2016 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 and classic Buffalo Pound descents. You will have fun, socialize with other bike enthusiasts, enjoy a great meal and have a chance to win some prizes. By participating in this event you will also earn yourself some trail karma because $5 from each registration will be dedicated to ongoing trail maintenance at Buffalo Pound.

Registration includes a day of racing and a delicious post-race meal catered by Regina based Crave Kitchen. You’re also entered to win prizes that have be generously provide by Trek and Western Cycle.

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

Location and Times:

Buffalo Pound Provincial Park – 25 km northeast of Moose Jaw

8:00 – 9:00 AM Registration

9:45 AM Race Staging

10:00 AM Race Starts

12:00 (or sooner) Post-race meal, awards and prizes.

Sorry, no refunds In the event of a catastrophe the race start time will be adjusted. The event will not be rescheduled for a different date.

Cost:

$55.00 until midnight Wednesday August 18, 2016 (plus online fees)

$70.00 after midnight August 18, 2016 (note: online registration closes August 18, 2016 at 12AM (Midnight) – you can also register on race day)

**a SCA yearly or one day license is required and can be obtained at www.saskcycling.ca.

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