Friday, April 08, 2011

12 hour is now South Kettle Classic

OK plans are solid for June 18th except the lay out of the lap. I will go over a few option tomorrow and we will only have one option, no switching between classes to help stop any confusion between classes.. A few things to keep in mind. The (long) 9 lap, 75 mile race starts at 10:00 am. The High School race will start at 12:00. Any student under 18 , we will have a one lap race for the low cost of $5 dollars. Please spread the word to any students you know that ride and would like to try a race.
The free kids race will be at 12:15 it will be one brown loop. The (medium) 6 lap, 50 mile race will start at 1:00 pm. The (short) 3 lap, race will start at 3:00 pm.

The lap will be 8.9 miles each distance will be over the distance not less. The last lap will have to be completed by 8:00pm Registration is open at http://www.wemseries.com/. Day of registration will open at 8:00 am. State park fees apply to all riders and cars parking.

We will be doing a 50/50 raffle that all proceeds will go to the trail crew that will be building a new trail system in the Waukesha County parks. So bring out your Singles.

There is camping in 3 DNR camping areas with 15 miles. Ottawa lake, Whitewater Lake and Pinewoods. All reservation must be made on line through the WI DNR website. There is no on site camping at the trail head. There is plenty of room for easy up along the start finish area.


latest map is at http://dnr.wi.gov/org/land/parks/specific/kms/pdfs/kmsmuirtrmap.pdf

There is no official address for the Muir trail, Its 5 miles south of Palmyra on HWY H or 1 mile north on HWY H from Lagrange.

5 comments:

Airborne Tank said...

Just to clarify, the High School race will cost $5 to race one lap or it will be one lap and the winner gets 5 bucks? Not real sure based on the wording of the post.

bmxmtbfam said...

The high school race will be a one lap race and it will have a $5 dollar registration fee. Since these will be high school students we will not be paying out cash prizes. That would be a direct violation of WIAA rules and we would not want the student to be looked at as a professional athlete under WIAA rules.

Julie said...

The race was super fun this year, as always-- thanks so much to you all for the hard work you put in to making it happen. What a fantastic day!

bmxmtbfam said...

thanks

Jadon said...

Does anyone know if the results have been posted somewhere yet? Or are they not going to be posted online anywhere?