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TBF MTB 50 Miler (2010)

dates October 24, 2010
http://www.tbfracing.com/ Granite Bay, CA, USA [large map] 38.7632, -121.164
World http://www.tbfracing.com/
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TBF Racing presents the 2nd Annual TBF MTB 50 Miler, an Endurance Mountain Bike Race at Granite Bay on Folsom Lake. The TBF MTB 50 Miler is mountain bike racing for everyone. The course features a fun, challenging combination of twisting single-track, wide double track and rolling cross-country. The event will be limited to 200 riders/teams for 2010.

The TBF MTB 50 Miler is back for a second year with a super-well marked 12.5 mile loop course for solo riders, teams of two, or teams of four. This year the race will be limited to the first 200 riders/teams. Awards will be given 5-deep for Solo Riders in each division, and 3-deep for teams of 2 or 4 riders. Included with entry fee is custom race shirt, and TBF MTB 50 Miler Hat, chance for raffle prizes and post race Beer BBQ featuring a selection of beers with burgers, hot dogs, and barbecued chicken, salads, fruits and beverages.

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Cost: Solo: $50. $60 on race day Two-person teams: $90. $100 on race day Four-person teams: $160. $200 on race day.
Course Description: Our 12.5 mile course will be exciting for all levels of riders. The course begins with a start loop around the parking lot on the crushed granite. This loop comes out near the finish line, but will veer left into the parking lot and out onto the single-track trails. The single-track portion of the course continues out around the lake, climbing and descending, twisting and winding, all the way out to Doton’s Point. It returns with more climbing and some scenic downhill sections that lead back to a small sandy stretch right before the start loop. Each lap will then finish with this same loop around the parking lot on the crushed granite before entering the finish chute and the rider exchange area which will be located along the lake.


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