Sub24 Bike Camping Trip Wildwood Lake
Oct
21
to Oct 22

Sub24 Bike Camping Trip Wildwood Lake

These cool autumn nights are only going to get better and we're itching for a campfire. And we want you to enjoy that campfire with us. Join us for a ride out to Wildwood lake via gravel roads, a little over 20 miles. We'll leave from the shop at noon and plan on being back the next moring around the same time (why it's called a "sub24"). This will be a self supported ride, so you will be responsible for you, ie: bring what you need.

For those that may never have camped with their bike we will have a clinic before the trip, Thursday Oct 19th at 6:30pm, covering different types of bikes, gear, food, and other tips. Whether or not you have many bike camping or tour miles under your belt, come share what you've learned.

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Hitchcock Overnighter | Fall Ride N' Camp
Oct
28
to Oct 29

Hitchcock Overnighter | Fall Ride N' Camp

  • Ponderosa Cyclery + Tour (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Alrighty folks, we're gonna sneak one last campout in before it gets too cold! And before the leaves drop. The wonderful folks at Hitchcock Nature Center have agreed to host us at the group campsite once again (thanks, Chad!). As a reminder there are no bikes on the trail. Please be respectful of that.

Route Info: 20 mile route (40 total). Gravel and steep hills involved, so large tires are a must (sorry road bikers!). It's the end of October, so cold temps are likely (average lows in the 30s), be prepared for those conditions. We got rained on last year, so bring that gear as well. And lights! Sunset is at 6:24p. We'll have plenty of firewood and conversation to keep us warm and get us through the night.

Food/Meal Info: You'll be responsible for two meals at camp; dinner on Saturday night, breakfast Sunday morning. Both over the fire if ya want. We'll bring the s'mores. Of course, bring snacks for on the bike. We will be making stop at the Crescent Roadhouse (at about mile 15 along the route) for a beverage and afternoon snack on the way to camp; they're really nice, have bar food, a nice patio, and a jukebox! There's a Casey's in town as well. Both 'bout 5 miles from our final destination.

Cost: As always, these are free, but you are responsible for camp fees ($7) and food stuffs ($10? A billion? I dunno what or how much you eat!).

When: One'a them Saturday/Sunday deals here folks. Meet at the shop around 11:30a, roll at High Noon (12p). Shop will be open at 9a. And yes, it will be closing early, so I too can ride my bike. And camp. With you. If you're going. 

It is the Saturday before Halloween, so costumes are welcomed [encouraged]. And there will absolutely be storytelling around the fire. Ghost or not. Bring some good ones. I know a lot of folks already have party time, excellent plans in the city, but we'd rather spend it under the stars. Or clouds. But hopefully stars.

GPS can e found here: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/20244057

So, if you wanna get in one last overnighter before you have to start shoveling yer driveway, come on out and join us. Deal? Deal.

Did I miss anything? I probably did. Email me as to what that is. Or if you have questions.

Thank you for your time. Have a nice day.

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Frontier Tri
Oct
15
8:00am 8:00am

Frontier Tri

Disciplines--3 mile & 6 mile course

3 mile course--run 1 mile--shoot rifle run 1 mile--shoot bow run 1 mile--shoot slingshot & throw tomahawk

6 mile course--same as 1 mile except run 2 miles each time

The range will be run by the Game & Parks

Any child 8 years and older may compete.

All equipment provided!!

Fees--$35 per person for 3 mile course $45 for 6 mile course

Fees include--shirts,gloves,food,prizes

Registration closes--September 29

Check in--8:00am

Start--8:30am

Limited to 75 so don't delay!!

For info call Jim 402-432-3622

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Snap Me Riding
Oct
14
9:00am 9:00am

Snap Me Riding

This event is dedicated to MTB'ers and Photographers alike! 

Let's be honest, we all enjoy seeing pictures and/or photos of ourselves riding our beloved mountain bikes. This event is designed to shed awareness on mountain biking in eastern Nebraska with the photography community, with a fun little twist of a game in store. An Amazon Gift Card awaits the winning photo, as chosen by the mountain biking community.

Here's a breakdown:
1. The riding starts @ 9 AM and will run til about 12 PM. The photographers interested in partaking can use the following map to preemptivly stake out where they'd like to set up shop for their photo's.:
https://www.mtbproject.com/trail/7030387
you may show up as early as you'd like to stake your claim for the best spot! There are approximately 60 different features so there should be plenty of space to find a good shot :) Most of the foilage should die out, but it might be a good idea to have jeans and a long sleeve shirt to protect from nettles and/or poison ivy. 

