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4th Annual
6 Hour Grind on the Greenway Mountain Bike Challenge
Saturday, April 23, 2011
Anne Springs Close Greenway
Ft Mill, SC
www.charlottemtnbike.com

Great racing....neutral support...fun trails....lots of food...and YES...cold beer! :thumbsup:

Don't let the name fool you. The 6 Hour Grind on the "Greenway" is a 6 hour singletrack
mountain bike race, with 805 ft of elevation per lap, that will challenge participants both physically and mentally.

When?
Saturday, April 23, 2010 from 11AM to 5PM.
Early online event registration through April 22
Day of registration: 8:30AM to 10:30AM

Where?
The event will be held at Anne Springs Close Greenway mountain bike trails. The start/finish location will be at the Field Trial Barn. The course distance will be roughly 9 miles of awesome singletrack with a elevation gain of 805 ft at the 2300 acre park.
Course Map and Elevation are available on the website.

Who?
Open to all, with 8 solo and 3 duo categories!

REGISTRATION IS OPEN - Register early and save $$$
Early Bird Special online registration will be open until March 1.
Standard online registration will be available March 1 - April 22
Day of registration will be available from 8:30AM to 10:30AM on race day.
Race registration forms are also available at Queen City Bicycles and TrySports Charlotte.

Event t-shirts ONLY guaranteed to those who pre-register.

POST EVENT
After the event, enjoy great food and Olde Mecklenburg Brewery beer with your race friends, family and race competitors. Plans are to fire up the grill and break out the brews at 3:30PM. Awards ceremony to be held at 5:30PM.

For online registration, visit
http://www.charlottemtnbike.com/Grin...gistration.htm

Camping is available Anne Springs Close Greenway but not at the race staging area.

For more info, visit www.charlottemtnbike.com
 

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Hey gang.....a little change of plans for food after the event. In the past, we have cooked spaghetti after the race. This year, we are breaking out the grill and cooking burgers and hot dogs, plus having beans, green beans, corn, pasta and chips. After riding around Warrior Creek for several hours smelling the grill, I wanted to make the change, so burgers and dogs it is. Grillin will be great with a good Ole Meck Brewery frosty beverage after 6 hours of riding.

Keep your fingers crossed for great weather.:thumbsup:

Neal
 
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