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DOUBLE DARE MTB RACE

event date: 29th October 2016

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Double Dare! Teams of two riders will race to reach up to 10 checkpoints per day, two days ina row. Race begins at Noon Saturday and the first cut-off is midnight. Race resumes at 6AM Sunday and the final cutoff is 6PM. To finish the race teams must simply participate in the time trial on Sunday at 6AM and reach the mandatory checkpoint each day. Teams in the running should expect 80 miles and 12,000 feet of climbing each day.

Single Dare! Teams of two riders will race to reach 4 out of 5 checkpoints, in any order, and return to the start/finish the fastest. Race begins at 10AM Saturday and teams must be back by midnight!

Event details and schedule

 

Friday 

5PM-10PM Sign-In and Gear-Check

Saturday 

8AM-9:30AM Sign-In and Gear-Check for Single-Dare

8AM-11:30AM Sign-In and Gear-Check for Double-Dare

9:50AM Single-Dare race meeting

10AM Single-Dare race start

11:50AM Double-Dare Race Meeting

12PM Double-Dare Race Start

11:59PM Race cutoff

Sunday 

6AM Double-Dare Race restart

6PM final cutoff

Where
Please visit promoters website for more details, . NC
When
29th October 2016 at 12 PM
Price
$60/$100
Wilson's Revenge

event date: 8th October 2016

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Wilson’s Creek area is a hidden jewel in Pisgah Forest. It doesn’t get the press of Transylvania County and us locals like it that way! Riders will experience the best of the gravel dirt grinds in the area with 2 fully stocked aid stations along the way and a great meal at the end.

Date / Time

October 8th 2016 9am start, USFS Permit Approved

Registration

Registration / packet pickup open Friday from 5pm to 8pm, Saturday 7:30am to 8:30am two aid stations are available for drop bags. Register early at the link at the bottom of the page to guarantee a t-shirt.

Location

Brown Mountain Beach Resort 6785 Brown Mountain Beach Rd  Lenoir, NC 28645

(828) 758-4257

Cost

$70 online through Thu Oct 9th 5pm
$80 day of

Divisions

Men Open / Cake (33 mile)

Women Open / Cake (33 mile)

Women <40 (53 mile)

Women 40+ (53 mile)

Men Under 30 (53 mile)

Men 30 to 39 (53 mile)

Men 40 to 49 (53 mile)

Men 50 to 59 (53 mile)

Men 60+ (53 mile)

Singlespeed (53 mile)

 

Camping

Camping! We will offer camping the night before, $10 per person.
We will have a bonfire on the beach to keep you toasty. Bring a hotdog, beverage & campchair to relax before the race.
Cabins are also available @
BMBR 

Map

Course will be clockwise for 2016

Wilson’s Revenge 33
Wilson’s Revenge 53

Mandatory Gear

Red rear light, helmet, awesome attitude

Recommended Gear

Pump/compressed air, tube/patches, layers for inclement weather, your favorite post ride beverage

Rules / Guidelines

Ride single file to the right when on open roads unless passing

Obey all traffic rules unless the Sheriffs department waves you through

Riders may support other riders

Where
157 Henry Martin Trail, Statesville NC
When
8th October 2016 at 9 AM
Price
$70 online through Thu Oct 9th 5pm $80 day of
Contact Info
Gardner Deal gdeal@bluemountainrevival.com http://www.bluemountainrevival.com/ev... http://www.itsyourrace.com/event.aspx...
PISGAH MONSTER-CROSS CHALLENGE

event date: 10th September 2016

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About This Activity

 

 

Pisgah Monster-Cross Challenge:  Participants will be challenged to complete a 70 mile, 11,ooo’ of climbing loop of gravel and paved roads. The riders will be treated to some of the highest elevation sections of the Blue Ridge Parkway and over 40 miles of the toughest gravel roads Pisgah has to offer.

There will be three aid stations stocked with water, food (PB&J, salty snacks, sweet snacks,Threshold Provisions bars), first aid, and mechanical support staff.

A course map can be found under the Monster-Cross ‘downloads’ tab.

 

Start/Finish location: In the field directly across NC276 from Davidson River Campground in Pisgah Forest, NC.

