SORCA 2022 Cinco #8 August 10
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Corsa, Treat Squamish, and Nester's Market Bring you the first and only WOMEN's Enduro of the season!

Cinco #8 - Women’s Enduro - August 10th
Next Wednesday, August 10th, Corsa and Treat Squamish are hosting SORCA's 8th Cinco of the year- a women’s enduro! This Cinco is designed to welcome ladies of a variety of riding levels to a ride with delicious treats and a special wine and charcuterie apres. This course aims to create a safe and fun atmosphere for our all lady shredders with sweet treats on course. The après for the race will take place at the new Corsa Pit stop
When: August 10th, 2022
Tag Assignment: 5-5:45pm
(Only required if you don’t have a Spruce Race tag or have not checked in with us this year).
Race Start: stage 1: 6pm-7pm
Stage 2: 6:15pm-7:45 pm
Apres: 7 pm onwards for racers and vollies only
Where: Corsa Pit stop
Tag Assignment: Corsa Pit stop
If your tag is set up, proceed to the start of the race.
Interested in Marshalling and attending to the Après? Email: [email protected]


A little more info on Treat Squamish....
Treat started with the simple idea of bringing the humble cake back to the forefront of people's taste buds.Whether it's a special occasion or a cup of tea and cake kind of day, we have you covered.
Fresh handcrafted, cupcakes, layer cakes, letter cakes and Treat Boxes. The perfect sweet treat to elevate your day. Find us at the Squamish or Whistler Farmers Market or contact us for your special occasion.
Go on Treat Yourself!!

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