Posted by Editoress on 07/6/04
24 Hours of Adrenalin Announces Ontario Venue
Courtesy twenty4 sports
Twenty4 Sports announces that The Ganaraska Forest will play host to this year's 24 Hours of Adrenalin on our historical weekend of August 21st & 22nd.
More inforamtion about Ganaraska Forest
The 10,500-acre Ganaraska Forest spreads across the northern sectors of Clarington and Hope Township and is a year round multi-use recreational area.
The Ganaraska Forest offers 100 plus kilometers of trails and is located a few kilometres north-east of the Village of Kendal (85 km is the driving distance taken from the Ganaraska Forest flyer). Using downtown Toronto as a marker, the driving distance is less than five miles more than to the previous venue. This will provide us with greater options when designing the course. www.grca.on.ca
24 Hours of AdrenalinÃ‹â„¢ welcomes Alpha Racing along with twenty4 sports as working partners in this years Ontario event. For years the Martyn family has been a fixture of the local mountain bike community.
Join Alpha Racing the Saturday before (August 15th) as they present the Ã¢â‚¬Å¾Crazy 8Ã¢â‚¬Å¡sÃ¢â‚¬Â° 8-hour relay at the farm. A great warm up for the following weekend! www.alpharacing.com
WSC - 24 Hours of AdrenalinÃ‹â„¢ World Solo Championships
Training for and competing in a 24 Hours of AdrenalinÃ‹â„¢ event can be a major goal and accomplishment for everyone. However, for solo athletes looking to not only challenge themselves, but reach for an opportunity to compete at the highest level, our Ontario event will provide you with the only sanctioned WSC qualifying event. In the past athletes could travel to either Ontario event with hopes of traveling to the WSC. This year we realize that due to our deletion of the Kelso event and uncertainties with the Ontario venue there is a smaller window to qualify.
We are excited to announce the addition of a 12 hour solo category that will provide both elite and age group slots for the 2004 WSC held in Whistler, BC on the September 4th / 5th weekend.
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