Presented by: UMass Cycling Club + B2C2
Part of the EFTA XC Series
UMass + Five College Students Race Free
|| ECCC Racers get $15 off
(Email firstname.lastname@example.org for Bikereg code)
The infamous OHill Mountain Bike Race is back!
This race has guts dueyd and is easy to spectate. Guaranteed solid time or we’ll be surprised.
Racing will be held on a 2.5 mile long XCO style course of mostly wooded singletrack with approx 400ft of climbing per lap.
Tight downhills to put the roadies in their place, and brutal uphills to make the grav guys squirm.
A- Lines, B-Lines bring a dropah post.
“World cup level” and “A pain in the ass, but a really great course.”Former UMass Cycling rider, and local muscleman cyclist, Scott Yarosh
ALL Women Race Free!!! Please Pre-Reg
New to racing? Join the Women’s Beginner MTB racing clinic
Want to try racing? Join our race clinic for women at the Ohill MTB Race. All are welcome – new racers OR for anyone who wants to get more comfortable on this course in a supportive environment! We’ll practice starts, learn how the course flows, identify places for maintaining momentum or passing, and practice challenging spots if we have time. We have a hot hour – races follow at 11:15!
Pre-Registration closes NOON Friday, May 1st 2020
Day-of registration will be offered starting at 7:30 am and ending 30 minutes prior to the start of your race. There is a $5 late fee.
Each additional race entered is only $10
This IS an EFTA Event, and all participants will need to hold a current EFTA License, or buy a One Day EFTA License with registration.
EFTA One Day Licenses will also be sold on race day for $5
Checkout the points details at www.efta.com/races
Facilities: World class, unheated, porta-johns will be available on site.
Proudly Sponsored + Supported by Laughing Dog Bikes
The point of this race is to raise funds for the club. We do this so that we can provide new cyclist, experienced racers, and every cyclist in between, the opportunity to try racing.
Check a review of the ’17 race by onlooker and MTB local Harry, of the More Sky Better Blog
This race was brought back after a 7 year hiatus for 2017, and is now an annual club event. Weeks of trail work, and help from NEMBA in 2017, led to a clean up of the overgrown trails, and the addition of a new trail on the north side of O’Hill.