Posted by Editoress on 09/10/11
The course for the Dukes Fall Epic 8 Hour at Hardwood Ski and Bike, Sept 24th is now marked and open for pre-riding!
The course is fast and flowing, with lots of very fun cut thru's and options to keep everybody entertained. Those familiar with the trails will find lots of surprizes.
The course map is posted on www.epic8hour.ca and available at Hardwood Front Desk. The Epic 8 Hour course is open for pre-riding during regular Hardwood hours of operation only, and regular trail fees apply until Friday Sept 23rd. Group discounts are available for teams and clubs. Please see the Hardwood website for complete hours and trail fees. www.hardwoodskiandbike.ca
Other Epic 8 Hour Notes:
• Cool Custom Epic 8 Hour Toques to the first 600 riders!
• Enter by Sept 17 and get your Team Name on personalized number plates!
• Cannondale and Dukes Cycle will once again host a "Warm Up" zone by the start, and be giving away the trainers at the end of the day as Draw Prizes.
• With the unfortunate cancellation of the Squeezer we are already seeing higher than expected registration. Entry will be limited to 800 riders, so be sure to enter soon.
For all the event details and easy On-Line Registration see www.epic8hour.ca.
We look forward to an awesome autumn day of fun and great riding!
Why an Epic 8?? The Epic 8 Hour Relay is all about the camaraderie, sportsmanship and the gritty, hard-core enjoyment of riding with friends. The Epic 8 Hour relay is a personal and team challenge to complete as many laps as possible from 10 am to 6 pm. Many riders prefer the 8 hour format for a solo challenge, but the majority of riders still enjoy the mix of fun, fast riding and the competitive (or not so competitive), social team atmosphere. Whether riding just for fun, or vying for a podium spot in your category, the Epic 8 Hour will be a memorable experience!
For all the event details and registration see www.epic8hour.ca.
We look forward to an awesome fall day of fun and great riding!
Glenn Meeuwisse, Pulse Racing Inc.
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