Go Nuts Biking - Don't Fear the Squirrel XC
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Time & Location
January 21 & 22, 2023, Fort Yargo State Park, 210 S Broad St, Winder, GA 30680

Description
Saturday, January 21, 2023 - Don't Fear the Squirrel XC - Acorn and Juniors
Sunday, January 22, 2023 - Don't Fear the Squirrel XC - EMTB, Collegiate & Adults

Our Spring USAC Regional XC Series are 2-day events Saturdays will begin with our kid's Acorn races and then Junior categories only! Results will include state rankings to see where you stand against juniors across the region! Our Spring XC finale is at Windrock Bike Park!

The Junior XC Spring team competition winners will receive cobranded jerseys with their team logo and Go Nuts!
For every 10 junior team entries, coaches will receive 1 free Adult XC Go Nuts entry. 

Stoked to announce our new Collegiate category for the Spring USAC Regional XC Series on Sundays! We will also do the team competition and winner jerseys! EMTB and Adult XC categories on Sundays in the Spring! 
 
Online registration only.  
XC / EMTB / COLLEGIATE

Regular Registration Price $50
Add $10 to all PRO/CAT 1
$10 Late fee week of race
$5 off USA Cycling License
Includes t-shirt if registered by cut off date.

ACORN
3-5 Years - $15
6-9 years - $20
$10 Late fee week of race

Saturday, January 21, 2023 - Don't Fear the Squirrel XC - Acorns & Juniors
Online registration only - closes January 20, 2023.
T-shirt deadline - January 8, 2023.

Course Map - coming soon

PLEASE BRING YOUR 2023 BIBS OR INCUR a $10 REPLACEMENT FEE.

ACORN & JUNIORS - CHECK IN TIMES - Please come at designated times only to check in (if you need a new bib/timing chip) or pick up race envelope at self check in station if you have a bib/timing chip from previous race).

ACORN - 9am bag pick up race at 9:30am (3-5 years) 9:45am (6-7 years) 10am (8-9 years)
PRO / CAT 1 - 10:00am (if you need bib/timing chip) race at 10:30am
CAT 2 - 10:30am (if you need bib/timing chip) race at 11:00am
CAT 3 - 11am (if you need bib/timing chip) race at 11:30am

Sunday, January 22, 2023 - Don't Fear the Squirrel XC - EMTB, Collegiate & Adults
Online registration only - closes January 20, 2023.
T-shirt deadline - January 8, 2023.

EMTB, COLLEGIATE & ADULT - CHECK IN TIMES - Please come at designated times only to check in (if you need a new bib/timing chip) or pick up race envelope at self check in station if you have a bib/timing chip from previous race).
 
EMTB - 9am bag pick up race at 9:30am
COLLEGIATE A / CAT 1 OPEN - 10:00am (if you need bib/timing chip) race at 10:30am
ADULT CAT 1 PRO/EXPERT - 10:00am (if you need bib/timing chip) race at 10:45am
COLLEGIATE B / CAT 2 OPEN - 10:30am (if you need bib/timing chip) race at 11:00am
ADULT CAT 2 SPORT/ SINGLE SPEED - 10:30am (if you need bib/timing chip) race at 11:15am
COLLEGIATE C / CAT 3 OPEN - 11am (if you need bib/timing chip) race at 11:30am
ADULT CAT 3 BEGINNER - 11:00am (if you need bib/timing chip) race at 11:45am
CLYDESDALE - 11:30am (if you need bib/timing chip) race at 12PM
SASQUATCH - 11:30am (if you need bib/timing chip) race at 12PM
WOMEN'S NOVICE - 11:30am (if you need bib/timing chip) race at 12PM

Course Map - coming soon

Severe weather policy
Unless otherwise posted, race will be held. Safety of all racers is our main priority. If there is a delay or cancellation due to weather conditions, racers are responsible for checking information posted by director.
The information will be posted on the homepage of website, social network avenues, and via email up to 72 hours prior to the race.


Transfer/Refund Policy

There will be no registration refunds once registration is processed. We will allow transfers to upcoming races. All transfers must be requested 10 days prior and is only allowed for races that were rescheduled. Transfers will not be allowed 10 days before race or after race.



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