1000 Pisgah Highway
Pisgah Forest, NC 28768

Directions:

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
35.28083, -82.7225
35°16’51″N, 82°43’21″W

From Asheville, North Carolina, take I-40 West to I-26 East to Exit 40 (Airport Road/Asheville Regional Airport), onto State Highway 280. Continue south 15.5 miles on 280 to Pisgah National Forest. Turn right at the intersection of Highway 280/64/276. Go north on 276 for 1 mile. Follow signs to Davidson River campground.

From Spartanburg, South Carolina, take I-26 West to Exit 40 (Airport Road/Asheville Regional Airport), onto State Highway 280. Continue south 15.5 miles on 280 to Pisgah National Forest. Turn right at the intersection of Highway 280/64/276. Go north on 276 for 1 mile. Follow signs to Davidson River campground.

From Charlotte, North Carolina, take I-85 South to Gastonia and exit at U.S. Highway 74 West. Merge with I-26 West to Exit 40 (Airport Road/Asheville Regional Airport), onto State Highway 280. Continue south 15.5 miles on 280 to Pisgah National Forest. Turn right at the intersection of Highway 280/64/276. Go north on 276 for 1 mile. Follow signs to Davidson River campground.

Brevard area Lodging:

The Sunset Motel

Davidson River Campground

Hampton Inn Brevard

Holiday Inn Express Brevard

 

 

PLEASE DO NOT UNDERESTIMATE THE EXTREME DIFFICULTY OF THIS EVENT.

We have very limited parking. Please consider leaving your car someplace other than the start/finish. For example, there are a few very large lots at the intersection of NC276 and NC280. We will also be directing half of all vehicles that arrive to the Ranger Station. Please be prepared for that possibility. Please show up early.

We will be selling raffle tickets (2 for $5) good for a chance at winning a set of Industry Nine Torch Hubset.  All proceeds will be donated to ASHEVILLE HUMANE SOCIETY.Please bring cash or checks.

The Pisgah Monster Cross Challenge start will be at the field directly across the street from Davidson River Campground on NC276 in Pisgah Forest, NC.

 Sign-in, drop-bag drop-off, and raffle sales will be open at the Start/Finish from 5:00PM-10:00PM Friday and 5:30am-7:30am on Saturday.

There will be a mandatory racer meeting at 7:45am

The Pisgah Monster Cross Challenge will start at 8:00am

Drop-bags may be sent to each of the three rest areas.  Please limit the size of your drop bag to a one gallon zip lock bag per rest area (approximately two large water bottles).

All roads used in the  Pisgah Monster Cross Challenge will be OPEN to vehicle traffic. Please use common sense. Stay to the right. Do not cut corners. Pass with care. Ride single file.

RIDERS MUST WEAR THEIR HELMETS AT ALL TIMES WHILE RIDING.

Riders must burn front and rear lights at all times during the Pisgah Monster Cross Challenge

Raffle will be held at 2:00pm. You do not need to be present to win.

NO REFUNDS

 

This event is under special use permit with the U.S. Forest Service.

Event details and schedule

 

Pisgah Monster-Cross Challenge:  Participants will be challenged to complete a 70 mile, 11,ooo’ of climbing loop of gravel and paved roads. The riders will be treated to some of the highest elevation sections of the Blue Ridge Parkway and over 40 miles of the toughest gravel roads Pisgah has to offer.

There will be three aid stations stocked with water, food (PB&J, salty snacks, sweet snacks,Threshold Provisions bars), first aid, and mechanical support staff.

A course map can be found under the Monster-Cross ‘downloads’ tab.

 

Start/Finish location: In the field directly across NC276 from Davidson River Campground in Pisgah Forest, NC.

1000 Pisgah Highway
Pisgah Forest, NC 28768

Directions:

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
35.28083, -82.7225
35°16’51″N, 82°43’21″W

From Asheville, North Carolina, take I-40 West to I-26 East to Exit 40 (Airport Road/Asheville Regional Airport), onto State Highway 280. Continue south 15.5 miles on 280 to Pisgah National Forest. Turn right at the intersection of Highway 280/64/276. Go north on 276 for 1 mile. Follow signs to Davidson River campground.