2. After the event, the photographers will post up to 10 photo's to OxBow Trail System's Facebook page to represent their qualifying photo's so the community can vote. They also can post links to online albums or their personal website to review all photo's that are optionally for sale (mountain biking community, this is a great chance to get a sweet photo and support local area photographers!). The winning photo will be the 1 selected by the community by November 1st. 

3. When 12 PM rolls around, there will be an optional gathering at BW's Pub & Grill for some good BBQ! https://www.google.com/maps/place/BW's+Pub+%26+Grill+%2F+Catering/@41.039608,-96.3702907,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x879401d82027bf29:0xb5c2cf15bf986e36!8m2!3d41.039608!4d-96.368102

Any questions, don't hesitate to send a message! Thanks for looking and hope to see you on the 14th!

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Omaha Jackrabbit
Oct
14
7:00am 7:00am

Omaha Jackrabbit

Gravel, rocks, pebbles, dirt, sand: these are all things you'll find passing for roads in the hilly terrain and pancake flat river bottoms north of Omaha.Whether you're looking to compete, or spend the day touring the countryside, this free event offers something for everyone.

Omaha Jackrabbit 125

Categories:

  • Open Women
  • Single Speed Women
  • Fat or Cargo Women
  • Open Men
  • Single Speed Men
  • Fat or Cargo Men
  • Tandem

Prizes: 

  • Top Finishers
  • All finishers are super awesome
  • All starters are to be commended
  • Unlimited bragging rights

Omaha Halfrabbit 50

Categories:

  • No categories. Just show up and ride.

Prizes:

  • High fives
  • Strava KOMs

 

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CX School #7
Oct
11
5:30pm 5:30pm

CX School #7

Interested in cross but worried you don't have the right bike? Any bike w/o bar-ends is legal! (Bar-ends meaning the "horns" you might see on mountain bike handlebars. Bar-end/Bar-con shifters are OK!) My first season was on a bike with fenders and a rear rack. Lis did her first race on a fixie road bike! 

Bring whatever bike you have and checkout our FREE clinics starting Wednesday August, 16th at Memorial Park (33rd and South St) at 6pm. We take you through everything you need to know to do your first race. And even if you don't want to race, we can teach you how to handle your bike safely in varying terrain and conditions.

Map: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Neighbors+Park/@40.8001447,-96.676175,15z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x0:0x4f67afbfc58c169a

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3rd Homestead 100
Sep
17
7:15am 7:15am

3rd Homestead 100

The Homestead 100 ride was formed in 2014 to raise funds to support the local bike trails.

The BBBC is the bike club of the Gage County area. We promote healthy fun and safe riding by scheduling group rides on the highways, rail trails, city bike paths and off road.

We have a dedicated Monday night nacho ride on the Homestead Trail north to Pickrell. Cyclists from Cortland and Lincoln join us at the Pickrell Tavern. Everyone is welcome!

BBBC supports the 2016 completion of the 19.5 miles of The Ponca "Standing Bear Trail" of Beatrice to the Kansas border. The Marysville, KS trail group has also completed its 13 miles. Once this project is finished there will be about 75 miles of trail with minimal traffic to use for bike riding.

Registration 6:45 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.
70 & 100 START TIME at 7:15 a.m.
25 & 50 START TIME at 7:30 a.m.
NO REFUNDS AND NO RAIN DATE

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Nebraska Bike MS
Sep
9
to Sep 10

Nebraska Bike MS

  • 100 Main Street Springfield, Nebraska 68059 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Bike MS: Nebraska Ride will take you farther than you’ve gone before. Enjoy a 1-day or 2-day cycling adventure. Ride from Omaha to Lincoln where a celebration awaits you. You’ll find an unforgettable experience, complete with food, beer, entertainment, massages and more.

On Saturday, take your pick of 25-, 60- or 100-mile route options and on Sunday, 50 miles all cheered on by the most spirited volunteers around. To make your ride a safe and memorable one, the routes feature well-stocked rest stops every 8-12 miles and are monitored by a route support team consisting of HAM radio operators, support vans, motorcycle patrol, law enforcement, EMTs and mechanics from our partner bike shops.

In addition, you will experience an incredible level of camaraderie as you embark on a journey filled with laughter, excitement, support and a profound sense of accomplishment. Your participation drives us closer to a world free of MS by funding critical research and services that change the lives of people affected by MS.

