Go Nuts Virginia USAC Regional Enduro
Race Details:

TWO Races in one weekend!!
Saturday, September 17, 2022 Downhill Race
Sunday, September 18, 2022 Enduro Race
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Friday, September 16, 2022 - Preride Open All Day
Must purchase online daily lift pass directly from Bryce Bike Park unless you have a season pass.
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Saturday, September 17, 2022 VA Regional DH
Online registration only - closes September 16, 2022.
T- shirt deadline - September 7, 2022.
SCHEDULE:
9am - 1pm open practice for DH and Enduro (specific schedule times may be enforced based on volume, will be released race week)
1:30pm Registration/Packet Pickup Opens
2:00pm Riders meeting (DH)
2:15pm CAT 3 Downhill starts
2:45pm CAT 2 Downhill starts
3:15pm Pro/CAT 1 Downhill starts
4:15pm Awards
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Sunday, September 18, 2022 VA Regional Enduro
We rate this course 3.5 nuts out of 5. All riders will complete all 4 stages. You may have unlimited runs until 3pm, best time counts!
Full faced helmet required and other protective gear suggested.
Lift Pass - Must purchase online daily lift pass directly from Bryce Bike Park unless you have a season pass.
Online registration only - closes September 16, 2022.
T- shirt deadline - September 7, 2022.
Start Times:
Check in 8AM - 10AM MUST GET TIMING BRACELET BEFORE 10AM or they will be given to riders on the waiting list on site.
Package pick up starts at 8am. Pick up swag bag with timing bracelet, bib, t-shirt and zip ties - tables are alphabetized by last name.
Preride Meeting 8:45am
All stages may be completed in any order. Start times are staggered to break up wait lines for the lift. Multiple runs are allowed - best score counts. Must complete all 4 stages by 3pm.
E-Bike released at 9am
Pros released at 9:15am
Experts released at 9:30am
Amateurs released at 10:30am
Awards - 3pm
More info and course maps:
https://www.gonutsbiking.com/end-7-va-regional-downhill

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