The Fernie TransRockies Society presents the 2nd Annual Fernie Lucky 7’s. Race solo or with a relay team!
The Fernie Lucky 7’s is a cross-country mountain bike race that brings a new twist and a whole ton of fun to mountain bike racing! The course features moderate climbs with lots of passing options and fun rolling downhill’s. The selected course is a 13.46km loop with only 384 meters of vertical climbing. See how many times you can do the loop within 7 hours time limit!
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.
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.
Rally your friends, family and workmates to register early for early-bird pricing. Everybody will be a winner at the Fernie Lucky 7’s! All participants will receive a t-shirt, food and beverage ticket, and have a chance to win great prizes.
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
Kids Solo: U15 Girls & Boys
Kids’ Lucky 7 Rally: U9 Girls & Boys (FREE)
U15 Girls & boys, one lap: 9am
Mass start: 10am
Lucky 7’s Craps Table: 10am to 5:30
Kids Lucky 7 Kids’ Rally: 11am to 1pm
Last lap cutoff: 4:30pm
Official end: 5:30pm
Fernie is famous for its hospitality and the Fernie Lucky 7’s will deliver quality food and beverage!
Food vendors: 8am till 8pm
Beverage Gardens: noon till 10pm
Entertainment: 5pm till 10pm
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.