• Date
    Sunday April 30, 2023
    to
    Sunday April 30, 2023
    past event
  • Type
    Race
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    Warwick, New York United States
    Wawayanda Road & Warwick Turnpike, Vernon Township, NJ 07421
  • Website
Race Details:

Presented By: Black Bear Cycling

Information for 2023 will be updated below as the date draws closer. This was placed as a calendar holder for the 2023 date. 

 

 

Welcome to Iron Furnace 2023, A Midatlantic Super Series Endurance Event. This race will be in the MASS series for the three lap option as an endurance event. 

We have plans to bring you a lap event consisting of a choice of one, two or three laps. Course is as noted in the ridewithgps file/link here https://ridewithgps.com/trips/86463707 

Start/Finish will be in the Furance area of the park as in other years of this race. The course will be a nice mix of singletrack, double track and lots of rocky goodness. Please note in the event of rain or weather events the course may be altered or changed.

This will be the only race we are having at the park for 2023 as the beloved or maybe hated Bearscat 50 will not be happening in 2023 as the interest for that race appears to have gone away. The course for this one will challenge the body and mind of anyone willing to take it on and that is why we decided to offer multiple lap options. 

Watch this page and our facebook page  https://www.facebook.com/Black-Bear-Cycling-191769640859522 for more information. 

This is a self supporting event and you can have a feed zone at the lap turn after the finish line. We will not be having any neutral support or aid station. 

Camping-We have group site #002 for 4/30. This is tent site only and primitive with restroom nearby. Must arrive prior to 8 PM. Watch pre-race e-mail for any other details on the camping. 

Stay tuned for additional information as it comes out and this will most likely be on the Facebook page however we will update this information as needed to keep everyone in the loop. 

https://ridewithgps.com/trips/86463707 course file

 

 

RULES:

 1. Racers shall complete the entire event, and complete it on the same bicycle upon which the event was begun.

2. All repairs during the event shall be performed by the individual racer only. No outside help or assistance is permitted.

3. All spare parts and tools shall be carried by the individual racer (cannibalizing other bikes is not permitted).

4. Racers riding bikes have the right of way over racers walking bikes. BUT, YOU MUST WARN RACERS THAT YOU ARE APPROACHING THEM AND STATE WHICH SIDE YOU ARE ABOUT TO PASS THEM ON. When practical, bikers walking bikes should stay on the least redeemable section of the course, when being passed.

5. Short-cutting and/or cutting trail switchbacks shall result in disqualification.

6. Unsportsmanlike behavior and/or the use of profane language are grounds for warning, relegation, or disqualification. The penalty imposed shall be determined by the race director.

7. All local laws, rules and ordinances shall be observed during the participation in the Iron Furnace event.

8. Protests can be made by any registered participant of the Iron Furnace Race. The participant shall file the protest in writing with the Race Director or race official if the RD is not available. The protest period is immediately following the race and up to 15 minutes following the posting of the complete results for his/her class.

9. The Iron Furnace Race Director will make the final decision regarding any occurrence during the event.

10. No headphones or other devices that may prevent you from hearing cars, mt bikers, runners, etc. will be permitted while participating in this event.

 11. Bicycles used in competition must be propelled solely by the rider's legs, no electric bikes or peddle assist bicycles 

 

Additional information will be posted either here or on our website at www.blackbearcycling.com

 

 

 

 

 

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