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24 Hrs Round the Clock Spokane WA
24 Hours Round the Clock
NORBA Northwest Regional Championship and Washington State Championship
May 27-28, 2006
7 Mile Airstrip, Riverside State Park - Spokane, WA
The "Round the Clock" 24 hour event is a team relay mountain bike race, beginning at noon on Saturday and ending at noon on Sunday. Teams compete for medals, prizes and bragging rights.
Plan your Memorial Day weekend now and make the first 3 day weekend of the summer seriously memorable. We'll give you a weekend of camping, mountain biking, laughing, huffing and puffing that you'll never forget. Go it alone or get a team together with your friends, their friends and anyone else who wants to have nothin' but fun for 2 solid days. We'll start you off at High Noon on Saturday and you'll be going round and round for 24 hours, straight on through the wee hours of the night and back into day again on Sunday.
Anyone who can ride a bike can do this….your team decides how many laps each person does…one or a whole bunch. So bring your camping gear, bike gear and whatever else will keep you going for 24 hours..then come on out and get dirty with us!
24 Hour Race Categories
Solo Men & Women - $235
Solo Single Speed: One gear, one guy, 24 hours - $235
2 person elite team: Two guys, two girls, a guy and a girl, whatever you’re crazy enough to do. - $335
4 person elite male - $435
4 person elite masters 30+ - $435
5 person juniors (18 & under) - $335
5 person co-ed: At least one male and one female per team - $535
5 person open age: Add up your ages and they equal one of 4 combined age groups - $535
(100-149, 150-199, 200+)
5 person all female: Just for le femme - $535
Corporate Teams: 6-10 people of any age, sex or fun factor - $635
Police/Fire/Military Team: Use the excuse…it’s for a training day! 6-10 people - $635
HOW TO REGISTER:
Online - Click Here
1 Team captain to fill out registration form for team and send it in with payment by dates listed on registration form.
2 Team captain collects all other completed team member registrations and sends them in one envelope together. Individual team member registrations mailed separately will not be accepted. If t-shirt sizes are not filled out for each member, we will assign a size for them.
3 Team captain includes information on the volunteer name and t-shirt size on his/her registration form.
A 50% entry fee deposit is required by May 1st to hold your team entry. Balance is required by May 19th. Click here to register online.
WHAT'S INCLUDED IN YOUR ENTRY FEES
Team Pit Area (camping)
Post event pasta party
PRIZES & AWARDS
24 Hours Round the Clock jersey to all first place winners
Medals 3 deep
Cash for top 3 solo category
Best costume award
Best campsite award
INSURANCE & LICENSES
All riders must have a NORBA license to ride. Available onsite for $5 each. Insurance comes with your license purchase.
Each team is required to provide one volunteer for a 4 hour shift. Volunteers receive an event tshirt, midnight feed & post event pasta feed ticket.
Camping is available onsite and broken into 3 categories. 1)Solo/quiet camping, 2)RV/Generator camping, 3)Free for all tents & RV’s where teams with multiple vehicles can camp together. Camping is on first come, first served basis and site selection opens at 9am on Friday, May 26th.
Gates open for camp site selection
Course open for inspection
Race Packet Pick-Up/Expo Area Open/Volunteer Sign-up
Expo Areas Open
Late packet pick-up
Volunteer Meeting (Mandatory)
Pre-Race Captain’s Meeting (mandatory)
Le Mans Start
Lights go on bikes
Midnight Feed hosted by David’s Pizza Chicken Wings & Baked Taters
Rental Light Return/Expo Areas Open
Last Rider allowed to start last lap
Michael Angelo’s Pasta Party hosted by David’s Pizza
WHAT TO BRING
Alarm clock, tent, minimum 6w lights, backup headlight (mag lights will work), fully charged batteries, red rear flasher, spare tubes, sleeping bag, pad, pillow, clothing in layers, helmets, towels, ear plugs, bug juice, sun block, personal hygiene stuff, bike, shoes, etc. BE PREPARED.....spring weather in Spokane can be ever changing!
WHAT’S ON SITE
Camping, Limited Food Vendors, Port-o-lets, Water
Nite Rider will be on site with charging equipment for those using Nite Rider lighting systems. There will be electricity available for charging your lights, however you must bring your own power strip.
DIRECTIONS TO RACE SITE
From I-90 heading east: Take the Maple St exit and go north on Walnut for 4.5 miles. At the major intersection of Francis, go left. Continue for 2 miles and Francis becomes Hwy 291. Continue on 291 approximately 3 miles. Turn left on 7 Mile Rd. Go across the 7 mile bridge and take the first left. Look for signs to the start and camping area.
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... yes but the ones that are not in denver sound like more fun
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