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Blue River Adventure Race
Sep
9
6:30am 6:30am

Blue River Adventure Race

4 & 8-10 Hour adventure race

Disciplines--running,mountain biking,orienteering,kayaking.

Divisions--Solo and 2 or 3 person Teams(coed,male,female)

Format--Racers will run,kayak,bike,orienteer using maps and instructions to find checkpoints in an allotted time frame.
Map scale will be 1:10,000 and 1:24,000.

Racers must provide their own kayaks,vests and paddles.
ONLY 1 KAYAK PER TEAM WILL BE NEEDED!


This is a NAARS & USARA National qualifier race!

Fees--4 Hour--$45 per person 8-10 Hour--$70 per person. fees go up $20 per person each race after August 1.

Fees include--shirts,mugs,prizes,food

Part of the proceeds go to the Big Blue Biking and Homestead Running clubs to help take care of the Standing Bear trails.

Plenty of lodging and places to eat in Beatrice 5 minutes from start / finish.

For more info contact Jim--402-432-3622

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Circa de Nebraska
Sep
1
to Sep 22

Circa de Nebraska

Circa de Nebraska will be a self-supported tour following the outline of the entire State of Nebraska, about 1,250 miles, over a 3 week period, (average 60 miles per day), beginning September 1, 2017, departing from Omaha.

More information is available from the ride coordinator, Ric Hines: iBikeNebraska@gmail.com

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Total Eclipse on The Homestead Trail
Aug
21
7:30am 7:30am

Total Eclipse on The Homestead Trail

On Monday, August 21st, the moon will pass between the Earth and the Sun, casting its shadow on the Earth's surface. A narrow section of the shadow's route will get to see a total solar eclipse - and Southeast Nebraska is lucky enough to have this opportunity. This doesn't happen very often! The last time a total solar eclipse passed over the area was 575 years ago, and it won't happen again for another 628 years!

Escape the city and experience a once-in-a-lifetime event with an unmatched view. Join the Great Plains Trails Network and the Great Plains Bicycle Club for viewing at Roca Berry Farm or a unique trek on the Homestead Trail south of LIncoln. 

Your entry fee of $15 includes special filtered glasses necessary to protect your eyes from the sun, and a souvenir shoulder bag. Lunch is also available for an additional $5. There is parking right at the farm, and a bike ride down Homestead Trail if you wish to ride. 

See all the details below and at GPTN.org. 

Get your tickets at the tickets link above and remember to print and bring your receipt to the event or you can show your receipt on your phone.

ECLIPSE DETAILS (times approximate)
Start of partial phase: 11:37
Total Eclipse: 1:02-1:04pm
End of partial phase: 2:30

Lights out 12:45 - 1:15 for viewing the Total Eclipse

LUNCH: 11:30am-12:40pm
Cheeseburger, Hot Dog, or Veggieburger. Chips and a cookie too. 
Water with the meal is free or soda for $1

BICYCLE RIDES: 12, 21 and 40 mile Eclipse ride distances are available. All three start and end at Roca Berry Farm. Start times listed below are suggested to get you back to the farm in time for lunch and to view the eclipse

- Riders taking the 40-mile route should start between 8 and 9 am.
- The 21-mile riders should start between 9 and 10 am.
- Riders taking the 12-mile tour should start between 10 and 11 am.

Choose any of the routes, or turn around at any point. This is not a race, so feel free to ride any of the distances at any pace that you find comfortable. All ages are welcome, however riders under 19 years old must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

This is a lightly supported ride. Riders should be prepared to fix minor mechanical issues on their own. Trail guides will be on hand to provide assistance.

ALL PARTICIPANTS ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR HELMETS.

This is a rain-or-shine event. Registrations are non-refundable.

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Corporate Cycling Challenge Bike Ride
Aug
20
8:00am 8:00am

Corporate Cycling Challenge Bike Ride

The Corporate Cycling Challenge is Nebraska's largest one-day bicycling event, with a choice of three different routes. Each route varies in length and difficulty, from the 10-mile "Olde River Ride", to the 25-mile "Riverside Ride", to the 42-mile "Tour De Fort". All of the routes feature beautiful scenery, and the longer routes offer some challenging rolling hills as well.

The ride begins and ends at the Heartland of America Park in Omaha, Nebraska. You can join the ride with your company, with your a club, or as an individual. Proceeds from the Corporate Cycling Challenge are used for trail development in Greater Omaha and eastern Nebraska.

