We've been working hard on McKenzie for the last year, and now it's time to have a race We have 10, 20, and 30 mile distances, and classes for all ages and ability levels. McKenzie is a brand-new, machine built trail system with 10 miles of fast, flowing trail. Specific routes/loops are TBD; to see the description and elevation profile for the course go to: https://www.trailforks.com/region/mckenzie-ranch/
All proceeds benefit Sonoran Desert Mountain Bicyclists and local trail projects like 100-Acre Wood Bike Park!
Distances and classes are as follows:
10 Mile Junior Men and Women (up to age 16) Open Men and Women (age 17+) 20 Mile Open Men and Women (all ages) 30 Mile Open Men and Women Master's Men (age 50+) Single Speed (any age/gender) Other Information:
Waves start heading out at 9:00 AM. Riders must be on-site and ready to go by no later than 8:15 AM. SDMB members get a $10 discount with the code "SDMBMEMBER"! We're going with the honor system on this one, but will do random checks to make sure folks using the discount are actually members. Non-members who use the discount code will be barred from the race. Specific race information will be emailed to participants prior to the race. Youth ages 16 and under must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
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