Blacksheep Mountain Biking Club will be holding the 3rd annual XC marathon event, the Shuniah Forty Miner, on Saturday September 15th, 2018. For those unfamiliar with the XC marathon format it’s basically all about the distance. The name of the game is seeing if you can outlast the course.
So how far do you need to go? Riders will be challenged in either the 48km/24km/12km course or just for the kids we have the 5km Mini-Miner!
2018 race fees are as follows: - Blacksheep Mountain Bike Club members – $15.00 - Non-members – $25.00 + OCA Insurance Requirements ($42.00)
Race kits are available to be picked up starting at 9:00 AM on race day. The race begins at 11:00 AM, so we’re giving you plenty of time to get your pre-race socializing, pre-riding the course, and time to definitely check out all the great sponsor tents!
Registration for the event closes Wednesday September 12th at 11:59PM SHARP!
For more information about the event, venue, or anything else please check out all the information by clicking here.
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