From Spartanburg, South Carolina, take I-26 West to Exit 40 (Airport Road/Asheville Regional Airport), onto State Highway 280. Continue south 15.5 miles on 280 to Pisgah National Forest. Turn right at the intersection of Highway 280/64/276. Go north on 276 for 1 mile. Follow signs to Davidson River campground.

From Charlotte, North Carolina, take I-85 South to Gastonia and exit at U.S. Highway 74 West. Merge with I-26 West to Exit 40 (Airport Road/Asheville Regional Airport), onto State Highway 280. Continue south 15.5 miles on 280 to Pisgah National Forest. Turn right at the intersection of Highway 280/64/276. Go north on 276 for 1 mile. Follow signs to Davidson River campground.

Brevard area Lodging:

The Sunset Motel

Davidson River Campground

Hampton Inn Brevard

Holiday Inn Express Brevard

 

 

PLEASE DO NOT UNDERESTIMATE THE EXTREME DIFFICULTY OF THIS EVENT.

We have very limited parking. Please consider leaving your car someplace other than the start/finish. For example, there are a few very large lots at the intersection of NC276 and NC280. We will also be directing half of all vehicles that arrive to the Ranger Station. Please be prepared for that possibility. Please show up early.

We will be selling raffle tickets (2 for $5) good for a chance at winning a set of Industry Nine Torch Hubset.  All proceeds will be donated to ASHEVILLE HUMANE SOCIETY.Please bring cash or checks.

The Pisgah Monster Cross Challenge start will be at the field directly across the street from Davidson River Campground on NC276 in Pisgah Forest, NC.

 Sign-in, drop-bag drop-off, and raffle sales will be open at the Start/Finish from 5:00PM-10:00PM Friday and 5:30am-7:30am on Saturday.

There will be a mandatory racer meeting at 7:45am

The Pisgah Monster Cross Challenge will start at 8:00am

Drop-bags may be sent to each of the three rest areas.  Please limit the size of your drop bag to a one gallon zip lock bag per rest area (approximately two large water bottles).

All roads used in the  Pisgah Monster Cross Challenge will be OPEN to vehicle traffic. Please use common sense. Stay to the right. Do not cut corners. Pass with care. Ride single file.

RIDERS MUST WEAR THEIR HELMETS AT ALL TIMES WHILE RIDING.

Riders must burn front and rear lights at all times during the Pisgah Monster Cross Challenge

Raffle will be held at 2:00pm. You do not need to be present to win.

NO REFUNDS

This event is under special use permit with the U.S. Forest Service.

Where
Please visit promoters website for more details, . NC
When
10th September 2016 at 8 AM
Price
$70
Savage CX

event date: 13th August 2016

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Savage CX is held in one of the few designated Wilderness areas in North Carolina, it is wild and scenic. Often called the Grand Canyon of North Carolina you will be in for a treat as you circumnavigate the gorge and push yourself to the base of Table Rock Mountain. There will be at least 2 rest stops along the route and a wonderful meal at the end.

 

Course inspired by coach Sonni Dyer Studio 7 Multisport

 

Date

August 13th 2016 9am start, USFS permit approved

Registration

Registration / packet pickup open Friday from 5pm to 8pm, Saturday 7:30am to 8:30am. Drop bags will be transported to the rest stops. Register early at the Its Your Race link at the bottom of the page to guarantee memorabilia.

Location

Start / End location Southmountain Children and Family Services
7330 Myrtle Drive Nebo, NC 28761
southmountain.org

(828) 758-4257

 

Camping

Camping will be available on site for those interested in traveling up on Friday.

Cost

$70 online through Thu Aug 21nd 5pm
$80 day of

Traveling from out of town?

Camping! We have a field area at our disposal so for those out of towners that would prefer to drive up Friday evening, throw a tent in the car and crash with us.

Mandatory Gear

Red rear light, helmet, awesome attitude

Recommended Gear

Pump/compressed air, tube/patches, layers for inclement weather, your favorite post ride beverage

Divisions

Women <40

Women 40+

Men Under 30

Men 30 to 39

Men 40 to 49

Men 50 to 59

Men 60+

Singlespeed

Rules / Guidelines

Ride single file to the right when on open roads unless passing

Obey all traffic rules unless the Sheriffs department waves you through

Riders may support other riders

Route

Savage CX – mapmyride

Course is CW this year! This will allow for a nice warm up climb right out of the gate.

