Race Details:

When:Sunday June 11th, 2017 at 9:00am – Please check-in by 8:30am.

Event:Ride your bike with your friends on a team or take it on solo – grab a friend or 3 friends and come out and ride on some awesome mtn bike trails in the park in a 6 hour relay. Or ride solo and see how many laps you can complete in 6 hours. Either way it’s a fun and exciting atmosphere so grab your bike and sign up

After Bike – Join us after the ride at Red Collar Brewery (minors ARE allowed) where you can trade your beer tickets for beer which is included in your registration and there will be food specials – Eats Amore Food truck will be on site.) So drink beer, eat food and win prizes! Open to friends and family too!

Prizes and Awards – This will take place at the After Bike at Red Collar and will include lots of draw prizes from the local bike shops, The North Face, Beer from Red Collar and more!

Trails: The trails are well marked with flags and arrows and at the finish there’s great food waiting for you like organic bananas, oranges, Banana Bread, coffee, sweet and salty snacks, water and eload.

Where: Kenna Cartwright Park, Kamloops B.C. – The course will be similar to 2016!! You can check out the course from the previous years. Here’s a link to the map.

Who: This race is for people of all abilities that like to mountain bike and enjoy a great atmosphere. You can enter as solo or teams of 2 or 4 – categories are Men’s, Women’s or Mixed. Solo category is under 29, 30-49 and 50+ for both women and men.

Price: The race cost is $55.00 per person includes GST, Beer and a special gift for you too be determined what this will be for 2017 – In store registration coming soon.

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