Proceeds from the Corporate Cycling Challenge is used for trail development in the Omaha metropolitan area. Join the party after you complete your ride for some fun and relaxation, including an outdoor cookout with a great assortment of reasonably-priced grilled food, sides, and soda, provided by Hy-Vee Food Stores. Omaha's Q 98.5 KQKQ FM will be providing a live broadcast and music from Heartland of America Park.

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Gravel Worlds
Aug
19
6:00am 6:00am

Gravel Worlds

The 2017 Gravel Worlds promises an unparalleled challenge for the gravel enthusiast. The pirates are charting a route of approximately 150 miles and near 10,000 ft of climbing – adventuring through the rural farmlands of Southeastern Nebraska.

World Championship jerseys are up for grabs in the following categories: Open Men, Women Open, Master Men (50+), Master Women (40+), Single Speed Men, Single Speed Women, Tandem, Fatbike/Cargo Bike/Recumbent Men, Fatbike/Cargo Bike/Recumbent Women

The event is known as the "Gravel World Championship".

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CycloCross School #1
Aug
16
6:00pm 6:00pm

CycloCross School #1

Interested in cross but worried you don't have the right bike? Any bike w/o bar-ends is legal! (Bar-ends meaning the "horns" you might see on mountain bike handlebars. Bar-end/Bar-con shifters are OK!) My first season was on a bike with fenders and a rear rack. Lis did her first race on a fixie road bike! 

Bring whatever bike you have and checkout our FREE clinics starting Wednesday August, 24th at Memorial Park (33rd and South St) at 6pm. We take you through everything you need to know to do your first race. And even if you don't want to race, we can teach you how to handle your bike safely in varying terrain and conditions.

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Kool-Aid Classic Bicycle Tour
Aug
12
8:00am 8:00am

Kool-Aid Classic Bicycle Tour

  • 237 W 14th St Hastings, NE, 68901 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Pour on the fun during the 16th annual Kool-Aid Classic Bicycle Tour! You’ll be wearing a Kool-Aid smile as you pedal the scenic, paved country roads surrounding the birthplace of Kool-Aid.

Proceeds from the ride are donated to the construction and beautification of the Pioneer Spirit Trail. You can choose from 20, 40, or 65 mile routes. There are several rest stops along the route with plenty of Kool-Aid to enjoy.

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Rooster Tail Ride
Aug
11
to Aug 13

Rooster Tail Ride

  • Wabash Trace Nature Trail (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Come enjoy some 'Pickin' & Pedalin' on the Wabash Trace!' Introducing the first-ever-organized Rooster Tail Ride! Named after the iconic 'rooster tail' you may find on your backside after an extended ride on our trail's crushed limestone surface, this 2-day ride from Mineola to Shenandoah will have musical stops in Silver City, Malvern, and Imogene on Saturday, and Grammy-winner Albert Lee headlining the celebration in Shenandoah Saturday evening.

Camping & showers in Shenandoah, gear transport, emergency SAG support, and admission to music gardens in all towns is included with your registration fee! The party rolls back from Shenandoah to Mineola on Sunday, with live music at each of the towns! Don't miss the pre-party in Mineola on Friday Night - Camping available for those early birds! A full schedule of music & times will be available soon!

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7 Cities Century Bike Ride
Aug
5
6:00am 6:00am

7 Cities Century Bike Ride

Join beginners and experienced riders alike at this 2-day, 100 mile ride that starts and ends in Norfolk, NE and crosses the beautiful countryside throughout northeast, Nebraska!

Registration includes includes SAG stops every 10-15 miles, covered transport of gear, Friday night pasta feed, all meals from Saturday breakfast through Sunday lunch, t-shirt and chance to win one of many door prizes. Proceeds from the ride support area biking and trail opportunities. 

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Shred the City LNK #2 - NE STXC Championships
Aug
3
5:30pm 5:30pm

Shred the City LNK #2 - NE STXC Championships

Who wants to race some MTBs super crazy hard and fast?! You do! Come checkout our short track series we're putting on w/ Team Good Life Shred Squadron in Omaha! 


