Events

FLAGSTAFF – FLAGSTAFF FRENZY MBAA

LOCATION:
Fort Valley Trailhead (Map)
Flagstaff, AZ

GENERAL INFORMATION:
The XC series finale, this race can make or break a few titles. Riders will be at altitude with a wee bit of climbing 🙂Expect pine trees a plenty and some descending that will keep you grinning ear to ear!

DIRECTIONS/CAMPING:
Camping is permitted on National Forest Land near Fort Valley trailhead. There is also camping at the Freidlein Dispersed Camping Area off of Snow Bowl Rd. Please take a look at our venue map to know where park & camp.

Note, this will also be NAU graduation weekend so if you’re looking to book a hotel book early.

View the parking & camping map.

FOOD ONSITE:
  • Single Speed Coffee

OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER:

REGISTRATION FEES – 
Save money and time – sign up online, early!
$25 First timers (1x only – no points awarded, no awards)
$25 Juniors (18 and under, price never changes)
$45 Early – up until Sunday at 11:59pm week of the event
$50 On-time – Monday 12:00am until Thursday 8:00pm
$60 Late & Day of registration – Thursday 8:01pm until 30 min prior to race start
Need to change your category?  No problem – send an email to the registration director
MBAA MEMBERSHIP:
Signup for an MBAA membership for just $20 ($10 for juniors under 18) and contribute directly to trail projects across the state. Plug you’ll get a cool pair of members only socks and sticker. You’ll also be entered into out members only raffles drawn at each race!
 
MBAA REFUND POLICY:

Up until 2 weeks before the event you may get a 50% refund or 100% transfer to the next event.  If there is no next event (ie the finals) we cannot make any further accommodations.

CATEGORIES:
Elite (Pro) – Professional cyclist, competes at the highest level
Expert (Cat 1) – Wicked fast, seasoned racer
Intermediate (Cat 2) – Dang fast, not just a weekend warrior, usually rides quite bit
Beginner (Cat 3) – Relatively new to the sport
First Timer – Newbie, never raced with MBAA or has no experience with mountain bike racing
Single Speed – Only one gear on bike, likes to suffer (our kind of folks)
Masters Men 60+ – Older gents, 60+ years of age
Rock Crusher – Gents 200lbs or more
Fat Bike – 3 inch tires or wider
Marathon – Long distance rider, approx. 3.5-hrs or more per race, likes to really suffer (most definitely our kind of folks)
Junior – Ages 6-8, 9-10, 11-12, 13-14
Kids – 7 & under that likes a short, FREE race

Note – if you are racing Expert 45+ men or Expert Single Speed men and want a shot at cash, you need to change categories and race Expert Open. No exceptions, no changing after the fact.

RACE AGE:
The age you will be on Dec. 31, 2018.

AWARDS:
Awards are 3 deep per category.
Awards will be done as soon as possible after protest periods end and results are approved by the officials.

PAYOUTS:
Top 5 Marathon male
Top 5 Marathon female
Top 5 Elite/Expert Open male
Top 5 Elite/Expert Open female

1st = $100
2nd = $90
3rd  = $80
4th = $50
5th = $25

VOLUNTEER: (Sign Up)
Every event is not possible without the help and support of volunteers. Help make these events great by giving back a bit of your time. 5 volunteer hours are required to be eligible for the series championship. A friend or family member can volunteer in a racers place.

START TIMES & LAP COUNTS:
Flagstaff Start Times & Lap Counts

COURSE MAP:
Flagstaff Frenzy

  • Green Arrows – Junior Loop (4-miles) – A fun loop through the pine trees on the Fort Valley trails.
  • Blue Arrows – Short Loop (8-miles) – A longer loop up and around some rocky climbs and ripping fast descents!
  • Black Arrows – Long Loop (20-miles) GPS – A much longer loop all around the best parts of Flagstaff. Rocky Moto out to Lower Oldham, up Elden Lookout Rd. Down the AZT and back through the Fort Valley trails.

Long loop is ~1900 ft of elevation gain:

RACE DAY SCHEDULE:
7:15 am – Registration Opens! – Bring ID, be patient please
*All athletes must check in/register 30-mins prior to start time
8:30 am – Elite & Intermediate Men (wave 1)
8:40 am – All Marathon Start
10:30 am – Beginner Men (wave 2)
11:30 am – Elite, Intermediate & Beginner Women (wave 3)
12:00 pm – Awards for wave 1
12:30 pm – Free kid’s race (ages 6 & under)
1:00 pm – Awards for wave 2 & marathon
1:30 pm – Juniors (wave 4)
2:30 pm – Awards for wave 3
3:30 pm – Awards for wave 4

* Series awards will follow wave awards. Team awards will be at the end of the 3:30 awards.

