• Date
    Saturday May 1, 2021 at 9:00am EDT
    past event
  • Type
    XC Race
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    Griffin Bike Park, Indiana United States
  • Registration
    Open Paid
Race Details:

A new early-season Endurance race. Shorter time frame but the same good time Same ruleset as our 6/12 hour races.

Test your endurance. Sign up for 3 or 6-hour solo races. Bring your friends and compete in the 2 or 4 person team events.
(13 and under with parental supervision/escort)
Solo Male 3Hr
Solo Female 3Hr
Open Duo Team 3Hr
Solo Male 6Hr
Solo Female 6Hr
Open Duo Team 6Hr
Female Team 6Hr (max 4 riders)
Open Team 6Hr (max 4 riders)

ENTRY FEE: (PER RACER) $30 (includes plate deposit)
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS (Eastern Daylight Time):
Saturday, May 1
7:30-8:45 a.m. : Check-In & Registration
8:50 a.m.: Rider Meeting
8:55 a.m.: Final Staging
9:00 a.m.: START of ALL Divisions
12:00 p.m. : FINISH – Cutoff of 3 Hour Divisions Be across the finish line before Noon!
1:00 p.m.: 3 Hour Awards
3:00 p.m. : FINISH – Cutoff of 6 Hour Divisions Be across the finish line before 3 pm.
4:00 p.m.: 6 Hour Awards
RACE RULES: All riders must check in Saturday morning from 7:30-8:45 a.m. and attend the rider meeting at 8:50 a.m. A LeMans style (running) start will be used to spread the field. All divisions will start together. Standings will be measured by number of laps completed. Riders on the same lap will be ranked by the lowest clock time at the lap / finish point. Scoring ends at the cutoff time – any lap completed after cutoff does not count! Mechanical support may be provided only in the pit/parking area. During the lap, each rider must be entirely self-sufficient. Once in the pit (not during a lap), a rider may change bikes or any equipment. Food and drink may be provided to riders only in the designated feed zone near the lap line.
SOLO: One tent or one vehicle may be placed adjacent to the pit area. Each rider is limited to 10′ frontage along the marked pit area. Riders exiting the course for any reason must use the pit area to exit the course and return to the course for the official finish/start of a lap.
TEAM: Team divisions are: 2 riders for Duo 3/6 Hours, up to 4 riders for 6 Hours. Relay-style exchanges will be allowed only after each full lap, at the pit area. Teams may use any strategy of rider rotation desired. Each rider must complete at least one lap.

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