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April 26/15 18:36 pm - Orecrusher Ready to Roll (B.C.)

Posted by Editor on 04/26/15

The Orecrusher is a multi-lap, classic cross-country mountain bike race through the Cheekeye Fan single-track trails of Brackendale. The Orecrusher, held on May 9th, is the first of the year in the Test of Metal Group of Events and is a great warm-up for the mountain bike race season. More information about the Orecrusher can be found Here.

Register here

Orecrusher is pleased to be presented by Coast Aggregates Ltd. Orecrusher sends its great appreciation to this new sponsor for helping making this race possible.

Orecrusher also has a new race director this year, Darcy Reimer, an avid Squamish mountain biker who has surrounded himself with a great organizing team.

Test of Metal Relay Race
Registration is still open for the Test of Metal Relay Race for two-person teams. The relay will be a one-time only event as part of the 20th anniversary celebrations. The price for a team of two is $180 (plus GST) and does not include a t-shirt. The Relay is open for registration. Please E-mail to receive a token to enter.

4-Pack, 3-Pack, Gearjammer and JABR Registration
The Test of Metal is sold out for single-race registration, however, there are still a limited number of 4-Packs available.

The 4-Pack includes entry to the Test of Metal, the Orecrusher, the Gearjammer and Just Another Bike Race (JABR). The price for the 4-Pack is $224 (plus GST), a 20% discount from the regular price of the four races if entries were purchased individually.

A 3-Pack registration for the Orecrusher, the Gearjammer and Just Another Bike Race (JABR) is another option and is priced at $120 (plus GST).

Also note that single-race registration is now open for the for the Gearjammer and JABR.


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