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TBF MTB 50 Miler (2013)

dates October 20, 2013
http://www.tbfracing.com/events/50milemtb.html Granite Bay, CA, USA [large map] 38.7632, -121.164
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TBF Racing presents the 4th Annual TBF MTB 50 Miler, an Endurance Mountain Bike Race at Granite Bay, Folsom Lake for Solo and Team Riders. The course features a fun, challenging combination of twisting single-track, wide double track and rolling cross-country with no time limit or fun limit and has a post race BBQ with pasta, burgers and chicken plus beer and ale on tap!

The TBF MTB 50 Miler will have for Solo Riders 10-year age groups: 19 and under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, and 60+ for male and female riders. There will be one Single Speed division for male and female Solo Riders.
For 2-person teams there will age divisions of Under-80, or Over-80 for male and female teams, with total age determining the division. There will be a Coed Division and Single Speed Division with no age groups.
For 4-person teams there will be age divisions of Under-160, or Over-160 for male and female teams with total age determining the division. There will be a Coed Division, which must have 2 female and 2 male riders, and a Single Speed Division, both with no age groups.

Web registration is available.

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Cost: Solo: $50 til December 1st, $60 til July 14, $70 til race day, $75 on race day Two person teams: $90 til December 1st, $100 til July 14, $120 til race day, $140 on race day Four person teams: $180 til December 1st, $200 til July 14, $220 til race day, $2
Course Description: The TBF MTB 50 Miler race course will have a 12.5 mile loop to complete four times on multi-use trails within the Granite Bay State Park on Folsom Lake. The course features a fun, challenging combination of twisting single-track, wide double track, rolling cross-country with some sand and a bit of pavement. The course is perfect for first-timers and exciting fun for all levels. Please be respectful of other trail users including hikers and equestrian riders in this state park. All events are rain or shine, the course is great to ride in all weather.


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