017 at 12:27)
There will not be racing past the bottom of Slash.
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DaPeach (May 23, 2017 at 12:23)
Is the Pangor/Empress bypass bit all the same stage? Or 2 separate?
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shirk-007 NSMBA (May 23, 2017 at 12:27)
There won't be racing past the bottom of Slash.
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