Race Ahead: NoTubes Trans-Sylvania Mountain Bike Epic

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NoTubes Trans-Sylvania Mountain Bike Epic

Mountain Bike Stage Race and Enduro on May 25-31, 2014 near State College, Pa. Start times vary so visit outdoorexperience.org for all details!


According to organizers, this is Singletrack Summer Camp — between three and seven days of mountain bike bliss. This year’s TSEpic continues the tradition of a week of incredible riding, beautiful scenery and unequaled camaraderie. A summer camp like setting makes the week about more than just the hundreds of miles of fantastic trails criss crossing the ridges and valleys of central Pa., but also about forming new friendships and being immersed in the experience with a few hundred people as passionate about the sport as you are. Solo, duo, Epic Team and Experience options mean opportunities for everyone from enthusiasts to professionals to take part.

TSElogoHQAs the seven-day-long event enters its fifth year they’re also launching a three-day version of this event over the first three stages (May 25-27) and including the endure day.

If enduro racing is more your style, the Trans-Sylvania Epic serves up 2-5 daily enduro segments and one entire stage that is all enduro all the time – no other mtb stage race in the country inegrates enduro so completely.

Race Contact: Mike Kuhn




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