Thursday, July 21, 2016

2016 - The Race That Was...

How's everyone today? We're only somewhat recovered from the weekend.

It's a good thing we didn't have the head/humidity we're currently experiencing in Winnipeg. Instead, we had probably the best racing conditions ever with temps in the low-mid 20s.

A few highlights:

  • The ABES 24-hour team, going hard for the full 24 hours to decisively claim the team category 
  • Jason Howden running away with the 24 hours solo title 
  • Emily Payne returning to the race, toughing it out to do 2 more laps after getting 5 stitches in her leg 
  • Allison Szeles driving all the way from Regina to throw it down
  • The second corner of the switchback decent - BERM! 
  • The Northland Appliances BBQ 
  • White Russians 

Thanks to all our sponsors and volunteers to made this race a reality. A lot of work and support goes into every facet of the event, a lot of which goes unnoticed. And thanks, of course, to all the racers who came out to participate.

The race results...

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Hey, hey good lookin'

Over the years the 24 Hours of Falcon Ridge t-shirts have become a favourite to collect. They're super cool and say, "check me out; I'm bad-ass!"

Only $25. Supply is limited.

You got to be there to get yours.

Monday, July 11, 2016

Less than a week away...

The course is looking to be in great shape thanks in large part to our friends with the South Whiteshell Mountain Bike Trail Group. Here's a sneak peak at the course which comes in about about 9 kms.

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Register online before Friday means you get to save $15 off the walk-up price. Don't miss out!

Monday, July 4, 2016

You can do it!

Interested, but not registered?

Well, if you've wondered about the 24 Hours of Falcon, questioned your ability to ride for 24 hours, or thought that you're simply not good enough, here's what you should know:

  • There's an 8-hour optiondespite the name you can enter the 8-hour category.
  • 8+hour or 24-category, you don't always need to be racing. In fact, the socializing between laps is arguably one of the best parts of coming out.
  • You don't need to be awesome. We've designed the race loop to be rideable by all types of riders. If you're awesome, you'll probably ride more laps. 

On that note, check out some footage from last year's event.

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