Hey Northwest riders! This coming weekend (Oct. 1-2) will be AGS #5
at Silver Mt. in Kellogg, Idaho. If you haven't been to Silver Mt. in North Idaho then you need to come check out the sweet 3,200 vertical ft. of gondola accessible trails they have to offer. It's been a well kept secret but I have a feeling not for long!
October 1-2 – AGS #5
Silver Mt, Kellogg ID
This will be the second year of Silveroxx as part of the All Gravity Series, it will be a 2 day event. Saturday will be a longer downhill course at about 6-8 minutes with Sunday’s course being 4-5 minutes.
Both events will be DH races!
Online registration open until September 30th, there is a $5 late fee for registration at event.
USA CYCLING RELEASE FORM (this can also be filled out at the event)https://www.wheelsporteast.com/onlinereg.shtml
Your lift tickets will be available at registration, so you won’t have to go to Silver’s ticket office to get passes
They have agreed to start running the gondola at 8:30, so everyone will be able to get more runs in!
We’re getting some rain today, so hopefully the dirt will be dialed this weekend.
Camping is allowed in Silver’s parking lot, so feel free to bring the RV/tent/trailer or whatever!
Saturday 8:30 – 12:00 (Sundays course will be open for practice all day until 4pm)
Sunday 8:30 – 12:00 (lifts will run until 4pm)
Race will start at 1pm Saturday and 12:30pm Sunday, both days are USA Cycling sanctioned.
Awards will follow 45 minutes after each event.
Cost of race is $25/day
Day licenses will be $5/day (one license for each day of riding, including Friday practice)
Register online by September 30, 2011 – you can register online without making payment (select “cash/check/card at race”)
After September 30, 2011 there will be a $5 late registration fee. Racers may register online until 6pm June 16 and registration will also be open on both race days.
Lift ticket prices:
2 day – $45
1 day – $25
All riders will be required to have a license for practice AND race, whether it is a single day license purchased or a year license.
All racers will also be required to ride in a full faced helmet.