In this issue:
1. Enduro Stuff Challenge – Nov. 12th – Caspers Wilderness Park
2. Registration Now Open for 50 Mile Rwanda Ride VI
1. ENDURO STUFF CHALLENGE - NOV – 12TH – CASPERS WILDERNESS PARK
We are pleased to announce the Enduro Stuff Challenge & Mountain Bike Expo at Caspers Wilderness Park in San Juan Capistrano on November 12th, 2011.
Yes that’s right, another race in our OC Parks, the second ever! The first one was so great they (OC Parks) want us back for more.
Not only will we have a great race, but a Mountain Bike Expo with demo bikes, lighting systems and more to check out!
Racers this time will have the opportunity to camp the night before if they wish. We are also working on a possible sponsored night ride (details are coming soon) for Friday the night before.
There will also be a raffle for great prizes including a Kona 2012 Humuhumu! All proceeds from the raffle will go to maintaining the trails at Caspers.
for more details. In the event of rain the event will be rescheduled.
New for this race is an open Single Speed class. So one geared people can put it down on this tuff course and see who has the mostraw power out there.
2. REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR 50 MILE RWANDA RIDE VI
Our 6th Annual Rwanda Ride will be held on Saturday April 28, 2012. REGISTRATION is now open! You’re receiving this email because you’re a past event participant or volunteer (or both). We hope you can join us again this year!
Our 6th annual ride will be an event to remember. We say this every year (and we mean it every year too) – our planning team is pulling out all the stops to make your next Rwanda Ride experience your best one EVER! Even more prizes, even more fun. Mark your calendars for April 28 2012. Or better yet, REGISTER TODAY
NEW THIS YEAR - we’ve added a shorter 10 mile route to our event. Riders tell us they love our event for the challenge of riding further than they normally ride – whether that be our full 50 Miler or the 25 Miler. Our new 10 Miler option gives the “casual” mountain biker an opportunity to participate in our event too. We had 631 riders last year – and we want to top 700 this year. The more the merrier – and it’s all for a great Rwanda cause.
Rock N Road Cyclery is our featured event sponsor for the month of November:
Rock N Road has been a loyal supporter of our event ever since the beginning, and we really appreciate their sponsorship. They’ve got four locations in Orange County, so there’s bound to be one near you. If you’re in the neighborhood, check out their original Mission Viejo store – newly remodeled into a premier concept store. Rock N Road is offering Rwanda Riders a special discount for the month of November – 20% off on any light system. Print the coupon attached and take to any of their stores to redeem before November 30. Thank you Rock N Road!
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Check out our Facebook page – and be sure to “like” us – so you can keep up with our latest and greatest event news. We’ll be posting some fun training rides every once in a while. Plus a few sponsor specials available to “followers only”.
Shimano is a Founding Major Sponsor of the Warrior’s Society
Rock N Road Bike Shops is a Major Sponsor of the Warrior’s Society
El Pollo Loco is a Major Sponsor of the Warrior’s Society
O’Hara’s Pub at the Orange Circle is a Major Sponsor of the Warrior’s Society
Cannondale is a Major Sponsor of the Warrior’s Society
Switchback Cyclery is a Major Sponsor of the Warrior’s Society
The Silverado/Modjeska Recreation and Park District is a Major Sponsor of the Warrior’s Society
The Warrior’s Society is a Blue Ribbon Coalition (BRC) affiliated organization
The Warrior’s Society is a Tax Exempt Organization under 501© 4 of the IRS Code
“Far better it is to dare mighty dreams, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure, than to take the ranks with those poor spirits who neither enjoy much nor suffer much, because they live in that gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat!”