J.A. King & Queen of the Watershed
Race Details:

The 3rd Annual J.A. King and Queen of the Watershed is here. Everyone from juniors to experts are welcome at this event.

This race will consist of 5 stages using the following trails:

Stage 1: Blue Heron & Reedy Fork
Stage 2: Wild Turkey
Stage 3: Country Park
Stage 4: Owls Roost & Shady Side
Stage 5: Big Loop & Little Loop

The race loops will be timed and the sections leading to each trail will not be timed. Don't want to race all the segments? No problem. When you're done then head on back to the shelter at Bur-Mil for food and fun.

Each racer will receive a meal ticket with their entry fee. Additional meal tickets can be purchased online or at the event. There will be food, beer and bands at Shelter 2 after the race.

The event will begin at the Blue Heron Trailhead parking lot off Yanceyville Rd. Shuttles will take riders and their bikes to the trailhead from the pool parking lot at Bur-Mil Park. There will be prizes for each segment as well as prizes for overall results. This event will be used as a fund-raiser for the Piedmont Fat Tire Society. Come on out and have a great time.

FESTIVITIES: We will have a food truck, beer and music after the race is over at Shelter 2 near the pool at Bur-Mil Park. Your entry fee gives you one meal ticket. Additional meal tickets can be purchased during sign-up or at the shelter on race day.

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  • King & Queen of the Watershed ‘19-'22

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