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Krusher back for year threePosted: July 24, 2012
The Columbia Valley Cycling Society and Nipika Mountain Resort proudly present the third annual Kootenay Krusher endurance race, Saturday, August 18, at the beautiful Nipika Resort.
Early bird pricing of $45 is still available until August 1. To register visit www.zone4.ca or click here.
The Kootenay Krusher race course follows the Kootenay and Cross River valleys and features spectacular scenery and fun challenging riding, if you get the chance to look!
The race offers a variety of distances suitable for the whole family; 50km, 25km, 5km, and 3km. So, bring the family out and make a day of it! Registration will be capped at 250 racers so register early. Volunteers are needed! Check out www.columbiavalleycyclingsociety.org or www.nipika.com for more info.
The event will be divided into two races: the regular 50 km race (two laps) and a 25 km version (one lap). Categories for both races will be divided by age as follows: men and women 20-39, 40-49, and 50+. The 25 km race will also have a 19 and under category. Free three km and five km fun races will be held for boys and girls 14 and under.
Nipika Mountain Resort is a 2.5 hour drive from Calgary, a one hour drive from Golden. and a 1.5 hour drive from Cranbrook.
Above image from: http://www.nipika.com
SubmittedTags: Columbia Valley Cycling SocietyKootenay KrusherNipika Mountain Resort
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