PRESCOTT – PRESCOTT PUNISHER MBAA

LOCATION:
Pioneer Park (Map)
Prescott, AZ

GENERAL INFORMATION:
Prescott is a fantastic area for mountain biking. Just two weeks before the Whiskey Off-Road, this race will be a great, high intensity tune up for those racing the Whiskey. There are a lot of new trails at Pioneer Park. Fast, fun, flowy, singletrack!

DIRECTIONS/CAMPING:
There will be free camping at Pioneer Park in dirt lot to the south of the baseball field and in the main paved parking lot (see the map).

FOOD ONSITE:
  • Single Speed Coffee

OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER:

REGISTRATION FEES:
Save money and time – sign up online, early!
$25 First timers (1x only – no points awarded, no awards)
$25 Juniors (18 and under, price never changes)
$45 Early – up until Sunday at 11:59pm week of the event
$50 On-time – Monday 12:00am until Thursday 8:00pm
$60 Late & Day of registration – Thursday 8:01pm until 30 min prior to race start
Need to change your category? No problem – send an email to the registration director

MBAA MEMBERSHIP:
Signup for an MBAA membership for just $20 ($10 for juniors under 18) and contribute directly to trail projects across the state. Plug you’ll get a cool pair of members only socks and sticker. You’ll also be entered into out members only raffles drawn at each race!

MBAA REFUND POLICY:
Up until 2 weeks before the event you may get a 50% refund or 100% transfer to the next event. If there is no next event (ie the finals) we cannot make any further accommodations.

CATEGORIES:
Elite (Pro) – Professional cyclist, competes at the highest level
Expert (Cat 1) – Wicked fast, seasoned racer
Intermediate (Cat 2) – Dang fast, not just a weekend warrior, usually rides quite bit
Beginner (Cat 3) – Relatively new to the sport
First Timer – Newbie, never raced with MBAA or has no experience with mountain bike racing
Single Speed – Only one gear on bike, likes to suffer (our kind of folks)
Masters Men 60+ – Older gents, 60+ years of age
Rock Crusher – Gents 200lbs or more
Fat Bike – 3 inch tires or wider
Marathon – Long distance rider, approx. 3.5-hrs or more per race, likes to really suffer (most definitely our kind of folks)
Junior – Ages 6-8, 9-10, 11-12, 13-14
Kids – 7 & under that likes a short, FREE race

Note – if you are racing Expert 45+ men or Expert Single Speed men and want a shot at cash, you need to change categories and race Expert Open. No exceptions, no changing after the fact.

RACE AGE:
The age you will be on Dec. 31, 2018.

AWARDS:
Awards are 3 deep per category.
Awards will be done as soon as possible after protest periods end and results are approved by the officials.

PAYOUTS:
Top 5 Marathon male
Top 5 Marathon female
Top 5 Elite/Expert Open male
Top 5 Elite/Expert Open female

1st = $100
2nd = $90
3rd = $80
4th = $50
5th = $25

VOLUNTEER: (Sign Up)
Every event is not possible without the help and support of volunteers. Help make these events great by giving back a bit of your time. 5 volunteer hours are required to be eligible for the series championship. A friend or family member can volunteer in a racers place.

START TIMES & LAP COUNTS:
Prescott Start Times & Lap Counts

COURSE MAPS:
Prescott Punisher

RACE DAY SCHEDULE:
7:15 am – Registration Opens! – Bring ID, be patient please
*All athletes must check in/register 30-mins prior to start time
8:30 am – Elite & Intermediate Men (wave 1)
8:40 am – All Marathon Start
10:30 am – Beginner Men (wave 2)
11:30 am – Elite, Intermediate & Beginner Women (wave 3)
12:00 pm – Awards for wave 1
12:30 pm – Free kid’s race (ages 6 & under)
1:00 pm – Awards for wave 2 & marathon
1:30 pm – Juniors (wave 4)
2:30 pm – Awards for wave 3
3:30 pm – Awards for wave 4

14TH TENNESSEE MOUNTAINS 2018 – Jeep Jamboree USA

The Tennessee Mountains Jeep Jamboree offers three full-days of off-road adventure.  No other Jamboree in our schedule offers you 3 days of trail riding.  The idea for this event was inspired by local coordinator Bob Yarbrough for participants who wanted more that just two days of off-roading.  The mountain vistas create a dynamic back drop for this scenic Tennessee Mountain Jeep Jamboree.

