Posted by Editor on 06/24/10
TransRockies, a major sponsor of the 2010 Canadian Mountain Bike Championships has provided Rundle Mountain Cycling Club with six $500 registration credits for sale to the TransRockies or TR3 in 2010 or 2011. Returning to its origins with a brand new route from Fernie to Canmore, the TransRockies will offer riders a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience the most spectacular scenery in North America.
Setting new standards for multi-day biking events, TransRockies has unveiled a revised 400 kilometre continuous route through the high Canadian Rockies that includes the most singletrack, the biggest mountains, and the best and most complete rider support!
The 2010 TransRockies and TR3 are rapidly reaching their rider field so this may be your only way to secure a spot in one of these very popular events! For more information on the amazing TransRockies events, including new course and stage profiles, please visit www.transrockies.com.
To purchase your registration credit, please e-mail email@example.com. These are going on a first-come, first-served basis.
For a taste of what's in store... check out: www.youtube.com/watch?v=RrT4nXXYNbY&feature=autofb
Volunteers and Registration
Registration is now open at www.zone4.ca for all categories and the Short Track events.
Volunteers are still needed. If you're in the area, cheering or supporting, try a few hours of volunteering and earn yourself a free lunch and tickets to the sweet Wrap party.
More Short Track Information!
Short track information is now online. Click here for details.
The Short Track Clash for Cash (presented by Ascent Physical Therapy) is part of the larger Nationals Event Festival. This exciting event will start and finish in Downtown Canmore, right in front of the Canmore Hotel. The course will head down Main Street before climbing up to the Nordic Centre and returning downtown via Soft Yogurt, Devonian Drop and the Powerline Descent. This exciting event format will have wave starts of three riders, separated by one minute. More than 200 riders are expected with cash purses to the overall male and female winners.
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