5:30pm Course and check-in opens
6:15pm Men+Women C - 10 mins
6:30pm Men+Women B - 15 mins
6:50pm Kids Fun Race - 1 Lap
7:10pm Juniors - 2 Laps
7:30 Men+Women A - 25 mins

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4th Almost Annual Washington County Fair Ride
Jul
30
8:00am 8:00am

4th Almost Annual Washington County Fair Ride

If you're not on, or recovering from RAGBRAI, join us at 8:00 am SUNDAY JULY 30, 2017 for the 4th Almost Annual WASHINGTON COUNTY FAIR BICYCLE RIDE

BENNINGTON HIGH SCHOOL at 168TH & BENNINGTON ROAD TO WASHINGTON COUNTY FAIR IN ARLINGTON, NE AND RETURN

The Washington County Fair is inviting cyclists to enjoy a great 31 or 56 mile Sunday morning ride from Bennington, NE through the country to Arlington, Nebraska. The goal of the ride is to create additional awareness of the Washington County Fair and hopefully engage people who wouldn't normally be exposed to agriculture and livestock production.

WE’RE RIDING FOR $20 & you get a free entry to the fair, ticket to the pancake feed, and for those 21 and over, a free beer token if you'd like! 

If you would like to make an additional contribution, funds raised will support Wear Yellow Nebraska's Wear Yellow Cab Ride Program.

The Washington County Fair started 1918 to develop better methods in food production, foster development of resources, and promote prosperity. It’s successfully incorporated that to become a facility that allows 4-H members, businesses, and organizations to showcase their talents and ag-related products, and which provides entertainment to bring together the community.

Routes
Starting at 8:00 AM from Bennington High School
- Short Route (15.45mi One-Way) www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/661124562
- Long Route (28.15mi One-Way) www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/661130318
- Gravel Route!
https://ridewithgps.com/routes/14944119 

Helmets will be required on this ride.

AT THE WASHINGTON COUNTY FAIR

o PANCAKE FEED – Every biker is invited to join!
o BEER GARDEN – Every biker over 21 can receive a beer token (Beer Garden open at 10AM).
o DEMONSTRATIONS & TOURS – Please check out the Fairgrounds and/or use the opportunity to take a guided tour of the Fairgrounds with an FFA’r (Future Farmers of America) or 4-H’r.
o 3000+ annual open-class exhibits and 650+ 4-H and FFA Exhibits on display at the fair.

TAKE A RIDE TO A COUNTY FAIR.
ALL FOOD COMES FROM SOMEWHERE … COME SEE WHAT’S FROM THIS REGION!

Visit:  www.wcffair.com for more information on the fair.
For any questions, comments, or to volunteer, please contact Bill at 303.588.2620 or Bill_Wardell1@yahoo.com

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Cornhusker State Games - Circuit Race
Jul
30
6:30am 6:30am

Cornhusker State Games - Circuit Race

Course Details:

The circuit race will start near the entrance to the Pinewood Bowl and utilize the roads in the east, west and south sections of the park. The course is approximately 4 miles in length. Complete course details, including a course map will be posted at CornhuskerStateGames.com and nebraskacyclingnews.com in advance of the race.

USAC License:

The Cornhusker State Games is sanctioned by USA Cycling, the national governing body for cycling. A valid 2017 USA CYCLING RACE LICENSE IS REQUIRED. Annual and one-day licenses are available for purchase at usacycling.org.

Awards:

Custom Cornhusker State Games gold, silver and bronze medals will be awarded to the top three finishers overall as well as in each age group.

Rules & Information

  •  All 2017 USA Cycling rules are in effect.
  •  BEGINNER (fewer than 10 mass start events) OR FIRST TIME RACERS, enter the Men 5 OR Women 4 events.
  •  Events will be held rain or shine.
  • Place numbers on the LEFT side of your jersey. 
  • Helmets must be worn at all times while on the bike. 
  • Valid and current USA Cycling license must be presented at rider check-in.
  • Race organizers reserve the right to cancel/combine events.
  • USAC Permit 2017-____.
  • Wheel pit is “wheels in/wheels out.” Identify your wheels. Not responsible for lost or stolen wheels.
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Cornhusker State Games - Gravel Grinder
Jul
29
6:00am 6:00am

Cornhusker State Games - Gravel Grinder

The Cornhusker State Games Gravel Grinder is a self-supported gravel road race. The only aid participants may recieve will be provided at checkpoints.

