The fourth HHH is ramping up to be prove to be a trail ripping, beer belching, sweat dripping good time.
Start out on the road heading up that deliciously grueling road climb, then turn left onto the East Overland trail for the payback of a nice breezy downhill run, turn right onto the access road, down to the pavilion (taking a beer up is optional), onto No Dab (don’t worry we won’t punish you with MZ skirt section this year)…down No Dab over the stream and stay left on No Dab till it loops back on over to Myrtle’s Romp. Stay right on Myrtle till it dumps you onto THE GUT (yes, you get to enjoy it going down again)… it will dump you out onto Goatboy where you will make the pretty boy climb up to Rib Tickler, right on Rib down the fun section then take it all the way back to the clearing. past the beer up again…. right onto Humpty Dumpty all the way to Torry’s trail… hang a left onto East Overland… right onto access road, to the finish line at parking lot… if sport or expert, you will go past finish/lap line… through the skills loop and pop back out taking a left back onto the Overland to do it all again… projected distances… 1st lap 8 miles… 2nd and 3rd laps. 6.2 miles… so 8,14 and 20….
The course is as follows….
First 30 to register will get this sweet stainless pint glass for free. They will be on sale for all others for $7.
Pre-Register Online: $35
Register at: Webscorer.com (Up till 8:00am race day)
Online registration will remain open until 8:00am race day. All waivers, racer info and money transactions are now taken care of through our registration website.
Day of Cost: $40.00
Race Check In: 8:00am – 9:30am (All riders must check-in for the day so your results and times are recorded accurately. Help us help you.)
Race Start: 10:15am Prompt (Pre-race rider meeting at 10:00am for latest course changes, updates and reminders)
AWARDS & PODIUMS:
Stay after the race to get your prize! Podiums, prizes and swag followed by food, beer and laughs. The party after the race is as much fun as the race. Hang out with fellow racers and re-live the bumps, bruises and victories.