LapQuest At Stub (Buxton)
May 27, 2017 from 8:30 am - 3:00 pm
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WHAT – LapQuest at Stub is a fun 4-hour non-race race event (i.e. a challenging group ride & social event).
WHAT to Expect – Lots of fun.
LapQuest is a ‘grassroots’ fun event. No prizes, no maps, and no awards.
Everyone starts at the same time with the goal of completing as many laps as possible in 4 hours.
LapQuest is a celebration of the trails we have built, the joy of mountain bike riding, and having fun with friends.
This event will challenge your fitness, wayfinding skills, and your riding skills.
Come prepared and be self-supported.
Times and laps (i.e. lap-tokens) will be self-recorded.
You can earn ‘bragging rights’ if you rack up more laps and better times than your buddies.
BONUS, no matter how many laps you complete, everyone will finish at the same time and enjoy a BBQ social (thanks to our sponsors).
WHY – This event is a REWARD for all the hardworking volunteers who have spent years building this trail system at Stub Stewart.
WHEN – May 27, 2017
Sign-in at 8:30
Start at 9 AM
Finish at 1 PM
BBQ social at Buxton Trail Head shelter 1-3 PM
MAP – There will be no maps. Thus you should pre-ride the route OR- join us for a trail project. See ‘WHY’ above.
GOAL – To rack up as many laps as you can within 4 hours. Each lap takes about 1 hour unless you are crazy fast.
ADMISSION: Trail Work. If you haven’t volunteered at Stub there are multiple opportunities to do so (see NWTA calendar).
SIGN UP to reserve your place at LapQuest