  • Morning check-in and starting location will be hosted by Scooter's Coffee
  • 3 routes ranging from 25, 40, and 100+ miles for all skill levels
  • Checkpoints will be fully stocked with water, gatorade, fruit and snacks
  •  The finish line will be hosted by Zipline Brewing
  • All participants will receive a free drink and a Pizza from Spokes Mobile Wood Fired Pizza.
  • All participants receive a free t-shirt, passes to sportsfest and the opening ceremonies
  • Medal will be awarded to the top 3 in each division
  • Register by June 21st for $50 per participant, after June 21st registration is $55 per participant
  • Route details will be released July 20th
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Rapha Women's 100k - Lincoln
Jul
23
8:00am 8:00am

Rapha Women's 100k - Lincoln

The Rapha Women’s 100 is a celebration of cycling community and collective spirit among riders across the globe. Since its inception, the Women’s 100 has inspired cyclists across the world to come together and ride 100km on the same day. Over 8,000 women took part last year – we’d love even more of you to join us this year. All finishers receive a special commemorative roundel.

The Lincoln ride will begin and end at The Bike Rack and will include paved trails, crushed limestone and some gravel. There will be food and drinks served at the completion of the ride.There will also be a series of training rides available leading up to the event.

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Cornhusker State Games - Mountain Bike Race
Jul
22
6:30am 6:30am

Cornhusker State Games - Mountain Bike Race

The CSG Mountain Bike Race is part of the 2017 Psycowpath Series to encourage more participation in both events.

Racers competing will follow all CSG rules. This is their event but Psycowpath racers will earn points towards their personal series standings. There is no Marathon class so only XC points will be given.

REGISTER BY THE DISCOUNT DEADLINE OF WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21: First event, all ages - $34 Additional events - $10 (gravel grinder or tour - no Psycowpath points given for these events)

REGISTER BETWEEN JUNE 22 AND JULY 5: First event, all ages - $39 Additional events - $10 (gravel grinder or tour - no Psycowpath points given for these events)

MULTI-EVENT DISCOUNT NOTE: If registering for multiple events, all entries must occur in the same transaction to receive the multi-event discount.

MULTI-EVENT CYCLING DISCOUNT: All Mountain Bike participants who register for Gravel Grinder and/or Tour will receive a $7 discount per additional event by entering coupon code CYCLE at checkout. All registrations must take place on the same transaction to receive the discount.

ENTRY FEE INCLUDES: Competition in the 2017 Cornhusker State Games; White cotton athlete shirt (micro-fiber upgrade available); Pass for free admission to SportFest, the Opening Ceremonies, and all competition venues; 2017 Nebraska Sports Council Yearbook (available at packet pickup); Sponsor gifts and coupons.

RACE DAY SCHEDULE NOTE: Racers must check in at least 30 minutes prior to scheduled start time. Check In Opens – 6:30 a.m. Junior 12 & Under Class – 7:30 a.m. Beginner/Novice Class – 8 a.m. Sport/Expert Classes – 10 a.m.

SPECIAL NOTICE: State park permits are needed to enter Branched Oak State Recreation Area. One-day permits can be purchased at the park entrance.

COMPETITION LOCATION: The mountain bike course will be at AREA 7 at Branched Oak Lake. The course includes some rolling hills with a combination of dirt and grass surfaces. Distances listed are subject to change.

RULES: All riders must wear ANSI-approved helmets. Riders are expected to ride safely and courteously. Director may shorten the distances in case of inclement weather.

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NNTA Re-launch Meeting
Jul
20
5:00pm 5:00pm

NNTA Re-launch Meeting

The steering committee would like to share our proposed membership structure and discuss other ways to get involved in the organization. This will be a short meeting followed by social gathering. We will conclude in time for you to walk down to Bands on Bordeaux.

About the Northwest Nebraska Trail Association:

The purpose of the Northwest Nebraska Trails Association is to develop, enhance, maintain and promote public non-motorized recreational trails in northwest Nebraska.

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Bike Shop Birthday Party!
Jul
15
5:00pm 5:00pm

Bike Shop Birthday Party!

Join the Community Bike Project in Omaha in celebrating 10 years of the shop!!! We will have free food, games, and fabolous people who can engage in fabulous conversation! Come meet Mohamed! We will be at the tennis courts in Gifford Park. This event is completely free and is our way of saying thanks to everyone who has helped the shop turn 10.

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2017 GONG Ride
Jul
8
to Jul 9

2017 GONG Ride

  • 11221 Fairview Road Springfield, NE, 68059 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The GONG Ride is a self-supported nighttime gravel roads bicycle ride occurring July 8, 2017 in the Omaha area. Choose either the 25 mile or 50 mile route. Bring food. Bring water. Bring a light. Bring a friend. We'll bring the gong.

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