Saturday, 8AM, we head south via tulips to Milltown Cycles. Milltown Ben and his guys will have the welcome mat set out for you... Once you've had your fill of all things Faribault, time to head North back to Harry's cafe, where you can belly up to the scratch kitchen for some great dining, and drinks. (courtesy drink/ desert tickets to the first 40 donations).
Recon'd the route today. Roads are in great shape, don't let the iffy picture concern you. It's allgood (specially for the fats). Unfortunately we are going to have to keep it between the lines, my gauntlet (secret trails, swamp, ditch, pasture, etc) options have been removed from the route for many reasons. Not to fret, you wont get cheated on the day.
- Parking is the overflow Walmart lot just north of Harry's.
- Registration is 7AM-8AM. We need to be quick so we can get the race on at 8.
- Registration, inside Harry's, sign waiver/ select your class M, F, or Fat, get number plate, tulip notes, and pickup your race gift. Bathroom available if you need it (you will).
- Swag Swap. Bring it to registration, and swap after the race at Harry's.
- Fundraiser... What an awesome opportunity to race a bike for free and use whatever funds you are able to contribute to something greater... Recommended donations are $20 for the FUNDRAISER, and $5-10 for event insurance and race overhead.
- Fundraiser- the first 40 people to donate at the race get a complimentary drink or desert ticket courtesy of Harry of Harry's Cafe.
- Chris Gibbs and C5 Photography will be documenting the race. His work is excellent.
- HealthSource Chiropractic will be at registration and demoing RockTape.
- Local newspaper covering the event... http://sunthisweek.com/
- Social, swag swap, awards- we have a corner table reserved in the bar from 2-5PM. Come speak the language with us LCR's and Milltown's...
NOTE- I know, you all are thinking he never mentioned anything about bike type or tires... MTB, Crossbike, warbirds, freebirds, 29rs, 26's, 650B/ recombant, studds, knobs, endos, furious freds... It's all good (at some point). "Riddle on" as we LCR's say.