Buffalo Pounder
Race Details:

Come out and enjoy a day of mountain bike racing at one of the premier mountain biking locations in Saskatchewan.

The course for this years race is challenging and features some great climbs, classic Buffalo Pound flow and descents. You will have fun, socialize with other cool bike people and enjoy a great meal and have a chance to win some prizes.

Registration includes a day of racing and a delicious post-race meal (tacos) catered by Regina based El Tropezon Authentic Mexican Food. Thanks to the prize support from Western Cycle, you are also entered for the prize draw.

You can purchase extra meal tickets for your family online ($20 per meal) when you register but there will be no food sold at the event.

**** The Moose Jaw Pavers are happy to announce that there will be a kid race prior to the main race. This free fun event will be for kids 6-12 and will consist of 2 laps of Beaver Loop. Participants do need to have General SCA memberships. No lunch is provided with registration. The staging for this race will be at 10am. The kids can register for this race in the main registration. ****

The organizer reserves the right to delay race start time or cancel due to weather. This event will not be rescheduled.

Walk up registration will be allowed at a rate of $70. Please bring exact amount as limited change will be available.


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