Harris Hill Hustle

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3 years 2 months ago #44798 by twright
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Pint glasses are in... get yours and your raffle ticket for Vegas by registering online for the Hustle.. just got a bunch of swag for giveaways as well... socks, waterbottles, tshirts, gift certificates. wine slushies basket, bike saddles, will be sipping a wide assortment of beverages including Chautauqua's own Southern Tier Brew..

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3 years 2 months ago #44797 by twright
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register for the best mountain bike race in Chautauqua County this year... (well, I guess the only one..)

singletrackracing.com/the-hustle/

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3 years 2 months ago #44796 by twright
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Weather looking good so far for next week, the first 60 registered racers guaranteed pint glass. after that you may need to beg...

don't forget the raffle, and the food menu appears to be expanding,, even if you don't want to race, show up, help out, ride a bit after...

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3 years 3 months ago #44795 by twright
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The Hustle is less than two weeks away ... one lucky person will be winning a 7 night stay in Las Vegas... if you can't make the race. you can get in on the chance and support HHE by buying a raffle ticket or two.. $5 a chance, there will only be a total of 250 raffle tickets so odds are pretty dang good.

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3 years 3 months ago #44794 by twright
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HHE has seen some generous donations of projects and time this week. Specialized Demo trailer and Hollyloft, we had over 35 people out there.... Had a fantastic pavilion donated, and just today Greg Snow came to help with the skills loop development with his Kubota.... skills loop just might be ready by Hustle time...




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3 years 3 months ago #44792 by twright
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Race the Hustle get a chance to win a week in Las Vegas.

Come race the Harris Hill Hustle on Saturday Sept. 20th and along with your race you get food and drink as well as a raffle ticket – the prize is a 7 night stay in Las Vegas or $150 dollars. Additional raffle chances are available for $5… there will only be a total of 250….. So get over to www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=23272 and register, bring an extra fiver (or two) to the race and double (triple) your chances of winning.

Bootleg Canyon (home of the demo portion of Interbike) is only a 30 min. drive. Blue Diamond is also 30 min away. Several prime riding destinations are only a 3 hour drive away. Tired of riding… well, you should be able to find something to keep you busy in Vegas.

(Prize is a week stay at our timeshare, if you win, we can be pretty flexible and will sort out when you want/can go…Prize is only for the hotel stay. Winner is responsible for travel costs, food, bail $ and such…If you have no ability or desire to travel you can replace the stay with $150 in cash.)

Only 250 total tickets will be sold, each registered racer will get one free, and extras are available for $5… all proceeds will go to the continued development and maintenance of the Harris Hill Ext and events like this.

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