#7 | Refo Ramble

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USA Cycling Assumption of Risk, Release of Liability, Covenant Not to Sue and Indemnity Agreement

Juniors (Racer under the age of eighteen as of the day of their registration) not accompanied at the race venue by a parent or legal guardian must present a signed form at registration.

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Location & Sponsors

#7 | Refo Ramble

Event Address for map
4378 Reforestation Rd Suamico
Sponsor Additional Text
  • ANST (Ashwaubenon Nordic Ski Team)
  • Pete’s Garage
  • Stadium Bike
Contact Information

Scott Putman
(920) 609-5654
cputman@new.rr.com

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We are racing in 2020 on Saturday August 15! And the race will be back next year as part of the series on Saturday August 14, 2021.

Working with USA Cycling, Brown County Parks and Brown County Health Department, we have a format with a bit of the head to head racing we all enjoy along with the separation and safety we need to have in place for an event.  You can expect a course like what we've used for Stump Farm in the fall with 10 miles or more per lap. 

REGISTRATION

We are registering online only. We have a field limit in Citizen and Sport categories.  Registration for the race is at https://www.bikereg.com/refo-ramble and opens August 1.  Registration closes August 14 at 6 pm. 

If you do not have an annual USA Cycling license, you can purchase a $5 one day license at online race registration.  If you plan to race on an annual license, enter your license number when you register and show your license at registration.  This year only, you can pay us your one day trail pass fee during registration if you don't have an annual pass and want to get a race day pass in a one stop shop.  

Your registration is final. No refunds for any reason.  No race day registration.

Start lists will be posted starting at noon on Friday, August 14, at http://www.performancetiming.com/

We will make waves of 10, grouped by gender and age group within a category, with 5 minutes between starts to load. If you register after 12 noon on Friday, you will be placed in an added wave published the evening of August 14.  

MASKING REQUIRED for plate pick up, start queues, start box and award pick up.

You will not get a race plate unless you mask up. You cannot start unless you mask in the start line queue and in your start box.  Masks are not required on course. Masks will be required to pick up your award! 

AWARDS and RESULTS

Each age group and gender will get medals similar to what we rolled out at the Stump Farm last year.  Awards are available at the booth where you got your race plate.  Mask required for award pick up!

Results will be posted on http://www.performancetiming.com/

Course Description

RACING

Brown County requires a trail pass to race. They may check riders.  The pass supports the trails. The County has been a pretty solid partner in trail work and community interface.  Bring exact change ($5) or buy a pass online on day of race.

You will notice the race order is fastest first following USA Cycling's COVID-19 plan. The race order is Comp Elite, then Sport, then Citizen and younger juniors.   

The course will ride opposite normal direction in places and course marking crew will have the course open Saturday morning for your racing pleasure!

Amenities & Additional Information

Riding at the camp is fast and exhilarating, the course uses a both the flowy single track and frequently interspersed two track where you have to put the hammer down.  Expect to ride on hard dirt, roots, ride some sand with a visit to a bog or two.  The course is a great mix of the Camp’s 1550 acres of trails and woods.  We are using a longer course and fewer laps to keep racer density low.  

CONVENIENCES

To lower the risk of COVID-19 spread, we will have limited conveniences.  We will have no indoor spaces available. We'll have a half dozen Porta Jons, multiple hand sanitizing stations and access to the Lodge hose. No food will be available for sale. The Park is carry in carry out for any trash, so bring a garbage bag and pack up your waste!

We will have course marshals every couple of miles but no water stops/cup hand ups.  You can set up canopies/tents in the woods along the lap road, close to the start area.

So please bring your own water, drinks and food. Stay safe even when you aren't required to mask using distance and masking. By race time local rules may change and we will keep our facebook event/page up to date as best we can.

No Dogs (pets) Allowed. Proximity to the NEW Zoo prohibits pets.

