Battle of Cam Rock course preview and Women's MTB Clinic

There will be two events hosted at the Battle of Cam Rock course this week.

  • On Saturday May 7, the Trek Stores of Madison will host a Bike Demo between 12 and 4 PM, and WORS Women and the Trek Stores will hold a free ladies MTB Clinic between 1 and 3 (details here). Riders of all levels are welcome, and individualized skills work for both beginners and advanced riders will be available.

  • On Monday May 9, the Capital Off Road Pathfinders will host a course preview day between noon and 7 PM. The Trek Stores of Madison will have their demo bikes on hand between 3 and 7 PM. Details at the C.O.R.P. website, here.

Demo bikes that will be available from the Trek Stores of Madison include:

  • Trek EX 6 WSD 14.5
  • Trek EX 6 WSD 16.5
  • Trek EX 8 17
  • Trek EX 8 18 (two bikes)
  • Trek EX 8 19.5
  • Trek EX 9.8 17.5

A description of the Cam Rock III trails at WORS Women can be found hereHere‘s a video from one of last year’s Trek Team demo days at Cam Rock.

Trek Team Trail work & Demo day from velocorapture on Vimeo.

And here’s a sweet YouTube video of riding at Cam Rock III:

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About the author: Claire joined Team WORS in 2007. She administers the WORS photo contest, writes and edits race reports, and posts at WORS Facebook, Twitter and a few other sites. Claire helped to found the WORS Women group and helps lead the WORS Learn to Race Clinic before each WORS event.


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2 Responses to “Battle of Cam Rock course preview and Women's MTB Clinic”

  1. Profile photo of Claire
    May 7, 2011 at 10:19 am #

    It’s Saturday and we’re also bringing three HiFi Deluxe – 17, 19 and 21. See you on the trails!

  2. May 9, 2011 at 10:04 pm #

    Thank you to all the people that came out to CamRock on Saturday and Monday. The trails were in great shape for this early in the season, even with a little some rain shower earlier in the day.

    Also a special Thank You to the Trek Stores of Madison for bringing the demo bikes out on Saturday and Monday night.

    Our Course Director, Alan Kinnaman and I will be making some small course revisions based on input from the riders. We will be removing some log sections which have been in place in a couple locations on the course to increase the flow. We will not be adding the Outback trail to the Elite course, but will be running all categories on Veritas.

    We will breaking ground on the new Elite section of three switchbacks which will bring Elite race from the area near Heathers Bar to the top of the Fun and Done downhill by the next preview in at the end of June. This will increase the length of the Elite course to around 7 miles with about 1000 feet of climbing per lap.