Thank you racers, promoters and all the helpers behind the scenes for a great 2021. It was a great year. We are already working on the 2022 schedule and will post races on our schedule as soon as dates get confirmed.
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Check out an interview with our Series Director on The Gretna Bill Show
Series Registration will open for 2022 in February HERE Please read the below for an explanation on Racing Age
Racing Age – for all racers including Juniors – Racing Age is determined by your age on December 31st of the current year. To explain – for classes like U19 (Under 19) the racer CANNOT turn 19 in the current race year. Same for U15 (Under 15), the racer CANNOT turn 15 in the current year. Parents – please take note of this when registering your juniors for races.
MASS team registration will open in mid-May. Once it opens team captains can email [email protected] and I will get you the login for the team registration section of the scoring system. If you are a new team I need to know what team type you will be, Grassroots or Open. Grassroots teams have no Expert/Cat 1 or Pro riders. Racers need to be registered for the series so they show up in the team registration page.
A quick reminder on Series Registration and BikeReg. You must use the same BikeReg profile login for series registration and each race registration. This is important for proper series scoring and series plate assignments. Your profile has a unique ID number we use to assign plates and score you and your team points for the series. Please do not register using a GUEST profile on BikeReg. Also, be aware of what team you have in your BikeReg profile. That will show up on the Who’s Registered list on BikeReg and it will also show up in the results we post on-line for the XC races when you pre-reg for a race. Your team name in BikeReg has nothing to do with series team scoring. That is handled by the team assignments done by team captains when I give them access to the scoring system.
New to Mountain Bike Racing? – a good article to read HERE