Poca Go!
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POCA GO is an enduro-style XC MTB race held on the single-track flow trails and XC trails at Pocahontas State Park in Chesterfield, VA. 100% of the profits will go to Pocahontas State Park! This race is organized and put on solely by volunteers from the local mountain biking community. Our generous race sponsors include: RVA MORE, Friends of Pocahontas State Park (FoPSP), Carytown Bicycle Co., Molly's Bicycle Shop, Terrapin Beer Co., Ballad Brewing, Running Fire Design, LiLO Collections, and ALL IN MTB. Poca Go! is a part of the Virginia State Parks Adventure Series.

Timed stages will be on (mostly) downhill portions of the Swift Creek trail system with non-timed transfer segments in between. Stages will *likely include: 1: Blueberry Downhill, 2: Bell Lap, 3: Blue Jay Way, 4: Corkscrew, 5: Lost Spring, 6: Millstone Part Two. Beginner and Middle School Youth Categories will only complete Stages 1-4, totaling approximately 13 miles (race/timed sections total appox 6 miles). All other categories will complete Stages 1-6, totaling approximately 20 miles (race/timed sections total approx 9 miles). Each transfer stage (the riding done to get from the start of one stage to another) is not timed and does not count toward standings. *PLEASE NOTE: Trails were severaly damaged on the date of the originally scheduled race. Thanks to many, many volunteers and lots of hard work on behalf of Clark Jones and the local mtb community; most of the trails are back open. However, as of today, Blueberry Hill is still in need of significant repair before it can reopen and it may not be ready in time for the race (now scheduled for October 17th). If the trail does not reopen by race day, then MS Youth and Beginner racers will do the stages 2-5 as listed above. HS Youth, Sport, and Expert racers will complete stages 2-6, as listed above, with the possibility of adding in trail Zero.


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