MTBNJ would like to thank you all for coming out to our inagural race and making it such a success. Congrats to Jane Pearson and Roger Foco for bringing home the wins in the Open Women & Open Men divisions. We hope you had a great day and look forward to seeing you either next year or at our next race in August.
There it is! The official Six Pack course map. (Click to enlarge)
The moment you've all been waiting for, the trophies have been revealed!!!!
Race sponsor and generally nice guy Jason Fenton (Halter's Cycles, of course) has stepped to the plate to round out the prize list with some donations of helmets, gloves, tires, grips, and various other items which our fearless racers will be racing (at least) 6 awesome hours for. Jay joins the other sponsors Princeton Tec and Pacific Health (of Accelerade/Endurox fame) to bring the non open classes some loot to take home.
The open classes will of course be racing for cold hard cash!
Awesome news! The greatest race course ever assembled in the history of bike racing has been set! Registration will be at the bottom of the pavement, to your right when you cross 84 coming into the parking area. Start/finish will be slightly past that, with our scorers well out of the way of any beer that may or may not be there. Here's the prelim version of the course. Lap #2 is what you want: View Here!
Good news! You won't need to go topless anymore after the Six Pack! The t-shirts are on the press and getting ready to be shipped to MTBNJ headquarters! Ok actually we're just picking them up, it's cheaper that way.
We're happy to announce the following additions to the Stewart Super Six Pack:
April 14, 2011
On the eve of the IRS's biggest thievery day in the world, the (not actually) tax-deductible and (not actually) world-famous Stewart Super Six Pack has sold out. We would like to thank each and every one of you individually for helping us reach this goal so quickly, but that would entail us listing all 200 names so we're stuck with a generic and collective thank you: So, um...thank you!
April 13, 2011
Ordered the Six Pack pint glasses!
.April 7, 2011
The Six Pack lands Princeton Tec as a sponsor. PTec will be providing some prizes for this year's winners. Another long-time team MTBNJ sponsor, we thank them for the support!
March 16, 2011
MTBNJ lands Pacific Health Labs, maker of Accelerade & Endurox, as a nutrition sponsor for the Super Six Pack. PacificHealth will supply material for swag bags, on-course nutrition support, and prizes for the winners. MTBNJ is stoked to have PacificHealth on board, and could not be happier with the support they've provided Team MTBNJ from its inception. We look forward to working with them in years to come. Look for the PacificHealth banner when you're out on the course that day.
February 7, 2011
Registration opens for the Super Six Pack. 42 people sign up in the first day. Thanks to everyone for the early excitement!
February 1, 2011
MTBNJ is happy to announce that it will be jumping into the local endurance race waters with the inaugural Stewart Super Six Pack, a 6 hour lap race which will take place in Stewart State Forest, home of the wildly popular SingleSpeed-a-Palooza and Darkhorse 40 events. With the help of Darkhorse Cycles, MTBNJ hopes to bring you an event you won't soon forget (but like the good way, not the "up all night with the shits" way).
November 11, 2010
Weber challenges all of us to build a better mousetrap. 75 posts later Panhead wraps it up with a post about Pitfall on Atari.
September 30, 2004
Jason is the first person ever to register on MTBNJ.com
The mountain bike is "invented" in Marin County, California, nowhere near where Attila the Hun lived.
Attila the Hun invents the mountain, thus paving the way for bicycles to ride over them. Before this, the world was incredibly flat, and there was always a headwind. After this feat of strength, the mighty Hun drops dead from exhaustion.
6th century BC
Beer is invented in or around Iraq. It all goes downhill from here.
65 million years ago
The dinosaurs became extinct, making the future of biking much, much safer.