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Our sister chapter TORC is putting on a time trial at The Beaverdam Trail on Sunday September 14th.

 

 

The 2014 Beaverdam South Loop Time Trial will be a time trial race in Beaverdam, the route is South Loop, one hot lap counterclockwise.   

When:   
Sunday, September 14th. bib pickup @9 am
Same format as the Crabtree TT, first come, first race.
First racer starts @ 10 am, last racer @ 2 pm, winners announced by 3 pm.

Where:   
14600 Creedmoor RdWake Forest, NC 27587

If coming from the north on Hwy 50, take a left into the BD Recreation Area and if coming from the South, take a right, signs will be posted to direct you to parking areas within the park.

Parking:
It is $6 per car to park at Beaverdam, we encourage you to carpool.

Race Fees:
$20 non-TORC members or $15 for TORC members (must have a current membership, if you aren’t sure, check your status at www.imba.com).

$10 for one do-over lap (if you want to give it a second chance, buy the do-over lap so you can pick the best of both times)
You MUST register on-line! No registration is allowed at Beaverdam (it’s a state park, no money can be exchanged there).

Schedule and Timing:
Bib pickup/Sign-in begins at 9:00 AM at the entrance of South Loop.
Race Start: 10:00 AM for the first racer, subsequent racers will be staggered 1-2 minutes of each other.  Racers will do their laps by first come, first serve.  The last racer must start their lap by 2:00 PM.  Winners will be announced by 3:00 PM. THIS IS FIRST COME/FIRST RACE, you get to decide when you want to start but don’t wait too long to get going!

Categories:
Expert Men
Open Men (19-29)
Open Men (30-44)
Open Men (45+)
Open Women
Singlespeed
Juniors (14-18)
Kids (race free, race course will shorter or they have the option to do the entire South Loop as long as a parent or guardian is riding with them)

Amenities:
There will be water and some snacks available for racers. Please remember to bring a hydration pack or your own water bottle as we do not supply plastic cups.

Awards:
There will either be cash or swag for the top finishers in each category and possibly more. Stay tuned.

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Pertaining to the Hiking trail section at Brunswick Nature Park:

Unfortunately, Brunswick Parks and Rec has been receiving more phone calls in regards to bikers on the hiking trails at Brunswick Nature Park. Many of us ride the hiking trails even though we know they are not for biking. And even though many of us have enough respect to stop and pull off the trail or slow down and give right of way to the hikers, we are still in the wrong.

In order for Brunswick Nature Park to continue to operate as a public park and mountain bike park, everyone must start adhering to the rules or we could lose a beautiful place we have worked so hard to build and maintain.

Sadly, it seems no one but Cape Fear SORBA takes the time and efforts to maintain these trails and ultimately, the hiking trails will not be in the awesome shape they continue to be in without us. It would be in our club’s best interests, and the rest of the public’s, whether they realize it or not, to refrain from using the hiking trails to ride on.

Until we can figure out how to possibly reroute sections away from the water, convince Brunswick Co. and Coastal Land Trust to let us share the hiking trails, we really need to respect and appreciate what we have been generously given and let the hikers have their way. Otherwise, we risk losing this great trail and we will have no options in town when Blue Clay is not open.

Thanks to everyone for their respect and help in this matter.

-Cape Fear SORBA BOARD

Today was a special day as the new Browns Creek Nature Park and Bicycle Trail, in Elizabethtown, officially opened to the public.  The best way to break in the new trail is to ride, run, or hike these 5+miles of trail!  And watch out, there are a “few” hills to climb on this trail:-)

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Cape Fear SORBA’s first Trail Buddies event at Brunswick Nature Park, this past Saturday, was a HUGE Success!  We were excited to serve over 20 Burmese kids  plus many more adults from First Baptist Church, Wilmington’s Refugee Ministry.  Thanks to Charlie Goodrich, Steve Mangiacapre, Greg Brinson, Dave Ellegood, Ruben Figuroa, Chris Tennant, Jason Frazier, and Kyle Jernigan for helping out!
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