Posted by Editor on 03/24/14
Join us for a wild ride on 25 kilometres of awesome trail through the Wildwood Forest in support of The Lung Association ... it will leave you breathless!
The Wild Ride Mountain Bike Festival will take place on Saturday, June 14th, at the Wildwood Conservation Area in St. Marys, Ontario. The OCA has given us a Charity/Citizen sanction so anyone is eligible to enter the race.
No matter your skill level, the point of the day is to HAVE FUN! Grab your family and friends and head out on the trail, be competitive or take it easy, the choice is up to you.
The Wildwood Lake Trail is 25 kilometres long, looping all the way around the Wildwood Reservoir. The north section of the trail is double track and this is where the race will begin. The south section of the trail is single track and this is where things will really start to get wild. The trail covers flat and rugged terrain with areas of steep hills, exposed roots and rocks.
At the end of the day, we will tally the best time for each rider on your team, take the average and give you your score. Sweet and Simple, best time 'round the loop wins! For you solo riders, your best time is your only time so ride wild!
9:00am Rider Check-In Opens
All riders, kids too, must check in and sign their waiver(s), deliver any pledge money and receive their bike plate that must be visible at all times on the course.
10:45am Rider Meeting
All riders must attend this meeting. Important!
11:00am Race Time
First heat of riders to attack the course. Includes Solo and Team Racers.
11:45pm Prepare for Wild Kids
Gather your children, we are about to unleash Wild Kids - races start at 12:00pm
2:00pm Awards Ceremony
We will honour our Top Fundraisers first, of course, and then it's on to the medals. Draw prizes round out the day with a big congratulatory cheer to one and all for making this event such a great success in support of The Lung Association.
$50 Registration Fee - REGISTRATION is FREE if you raise $300 in pledges in support of The Lung Association. For more information and to register, visit the website.
* Demos and Exhibitors * Community BBQ * Camping Available
Questions? Contact Tracy @ 519-271-7500 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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