TORC presents the Curse at the Crab the 4th and final race in the TORC 2012-2013 Endurance Series. The Curse at the Crab is a six hour race on the flowing and fun Crabree Lake County Park Trails.
A kid's race will be held before the Curse at the Crab. The kid's race will be held on the single track trails of the park.
- 12:00 Kid's Race registration begins
- 1:00 Kid's Race Begins
- 1:30 Curse at the Crab registration begins
- 3:00 Race Begins
- 8:30 Last Lap Cutoff Time
- 9:00 Race End
- Expert: Men and Women
- Open: Men with age groups 19-29, 30-44, 45+ , Women
- Single Speed: Men and Women
- Juniors: Men and Women
- Duo: Men, Women, Co-Ed
- Recreation: A non-competitive class for riders who wish to take part in the event. Laps will be timed, but we will not be postings standings in the race results. Please come ride and learn the Crabree Trails. Feel free to ride as much or as little as you wish. Partake in the experience of an endurance event while helping to support TORC.
- $45.00 Expert, Open, Single Speed
- $30.00 Recreation
- $20.00 Juniors
- $90.00 Duo
- Kids - Free
Curse at the Crab has a field limit of 100 paid participants. Registration will be closed when the limit is reached.
Help is needed to mark the course and clean up. Racers who help mark the course and/or clean up get a reduced entry fee. Please contact me for details.
- All dogs must be leashed at all times
- Portable music (MP3, IPOD, Smart Phone, etc.) players are forbidden
- Pack out your own trash
Kids Race details:
A bit of information for the kid's race, which has been rescheduled for this Saturday, April 13, at 1:00.
The kid’s course will be as follows: enter the singletrack at an entrance at the top of the boat ramp, take the singletrack that weaves around the skills areas, go past the connections to Loop 1 and the B connector and take the doubletrack straight to the pump track. At the pump track turn right onto the Highland Trail. From here it’s the same as the 6-hour course: Highland Trail to Connector D, to the Lake Trail, and back to the boat ramp.
7-8 year olds: 1 lap. Estimated time 25 to 40 minutes*
9-10 y/o's: 1 lap. Estimate time just under 20 to a bit over 30 minutes.**
11-12 y/o's: 2 laps. Estimated time 35 to 45+ minutes.
13-14 y/o's: 2 laps. Estimated 30-45 minutes.**
*Strength and skills can vary widely among these age groups. Some riders, especially the younger and/or less experienced, may find the distance and singletrack course challenging. We encourage you to ride along with racers of any age group, but especially those you think might take longer or be nervous on the trails alone.
**These distances may be a bit short for the older kids or more experienced riders. Encourage them to focus on a hard effort over endurance (while staying safe, of course).
VOLUNTEERS- we'll need a few course marshals and adults to ride "sweep" at the back of the race. Please send me a message if you're able to volunteer. It's a relatively short event so an easy chance to earn some good volunteer karma.
Boys and girls of the same age will start together but they will have separate results/placings (example: Category 7/8 will have 1st, 2nd and 3rd place boys and 1st, 2nd and 3rd place girls).
Entry fee: FREE, thanks to TORC. TORC will, of course, be happy to take any donations at registration.
Registration: Race-day registration at the event, beginning around 12:00. Please be registered by 12:45, we'll have a racers meeting at 12:50.
Grown-ups are encouraged to ride along with their racers, just stay out of the way of the other racers - some kids may be faster than you expect.
Send me a PM with any questions or to volunteer.