Fountainhead Mountain Bike Time Trial
Fairfax Station, VA
11/10/2013
USAC Permit Number 2013-1958
 
 Event Description
The Fountainhead Mountain Bike Time Trial will be run in Fountainhead Regional Park, located in Fairfax Station, VA. The race will begin at 8am. The course is between 5-6 miles long. Each racer begins 2-5 minutes after the previous racers onto the scenic trails of Fountainhead Regional Park. The fastest racer will be determined by their individual time on the course. Event will be sanctioned by USA cycling. A rain date has been set for December 1. REGISTRATION REGISTER at www.BishopsEvents.com/events and find the event you are looking for there, along with many more for excellent causes!!! Directions to Parking Parking Lot is off of the main road into Fountainhead Regional Park about 50 yards from the Start/Finish Line for both races. Timing The race will be timed by Race Packet! Packet Pickup Pre-race meetings will begin around 8:45 near the Start/Finish Line. Plan to arrive NO LATER than 8:00-8:15am. PACKET PICKUP IS ONLY ON RACE DAY! Race Day Registration There will be race day registration. Participants will need to arrive at 8:00am to get registered for the event. T-shirts sizes can not be guaranteed for race day registers. CASH OR CHECK ONLY (checks made out to Bishop's Events). Competitors Ages 10 through 100 can compete in this event. Awards Awards categories determined closer to race day. Awards will be handed out after the race near the Start/Finish Line. Refunds *No Refunds after October 1, 2012

 Course Description

 
11/10/2013
 Start Time   Gender   Discpline   Category   Age   Prizes   Places   Length   Field  Fee  Late Fee 
8:00 am  Open  Individual Time Trial    1-99  Medals  3 5 mi  200   $20 $30

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 For More Information:
Justin Bishop
10875 Hampton Road
Fairfax Station, VA
(540) 842-5618 BishopsEvents.com
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