The Windrock Park offers some of the best rock crawling opportunities in the country. Jeep® Jamboree veterans and first timers alike will enjoy the majestic scenery on the 72,000 acres of off-road bliss. The more difficult trails include off-cambers, hill climbs, rocks, and mud.

Tow points and CB Radio Mandatory.

Participant Jeeps with tires over 37″ WILL BE TURNED AWAY AT VEHICLE EVALUATION AND WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO ATTEND JAMBOREE, NO REFUND.

WHITE TANK – WHITE TANK WHIRLWIND MBAA

LOCATION: 
White Tanks Regional Park (Map)
20304 W. White Tank Mountain Road
Waddell, AZ 85355

GENERAL INFORMATION:
White Tank Regional Park is a great course with a mix of flow and technical sections that has long been a staple of the MBAA. White Tanks is part of the Maricopa County Regional park system, it’s close to the Phoenix Metro area and offers up some all around great riding.

There is a $6 per vehicle entrance fee for this park.

DIRECTIONS/CAMPING:
From central Phoenix, take I -10 west towards LA they will take exit 125 (Sarival).  At Sarival they will take a Right on to Sarival.  Next street will be McDowell they will take a Left at McDowell.  Follow McDowell till you reach the 303 and make a Right on the 303.  Follow the 303 till you reach Northern and make a Left onto Northern.  Follow Northern till you reach Cotton and make a Right onto Cotton.  Follow Cotton till you reach Olive and make a Left onto Olive and follow Olive to the park.  Follow park road all the way till it ends to the Competitive track location.

From the North – If those coming down the 303 from the North  then they will follow 303 till they reach Cactus and make a Right onto Cactus and follow Cactus till they reach Cotton and make a Left.  Follow Cotton till you reach Olive and make a Right on Olive.  Follow Olive to the Park.  Once at the park follow may park road till the end of the park road to the Competitive track.

CAMPING:
Camping is allowed at this venue. No RV hookups. Review our venue map to ensure you won’t be in the way!

FOOD ONSITE:

  • Ralph’s Snack Bar
  • Single Speed Coffee
OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER:
REGISTRATION FEES:
Save money and time – sign up online, early!
$25 First timers (1x only – no points awarded, no awards)
$25 Juniors (18 and under, price never changes)
$45 Early – up until Sunday at 11:59pm week of the event
$50 On-time – Monday 12:00am until Thursday 8:00pm
$60 Late & Day of registration – Thursday 8:01pm until 30 min prior to race start
Need to change your category? No problem – send an email to the registration director
MBAA MEMBERSHIP:
Signup for an MBAA membership for just $20 ($10 for juniors under 18) and contribute directly to trail projects across the state. Plug you’ll get a cool pair of members only socks and sticker. You’ll also be entered into out members only raffles drawn at each race!

MBAA REFUND POLICY:
Up until 2 weeks before the event you may get a 50% refund or 100% transfer to the next event.  If there is no next event (ie the finals) we cannot make any further accommodations.

CATEGORIES:
Elite (Pro) – Professional cyclist, competes at the highest level
Expert (Cat 1) – Wicked fast, seasoned racer
Intermediate (Cat 2) – Dang fast, not just a weekend warrior, usually rides quite bit
Beginner (Cat 3) – Relatively new to the sport
First Timer – Newbie, never raced with MBAA or has no experience with mountain bike racing
Single Speed – Only one gear on bike, likes to suffer (our kind of folks)
Masters Men 60+ – Older gents, 60+ years of age
Rock Crusher – Gents 200lbs or more
Fat Bike – 3 inch tires or wider
Marathon – Long distance rider, approx. 3.5-hrs or more per race, likes to really suffer (most definitely our kind of folks)
Junior – Ages 6-8, 9-10, 11-12, 13-14
Kids – 7 & under that like a short, FREE race

Note – if you are racing Expert 45+ men or Expert Single Speed men and want a shot at cash, you need to change categories and race Expert Open. No exceptions, no changing after the fact.

RACE AGE:
The age you will be on Dec. 31, 2018.

AWARDS:
Awards are 3 deep per category.
Awards will be done as soon as possible after protest periods end and results are approved by the officials.

PAYOUTS:
Top 5 Marathon male
Top 5 Marathon female
Top 5 Elite/Expert Open male
Top 5 Elite/Expert Open female

1st = $100
2nd = $90
3rd  = $80
4th = $50
5th = $25

VOLUNTEER: (Sign Up)
Every event is not possible without the help and support of volunteers. Help make these events great by giving back a bit of your time. 5 volunteer hours are required to be eligible for the series championship. A friend or family member can volunteer in a racers place.

