2019 Fiver - Presented by Rocky Mountain Bicycles, Bridge Brewing and Two Rivers Meats
Race Details:

Get ready for Fiver #5 presented by Rocky Mountain Bicycles! Sign in starts in the Fromme Parking Lot at 5:45pm and runs until 6:45pm.

Post Race apres will be held at the Rocky Mountain Bicycles Development Centre at 1225 East Keith Road, Unit 10. Drinks served by Bridge Brewing (first beer is free, any beer following $5 per cup) and food by Two Rivers Meats.

All details can be found here: www.nsmba.ca/fivers

Please note that there will be a cap of 200 riders for each Fiver.

The Fast-track line will ONLY be available for those who have purchased the Fiver season Pass and have their own Timing Chip.

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