• Date
    Saturday September 30, 2017 all day
    past event
  • Type
    XC Race
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    Squamish, British Columbia Canada
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    Open Free
SORCA 25 Trails
Race Details:

25 years = 25 Trails. One of our favourite events of the year is back on Saturday, September 30th to celebrate our 25th anniversary.
NOT a race, and a lot more like a massive social ride (or anti-social), 25 Trails is an awesome day on the bike. The premise is simple: ride as many trails as you can (or want) from the list below, and collect trail tokens from each trail. Each token you collect gives you a chance to win some awesome prizing from local businesses, ride all 25 and you'll be entered into the grand prize draw, TBA. However, you've got to be at the after party to collect. After Party Location TBA
For our 25th anniversary, we're also incorporating another element, and we need your help We need signs! If you've done the event before, you'll know what we're talking about, if not check out these examples from last years 24 Trails> http://www.sorca.ca/24-trails-on-the-24th/
Send us a message on FB (or via e-mail to events@sorca.ca), and we'll send you a trail, then start creating! A discerning panel of judges will select the best 5 signs and the winners will be awarded with some seriously awesome prizes from our SORCA sponsors. Signs will be judged on: originality, creativity, and design. Send us a message!
25 Trails:
- Registration cost TBA ($15-20)
- Sign on at bottom of Legacy / Pseudo Tsuga from 9am-11am
- must be a SORCA member to participate

Comments

  • + 1
robfxp (Sep 21, 2017 at 10:47)
where's the list of trails ?
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