One Nut Wonder - 3/6 Hours with AMBC Fall Festival
Race Details:

Time & Location
November 5, 2023 AMBC Fall Festival, Baker Creek Preserve, 3700 Lancaster Drive. Knoxville, TN 37920

Sunday, November 5, 2023 - One Nut Wonder - 3/6 Hours
Registration opens at 8am - start time 9am

Very happy to Join AMBC for their 14th Annual AMBC Fall Festival November 3-5 in 2023 at Baker Creek Preserve in the heart of Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness With over 2500 participants from more than 25 states, vendors, raffles, demos and more - this is sure to be a top notch weekend you don't want to miss!

3/6 HOUR - Online registration only - closes November 3, 2023.
3 Hour Solo $50
6 Hour Solo $65
6 Hour 2 Person Team $100
6 Hour 3 Person Team $150
$10 late fee week of
T-shirt deadline -October 22, 2023.

Pro Open
Expert 18 and under, 19-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+
Sport 14 and under, 15-18, 20-29, 20-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+
Beginner 14 and under, 15-18, 20-29, 20-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+
Junior Novice A (12 and under) 1 Lap
Junior Novice B (12 and under) 2 Laps

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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WannaBeSTi (Oct 23, 2023 at 12:18)
I’d like to see how GoNuts manages the sections like Toll to McClean and Red Bud for 2-way traffic, where the trails are single track.
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