New from The Fernie TransRockies Society for 2017 – the Fernie Lucky 7’s.
7 hours – 7 categories – 7 winners
The Fernie Lucky 7’s is a cross-country mountain bike event brings a new twist and a whole ton of fun to mountain bike racing!
Competitive endurance and XC racers will be challenged in the 7-hour solo and team category events. Families, youth and company teams will love the team options and easy course.
Fernie Lucky 7’s details:
The Fernie Lucky 7’s course will feature moderate climbs with lots of passing options and fun rolling downhills. The selected course is a 15 km loop with only 350 meters of vertical climbing. Course details will be released prior to the event.
Lucky winners will be selected from the Lucky 7 Craps table. All participants will have a chance to roll the dice for the winning Lucky 7’s. The top finishers from the categories will also be recognized.
Men’s Solo: Open, 40+, 50+
Women’s Solo: Open, 40+
Teams of 2: Men's Open, Men's 40+, Women's, Mixed, Family
Teams of 3: Men's Open, Women's, Mixed, Family, Company
One lap: U15 Girls & Boys
Kids’ Lucky 7 Rally: U9 Girls & Boys (FREE)
Registration & Costs
Early Bird Rate until April 30th:
Team of 2: $220
Team of 3: $300
Registration is now open and entries are limited. Rally your friends, family, and workmates to register for early-bird pricing. Everybody will be a winner at the Fernie Lucky 7’s!
Fernie is famous for its hospitality and the Fernie Lucky 7’s will be taking that to a new level! Food vendors, Beverage Gardens and entertainment will fill the day.
The Fernie Lucky 7’s replaces the Fernie 3 for 2017. The Fernie TransRockies Society will be managing the Fernie Lucky 7’s and once again will be fundraising for local trail organizations and not-for-profits and focusing on engaging youth and community cycling. With over 15 years of event experience you can expect a well-organized event. Professional timing, great prizing, first aid, food stations, trail support, bike support and a well thought-out course are the standard. The Fernie TransRockies Society was formed in 2002 as a not-for-profit with the objective of growing destination and community biking.