On & Off the Road
LAST CHANCE! Invasive Race Mountain Bike Rally 2
This Sunday, July 29th, Start Time 9:30am
All levels of riders welcome. Race will be on private land below Makawao Town. Mix of single track, dirt roads, and technical obstacles. We will separate into seven categories. 9:30am start Men B, Men B 50+, Women B, 1 hour race time, 10:45am High School ages 14-18, Juniors 10-13, 9 and under, 30 minutes race time. 11:30am Men A, Women A, 1.5 hour race time. A minimum of 10 people to make a category or we may combine with other class.
Any type off road bicycle can be raced. A helmet must be worn while on bike at all times. No neutral support, you need to supply your own spare tube and tools incase of a flat or mechanical problem. We will supply drinking water, drinks, grill, chips/salsa and entertainment will be after the event on site. Please bring something to cook on the grill.
$25 per person. Cool prizes and swag for all entries. Fill out bottom of this entry form and mail it to the address below, or stop by Maui Cyclery in Paia. A release from must be filled out and signed day of the event.
IT’S YOUR LAST CHANCE!
RACE DAY registration 8am-9am a $5 fee will be added.
INFORMATION & MAILING ADDRESS
Maui Cyclery @ 579-9009 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To watch Mark Moquin’s Slideshow of the Invasie Race Mountain Bike Rally, Click Here >
Invasive Race Mountain Bike Rally
The past weekend’s Invasive Race mountain bike rally went awesome! We had 93 racers. More than I had expected. A good time was had by all. One of the coolest things was watching the little kids race. Our youngest competitor was Bodi at age 5.
Aaron Lisco, our Maui Cyclery master mechanic, began his “Journey of Discovery Around the Blue Planet” on June 10, 2010.
To date he has logged 11,347 miles (18,262 km) after 533 days of adventures, trial and tribulations in around the globe.
Aaron is back in the shop here in Paia for the next 6 weeks ready to service your bike, before he hits the road again for Hong Kong.
Come by and say howdy!
You can follow Aaron’s adventures through his online journal, “Beyond the Great Divide.”