Trans-Sylvania Productions Covid-19 Updates

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With the uncertainty of COVID-19 and when we can host races again, we have made some decisions to our May events.  See below about those decisions. 

  • Postponed  
  • Uwharrie Forest Gravel Grinder (May 9, 2020)
  • Uwharrie Gravel Run (May 9, 2020)
  • Swatara Creek Run (May 16, 2020)

It is our intention to host these races in 2020.  When we know that it is safe to have events again, we will assess the situation and work out a new date with each location. 

  • Canceled/Rescheduled to 2021 
  • Trans-Sylvania Mountain Bike Epic – New Date is May 25-29, 2021
  • Seven Mountains Creek Run – New Date is May 29, 2021

June 2020 Events We have two events (Holly Shelter Gravel Grinder and Holly Shelter Gravel Run) at the beginning of the month that we will make a decision on around the middle to end of May. We also have two events (Rattling Creek Run and Rattling MTB Marathon) scheduled at the end of June that we will make a decision on around the middle of June.

Virtual Races We are finishing up putting together some run and cycling virtual races.  We hope this will give you all a little competition to look forward to while we’re waiting to get back to competing together in person.  We will compete for sponsor prizes, TSP swag and credit towards future TSP events.  More to come on this soon.

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