START TIMES & LAP COUNTS:
White Tanks Start Times & Lap Counts

COURSE MAP:
White Tanks Course Map

  • Green Arrows – Junior Loop (2.6-miles) GPS – A fast and flowy loop with great singletrack in and out of ravines.
  • Blue Arrows – Inner loop (5-miles) GPS – A slightly longer version of the fast and flowy Junior loop.
  • Black Arrows – Outer loop (7-miles) GPS – The Outer loop has a bit more teach when it branches off from the Inner loop. Up a steep switchback climb and down a technical descent.

RACE DAY SCHEDULE:
7:15 am – Registration Opens! – Bring ID, be patient please
*All athletes must check in/register 30-mins prior to start time
8:30 am – Elite & Intermediate Men (wave 1)
8:40 am – All Marathon Start
10:30 am – Beginner Men (wave 2)
11:30 am – Elite, Intermediate & Beginner Women (wave 3)
12:00 pm – Awards for wave 1
12:30 pm – Free kid’s race (ages 6 & under)
1:00 pm – Awards for wave 2 & marathon
1:30 pm – Juniors (wave 4)
2:30 pm – Awards for wave 3
3:30 pm – Awards for wave 4

24th Pine Barrens – Jeep Jamboree USA

Centered around Batsto Historic Village, many of the trails date back to the 17th century when they were used to transport bog ore to be made into cannon balls for the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. Since then, many more trails have been established by the Forest Service in this area known as the Pine Barrens, encompassing one million acres of pine forests, cedar swamps and streams. Water flows from the Kirkwood-Cohansey aquifer – one of the largest on the continent. There is usually an abundance of water, so expect to get your feet wet and your Jeep® 4×4 muddy in the many mud holes and water crossings.

Tow points and CB Radio Mandatory.

Participant Jeeps with tires over 37″ WILL BE TURNED AWAY AT VEHICLE EVALUATION AND WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO ATTEND JAMBOREE, NO REFUND.

TEXAS SPUR 2018 – Jeep Jamboree USA

Saddle up and hit the trails in the heart of Texas Hill Country. This Jamboree offers some of the most challenging terrain in Texas. Held at the historic Inks Ranch, this trip includes granite domes, rock climbs, sandy draws and several scenic vistas. Located near Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, our trail system winds around Watch Mountain, a 300-ft wall of granite.

You may even spot some wildlife, such as aoudad, axis deer, blackbuck, and bald eagles!

Tow points and CB Radio Mandatory.

Participant Jeeps with tires over 37″ WILL BE TURNED AWAY AT VEHICLE EVALUATION AND WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO ATTEND JAMBOREE, NO REFUND.

3RD TABLE MESA 2018- Jeep Jamboree USA

Jeep Jamboree USA brings to you its newest Jamboree located approximately 17 miles north of Phoenix, Arizona in the Table Mesa Recreation area. This recreation area is very popular with Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) users featuring: hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking and off-highway vehicle travel. The Table Mesa Recreation area encompasses approximately 11,557 acres of some of Arizona’s beautiful high desert ranging in elevation from 1800 to 2600 feet. You’ll have to keep an eye for the Arizona wildlife and you’ll surely see your share of cacti. This area is full of history from Arizona’s mining days with old remnants of foundations, mine shafts, and ghost towns for the adventurous Jeep traveler. Nearby places of interest include the Rock Springs Café in Rock Springs Arizona, which is famous for their fantastic tasting pies. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are also not to be missed. Also nearby, are the small towns of Cleator, Crown King, Bumble Bee, and Black Canyon City.

The Table Mesa Recreation area has also become quite popular for its established OHV travel routes varying in skill level from scenic (1-2 rating) to technical vehicle routes (6-8 rating). Six technical vehicle routes have been designated for the 4×4 enthusiasts to challenge their vehicles and driving abilities. With names like: Lower Terminator, Upper Terminator, Predator, and Crapshoot just to name a few. These trails offer medium to large boulders, off camber, and steep climbs, technical rock crawling, steep, loose, and rocky ledges, and definitely some excitement. Some trails offer a good workout for your Jeep’s suspension where a mild to moderate suspension lift will do the job. Locking differentials will be helpful in some places to help negotiate obstacles.

Tow points and CB Radio Mandatory.

Participant Jeeps with tires over 37″ WILL BE TURNED AWAY AT VEHICLE EVALUATION AND WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO ATTEND JAMBOREE, NO REFUND.

