Posted by on 04/6/09
substance projects continues blazing new mountain bike racing trails for its Southern Ontario 2009 season
Mountain bike racers will support local food banks and charities while being challenged by five marathons that will take them through original trails and fresh combinations.
On May 17, 2009, substance projects launches its 2009 season with a challenging mountain bike marathon and half marathon lap at Horseshoe Valley.
Riders will want to register now at www.substanceprojects.com for early bird discounts.
From May through September 2009, substance projects will be offering races that are more than just a bike ride. Events at Horseshoe Valley, Mansfield and Ganaraska will feature original trails and fresh combinations of technical single and double track over a variety of fun and challenging terrains.
Participants will have the opportunity to donate non-perishable food items to the local community's Daily Bread food bank.
Fruit, water and energy drinks will be supplied at neutral feed-zones along each course.
substance projects fuses founder Dan Marshall's passions for mountain bike racing, well-organized biking events and charitable work. He created substance projects to provide mountain bike racers with the opportunity to experience a new kind of racing event while making a difference in the community.
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