August 29-30, 2020

24 HOURS IN THE CANYON IS AN EVENT OF THE HARRINGTON CANCER AND HEALTH FOUNDATION

24 Hours In The Canyon - 101

24 HOURS IN THE CANYON 101

A 6 week introductory skill class to help you gain knowledge and comfort leading up to 24 Hours In The Canyon with Instructor Sarah Ramey, Head Coach of Strength and Conditioning Coach at West Texas A&M University.

 

Class includes a non-competitive entry for the 24 Hours in the Canyon.

Class  Begins July 1, 2020

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The Event

The only simultaneous 24-hour mountain bike and road bike event in the country.

 

We offer Competitive & Non-Competitive options for you’re riding pleasure.

FREE kids event. Fun for the whole family!

 

100% of funds raised from the race are donated to the 24 Hours In The Canyon Cancer Survivorship Center.

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HOW TO PARTICIPATE

COMPETITIVE -- NON-COMPETITIVE -- GHOSTRIDER

PARTICIPATION OPTIONS

COMPETITIVE CATEGORIES

* Solo (age categories of 14 & under, 15-17, 18-34, 35-49, 50+, 60+, 70+, or Slicks & Knobbies)

* 2 or 4 person teams of all male/all female/mixed

* Large Team Category (7 min & max of 10) of all male/all female/mixed

 

$125 – 24 Hour Competitive Slicks & Knobbies (Solos Only)
$125 – 24 Hour Competitive (per individual or per team member)
$100 – 12 Hour Competitive (per individual or per team member)
$75 – 6 Hour Competitive (per individual or per team member)

 

NON-COMPETITIVE (unlimited number of teammates)

$50 – Non-Competitive (per individual)

$30 – Crazy 8’s (88 mile road event starting/ending at Zip Line Parking Lot)

  1. Follows same route 24 Hour Solo & Slicks & Knobbies riders ride
  2. DOES NOT INCLUDE CAMPING
  3. Male & Female Podium Finisher Awards
  4. $10 – Add on to Non-Competitive Participation

 

GHOSTRIDER

$24 – Ghostrider (per individual)

  1. Virtual participant (INCLUDES T-SHIRT) with NO PARTICIPATION.

 

Fees increase $25 on 7/16/20 & an additional $10 on 8/6/20

Registration will close on 8/14/2020 – or when we run out of camping spots

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Drink Good Coffee - Do Good Things

Proceeds from each bag of coffee purchased provide FREE activities and programs for cancer survivors at the 24 Hours in the Canyon Cancer Survivorship Center.

WE BELIEVE NO ONE FIGHTS ALONE

The only simultaneous 24 hour road & mountain bike event in the US, and committed to cancer survivorship.

The 24 Hours in the Canyon Cancer Survivorship Center, established in June 2015, is a community center available for residents of the Texas & Oklahoma panhandles.

The programs and services offered are free for any adult survivor to access during and after completion of treatment.

100% of the funds from this event are used to provide these services.

Qualifying for Race Across America

24 Hours in the Canyon is now a Race Across America Qualifier!

 

In order to qualify for RAAM, 24 hour road racers must complete 380 miles for men and 350 miles for women. 60+ year old men must complete 350 miles.

 

For more info on Race Across America, visit their website: www.raceacrossamerica.org

 

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TEXAS ULTRA CUP

The purpose of the Texas Ultra Cup Challenge (TUC) is to provide a series of Texas-based ROAD ultra-races.

A race series which will bring a unique adventurously fun experience filled with camaraderie to the Texas Ultra Community, and ultimately crowning the best ultra racers in this Texas Ultra Cup Challenge.

Winners will be determined for different bike types in each or 4 different race divisions, 6-Hour, 12-Hour, 24-Hour and Open Race (includes all races). Every racer registering for 3 races is eligible for a Texas Ultra Cup Award.

A series challenge is appealing in that a racer may win just by remaining healthy and racing consistently.

 

The Texas Ultra Cup is generously sponsored by:

 

 

 

 

 

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