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Presented By: Trans-Sylvania Productions

Are You A Gravel Racer As Well?

If so, we are having our Allegheny Forest Gravel Grinder (AFGG) the day after (Sunday, July 16, 2023) the Jakes Rocks MTB Marathon.  Make it a weekend of racing in this amazing cycling area.  CLICK HERE to go to the AFGG registration page.  Or CLICK HERE to view its page on our website for more information.

 

Routes

Long Course https://ridewithgps.com/routes/38277910

Short Course https://ridewithgps.com/routes/38278082 

 

Race Day Schedule

 7:30 AM -- Registration Opens

 8:30 AM -- Registration Closes

 8:45 AM -- Racer Meeting At Start

 9:00 AM -- RACE START

11:00 AM -- Post Race Meal Begins

11:15 AM -- Short Course Awards

12:45 PM -- Long Course Awards

 

Included With Registration


Well Marked Course
Stocked Aid Stations
Event Shirt (If registered by 7/2/2023)
Post-Race Meal
Awards For Top-3 In Each Category
Hammer Nutrition Samples In Swag Bags And At Aid Stations


 

Make sure you check out our website for more race information -- www.trans-sylvaniaproductions.com/jrmbm

 

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