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While WNYMBA members love racing in general and particularly those fine groups in Western New York like Single Track Racing and HeartRateUp who run races in WNY, WNYMBA doesn't actually run or sanction races ourselves and our insurance company has "strongly suggested" that we tell you that. So there, we told you!


 

The Single Track Stampede II was a hit!!
Written by Scotto   
Monday, 15 August 2011 15:10

FINAL RESULTS

The STSII is in the books and it was a huge success.  We had 95 racers and close to 40 kids come out and race.  I think everyone that came out had a great time.  There is no way we could of pulled off this event if it wasn't for our sponsors:

MUD

SLIDERS

EASTERN MOUNTAIN SPORTS

KISSING BRIDGE

CRANKSKINS

COLDEN COUNTRY INN

WNYMBA

We paid out cash prizes totaling over $1500 and almost $2000 in merchandise.  Plus great food and drink and a great festival atmosphere topped off with perfect weather and trail conditions made the whole day wonderful.  Full results should be complete and posted by tonight.  Thanks again to all that came out and made the STSII a great event.  I can't wait for STSIII.  Here is a link to the photos that EJ from CRANKSKINS took:  CLICK HERE

 

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