2018 Fiver - Presented by Steed Cycles
Race Details:

Apres will be back at Steed's Shop with food and drink provided by Two Rivers Specialty Meats and Bridge Brewing Company.

Reminder that there is a 200 rider cap. All riders need to sign in at the timing table prior to heading to Stage 1. For Fiver #4, we will have a "sign out" timing table at the end of stage 3 where you'll need to tag back in.

Stage 1 - 7th Secret - Leppard
Stage 2 - Lower Oilcan
Stage 3 - Dreamweaver (from Skid Road down to exit at Boundary)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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Comments

  • + 1
xTwoSnakesx (Jun 6, 2018 at 13:51)
I have not ridden Dreamweaver in quite awhile, but I feel like it I remember it being very braided. Is it pretty clear where to go?
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robdonovan NSMBA (Jun 7, 2018 at 7:20)
Rode it this week, lots or reroutes, super fun. Hopefully its well marked
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  • + 2
shirk-007 NSMBA (Jun 6, 2018 at 12:05)
Sign In at Fromme parking lot as usual, but tags will be collected at the end of Stage 3 instead of back at Fromme parking lot.
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