12 Hours At Night
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What are the terrain and trails like?
Thie course will have a mix of wide smooth (almost dirt road) track, some narrow and twisty single track, some rocky sections, NO drops, all in rolling chaparral terrain with a couple of big hills.
Do I need mountain bike experience?
Yes, because this is a night event, we recommend having trail experience.
Are my valuables safe in the pit area during the event?
We would not recommend leaving anything valuable unnatended.  While the biking community as a whole is very respectuful of other peoples things, we will not be staffing the area with a security detail.
What if I have additional questions?
Please email us and we would be happy to answer your questions.
What type of clothing is recommended?
The average low temperature for this time of year is 60° F.  That being said, we have also seen it spit snow!  Bring layers and be prepared for cold and hot.
What happens if there is bad weather?
Unless the weather is so extreme that it is deemed unsafe to continue, this race will go on, rain or moon!
What is the refund policy?
We will give a 50% refund until May 15th.  After that there will be no refunds of any kind.
Is there a cap on the number of entries you will accept?
We are accepting up to 60 solos, with a total cap of 200 entries(a team is 1 entry).  We highly recommend you enter now!
What else do you recommend we bring with us?
We recommend that teams bring EZ-ups, folding chairs, coolers, snacks, and whatever else you think you might need throughout the night.  Many teams will bring cots or air mattresses to try and catch a wink between laps.
Can we bring our dog?
 If you feel you must bring your dog, please make sure that it is tied up or on a leash at all times and be prepared to pick up after it.
Can I bring a motorhome or trailer?
We now have a much larger pit area, so racers can bring motorhomes or trailers and park within 100 yds. of the course.
Is there a way to charge my lights?
Yes! We will have a neutral charging station for racers to plug in their chargers.
What should we do for food?
If you are racing, you probably already know how to fuel yourself. If we are talking about food for spectators, there are other restaurant choices within a mile. You could even have pizza delivered!

Volunteers needed

The secret of a successful event is the volunteers who give their time and energy in a variety of ways in to help support it. If you are interested in helping out on or before race day, please contact Dave at email: info(at)go-ar.com Thank you!!!