A 30-mile, point to point race dubbed the Mt. Borah Epic will be a highlight event of the 2013 CAMBA Festival of Trails. CAMBA, short for Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association, has developed miles of pristine, smooth single track that the Epic route will pay tribute to. All of the race profits will go back to CAMBA, benefiting the continuous growth and development of trail systems. The festival in Hayward, Wisconsin, will be held June 8-9, 2013.
Racers will start at Telemark Resort, located near Cable, then ride south towards Hayward, finishing 30 miles down the trail at Hatchery Creek Park, just outside of town. Along the route, riders will traverse everything from fast, rolling single track, to twisting, challenging trail sections that make this race truly epic. Other unique features include a 200-foot "log prime shortcut" and a section of trail CAMBA calls the "Gravity Cavity.” All these features and more to ensure the racecourse takes full advantage of CAMBA’s trail building expertise.
To learn more about the Mt. Borah Epic, stay updated on event details, inquire about sponsorship opportunities or to volunteer, please visit www.mtborahepic.com.
About Mt. Borah
In business since 1997, Mt. Borah has grown to become the premier manufacturer of high quality custom sublimated active apparel; including cycling, Nordic, alpine, triathlon, running and corporate. All of Mt. Borah’s custom products are precision made at the company’s headquarters in Coon Valley, Wisconsin, where the latest technological advancements in apparel production are utilized.
The Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association, is a 501(c)3, non-profit organization whose mission is: To support mountain bike advocacy, education, sustainable trail development and tourism in the Chequamegon Area in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service, local governments and agencies and private landowners. CAMBA is responsible for the development and management of a regional mountain bike trail system of over 300 miles in northern Sawyer and southern Bayfield Counties of Wisconsin. Trails are based in the towns of Cable, Delta, Drummond, Hayward, Namakagon and Seeley on National and county forests and some private land.