2023 Barber Hills Hard Labor
Race Details:

Presented By: Paris Chevrolet Buick GMC

Special rates for lodging:

Quality Inn double or king $75.00

La Quinta $99.00

Days Inn $94.00

Hampton Inn $134.00

Be sure to call the hotel directly and tell them you want the mountain bike race rate.

This race is being sanctioned by NABRA, the North American Bicycle Racing Association. No license required.

The race flyer is available in the Downloads section below.

TMBRA race plates:

TMBRA permanent number plates will be used. If you don't have one or you have lost a previously assigned plate you can purchase one during your online race registration process (separate question after selecting your race category).
Every race participant is required to utilize a season plate for race scoring and timing. After registering for an event you will be asked about your season plate status. If you pre-purchased your plate through the TMBRA.org website or you picked up a plate at a previous event then put your number in the box provided.  Otherwise select "Yes, assign a NEW plate." if you do not already have one.  A one-time $15 charge will be added to your event registration fee if you select a "yes" answer.

Number pickup/racer check-in via automated computer kiosk will be available on Sunday starting at 6:45.

Helmets are required at all times when on a bike.

Hard Labor Race Loop on Trailforks.com
3 laps for Cat 1 Pro/19-49
2 laps for Cat 2/Cat  1 50+/ Cat 1 and 2 Women
1 lap for Cat 3

12U Hard Labor Race Loop on Trailforks.com
3.4 miles per lap (1 lap}





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