Rest stops at 17 / 31 miles will be fully stocked and you may send a drop bag to each of these stops.

Elevation gain is at 7,000ft.

This course is extremely rough (tires = high volume/low pressure > low volume/high pressure)

Bike recommendations would be CX or Gravel bike with big tires or 29er

Bring spare tubes

Register Here

http://www.itsyourrace.com/event.aspx?id=2989

Where
Please visit promoters website for more details, . NC
When
13th August 2016 at 9 AM
Price
$70 online through Thu Aug 21nd 5pm $80 day of
Contact Info
Gardner Deal gdeal@bluemountainrevival.com http://www.bluemountainrevival.com/ev... http://www.itsyourrace.com/event.aspx...
Pisgah Enduro

event date: 6th June 2016

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The fastest growing form of mountain bike racing is returning to the Pisgah National Forest! Pisgah Productions is excited to announce the second annual Pisgah Enduro. Individuals will test their downhill skills on seven different timed sections over TWO DAYS of racing. The rides inbetween the downhill sections will not be timed.

One day (Saturday only $75) and Two day (Saturday and Sunday) categories available!

The start/finish will be at Camp Grier in Old Fort, NC. Camping will be available on-site for an additional fee. 


Day 1(Saturday) timed sections:

1. Rattlesnake 2. Kitsuma 3. Star Gap 4. Jarret Creek

Day 2 (Sunday) timed sections:

1. Upper Heartbreak Ridge 2. Lower Heartbreak Ridge 3. Kitsuma

Event details and schedule

6:30AM-8:30AM sign-in

8:45AM Racer Meeting

9:00AM Race Start

Where
Please visit promoters website for more details, . NC
When
6th June 2016 at 9 AM
Price
$75/$125
PISGAH 55.5K

event date: 22nd May 2016

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The Pisgah 55.5K  will test the endurance of both those not ready to try their luck at the 111K and those that are willing to take on two days of Pisgah racing in a row. Held the day AFTER the Pisgah 111K the 55.5K will start and finish at the field directly across from Davidson River campground. Start time will be 10AM.

This event is also open to RUNNERS. Same course, same rest areas. Runners will leave the start/finish in a second wave 30 minutes after the cyclists.

The route: Black->Turkey Pen->Bradley->5015->Laurel->Pilot->476->S Mills->Buckhorn->Black

This event will be number three in the King of Pisgah points series and will be worth up to 200 points.

Event details and schedule

Sign in- Sunday 6:00am-9:30am

Racer meeting Sunday 9:45am

Start (bikes) Sunday 10:00am

Start (runners) Sunday 10:30am

Where
Please visit promoters website for more details, . NC
When
22nd May 2016 at 10 AM
Price
$40
Pisgah 111k

event date: 21st May 2016

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The PISGAH 111K is the ultimate cross-country-endurance mountain bike race. Racers follow a set 111 kilometer course on the finest trails and gravel roads Pisgah National Forest has to offer. The route includes over 11,000 feet of climbing along the way. This is a true mountain bike race with no map reading skills required, just follow the arrows.

There will be four Rest Areas along the way that will be stocked with water, food (PB&J, fruit, salty snacks, sweet snacks, Threshold Provisions bars), first aid, and neutral mechanical support. Riders may send drop bags to each Rest Area!

REGISTER HERE:

http://www.active.com/pisgah-forest-nc/cycling/mountain-biking-races/pisgah-111k-mountain-bike-race-2016

 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

Registration and sign-in open: Friday 5-10:00PM

Registration and sign in open: Saturday 5:30-7:30AM

Racer meeting: 7:45AM

Race start: 8:00AM

Raffle drawing: 2:00PM (you do not need to be present to win)

Race cutoff: 10:00PM

RULES:

1. Have Fun!

2. Racers must wear an approved cycling helmet at all times while on the bike.

3. Racers must complete the event on the bike they started on. No bike swaps during the event.

4. Racers may receive outside support only within 100′ of official rest areas.

5. Racers must stay in single-file except to pass.

6. Racers must obey all local traffic laws.

7. Racers leaving the fourth rest area after 6:00pm MUST HAVE AN EMERGENCY LIGHT mounted to either their helmet or handlebars. If you think you may need a light please pack it into your rest area four drop-bag.

