Schedule & Event Details
|Friday June 21||6:00-8:30PM||
Social gathering at Olympia Cycle
Enjoy a beverage, meet fellow racers, pick-up goodie bag, sign waivers
|Saturday June 22|
|Registration, parking & shuttle departure location||
7900 McClounie Rd, Coldstream, BC V1B 1P8
|Saturday a.m. Schedule||7:30AM||Wave #1 racer registration|
|8:00AM||Wave #1 shuttle departure|
|8:00AM||Wave #2 racer registration|
|8:45AM||Wave #2 shuttle departure|
|8:45AM||Wave #3 racer registration|
|9:30AM||Wave #3 shuttle departure|
Racers are assigned to Waves. Check your inbox shortly.
You cannot shuttle yourself!
If you aren’t in the same wave as your riding buddies or you have time constrictions (ie. need to leave early or are traveling in from out of town on day of), email us and we will do our best to accommodate.
The most important thing is getting everyone registered and shuttled up the mountain on-schedule, no dilly-dallying! After that, it’s all about having as much fun as possible!
|After party/Awards||2:00(ish) – 5:00PM||
12408 Kalamalka Lake Rd, Coldstream, BC V1B 1M3
*Prizes and awards will start roughly 20mins after the last racer finishes the course
Racers will be assigned to shuttle start waves.
Once on the course racers will be SELF SEEDING. This means you chat amongst yourself to figure out who is faster, and they drop in first.
On Trailforks App search 2019 LIV BOMBSHELL ENDURO
Remember the steeper section on Lower Big Ed will not be part of the times race stage, it stops before the hollowed out log.
When pedaling from the race course back to the parking lot/Alexander’s Pub you will be traveling along some public roads. You are expected to follow all rules of the road.
Helmets are mandatory at all times on the race course.
Knee pads are highly recommended.
Gloves, eye protection, elbow pads are also recommended.
|Other items to consider bringing||
A backpack or a hip pack are handy to have to carry extra items like your cell phone, spare water, a lightweight jacket, sunscreen, extra snacks.
It’s not needed but it’s a good idea to carry a spare tube, pump, multi-tool and tire levers just in case.
We will have bug spray at each stage but you might want to pack your own. It will be very buggy at the top.
There will be a food stations located at the end of Stage 3 and the end of Stage 4. These will include water, fruit, candy, cookies, chips, SunRype Fruit bars.
There will be refreshments at the finish line provided by Suncountry Cycle to make sure you are hydrated before heading up the switchbacks.
We do not accommodate food allergies.
It is recommended you carry minimum 750ml water bottle or hydration pack with you. Consider bringing more if temperatures are going to be hot.
We will have a team of first aiders out on course to take care of you if needed. You should be riding within your limits and we 100% encourage you to walk any sections of trail you are not comfortable with. That said, we know accidents can happen.
|Timing||New fly-by timing. This means no tapping your wrist to start and stop. More details on race day.|
Live results will be available at Zone4.ca/results
Reservation code: 55939
The beach at Cosens Bay will be a great spot to watch the women come across the finish line. Bring your swimsuit!
The end of Stage 4 Crash of ’08 and the start of Stage 5 Black Powder have fairly easy access from the Cougar Canyon Parking Lot. See parking map below.
PLEASE PARK ONLY IN DESIGNATED PARKING AREAS.
Violators will be ticketed and towed.
See map below with parking locations at Kal Park.
Racers can park at Kalamalka Secondary School. After the race we recommend bringing your bike to the pub where you can keep eyes on it. This parking lot will be locked as of 8PM. If you plan on cranking the dial to 12 and partying all night long we suggest moving your vehicle to the parking lot across from Alexander’s Pub.
|Sunday June 23||
If you are making a weekend of it here are some other things to check out!
SilverStar Bike Park: It’s opening weekend!! Get some lift access bike park laps in. There is also a great xc network so good fun for everyone!
Sovereign Network: Sovereign is all blue and black plus trails. Rock Is The New Berm is a must and Hammered Cow for those who want to get spicy. If you didn’t get your pedaling fix you can connect SilverStar and Sovereign networks.
Ellison Provincial Park: More xc style riding here. Nice flowy green trail options. You can also pedal up to Predator Ridge and check out the new trails, The Mantle and Granite.