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WNYMBA Fest 2013
Written by Sliders Guy   
Tuesday, 30 April 2013 16:23

WNYMBA Mountain Bike Festival & Single Track Stampede Race

August 23 - 25,2013 - Sprague Brook Park

REGISTER    HERE!   

$45 Festival Weekend Pass    - Per Person
Price includes primitive camping on grass, 2 meals, Festival Give-Away item, events, contests and entertainment.
$125    Festival Weekend Pass - Family of 4
Prices include: Primitive camping on the grass, 2 meals, Festival Give-Away item, events, contests and entertainment.
$33    Single Track Stampede IV - Seperate Registration required.
Price includes race entry, give-away, awards ceremony and dinner. Register for the fest first and get a coupon code for the race.
$15    Primitive Camping on Grass - per night.
Camp over night Friday or Saturday night and skip the drive home.
$10  Saturday Night Dinner
$5    Blues Band and Raffle  
$6    Sunday Breakfast


Primative Camping is Included. Additional private sites are available: Sprague Brook Park Site Camping - Erie County Parks

If you have a camper or would like electric service you can book a site through Erie County Parks. With 123 campsites (Sites 1-30 electric, 31-123 non-electric), Sprague Brook has a lot to offer the recreational camper midst its towering trees and freshwater lake. Camping reservations can be made year-round by calling (716) 858-8355 Monday- Friday 8:00 - 3:45.

$22/night for Site with Electric, Table and Fire Ring.

$15/night for Site with Table and Fire Ring.

Call: 716-858-8355 for Reservations

PARK MAP



Festival Contacts:

Festival Chairman - (General Event Info and Volunteers)
WNYMBA Vice President – Greg Culver
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(716) 867-9639 Mobile
(716) 941-3336 Shop

Single Track Stampede - (Race and Events Info)
WNYMBA Race Director - Scott Jezoirski
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Marketing and Sponsorships - (Sponsor and Advertising Info)
Corporate Sponsor Gateway Printing - Rory Rinaldi
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Schedule of Events - Subject to change

Friday August 23, 2013 - Registration and Check-in Starts at 4pm

9:00pm - Night Group Ride – Meet at X-Country Hut. Bring your lights!

Saturday August 24, 2013 - Registration and Check-in Opens at 9am

10:00 - am Vendor area Open

10:00 am – 1:00pm Group Rides, Skills Clinics

1:00pm Up & Down Relay

2:00pm Bike Toss, Wheelie Contest

3:30pm – 5:00pm Kids Race run by John Roden and Zippy Wheels

6:00pm - 8:00pm Dinner

8:00pm - 10:30pm Jony James Band

Sunday August 25, 2013

8:00am - 10:00am Breakfast - Morning Group Ride - Meet at WNYMBA Tent

10:00am Vendor area and Bike Corral Open

Single Track Stampede IV - New Course for 2013!

RACE REGISTRATION HERE!

9:55 am Racers Meeting.

10:00 am Expert start

10:01am Sport start

10:02am Beginner start

Last expert should be done by 1:30pm. Timer’s tent and finish line will be located in grassy area by X-country hut.
Approximately 125 racers expected.

2:30 - 4:30pm STSIV Post Race Dinner followed by awards ceremony.

4:00pm Vendor Area and Bike Corral Close

Sponship and Vendor Space Information

Preferred - $50.00 10 x 10 Vendor Space Saturday and Sunday

Small Business Sponsor - $100.00 Cash & prizes 10 x 10 Space

Corporate Sponsor - $250.00 Cash & prizes10 x 10 Space, Promo Package

Corral Space - $15 - Bring your own set-up. Saturday and Sunday

 

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