Schedule
Events schedule and age groups, register at https://www.bikereg.com/refo-ramble 
Race category Approx start time**** Approximate race duration Number of laps Age groups** Registration fee*
Elite (Pro and Cat 1) men and women*** 10:00 AM 110 minutes 3 separate men and women waves $45
Cat 1 Junior men and women 10:00 AM 120 minutes 3 separate men and women waves $35
Comp (Cat 2) 10:00 AM 120 minutes 3 separate age group (19 to 30, 31 to 40, 41 to 50, 51 plus) for men and women $40
Sport (Cat 2), Junior (U19) Cat 2 12:30 PM 85 minutes 2 separate age group (U19, 19 to 30, 31 to 40, 41 to 45, 46 to 50, 51 to 55, 56 plus for men and women $38, $30 (U19 Junior)
Citizen (Cat 3) 2:30 PM 55 minutes 1 separate age group (19 to 30, 31 to 40, 41 to 50, 51 plus) for men and women $35
Junior "citizen" (age class U15, U17 and U19) 2:30 PM 60 minutes 1 separate age group (U15, U17 and U19) and separate girls and boys waves $25
Junior "short" (age class U14 and U17) 3:45 PM 35 minutes partial separate age group (U14, U17) and separate girls and boys waves $20
Additional Race Information

 

 
         
Race duration based our estimate given a new course.  Laps subject to change based on conditions!

* Race Registrants must either purchase a $5 one day USA cycling license online on bikereg.com or present their USA Cycling annual license at race registration.

**Wave starts are  in  women-only waves and men-only waves and you will start with your age group. There may  be some merging of age groups to make full waves of 10. Your wave assignment will be random after the gender and age group sort.  Entries after 12 noon on Friday will be randomly placed in waves at the end of the category.


***Ordinarily there is no one day license option for Pro & Cat 1 entrants.  We have partnered with USA Cycling to allow Cat 1 riders to race on a one-day license during the COVID-19 pandemic.  This is a one-time option.

****Start lists with your exact start time will be posted at http://www.performancetiming.com/ twice. First in the afternoon of the 14th so you can plan your day. Second in the evening for later registrants.


Register: Online only! https://www.bikereg.com/refo-ramble 
Absolutely no race day registration.

Places To Stay

PLACES TO STAY

All hotels just south of the race venue in Green Bay, 10 minute drive to race.

  • Country Inn and Suites – Suamico 920-884-2000
  • AmericInn 920-434-9790
  • Comfort Suites 920-499-7449

Camping may be available at the Pulaski Polka Grounds (8.1 miles away). For reservations call the village at 920-822-5182 or email Tiffany at treyment@villageofpulaski.org.

 

Awards

AWARDS

Each age group and gender will get medals similar to what we rolled out at the Stump Farm last year.  Awards are available at the booth where you got your race plate.  Mask required for award pick up!

The award classes and age group depth is noted below.

Class
Distance
Age group
    Awards Male
  Awards Female
Pro Elite Cat 1
3 laps
 
   10
   3
Comp Elite
3 laps
 
   10
   3
Junior Comp/Elite Cat 1       
3 laps
U19
   3
   3
Comp Cat 2
3 laps
19 - 30
   3
   3
 
 
31 - 40
   3
   3
 
 
41 - 50
   3
   3
 
 
51 plus
   3
   3
Sport Cat 2
2 laps
U19
   5
   3
 
 
19 - 30
   3
   3
 
 
31 – 40
   3
   3
 
 
41 - 45
   3
   3 
 
 
46 - 50
   3
   3
 
 
51 - 55
   3
   3
 
 
56 plus
   3
   3
Citizen Cat 3
1 lap
19 - 30
   3
   1
 
 
31 - 40
   3
   1
 
 
41- 50
   3
   1
 
 
51 plus
   3
   1
Junior Citizen
1 lap
U15
   5
   3
 
 
U17
   5
   3
 
 
U19
   3
   3
Junior
Partial lap     
U14
   5
   3
 
 
U17
   3
   3

 

Purse for Elites based on purse sponsorship and Elite race size, similar to WORS purse structure.

Contact Information

Scott Putman
(920) 609-5654
cputman@new.rr.com

Date of Event
Sponsor Additional Text
  • ANST (Ashwaubenon Nordic Ski Team)
  • Pete’s Garage
  • Stadium Bike
Event Address

4378 Reforestation Rd
Suamico, WI 54313
United States

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4378 Reforestation Rd Suamico

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