8. The Race Director reserves the right to disqualify any rider for any reason deemed by race officials as unsportsmanlike or otherwise against the spirit of the event.

 

9. Rule infractions witnessed by Race Officials will result in disqualification.

 

10. Rule infractions NOT witnessed by Race Officials must be reported by members of TWO SEPARATE teams to be considered.

11. Protest period ends 30 minutes after the final team returns or 10:30PM Saturday, whichever comes first.

 

12. SIGN-IN  upon completion of the event (Please, this includes DNF riders).

VENUE:

Start/Finish will be in the field directly across the street from Davidson River Campground in Pisgah Forest, NC

DIRECTIONS:

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
35.28083, -82.7225
35°16’51″N, 82°43’21″W

From Asheville, North Carolina, take I-40 West to I-26 East to Exit 40 (Airport Road/Asheville Regional Airport), onto State Highway 280. Continue south 15.5 miles on 280 to Pisgah National Forest. Turn right at the intersection of Highway 280/64/276. Go north on 276 for 1 mile. Follow signs to Davidson River campground.

From Spartanburg, South Carolina, take I-26 West to Exit 40 (Airport Road/Asheville Regional Airport), onto State Highway 280. Continue south 15.5 miles on 280 to Pisgah National Forest. Turn right at the intersection of Highway 280/64/276. Go north on 276 for 1 mile. Follow signs to Davidson River campground.

From Charlotte, North Carolina, take I-85 South to Gastonia and exit at U.S. Highway 74 West. Merge with I-26 West to Exit 40 (Airport Road/Asheville Regional Airport), onto State Highway 280. Continue south 15.5 miles on 280 to Pisgah National Forest. Turn right at the intersection of Highway 280/64/276. Go north on 276 for 1 mile. Follow signs to Davidson River campground.

Where
Please visit promoters website for more details, . NC
When
21st May 2016
Price
$60
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Teams of two riders will race to reach 4 of 5 checkpoints, in any order, and return to the start/finish. Teams that reach all 5 checkpoints will be awarded a time bonus. Checkpoint locations will remain secret until start-time and there is no suggested route. Routes will vary between 50-80 miles, will include 9,000-15,000 feet of climbing, and should take 7-14 hours to complete.

The Pisgah Mountain Bike Adventure Race (PMBAR) will be held deep in the Pisgah National Forest, one of the most beautiful, rugged, and unforgiving areas in the nation. There will be little to no water or food support on course. Once you leave the start/finish you are on your own. There will be no drops, sag wagons, or other outside support available. Be prepared for any circumstances you may encounter including, but not limited to: medical emergencies, navigational errors, inoperable equipment, wild animals, and stinging/poisonous insects and plants.

 

PLEASE DO NOT UNDER-ESTIMATE THE EXTREME DIFFICULTY OF THIS EVENT.

We are looking forward to seeing old friends and new at the 14th Annual Pisgah Mountain Bike Adventure Race!

Event details and schedule

 

2016 Schedule of Events:

Sign-In and Gear Check:

10:00AM-5:00PM Friday May 6th at Liberty Bikes in Asheville and THE HUB in Brevard.

5:00PM-10:00PM Friday May 6

5:30AM-7:30AM Saturday May 7

Racer Meeting:

7:45AM Saturday May 7

Race Start:

8:00AM Saturday May 7

Final Cutoff:

10:00PM May 7.

Location: In the field directly across NC276 from Davidson River Campground in Pisgah Forest, NC.

1000 Pisgah Highway
Pisgah Forest, NC 28768

Directions:

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
35.28083, -82.7225
35°16’51″N, 82°43’21″W

From Asheville, North Carolina, take I-40 West to I-26 East to Exit 40 (Airport Road/Asheville Regional Airport), onto State Highway 280. Continue south 15.5 miles on 280 to Pisgah National Forest. Turn right at the intersection of Highway 280/64/276. Go north on 276 for 1 mile. Follow signs to Davidson River campground.

From Spartanburg, South Carolina, take I-26 West to Exit 40 (Airport Road/Asheville Regional Airport), onto State Highway 280. Continue south 15.5 miles on 280 to Pisgah National Forest. Turn right at the intersection of Highway 280/64/276. Go north on 276 for 1 mile. Follow signs to Davidson River campground.

