Yes! Its the fall riding season and to celebrate we are kicking it off with the BRAT Enduro - This year's format is one monster stage starting from BRAT, Killer Squirrel, Skullduggery, Beaver Pond, Broken Fro, Kai's, Parbac, Drop Bac, Resurrection, Duracell and end up at the bottom of 4D!
Online Registration only with an entry fee collection onsite to keep lineups small and social distancing at 2m. Check-in opens at Brickers Cidery at 9am. After registering, you’re welcome to start riding with your bubble friends to the top of BRAT by 11am. Then its on! The timing ends at 12pm.
Prizing for the fastest male and female. As well, for the ultimate bragging rights where the playing field is leveled. Your time times your age as a percentage i.e. 20min x (1-65 years(your age)/100) = 7min or 15min x (1-25 years (your age)/100) = 11.25 min
After your race, meet back at Brickers to enjoy their ciders. $20 for Cycling BC race or ride members. A one day licence fee is added to all non-CBC racers $10 (Total $35) - All proceeds goes to our beloved trail maintenance groups - SCUMB and CMBTA. ***Cash Only***
***Due to the Provincial Health Order, a cap of 50 racers will be strictly enforced*** We ask that you wear a mask during the registration process and you will be required to sign a declaration that you’re Covid-symptom free on site.
A special thanks to our Sponsors - Brickers Cidery - Off the Edge Bike Shop - Sa Boothroyd Gallery
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