|June 2, 2012|
|1:00 pm||to||5:00 pm|
Produced in conjunction with the “Buffalo Stampede” trail running race, this beautiful and scenic mountain bike course is designed and maintained by the Buffalo Riders. This annual race is a charity event that benefits the South Buffalo Fire and Rescue Squad. This mountain biking event is NOT your ordinary bike race. These trails were designed and chosen because of their difficulty. Bikers must carry whatever fluids or food they will need for the entire course. The course is very hilly and is mostly single track trails or quad trails. There are natural and man-made bridges, big timber, boulder fields, many stream crossings, and Buffalo creek. PLUS, lung-busting climbs, bombing downhills, and a tunnel! What more could you ask for?
You pick your poison. The novice course is 5 miles of challenging terrain. The advanced course is 14.4 miles of the most brutal and challenging single track you will ever do. We guarantee this! The expert course is 19.4 miles and…let’s put it this way, many people who register for the expert course quit after the advanced course.
Note: Due to the technical nature of the course, as well as the varied skill levels of its riders, the race is a time trial format with a staggered interval start. Two riders start every 60 seconds, helping to spread people out on the course and prevent bottlenecks on the single track.
207 Iorn Bridge Road
Sarver, PA 16055
Payment required – 5 mi: $30 14.4 mi: $40 19.4 mi: $50
For more info, visit American Adventure Sports.