From Charlotte, North Carolina, take I-85 South to Gastonia and exit at U.S. Highway 74 West. Merge with I-26 West to Exit 40 (Airport Road/Asheville Regional Airport), onto State Highway 280. Continue south 15.5 miles on 280 to Pisgah National Forest. Turn right at the intersection of Highway 280/64/276. Go north on 276 for 1 mile. Follow signs to Davidson River campground.

NO REFUNDS.

Brevard area Lodging:

The Sunset Motel 

Davidson River Campground 

Hampton Inn Brevard 

Holiday Inn Express Brevard 

 

PLEASE DO NOT UNDERESTIMATE THE EXTREME DIFFICULTY OF THIS EVENT.

We have very limited parking. Please consider leaving your car someplace other than the start/finish. For example, there are a few very large lots at the intersection of NC276 and NC280. We will also be directing half of all vehicles that arrive to the Ranger Station. Please be prepared for that possibility. Please show up early.

We will be selling raffle tickets (2 for $5) good for a chance at winning a set of Industry Nine Torch WHEELSET.  All proceeds will be donated to PISGAH AREA SORBA. Please bring cash or checks.

Sign-In, Gear check, raffle sales, and Race start will be at the field directly across the street from Davidson River Campground on NC276 in Pisgah Forest, NC.

 Sign-in and gear-check will be open from 5:00pm-10:00pm Friday and from 5:30am-7:30am on race day.

There will be a mandatory racer meeting at 7:45am

The Pisgah Mountain Bike Adventure Race will start at 8:00am

RACERS MUST WEAR THEIR HELMETS AT ALL TIMES WHILE RIDING.

Teams must carry ALL required gear during the race.

All gravel roads used in the Pisgah Mountain Bike Adventure Race will be OPEN to vehicle traffic. Please use common sense while on gravel roads. Stay to the right. Do not cut corners. Pass with care. Ride single file.

Raffle will be held at 6:00pm. You do not need to be present to win.

The final cutoff is 10:00pm. Racers coming in after that time will be DNF.

We will have burritos courtesy of Lucky Otter at the finish.

NO REFUNDS

 

REQUIRED GEAR:

        
      

Helmet. (1 per racer)~~~Racers must wear helmets AT ALL TIMES while they are riding their bikes. Uphill, Downhill, Gravel Road or Pavement. Racers not wearing a helmet while riding will be DQ’d.

Rain Jacket (1 per racer)

Water Filter or Iodine (1 per team)

Emergency blanket (1 per racer)

Timepiece (1 per team) ~~~Watch, cycling computer, telephone, any device with the correct time.

First Aid Kit w/ Gauze, Tape, Ace Bandage, etc. (1 per team)~~~ Be prepared.

Whistle (1 per racer)

Lighter (1 per team)

Compass or GPS unit (1 per team)

Red ‘Blinkie’ rear light (1 per racer)~~~ Riders must burn a tail-light anytime they are on pavement or gravel roads, day or night

Emergency Light Source (Flashlight, LED, etc.) (1 per racer)~~~ There is a good chance your team will be arriving at the start/finish after dark. Bring appropriate lighting to get off the trail.

Pisgah Map. (1 per team) ~~~We will use the Pisgah Map Company, South Pisgah, 4th edition map for all trail names, off-map vs. on-map trails, and for all protests. We recommend you either have this map or are very familiar with the difference between it and your Pisgah map. You can purchase the map here: http://www.pisgahproductions.com/product-category/other-stuff/

Bicycle. (1 per racer)~~~ You may not leave your bike behind. You must arrive at the checkpoints with all required gear including your bike.

 

This event is under special use permit with the U.S. Forest Service.

Where
Please visit promoters website for more details, . NC
When
7th May 2016 at 8 AM
Price
$190
Bootlegger 100

event date: 1st May 2016

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2nd Annual

Race #3 of the Appalachian Grinder Series

May 1, 2016

100 Miles of Appalachia!

100 mile dirt road ride with 8000+ feet of climbing (100 mile route). The ride starts and ends in downtown Lenoir North Carolina and travels through the beautiful and scenic Wilson’s Creek Gorge.

