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Presented By: Sun Vibes/Chainring Promotions

Aistriu Mayhem 2021

Aistriu Mayhem Continues  The 2022 Edition of Mayhem is now scheduled for Saturday, 3/26/2022. 


For 2021, Aistriu Mayhem is being held under USA Cycling event permit 2021-XXXX.  All Cat 1/Pro categories require an annual USA Cycling Mountain Bike license.  All other categories must have either an annual USA Cycling Mountain Bike License or a one-day license. 

The course is about 6.6 miles.  Also, there is a Junior First-Timers category for those who have not raced or are not quite ready for a Cat 3 race. 

The YMCA Camp Ockanickon offers a great venue for the Mayhem Mountain Bike Race. The course has singletrack (there are roots), double track and fire road along with bridge crossings, gravel, and railroad tie step descent and a short but pitched hill climb ("Blueberry Hill") and descent and includes the area known as "The Village."

The origin of this race continues by getting out and having fun by encouraging those new to the sport to experience the race atmosphere on a relatively non-technical course but still introducing them to the terrain they may encounter as they progress, and by providing seasoned racers a fast venue to get their legs a tune-up as their race seasons begin.

Pro Open Cash payout will be proportional to entries in the class. Top 3 with 10 or less entries and Top 5 with 11 or more entries in class for Men/Women: Minimum $200 (1), $150 (2), $100 (3), $75 (4) and $50 (5).

Endurance Cash Payout will be proportional to entries in the class. Top 3 with 10 or less entries and Top 5 with 11 or more entries in class for Men/Women: is Top 3: $125 (1), $100 (2) and $75 (3).

Awards for Cat 1, Cat 2, and Cat 3 classes will be medals only.

For more question or additional information, please contact:

Chris at [email protected] or 609-760-7804

The above is subject to change.

Thank you and Spread the Mayhem!

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