2018 Fiver #3 - Presented by Rocky Mountain Bicycles, Two Rivers Meats, and Bridge Brewing
Race Details:

It became one of the most anticipated Apres Party's of the FWS, Rocky Mountain Bicycles along with their partners Two Rivers Meats and Bridge Brewing put on a great spread. Oh and there is the actual riding portion.

Reminder that there is a 200 rider cap. All riders need to sign in at the timing table prior to heading to Stage 1 and return to the timing table after Stage 3 to tag out.

Registration opens at 5:30pm at Parkgate Park a rolling start open from 5:45pm to 6:45pm.

Stage 1: Severed D - BP - Forever After (ends at the climb in FA)
Stage 2: Forever After (ends at Bridle Path)
Stage 3: High School League

You must be an NSMBA member to participate. Get your membership HERE.

Our Fiver Series is an upgraded version of our past successful Toonie Series. For $5 (and your 2018 NSMBA Membership) you will enjoy an evening of leisurely racing followed by food and beverages. This is a great community event open to any one, of any ability, and we strongly encourage families to participate

Fivers are hosted bi-weekly on Thursday evenings. Registration opens at 5:45pm at the designated registration point with a rolling start open from 5:45pm to 6:45pm. If the race is at Fromme the registration booth will be found near the second yellow gate and if on Seymour it will be found at Parkgate Park, unless it is stated otherwise in the posted race details.

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