 

 

Course Design by Grava Bike Co’s Shawn Moore & Jeff Welch

 

Divisions:

Female <40

Female 40+

Male <30

Male 30 ~ 39

Male 40 ~ 49

Male 50 ~ 59

Male 60+

Singlespeed

 

Cost

$70 on-line $80 day of

Time

9am start!

 

Route *

The 100 Mile Route – http://ridewithgps.com/routes/6924656

Mandatory Gear

Helmet, Bike

 

Rules / Guidelines

Ride single file to the right when on open roads unless passing

Obey all traffic rules as all roads are open to vehicular & horse traffic

Riders may support other riders

Yield to horse traffic and ask for directions from rider

 

Registration Info:

5:00pm 4/29 On-line preregistration closes

7:30am ~ 8:30am 5/1 Day-of registration/check in will be open

9:00 am race starts

Itsyourrace.com provides mobile app technology that can push details including event schedules, directions to venue, parking info, and quick links to registration.

Link to online registration: https://www.itsyourrace.com/event.aspx?id=6772

Where
Please visit promoters website for more details, . NC
When
1st May 2016 at 9 AM
Price
$70 on-line $80 day of
Contact Info
Gardner Deal gdeal@bluemountainrevival.com http://www.bluemountainrevival.com/bo... https://www.itsyourrace.com/event.asp...
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Ride, Run or Walk! Choose from 3 long distance cycling routes or choose to run a 5K or 10K race, all of which are professionally timed. We also have a 1 mile fun run, perfect for all skill levels! Register before April 15th to guarantee you will receive an event t-shirt. All proceeds benefit, Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell County's Rainbow Kidz Program.
 

We are thrilled to announce the 6th Annual Timmy Belcher Memorial Rainbow Kidz Ride & Run, April 23rd!

Event Schedule:
April 22nd - Packet Pick-Up- 5-7:30pm at
Western Ave Baptist Church- Statesville, NC

April 23rd- Race Day
6:30am- Check-In & Day of Registration Begins
8:00am- All Riders Depart
8:15am- All Runners Depart
10:00am- Fun Run 
Award presentation for Runners will be timed accordingly as the winning runners cross the finish line.

Don't miss out on our fantastic raffle items!! Everything from compression socks, cycling shorts to gift cards!! Kids will also enjoy Becki the Balloon Lady!

Cyclists can choose from a 10/35/60 mile bike ride and enjoy a scenic ride through North Iredell County. Runners/Walkers can choose a 10K or 5K run through the beautiful neighborhoods surrounding Lakewood Park in Statesville, NC. All rides and the 10K and 5K are professionally timed through Blue Mountain Revival Productions, with real time results uploaded as you cross the finish line! Pull your race results up and print them to take with you, with our new kiosks! Personalize your own race bib and run in honor of someone special....or maybe you want to run in honor or your "new" self or that old pair of jeans that are now 2 sizes too small!

All proceeds will support Rainbow Kidz, a pediatric program of Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell County. Rainbow Kidz supports patients and families who are dealing with a life limiting illness or have experienced the loss of a loved one. The fastest growing portion of this program is the Grief Groups offered in our local schools. This past year alone, we served more than 300 children in 30 schools throughout Iredell County. More than 50% were suffering the loss of a parent.

The fine print:
**Rain or Shine Event** **10K Runners much complete their run in 1 hour, 30 minutes.**
**60 mile cyclist must complete their ride in 5 hours** **Riders and Runners who exceed the limited time will be offered a ride back to the starting line. If they choose to complete the route, it will be at their own risk and without Ride & Run Support.**

Where
Please visit promoters website for more details, . NC
When
23rd April 2016 at 8 AM
Price
$25
Contact Info
Hospice of Iredell County 704-873-4719 https://www.facebook.com/RainbowKidsR... https://rainbowkidzriderun.itsyourrac...
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Just a reminder that the trails at Bigleaf are not ready for riders but we do have some very good news with a date for the grand opening and the Salsa Cycles Demo Van will be at the opening as well!

Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting at New Local Par

Statesville, NC – Iredell County Parks, Recreation and Facility Services Department announced today that  they will host a Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at the new mountain bike and multi-use trail facility, Bigleaf Slopes Park.  The event will take place on April 23rd, from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm, at 341 Twin Oaks Road Statesville, NC 28625.  Festivities will include honorary guests, volunteer recognition, Salsa Cycles mountain bike demos, and an inaugural ride.  Light, healthy snacks, as well as water will be available for 
Additional details may be found at the Parks and Recreation website: 

http://www.co.iredell.nc.us/Departments/Recreation/

Bigleaf Slopes Park was established by an agreement between Iredell County and the Tarheel Trailblazers.   Members of the mountain bike organization approached Iredell County with a proposal to build the trail on County owned property, over the course of 3 years.  The property is approximately 104 acres of wooded and open-space land with significant diversity in plant species.  Most uniquely present is the Bigleaf Magnolia species, for which the park is named.  Magnolia macrophylla, the Bigleaf Magnolia, is a deciduous magnolia native to the southeastern United States and eastern Mexico. This species boasts the largest simple leaf and single flower of any native plant in North America.  
Phase I of the facility features 2.5 miles of varying degrees in difficulty of mountain biking and hiking trails.  
Plans for additional trails are scheduled for fall and winter of 2016 and 2017, to extend the total trail 
mileage to approximately 6 miles.  
Since 2013, over 1500 hours of volunteer community efforts have been contributed to the property, 
including topography assessment, trail design, and finally trail construction.  Wesley Davidson of First Flight Bikes in Statesville has been instrumental in coordinating the volunteer efforts on behalf of the Tarheel Trailblazers.  The development of this amazing new facility for Iredell County Parks and Recreation could not have been possible without the efforts of all of those dedicated volunteers.

 

Where
341 Twin Oaks Rd. , Statesville NC
When
23rd April 2016 at 10 AM
Price
FREE
Contact Info
Wesley 704-878-9683 https://www.facebook.com/events/10959...
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Come ride some Salsa bikes. The brand new Redpoint will be there as well!!!

Available bike models will include:
Ponyrustler x01 – s,m,l,xl   Spearfish slx – s,m,l,xl
Beargrease x01 – s,m,l,xl   Redpoint – s,m,l
Mariachi 2 – s,m,l,xl           Warbird 105 – 53,56,58t

For more information, contact:

First Flight Bicycles
216 S Center St
Statesville, NC 28677
(704) 878-9683
wes@firstflightbikes.com
OR
ethan@salsacycles.com

Where
341 Twin Oaks Rd. , Statesville NC
When
23rd April 2016 at 10 AM
Price
FREE
Contact Info
Wes 7048789683 https://www.facebook.com/events/25213...
Darby Roubaix

event date: 10th April 2016

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Mark your calendars——April 10, 2016!

Race #2 in the Appalachian Grinder Series

Formerly Tom Dula’s Revenge, Darby Roubaix is a fast 50 mile race on a mixed course of smooth road, smooth gravel and a gnarly, late race, up-hill climb. Sprint to the finish on Meadow Rd. and join us for a feast catered by Saddlebrook Grill on the grounds of Leatherwood Mountains Resort, Ferguson, NC.

Racer meeting – 8:50 a.m.

Race starts at 9:00 a.m. Sunday April 10, 2015

Packet Pick-up: Saturday night 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.   

Sunday morning 7:00 – 8:30 a.m.

Awards Begin at 1:00 p.m.

Cost: $70 online – $80 day of

Divisions:

Women <40

Women 40+

Men < 30

Men 30~39

Men 40~49

Men 50~59

Men 60+

Single Speed

Route: Link

Mandatory Gear:
Bike, Helmet, Rear-Facing Red Light

Rules:
Obey all traffic laws, you are on a open course.
Stay to the right in single file unless passing.
If horses are encountered, ask for direction from the equine rider.
Rider assisting rider is allowed.

 

Registration info:

12:00pm 4/9 Online registration closes

7:30am ~ 8:30am 4/10 Day-of registration / check-in open

9:00am race starts

Register at the below link:

http://www.itsyourrace.com/event.aspx?id=4933

Where
Please visit promoters website for more details, . NC
When
10th April 2016 at 9 AM
Price
Cost: $70 online – $80 day of
Contact Info
Gardner Deal gdeal@bluemountainrevival.com http://www.bluemountainrevival.com/da... http://www.itsyourrace.com/event.aspx...