WORCA TOONIE May 30 - Arbutus Routes, Handlebar, FiFi's Bistro, Whistler Sliding Centre, Coastal Ford
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Brought to you by Arbutus Routes, Handlebar, FiFis Bistro, Whistler Sliding Centre, Coastal Ford
Upduro and Downcountry on Blackcomb.
Whistler's ultimate uphill race, followed by some classic Blackcomb down shedding. Expect big climbs, great times and a killer apres
Chill or thrill on the up, some thrill on the down.
Course Exhertion rating: 3/5
Course Technical rating: 5/5
Course Type: Enduro
Timing Optional.

Sign: in: 5:30pm - 6:30pm Arbutus Routes Store
Start 5:30pm - 6:30pm Blackcomb base
Finish: Blackcomb base
Course closure/sweep: 8pm
Apres: HandleBar

2-Stage Enduro Challenge.
Delayed start casual ride option.

Timed Racers. Stage 1 opens at 6pm.
Transition - up blackcomb via Magic Trails > Access Roads to Lot 7 > Sliding Center.
NOT SHOW ON MAP Stage 1 - will start at the base of Sliding Center for a timed uphill challenge. Racing up the bobsled track to Corner 3.
Transition - Blackcomb Summer Access road > Out of the dust start.
Stage 2 - Out of the Dust > Hey Bud (Full). Finishing on Blackcomb Access Road.
Points based results.

Casual Option:
Untimed mass start beginning at base of Blackcomb 6.30pm. Same course

Event Supporters:


  • + 1
ctownsend (May 24, 2019 at 15:46)
Is there a Chiller ride option on the 30th toonie ride?
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  • WORCA TOONIE May 30 - Arbutus Routes, Handlebar, FiFi's Bistro, Coastal Ford

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