Kamikaze style downhill race on Classic Mountain Bikes and a Vintage Mt. Bike show.
This Saturday the 14th is the event. Get your machine dialed in and make the trip to the Mt Shasta Ski Park. It's going to be a blast
Schedule of events:
Friday the 13th things get kicked off with the 2nd annual night ride festival from 2pm - 10pm with live entertainment and extended riding hours for the regular $35 lift ticket rate. If you want to do practice laps get there when they open. The Douglas lift will shut down early.
On the 14th it's the ShastaKaze Classic Downhill and Mt. Bike Show. Race entry is $20 and a lift ticket ($35) if you don't have a season pass. Registration on event day is from 9:00am - 11:00am with the racing starting at Noon. Free event t-shirt for racers while supplies last.
6 Racing Classes: All racers must be 18 or older. Women's Open (any bike type or age, women may also chose to race in another category if their bike fits) Repack Class (single speed and 1 brake, coaster brake preferred) Classic Full Suspension (front and rear suspension bikes pre-2000 model year) Classic Hardtail (front suspension bikes pre-2000 model year) Classic Rigid (any fully rigid mt bike) Open Class (bikes with 2 brakes and a multi-speed drive train newer than 1999's model year)
It's Free to enter your classic mt bike in the show. People's choice voting to determine best of show winners.
3 Show Classes: Classic Hardtail Classic Full Suspension Open Class
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