LAKE HAVASU – HAVASU HAVOC MBAA

LOCATION: 
Sara Park (Map)
7260 Sara Parkway
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86406

GENERAL INFORMATION:
We are returning to Havasu! A scenic drive, awesome views and fun trail…and some good local beer enticed us back to this venue. Sara Park has a BMX track, baseball fields and plenty of other goodness for the whole family. Be sure to visit the lake. It is amazingly clear and HUGE.  We will be staging out of the Rodeo grounds and we’ll have plenty of room for campers/RV’s etc.

CAMPING:
RVs are allowed
– (no hookups) will be available at this new venue Thursday until Sunday am – only issue is we may need you to move, as we will not have anyone available to tell you where to camp at the Rodeo Grounds till Friday afternoon. Review our site layout for where to setup.

Tent camping is ok at the Rodeo Grounds only (dirt lot).

FOOD ONSITE:
  • Coffee, hot chocolate, water, soda
  • Breakfast burritos, hamburgers, hot dogs, chips, snacks
  • Mudshark Brewing Co.

OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER:

REGISTRATION FEES:
Save money and time – sign up online, early!
$25 First timers (1x only – no points awarded, no awards)
$25 Juniors (18 and under, price never changes)
$45 Early – up until Sunday at 11:59pm week of the event
$50 On-time – Monday 12:00am until Thursday 8:00pm
$60 Late & Day of registration – Thursday 8:01pm until 30 min prior to race start
Need to change your category? No problem – send an email to the registration director

MBAA MEMBERSHIP:
Signup for an MBAA membership for just $20 ($10 for juniors under 18) and contribute directly to trail projects across the state. Plug you’ll get a cool pair of members only socks and sticker. You’ll also be entered into out members only raffles drawn at each race!

MBAA REFUND POLICY:
Up until 2 weeks before the event you may get a 50% refund or 100% transfer to the next event.  If there is no next event (ie the finals) we cannot make any further accommodations.

CATEGORIES:
Elite (Pro) – Professional cyclist, competes at the highest level
Expert (Cat 1) – Wicked fast, seasoned racer
Intermediate (Cat 2) – Dang fast, not just a weekend warrior, usually rides quite bit
Beginner (Cat 3) – Relatively new to the sport
First Timer – Newbie, never raced with MBAA or has no experience with mountain bike racing
Single Speed – Only one gear on bike, likes to suffer (our kind of folks)
Masters Men 60+ – Older gents, 60+ years of age
Rock Crusher – Gents 200lbs or more
Fat Bike – 3 inch tires or wider
Marathon – Long distance rider, approx. 3.5-hrs or more per race, likes to really suffer (most definitely our kind of folks)
Junior – Ages 6-8, 9-10, 11-12, 13-14
Kids – 6 & under that likes a short, FREE race

Note – if you are racing Expert 45+ men or Expert Single Speed men and want a shot at cash, you need to change categories and race Expert Open. No exceptions, no changing after the fact.

RACE AGE:
The age you will be on Dec. 31, 2018.

AWARDS:
Awards are 3 deep per category.
Awards will be done as soon as possible after protest periods end and results are approved by the officials.

PAYOUTS:
Top 5 Marathon male
Top 5 Marathon female
Top 5 Elite/Expert Open male
Top 5 Elite/Expert Open female

1st = $100
2nd = $90
3rd  = $80
4th = $50
5th = $25

VOLUNTEER: (Sign Up)
Every event is not possible without the help and support of volunteers. Help make these events great by giving back a bit of your time. 5 volunteer hours are required to be eligible for the series championship. A friend or family member can volunteer in a racers place.

START TIMES & LAP COUNTS:
Havasu Start Times & Lap Counts

COURSE MAPS:
Havasu Havoc

  • Green Arrows – Junior (3-miles) – A fun quick loop around the fair grounds, great for spectating.
  • Blue Arrows – Watershed (10-miles) – A jewel in the desert with spectacular views of the cliffs. The course starts out with a fast rolling climb before turning onto the spine and through the canyon. The singletrack is sure to keep a big smile on your face!

RACE DAY SCHEDULE:
7:15 am – Registration Opens! – Bring ID, be patient please
*All athletes must check in/register 30-mins prior to start time
8:30 am – Elite & Intermediate Men (wave 1)
8:40 am – All Marathon Start
10:30 am – Beginner Men (wave 2)
11:30 am – Elite, Intermediate & Beginner Women (wave 3)
12:00 pm – Awards for wave 1
12:30 pm – Free kid’s race (ages 6 & under)
1:00 pm – Awards for wave 2 & marathon
1:30 pm – Juniors (wave 4)
2:30 pm – Awards for wave 3
3:30 pm – Awards for wave 4