1. All racers will be required to sign a waiver and show ID to pick up bib # with computer timing chip attached.
Registration volunteer staff will ask for the bib # to look up name and category. Racer lists will also be provided at packet pick up on A-frames outside the community halls.
2. Hours of packet/bib/timing chip # pick up:
3. All Mountain Event participants will use the same bib # each day and will be responsible for holding onto this bib # with the computer timing chip attached to the back. No transfers or exchanges.
Races will be held rain, shine, sleet or snow. In the event of extreme weather or natural disaster, the ride may be shortened, postponed or canceled without refund.
Please contact Heather for transfer questions. Any racer who wishes to transfer his/her spot to another racer must first contact the Race Registration Coordinator to give permission to give the spot up, including the NEW racer's name. There is a $35 transfer fee for all changes that can be paid via Eventbrite via the registration link.
If you love the Downieville Classic, you will love the rest of our events. Do all three and compete for the:
Thank you all for your continued support of this event.
We will be using Event Brite to handle race registration. After billing via Event Brite, there will be NO refunds, exchanges or credits given. NO exceptions! If there is an error in billing, contact Event Brite. Class changes may be made after registration with Event Brite is complete with a $35.00 fee, so be sure you enter into the proper age and class the first time.
In the event that a natural disaster (ie. forest fire) causes the cancellation of the Downieville Classic mountain bike races, there will be no refunds issued. All pre-registered/pre-payed riders will be given priority in registering for the following year.
All net proceeds from this event go directly to the Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship trail maintenance program. In addition to entry fees, SBTS will receive all proceeds from prize drawings, silent auctions and beer donations. In all, it should amount to $25,000 or more, depending on racer turnout and the amount of beer that gets consumed. That's $25k going directly into the maintenance and restoration of the Downieville Trail System.
Money well spent in our minds, and you get to have a damn good time in the process.