LapQuest at Stub
Race Details:

LapQuest is a fun 4-hour non-race race event (i.e. a challenging group ride & social event).

This event is perfect for Intermediate and Advanced riders.

WHAT to Expect – Lots of fun and a personal challenge.

LapQuest is a ‘grassroots’ fun event. No prizes, no maps, and no awards.

Everyone starts at the same time with the goal of completing as many laps as possible in 4 hours.
Ride at your own pace and ride as many (or few) laps as you want.
Everyone finishes at the same time so we can celebrate a great day of riding with a BBQ and cold beverages.
Come prepared and be self-supported.
Times and laps will be self-recorded via connected lap-tokens.
You can earn ‘bragging rights’ if you rack up more laps and better times than your buddies.

BONUS, no matter how many laps you complete, everyone will finish at the same time and enjoy a BBQ social.

WHY – This event is a special REWARD for all the hardworking NWTA members and volunteers who have built and maintain this trail system.

WHEN – May 19th, 2018

at 8:30
Start at 9 AM
Finish at 1 PM
BBQ social at Buxton Trail Head shelter 1-3 PM

MAP – There will be no maps. Thus you should pre-ride the route, join us for a group ride, or join us for a trail project.

GOAL – To rack up as many laps as you can within 4 hours. Each lap takes about 1 hour unless you are crazy fast.

ADMISSION: FREE for Northwest Trail Alliance members. If you are not a member, JOIN NOW

*** Please SIGN UP via this link *** so we can properly plan for food and beverage:

LOGISTICS – Basecamp (start/finish and BBQ social) will be at the Buxton Trail Head. Don’t know where it is, “Google it.”

Event Supporters:
  • GU Energy


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