3rd Coast Productions Presents Bell Joy Ride Heartbreaker Enduro
Race Details:

Missy and Shellie are excited to announce - Tennessee’s first ever women's only enduro mountain bike race is here for its first event Bell Joy Ride - Knoxville, TN and 3rd Coast Productions are encouraging all women that mountain bike to come out for this no pressure and fun introduction to the enduro format.

3rd Coast Productions Presents Bell Joy Ride Heartbreaker Enduro!!!

There will be 5 FUN stages that will test each riders skills and endurance. Expect fun, fast and flowing downhill terrain. Whether you like to ride, race or just enjoy getting outside with your friends, the Bell Joy Ride with 3rd Coast Productions brings together the women’s cycling community in a unique and supportive environment. The race headquarters for Saturday’s pre-registration party will be at SoKno Taco Cantina featuring Yee-Haw Brewing Company beers. The after party and awards will also be held at SoKno Taco with Yee-Haw Brewing Company immediately following the Enduro on Sunday. Come for the race, stay for the after party!

The highlight of the weekend is a women's enduro race on Sunday catered to all levels, including the first-timers (Beginner) category, all the way up to the seasoned racers (Expert). If you want to learn more skills and gain confidence on the bike, join the Bell Joy Ride course pre-ride on Saturday, June 10 (day before race). Grab your friends, your family, and your biggest supporters for a weekend of FUN for all! Open to the public for spectating if not racing!!

Bell Joy Ride Knoxville Face Book: Bell Joy Ride - Knoxville, TN
Instagram: @belljoyrideknoxvilletn
email: [email protected]
Contact # 540-250-2182

Third Coast Productions Face Book: Third Coast Productions
Instagram: @3rdCoast_Productions email: [email protected]
Contact # 678-314-9284

Schedule of Events and Prices:
Saturday June 10
All Day – Course will be marked and open for practice Evening hours – Pre-Race Party Sponsored by Yee-Haw Brewing Company and SoKno Taco Cantina

Sunday June 11
7:30 – 8:30am – Rider check in & registration
8:45am – Riders Meeting
9:00am – Riders leave for Stage 1
2:00pm – All Racers to be completed with all stages
2:30pm – Awards
3:15pm – Drag Race
***Awards go 3 deep.

(Times and some details subject to change)

Categories (registration fee $75 for all racers– includes t-shirt): And, you don't have to hold a license (or not hold a license) to be in contention or compete in any category.
There will be a $10 fee for late registration. Late registration starts June 5th through race day.

There are more developments happening so stay tuned for more information.
Onsite registration will be available if there are spaces available. Race is capped at 150 riders.

Beginner: Must be between the ages of 19 and 99 years old on 12/31/2017
Sport: Must be between the ages of 19 and 99 years old on 12/31/2017
Expert: Must be between the ages of 19 and 99 years old on 12/31/2017
Masters: 40+
Masters: 50+

All riders in all categories are eligible to win some sweet prizes, thanks to Visit Knoxville, Bell Bike Helmets, Harpers Bike Shop, CamelBak, Industry Nine, Infinit Nutrition, Kali, MillerCoors, Twisted Spokes Bicycles, Thompson, and many more! A $100 prime has already been donated by Jeremy Walker (KnoxBeerGuy) to go to the fastest downhill time of the day!!

*Drag Race (Men) (registration required- Donation Accepted :-) )
We'll cap off a full day with the Men's Joy Ride DRAG Race with guys dressed in skirts, halter tops, and heels! The race will start promptly after the Heartbreaker at Baker Women’s Enduro race and feature a dirt crit format. Men will race for 20 minutes on a short course near the start/finish. Spectators will get to cheer on their favorite riders on a super fast, fun lap. Registration is required.

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