Sunday, March 26, 2017 | Granite Beach, Folsom Lake SRA
The MTB Championship will feature a 10-mile course in 2017 and will be the final race in our Six-Race MTB Series. To be eligible for Series Awards athletes must race in five of the six MTB Races in the Series.
Included with your entry fee: Custom MTB Championship tech-tee race shirt, athlete goody bag with products and coupons, post race hot meal, on-course aid and support from CLIF Bar and FLUID, awards three-deep in each age-group and division and a chance to win raffle prizes.
- Juniors: 8:00am
- Adults (including high school divisions): 9:00am
- Junior (14 and under): 1 lap /10 miles
- Novice/Clydesdale (225 lbs+)/HS Novice (High School Riders): 2 laps/20 miles
- Sport/Single-Speed/HS Sport: 3 laps/30 miles
- Expert/SS Expert/Pro: 4 laps/40 miles
Race and Demo with Roseville Cyclery 8am-2pm
Our friends at Roseville Cyclery will have Cannondale bike demos starting at 8am with the last ride at 2pm. There will mountain bikes and some road bikes available for demo as well.
Have a question? Click here to contact them ahead of the event.
Rain course map
Feed zones will be located on the course serving bottles of cold water, and FLUID Electrolyte beverage.
Listening devices of any kind: MP3, IPod, headphones, etc…are not allowed on the bike course. Helmets must be worn and buckled on the bike at all times.
Race packets will be available race morning from 7 am to 9 am at the race site.
|7:00 am||Registration/Packet Pick up|
|7:00 am||Race announcements begin|
|8:00 am||Start of MTB Championship (Juniors)|
|9:00 am||Start of MTB Championship (Adults)|
|11:00 am||Start of Awards Ceremony for MTB Championship|
- Pro: one division
- Novice, Sport and Expert Divisions: 29 & under, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59 and 60+.
- Single Speed Divisions: Open (39-under) and Masters (40+over)
- Clydesdale: one division (200lb+)
- Junior Divisions: 11-14, 10 & under
- Pro/Expert: one division
- Sport and Novice Divisions: 34 and under, 35+
- Single Speed: one division
- Junior Divisions: 11-14, 10 & under
- Novice, Sport and Expert Divisions: (Boys, Girls)
|Before 12/1/16||Until Race Day||Race Day|
|Individual – 18 & under||$30||$35||$40|
Refund and transfer policy
TBF Racing has a no refund policy on all of our events. A refund requested prior to race week will be given a TBF Race credit for the amount of the entry fee minus a $25 processing fee. Credits are not given during race week. Transfers are allowed from one TBF Racing event to another within a one-year time frame. There is a $25 transfer fee. Transfers are not allowed during race week. ALL TBF Racing events are held rain or shine.
Included for each competitor are TBF Socks and an athlete goody bag with CLIF Bar, Emerald Nuts, and other product samples.
Post Race Athlete Food
Included for each competitor is post race hot pasta with tomato sauce and BBQ meal with hamburgers and hot dog, plus chips and fruits.
Training and Coaching:
TBF Training provides group workouts and coaching for the sport of Triathlon along with individual Multi-sport Coaching and Personal Training.
Race for FREE program
Our Race for FREE Athlete Volunteer Program offers a chance to get involved with multi-sport events, have fun, and earn a $40 TBF Racing Volunteer voucher good towards entry fees at any of our events this year. Each volunteer shift is 4 hours. We ask volunteers to reserve a volunteer position at any of our events by emailing Teri@totalbodyfitness.com as our volunteer positions will fill up quickly.
Granite Beach, Folsom Lake SRA
Physical Address: 8000 Douglas Blvd, Granite Bay, CA 95746
Granite Bay State Park on Folsom lake is located at the end of Douglas Blvd, 5-6 miles East of I-80. Turn right at the third stop sign after entering the park for the Granite Beach parking lot. There is a $12 vehicle charge for day-use or $125 for an annual pass. Contact phone: 916 988 0205.
Annual Day Use Passes are available for $125 here. These passes are valid for 12 months from purchase.
TBF Racing is proud to sponsor and promote Mountain Biking and cooperative safe trail usage on our local trails with the support of the following organizations: