November 12, 2013 by Rohan Kini
This is it – the race of all MTB races. One hundred kilometers of cross country racing for the best of our athletes!
Categories for this race:
- Men – Cat 1
- Men – Cat 2
- Women (Open)
- Men (U 18)
- Women (U 18)
- Masters (above 35)
- Google driving directions to the Our Native Village – http://goo.gl/Ui4wC4
- The coordinates for Our Native village are http://goo.gl/0XTOCV
Warning : Google maps give 3 results on searching Our native village. The correct one is above
detailed route map
The race will end when the first rider completes the full course of 100km.
All other riders shall complete the lap they are riding when the first rider finishes.
All places will be decided based on laps completed in the fastest time.
The route will be marked with chalk and caution tape.
When marked with caution tape – we will put three pieces on the side of the track where a turn in that direction is imminent, and then several pieces of tape at and after the turn.
Riders will be advised to look ahead for the next piece of marker tape and NOT to look at their front wheel.
Marking long race routes like this is extremely hard and time consuming. Lost and grumbling riders are almost guaranteed. As usual, we will do our best to ensure this does not happen!
RACE NUTRITION / LUNCH
Although we have planned water, electrolyte and food enroute we would recommend thinking about your basic hydration and food for the race! Thats one of the exciting things about racing a 100km race – planning food and water.
AFTER RACE – IndiGEO will be sponsoring lunch at Our Native Village for everyone attempting the 100kms! Thanks IndiGeo.
Please do head over to the BBCh Supporters page and check out all the companies who are supporting our racing scene with product, prizes and services.
Riders Register here: http://bbch13-race10.doattend.com
Volunteers Register here: http://goo.gl/0uMtkQ
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