Posted: March 12, 2014 in News/Updates, Newsletters, Trails

trailworkTrail work or volunteers hours are required…

If you want a shot at a individual or team title this year, you need to ensure that you log the required number of trail and/or volunteer hours – others may volunteer for you, but what better way to know what it takes to keep a trail awesome or an event going then by stepping up and doing some work yourself?  Heck at a few of these volunteer days, they give you FREE food (thank you Global Bikes).  Here are the MINIMUM (feel free to do more please) requirements for the year:

Trail and/or Volunteer hour minimums:
Individual – 4hrs
Team – Big Ring – 40hrs
Team – Little Ring – 20hrs
Log Trail Hours - 

Check out dates and locations on our latest eblast or on the trails page!
Thanks for helping keep our trails in good shape!
~The Board


Posted: March 9, 2014 in News/Updates, Racing

Kyle-TrudenRace 4 the Hedgehog Hustle at Estrella is done, results are up!. Thank you to all the volunteers, riders and sponsors for a great day. We look forward to the MARC in the park, get your teams ready to rumble, team points will be worth 2x.


Posted: March 5, 2014 in News/Updates

Yep, race 4 of the MBAA series takes place this Saturday at Estrella.  The Hedgehog Hustle is an oldie but a goodie and this year the word is (prior to the rain) that the course was in as good a shape as it has been for quite some time.  Nonetheless – we will also have a trail work day on March 15.

WARNING – PRICE INCREASE – THURSDAY at 7:01pm.  Why 7:01pm – cause we need to lock stuff down, print labels and get your race information in place for speedy registration (and race) on Saturday.



Posted: February 25, 2014 in News/Updates

From amazing Mudshark beer, to a course that felt like you were riding on the moon, to phenomenal volunteers, to outstanding local support – Havasu rocked! We had a great turn out, and race reviews. We look forward to re-visiting Havasu in 2015. Special thanks to Craig Raney (Attack the Crack - this fall same course longer ride), Larry (the stand up paddle king), to Mark (rodeo grounds guy) Elaine from the CVB, and all of the other local support. Thank you!


Posted: February 18, 2014 in News/Updates

HavasuWith a new venue comes new challenges – lodging, logistics etc.  We as a board, are working diligently on getting Havasu set up all the last minute details finalized for the trip west this weekend.  Thanks for your patience.  Here is the latest:

  • Havasu Course Map 2014 - Black course (~10 miles) will be clockwise, Green arrows (~3 miles) will be counter clockwise.
  • Camping – allowed starting Thursday – at the RODEO GROUNDS only, and we may need you to move as we will use that area to stage the event – so be flexible till we arrive on Friday afternoon please.  Tent camping is ok.  No RV hookups.
  • Host Hotel – Quality Inn & Suites – 271 S. Lake Havasu Ave, Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403   928-855-1111 (*ask for MBAA special rate please). $70+ tax, includes free breakfast.
  • MudsharkMudshark Brewing – 25% off with your race number at the pub!