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Youth Mountain Bike Racing

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Race Update: At Wednesday’s mountain bike race, we have added a new 8 and under category (6, 7, 8 yr. olds) with an alternate course.

Children should have experience trail riding and parents are encouraged to ride with their child. The race start time remains the same at 5:30, registration closes at 5:15. For weather concerns or updates check back here or TYO facebook page.

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Wednesday at Wakefield Race Dates Announced and TYO once again leads the Junior Race Series!

Registration is only available day of the race and closes at 5:15, race start is 5:30.

 

Are you a junior rider looking for a group to ride with and train with? Then email Julie@trailsforyouth.org as the TYO team is forming now.

The W@W Cross-Country (XC) multi-lap course (that borders on being a super-sized short track) takes riders through Wakefield Park. For more details and to register for the series, visit the PVC website W@W page.

The 2014 W@W Series schedule includes the following dates:

  • W@W Race #1 — Wednesday, June 18, 2014
  • W@W Race #2 — Wednesday, June 25, 2014
  • W@W Race #3 — Wednesday, July 02, 2014
  • W@W Race #4 — Wednesday, July 09, 2014

The rain days for 2014 (hopefully we don’t have to use these) includes the following dates:

  • W@W Rain Day #1 — Wednesday, July 16, 2014
  • W@W Rain Day #2 — Wednesday, July 23, 2014PVC.Logo.Small

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Jbombr_LR2014 SAVE THE DATES: Registration Opens in August.

                  • September 21

                  • September 28

                  • October 5

COURSE MAP

Recognizing that kids want the additional challenges of competitive organized sports, TrailsforYouth.Org has partnered with several current race organizers to include a junior race component and developed a Youth Only Mountain Bike Series. With this series, young riders can unleash their competitive side and challenge themselves.     Providing this level of riding creates an opportunity for the more experienced bikers to challenge themselves, and furthers our mission to provide opportunities for more kids to be active outdoors.    

Ready...set....GO!And for those children who want to compete, but don’t have the opportunity or equipment necessary, TrailsforYouth.Org can provide access to bikes, as well as mentor-led rides to develop skills, confidence and experience.     

The generous support of our donors allows us to provide scholarships to children who otherwise wouldn’t be able to participate.   

All racers MUST wear a helmet and TrailsforYouth.Org recommends that all riders pre-ride the race course prior to each race.