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Presented By: Quantico Mountain Bike Club (QMTB)

The Quantico Epic is currently in the approval process for Marine Corps Base Quantico, so in the mean time we are opening the waitlist for the event scheduled for April 30th.  Once approval is granted, everyone on the waitlist prior to January 1, 2022 will receive early bird pricing.  Now for the good stuff

The Quantico Epic is looking to run for a fifth year!  For 2022, the Master of Mayhem, Montezuma himself, is working up another great event with four great courses, challenge climbs, fully stocked aide stations and of course a great post ride scene with food, cold beverages, and sweet industry partner give aways. 

The mountain biking trails of Marine Corps Base (MCB) Quantico are only open to the general public once a year, so spread the word and join Montezuma for a little Mayhem in 2022.

Event Shirts and Challenge Coins will be guaranteed to all riders who pre-register prior to April 1st.  Due to base access requirements, registration for this event will close at midnight, April 27th.  THERE WILL BE NO DAY OF REGISTRATION.  Don't miss out, register today! 


Base access for this year's event will require DBIDs pre-registration.  If you are not active duty or retired military, or do not possess a DoD affiliated CAC, you will be required to complete DBIDs pre-registration and provide a QR code.  Failure to complete DBIDs will result in base access being denied.  DBIDs pre-registration cannot occur more than 30 days prior to the event, so on April 1st, you will receive a confirmation email with additional information on completing base access requirements for April 30th.  All the necessary information to complete DBIDs will be provided.  If you would like to review the DBIDs process, visit:  https://dbids-global-enroll.dmdc.mil/preenrollui/#!/   

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