Adventure Ride | Saturday, July 23
CamRock Area 2
68 County Hwy B, Cambridge WI
Adventure rides are opportunities for student athletes to ride an MTB-orienteering course with their teammates in a pod led by their team coaches.
What is MTB-orienteering?
It is like an orienteering race but at mountain bike speed. Pods will get navigation maps and a control punch card at the start. Use the map to find markers out on the course and punch your card. Pods can select ride options from Mild (5 markers), Medium (10 markers) and Spicy (15 markers/12 miles).
Coaches will lead the ride the same as a practice. Teams will have ride groups maintaining a student-athlete to coach ratio of 6:1 or 8:2 minimum. You can combine ride groups with other NICA teams to get to the ratios and to have some more fun!
Finish your ride and return your punch card to the registration table. Riders will get a rad finishers sticker. Grab some finish line food. Claim your ticket for the giveaway. We will have some awesome prizes to give away; helmets, lights, and a Saris rack. Drawing takes place at 2:30, must be present to win.
Family-led camping is available at Camrock 2 on Friday night and Saturday night.
This event is a joint fundraiser with CORP. We will split net proceeds with them to help keep building awesome trails.
To open registration to your team, please contact Joe FitzGibbon at firstname.lastname@example.org
Student-Athletes: $50. Register in Pitzone. Scholarships are available.
Coaches: No charge but please register in Eventbrite so we know you are coming.
Family Camping: $25 RV. $15 Tent. Register in Eventbrite.
Note to coaches: Adventure Rides are League organized, Team Led. Student athletes enter the course in team pods and participate under the same guidelines as a practice. There is no limit on the number of riders you can bring from your team, so long as you have enough coaches to maintain the 6:1 or 8:2 ratios.
Proceeds from this ride will be split with Capital Off Road Pathfinders (CORP) to fund trail maintenance.
There will be a Teen Trail Corps work session on Friday afternoon. More details to follow.