Platte River Battle Royale

Date: Saturday, May 10, 2014
Location: Platte River State Park, Louisville, NE
Race Host: Cycleworks/Moose’s Tooth
Contact: Kris Sonderup 402-430-4566 or ksonderup@aol.com

PRE-REGISTRATION at RaceRegister.net!

Online registration closes at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 28!   

Racers under the age of 18 need a parent or guardian to register them and sign the waiver at the event.

DAY-OF REGISTRATION
Day-of registration can only be done at the race venue. The cost is $10 on top of your entry fee. Cut off time for same day registration is 30 minutes before your event.

RACE SCHEDULE

8:00am, Trail Run Race
1. Trail Run Men Under 40
2. Trail Run Women Under 40
3. Trail Run Men Over 40
4. Trail Run Women Over 40
*Depending upon turn-out, groups may be started together.

9:30am Trail Run Podium Presentation

10:00am Mountain Bike Race

  1. Marathon Men & Women
  2. Cat 3 Men 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50+
  3. Cat 3 Women Open
  4. Juniors

11:30am Awards Ceremony Cat 3/Juniors/First Timers

12:00pm

  1. Cat 1 Men 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50+
  2. Cat 1 Women Open

12:02pm

  1. Cat 2 Men 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50+
  2. Cat 2 Women Open

2:30pm Awards Ceremony Cat 1/2/Marathon

More info on Categories here.

The Course:

The best of the best in this state, PRSP is set in the tree-lined hills above the Platte River. The trails are technically challenging, offering racers miles of power rolling single track. But to get to the holy grail, racers will first have to tackle the long double-track horse trails at the start. There are lots of roller coaster sections and a rocky stream bed that will definitely raise the pucker factor, too! Race loop is approximately 5 miles for all levels.

The Venue:
Platte River State Park, is located between Louisville, NE and South Bend. The park is great family gathering place. It features many cabins (call ahead to reserve), each in their own semi-private area with a picnic table and fire pit. Or rent a TeePee! There is a pool, a pond for paddle boating, tennis courts, modern bathrooms and visitor’s center. On the east side of the park is a 5 story observation tower. If you’re not racing, test your lungs with a climb to the top. You’ll be rewarded with a prime view of the Platte River valley.

One-day state park permit required. You can purchase one here.

Directions:
Take Hwy 50/144th Street south from Omaha through Louisville. Once past Louisville, take a right turn on HWY 66 for not quite a mile. Watch for the sign to Platte on the right. You can also take the Platte exit 426 off of I-80 and head east through South Bend. Once at the park entrance, take a right and follow the road past the tower and then take a right at the fork. Follow the road down a steep hill. Park in the designated spots or take a left near the stables and park closer to the start/finish.

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