• Date
    Sunday May 1, 2022
    Sunday May 1, 2022
    past event
  • Type
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    Augusta, Georgia United States
    5163 Fort Custer Drive
  • Website
Race Details:

Presented By: Southwest Michigan Mountain Biking Association

Fort Custer Stampede

We hope everyone is staying safe and sane in this crazy time.  We are looking at trying to move the Stampede race, please stay tuned.  An awesome Southwest Michigan Mountain Bike Association (SWMMBA) event and part of 2020 MMBA Championship Points Series  Your entry fees assist SWMMBA in building and maintaining our amazing trails in southwest Michigan, including Maple Hill, Fort Custer Recreation Area and the new Warnaar Trail in Three Rivers. 

For more information, visit us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SWMMBA/ or our website at www.swmmba.com.

Racecourse this year will be counter clock-wise incorporating almost all of Fort Custer's amazing trails with a Start/Finish at Eagle Lake! The course will be challenging and fun for all racers.  Come join the fun!  We’ll also have a kid’s race and swag to give away. 

The Expert and Elite course will include the Amusement Park and Crazy Beaver. This course is about 13.5 miles per lap for Expert and Elite. Experts will ride 2 laps, Elite will ride 3 laps. Beginners and Sport will skip the Amusement Park and Crazy Beaver and the course is approximately 10 miles in length. Beginners will ride 1 lap, Sport will ride 2 laps.

All riders will skip the planked section of the Gullies on the Green Loop. Granny's may also be modified/not included. The course will not be marked until Saturday afternoon.


******NEWS FLASH******

$250 cash for Elite Mens Open Class winner
$250 cash for Elite Ladies Open Class winner
$50 cash for Fat Bike Elite/Expert Open Class winner
$50 cash for Fat Bike Sport/Beginner Open Class winner

We are proud to once again have Maple Hill Auto as our title sponsor.  Newton Timing will once again provide timing and scoring our event in 2020.  Team Row, music by DJ dmc, and a beer garden courtesy of Territorial Brewing at the Start/Finish to cheer on your friends and teammates.  


Championship Point Series 

The Fort Custer Stampede is Race #2 of the 2020 MMBA CPS season. 

To get to the Fort Custer Rec Area
Located between Battle Creek and Kalamazoo, just east of Augusta on M-96.  To reserve a campsite, please call Michigan State Park Reservations, 800-543-2937 or make on-line reservations at http://www.midnrreservations.com/SearchPark.aspx. 

The Course
Look for updates on the race course. We are still finalizing things.

Special Kids’s Race
Awards to all - Start time 11:00 a.m. 

Great Giveaways
Don’t miss your chance to win great swag thanks to our sponsors.  Must be present to win.

Packet Pick-up
Saturday, TBD from 4 - 6 pm at Eagle Lake Pavilion
Sunday, TBD registration starts at 8:30 am and will continue until 15 minutes before each race.

There will be 1 FREE beer compliments of Territorial Brewing for each racer, please have your ID & make sure you get your wrist band. Wrist band must be worn when you pickup or register for the event. Wrist bands WILL NOT be issues after your race.


You know you want one!  Super soft and stylish, proudly display the Stampede logo! See our Stampede custom artwork, these short-sleeved t-shirts and sweatshirts will be available for purchase for pre-order only (ok, there might be a few at the race too). See details for logo and color.   


– Remember, trails don't build themselves!
Support the SWMMBA and your local chapter.


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