Two Point Fiver: A Youth Event
Race Details:

UPDATE: Thank you for all the riders who attended You can find all the results here: http://archive.nsmba.ca/results/850

We are proud to present our first ever youth ride event! From run bikes to junior rippers this is an afternoon of fun you don't want to miss.

The afternoon is designed to be inclusive and fun for mountain bikers of all ages with a variety of routes to choose from! We will also have some great swag to give away to all participants, as well as some tasty treats!

Cost: $2

RIDE STAGES AND AGES https://www.trailforks.com/route/two-point-fiver-a-youth-event/

Run Bike (2-5 years) | Start: half way Roadside Attraction/ End: bottom Roadside Attraction | Start Time: 1:30pm

Mini Ripper (3-5 years) | Start: top Roadside Attraction / End: bottom Roadside Attraction | Start Time: 2pm

Rippers (5-8 years) | Start: top Roadside Attraction (1.5 laps so climb up road to run bike entrance) | Start Time: 3pm

Shore Shredders Short Course (8-13+ years) | Stage 1: Bobsled-Spur Stage 2:Roadside Attraction | Start Time: 3pm

Shore Shredders Long Course (8-13+ years) | Stage 1: Upper Griffen Stage 2: Bobsled-Spur Stage 3: Roadside Attraction | Start Time: 3pm


Keen to volunteer? please email jaclyn@nsmba.ca

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Comments

  • + 1
octet (May 10, 2018 at 11:43)
Can you register on the day of the race? I'm an individual NSMBA member, do my kids need to be to enter the kids race?
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  • + 1
AussieDreamZ (May 10, 2018 at 14:23)
You register on the day of the race. That's totally fine, we want this to be as barrier free and inclusive as possible.
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    2.3 miles
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    409 ft
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