SORCA's Cincos are back Save the date for the Super Cinco ENDURO on April 23,2022. What to Expect – bikes, smiles and dirt- Our first proper cinco enduro. You can ride one of two options:
1. Intro to enduro single stage course on Manboobs. Great for for youth gearing up for the race season and for those of all ages who have never tried an enduro before. NOTE: Youth riders will require a competent parent/guardian to ride with them and assist them down the course.
2. Full Enduro: A three stage enduro on 1.Manboobs, 2.Crouching, 3. Rupert- perfect race season warm up after a long hiatus. Pre-registration required!! AFTER party at Squamish’s favorite eatery up the valley Fergies from 3pm onwards. Special prizes from our sponsors SRAM and Petra real estate (don’t have logos for these but probably should get them….)
**NOTE for Enduros: course map is suggested route from registration start. Only downhill portions are mandatory segments which are timed and flagged- ALL stages must be done in order! Uphill portions connecting stages are optional, not mandatory routes. **
When – Race day: Saturday April 23. Intro to enduro: registration @ 8:30am with timing start at 9:30am Full enduro: registration @ 11am with timing start at 12pm. Cinco race tag pick up: April 22, 6-8pm Adventure center parking lot. Save time on registration day and get your tag for the season the night before! Where – Registration and start at Montessori parking lot by Dowad access road (41273 Horizon Dr, Squamish, BC V8B 0Y7). Parking recommended at Alice lake or along tantalus rd. **Parking will NOT be permitted along Dowad near trail access.
How– Register here! Get your SORCA membership, pay your $5 and register for the event online. Pre-registration recommended- same day reg price goes up to $10. Stay tuned for prizing info from our sponsors!
Not a member? No worries, you can register for a $20 fee same day. This gets you: race entry, a tag for timing, access to the apres, and a small donation for the Squamish trails you love!
Thanks to our sponsors: Fergie's, SRAM and Petra Hauke Real Estate for spearheading what is going to be an awesome return to racing for SORCA! Excited to see your smiling faces there!
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