2018 H2H Point Peter Pounder (Port Jervis)

MadisonDan

Well-Known Member
Team MTBNJ Halter's
#23
The H2H Facebook page just posted Strava links.

BikeReg looks like:
Cat 3 - 1 short loop
Cat 2 - 1 long loop
Cat 1 - 1 short, 1 long
Endurance - you guys are nuts - no info
Pro - Pro laps will be different from non pro laps. no idea what that means....

Well... this will be fun.
 

WickedSistahEast

Member
Team MTBNJ Halter's
#25
FYI: I currently am planning on taking a half day and pre-ride. I was planning on Wednesday, but it looks like Thu has no rain in the forecast. Thinking of wheels down at around 1pm. Small loop, maybe both, pending on time.
 

jShort

El gran perdedor
Team MTBNJ Halter's
#26
The H2H Facebook page just posted Strava links.

BikeReg looks like:
Cat 3 - 1 short loop
Cat 2 - 1 long loop
Cat 1 - 1 short, 1 long
Endurance - you guys are nuts - no info
Pro - Pro laps will be different from non pro laps. no idea what that means....

Well... this will be fun.
Considering the course markings last year, this setup is certainly an aggressive task. Hopefully being the second event in as many weeks doesn't result in a hangover and the course markings are plentiful and clear.

This is a long ass drive...
 

terrabike01

Well-Known Member
#27
The H2H Facebook page just posted Strava links.

BikeReg looks like:
Cat 3 - 1 short loop
Cat 2 - 1 long loop
Cat 1 - 1 short, 1 long
Endurance - you guys are nuts - no info
Pro - Pro laps will be different from non pro laps. no idea what that means....

Well... this will be fun.
Endurance - you guys are nuts - no info- LOL....funny.
 

terrabike01

Well-Known Member
#28
Considering the course markings last year, this setup is certainly an aggressive task. Hopefully being the second event in as many weeks doesn't result in a hangover and the course markings are plentiful and clear.

This is a long ass drive...
Yeah that drive sucks. I did both the Peter Pounder and the Erie 80 last year and the course markings are hopefully a lot better this year especially the Erie 80.
 

Joe J

Active Member
#33
FWIW - I did the long lap today between storms and it was :42 would totally expect the winning Pro time to be :35 or <. All cat 1 should be doing 3 long laps this is not nationals it's grass roots. If I had to travel more than 15 min. there is no way in hell I would go for an 1:20 race. Sorry H2H I think your obsession with short times is loosing you riders.
 

Chris(NJ)

Well-Known Member
#34
Watch out for the bees!

If I didn't have to buy a USAC one-day license, I would've went back up there to ride those trails again for this.
 

Sven Migot

Well-Known Member
#38
There's links to long & short on bikereg.
No idea what pro loop is.
SS open says 2 long laps, pro will be different than no-pro. Whatever that means.
 

szymon

Active Member
#39

jShort

El gran perdedor
Team MTBNJ Halter's
#40
When I looked at the strava maps it showed the long and short lap but on bikereg under the categories it has in small print the pro lap is different from the nonpro lap so I wasn't sure if the difference is short vs long or long vs long pro?
Yeah, I saw that. They really aren't clear with their laps.

Tomorrow should be interesting.

I heard the course handles rain great, so conditions should be ok.