Dryer Rd Mtn Bike Time Trial

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6 years 11 months ago #41180 by TGS
TGS replied the topic: Re: Dryer Rd Mtn Bike Time Trial
Dude, bummer!:cry: Mothers day. Mom would be so pissed if I bailed on her for a stinkin' bike race.:twisted: Dryer is some serious stokage.

Ride fast and look good

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6 years 11 months ago #41138 by Scotto
Scotto created the topic: Dryer Rd Mtn Bike Time Trial
Location: Dryer Rd Park, Dryer Rd, Victor, NY. Directions
Date: Sunday May, 13th
Time: Sign In from 9:30-11:30. First racer starts at Noon. Racers start every 30 seconds.
Course: About 7 miles of twisting, turning singletrack with great descents and climbs All Categories race the same course.
Fee: $15 for Adults, Free for Kids 17 and younger!
Categories: Junior 12 and under, Junior 13-17, Rec Men, Comp Men, Women.
Registration: Online Pre-register only! at Bikereg.com. No day of race registration.
Awards: Very Cool custom award to the top racers.
Raffle Prizes: Racer only raffle of awesome Specialized brand products like shoes, tires and helmets!
All Proceed will be donated to the YMCA's Invest in Youth Campaign.

Here is the link to Park Ave's website which has links for directions and registration. PRE-REGISTRATION ONLY!

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