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Sunday, May 11, 2008 -- Morgantown, WV / Coopers Rock State Forest
Henry Clay 30K - WVMBA #4
12 NOON START... Save time at registration![Entry Form]
Do Both Races This Weekend! Henry Clay Race Weekend PRIZES -Race Director, Gunnar Shogren says, "New this year; we're offering some prizes for those who finish with the best total time from the mountain AND road race!" Get more info:[ New Road Race ]and the 30K MTB Race.
Juniors 14 & Under - $25.00
High School - $25.00
Beginner - $25.00
If you do both races - $45.00 total for both days..
-All other Classes-
Non-WVMBA Members - $35.00
WVMBA - $30.00
The Return of Rock City!
Sports and Experts only. Experts get to do it twice, which also means Ridge Trail twice... How cool is that?
All Expert classes race for cash!
The more in your class, the more $$ in the pot. I consider SS to be an Expert class.
Happy Mothers Day!
All moms and mothers race for 1/2 price. Go Mom Go!
Sirianni's Pizza and Pasta Salad!
You don't have to travel on down to Davis this week to get your fix. Yumm.
Made possible by these fine sponsors-
"With its extensive trail system and rugged terrain, it's no wonder that the forest trails see many visitors from far off lands such as Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York and Ohio. One thing not lacking at Coopers are rocks. Lots of rocks waiting for the next unfortunate underinflated tire to pinch flat." --- iPlayOutside's play-boy on the scene, Dave McKain.
Note: Water is in short supply, bring what you need!
Driving Directions: The park is located just east of Morgantown, West Virginia (home of WVU) on I-68. Take the Coopers Rock State Forest Exit. The take a right and follow the race signs. Race parking and start will be at the Henry Clay Furnace Parking Lot.
Photos provided by iPlayOutside.com
About Coopers Rock: Coopers Rock State Forest is 13 miles east of Morgantown and 8 miles west of Bruceton Mills. Its 12,713 acres are bisected by Interstate 68. Although the forest serves as a recreation and preservation area, it has a wider range of uses. West Virginia's state forests also serve as areas of publicly owned land for forestry research, timber management, and watershed and wildlife protection. The side north of Interstate 68, known as the WVU Forest, makes up the forest management area leased by the West Virginia University Division of Forestry for forestry research, teaching, and demonstration. To the south of I-68 is the main recreation area.
|Start Date:||2008-05-11 Start Time: 1:00am|
|Event Name:||Henry Clay 30K - WVMBA #4|
Morgantown, WV 26501|
Coopers Rock State Forest
West Virginia Mountain Bike Association|
|Comments:||Photos by iPlayOutside.com|