• Date
    Friday February 3, 2023
    to
    Friday February 3, 2023
    past event
  • Type
    Race
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    Boston, Arkansas United States
    139 Madison 3605
  • Website
Race Details:

Presented By: Ozark Off Road Cyclist

The Buffalo Headwater Challenge presented by Adventure Subaru is a three-day, all-inclusive, "off the grid" mountain bike festival. It includes 5 meals, libations, tent and RV camping, live music, and amazing riding, highlighted by the annual “Challenge” ride on Saturday, February 4th, 2023. The “Challenge” ride consists of a 40ish mile semi-supported backcountry mountain bike experience with a few marked bailouts along the way. It’s a ride, not a race… just finishing is winning. During your ride you will possibly encounter dj's in the woods and of course the infamous grilled cheese and soup at the iconic fire tower. In addition on Sunday you will have the choice of joining the gravel group ride to the Buffalo Outdoor Center or using your wristband at The Buffalo Outdoor Center will get you free shuttles for the DH runs all day.

-Tickets are $55 for members and $90 for non-members.You can become a member here:https://www.imba.com/join/chapter/oorc

-A limited number of RV spots are available for an additional $25.00. (no hook ups)

-Tickets will be limited in quantity.

-For 5 meals, 2 live bands, free beverages, a killer route, amazing humans, and a special swag bag you aren’t going to find a better deal

-18"x24" event posters are $30. They are amazing and make great gifts!

-Event T-shirts are available for $30

Live Music from Justin larkin and Chucky Waggs.

Dinners provided by Phat Tire Bike Shop and Delta Biscuit Co.

Beverages by Trailside Coffee Co, Fossil Cove Brewery and Bike Rack Brewing.

 

 

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