2014 Sub-9 Death March

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2014 Sub-9 Death March

Postby tjuillerat » Tue Jan 07, 2014 4:43 pm

Registration for the 2014 Sub-9 Death March is open! Grab a partner and start your planning now!

When: Saturday, March 8, 2014
Where: Midwest Trail Ride Horseman's Camp and Outpost ~ Norman, IN

http://www.Sub9DeathMarch.com

All participants get access to free primitive on-site tent camping at the Midwest Trail Ride Horseman's Camp, changing rooms and showers (weather permitting) for after the ride, "rolling" sag support with food, water and some mechanical assistance, FREE commemorative event t-shirt (available in Men/Women/Youth sizes), a hot, catered meal from Midwest Trail Ride (chicken dinner or veggie lasagna and salad bar included), one-day Hoosier National Forest pass for each team member and more!

NEW! ~ Parent/Youth Registration
$85 per team Online OR Onsite Registration
* Youth must be 15 years of age or under. *

Early Bird Registration (Jan 1 - Jan 31)
$60 per person

General Registration (Feb 1 - March 5)
$70 per person

Onsite Registration
$80 per person

Open to 350 teams. Online registration closes at NOON (est) on Wednesday, March 5.

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Re: 2014 Sub-9 Death March

Postby tjuillerat » Sat Jan 11, 2014 11:47 am

We are very excited to announce that we have added an Equine Team entry for the Sub-9 Death March! This is a huge move advocacy wise and we are excited to show clubs around the country how these two user groups can work AND PLAY together! As we move forward with bringing new trails to Yellowwood State Forest and the potential to connect these trails with those in Brown County State Park it is beyond important for the horse groups to be on board with the mountain bikers.

The equine teams will NOT be racing. This is a "fun-ride" for them. They do not have any mandatory check-points, but will still ride to as many as stops as possible and will still take a photo in front of the cemetery sign. They are warned ahead of time that this is cycling even that typically draws approximately 400+ cyclists and they should not even consider the event if their horse is not OK with bikes. Equine teams are encouraged to come out and camp side-by-side with us for the weekend and to be a part of the fun!

This is a great case study and we are setting an example for other clubs around the country. Please show your support for this ground-breaking event!

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