Solo riders and relay teams compete for prizes and bragging rights. We'll give you a weekend of camping, mountain biking, laughing, and 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 fun. We'll start you off at high noon on Saturday and you'll be going around and around for 24 hours, straight on through the wee hours of the night and back into daylight again on Sunday. Or compete in the 8 hour event as a solo rider or as part of a 2-person team.
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. Come on out and get dirty with us!
COSTEarly Bird Price! $55 per person for the 8-hour event, $70 for the 24-hour event. Discount expires on June 16 at midnight.
$65 per person for the 8-hour event, $80 for the 24-hour event. It doesn't matter if you're riding solo or as part of a team.
We won't turn you away if you show up on race day, and haven't pre-registered. However, you'll have to pay $75 for the 8-hour event or $90 for the 24-hour event.
24 HOUR RACE CATEGORIES- Solo men & women
- 2 person team - two guys, two girls, a guy and a girl, whatever...
- 4 person team - four guys or four girls, whatever...
- 4 person mixed team - at least 1 female
- Corporate teams - 6-10 people of any age, sex, or fun factor
8-HOUR RACE CATEGORIES- Solo men & women
- 2 person team - two guys, two girls, a guy and a girl...
WHAT IS INCLUDED IN YOUR ENTRY FEE (all 8- and 24-hour riders)- Saturday night camping (no 5th wheels or RVs, please -- they jeopardize our arrangment
with MB Conservation)
- Race license and insurance
- Mid-race BBQ party courtesy of Northland Appliance Service
- Great memories
HOW TO REGISTEROnline registration coming soon!
START TIMESThe 8-hour race starts at 10:00 AM on Saturday, July 16. The 24-hour races starts at 12:00 noon. How soon you should get to the venue before that depends on how much time you think you need to get ready for the race. The course will be open for pre-riding by early evening on Friday.
PRIZES & AWARDSWe have some awesome sponsors already lined up, so the prizing will be great, too. More details to come.
INSURANCE & LICENSESIncluded in your registration fee is event insurance insuring all riders for the 24 Hours of Falcon Ridge mountain bike event. All riders will be required to submit a signed waiver form by the start of the event.
CAMPINGOn-site camping and access to the Falcon Ridge Ski Area's chalet is included as a part of your registration fee. Power will only be available for charging your headlights.
WHAT TO BRINGMandatory - well-tuned mountain bike, helmet, minimum 200 lumen headlight, backup headlight (Maglites or the like will work), red rear flasher
Suggested - alarm clock, tent/trailer, fully charged batteries, bike tools, spare tubes, sleeping bag, pillow, clothing in layers, towel, ear plugs, bug juice, sun block, personal hygiene stuff, shoes, etc.
BE PREPARED FOR ANY WEATHER...this is Manitoba!
If you forget something, the shops of Falcon Lake are just up the road.
WHAT NOT TO BRINGPets...we prefer that you leave your pets at home, but if you absolutely must bring them, leashes are mandatory as is poop patrol.
WHAT’S ON SITECamping, toilets, showers, electricity for recharging your headlights.
DIRECTIONS TO RACE SITEFalcon Ridge is located on Falcon Lake, Manitoba - just off the #1 highway, a 1.5 hour drive east from Winnipeg -- about 15 minutes from the Manitoba/Ontario border. Click to view/download a map.
Once you turn off Highway #1 into Falcon Lake, take the South Shore Road along the south end of the lake (past the golf course and the lumber yard). The race site and camping is located right at the end of the road, about a 15 minute drive from the highway.