Cranks Around the Campfire

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Registration

Register here:
http://www.bikereg.com/events/register.asp?eventid=13300

Official website:
http://www.rideallamuchy.com/

Facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=170381052994575

Rates:

Weekend Tent $65
(4 days 3 nights camping in tent site) Group sites. Choose your spot when you arrive. Drive up, park, and unload your gear right at your site! Includes access to all events for entire 4 day weekend.

Weekend Cabin $150
(4 days 3 nights in group cabin) The cabins are group cabins. Meaning they are a large room with beds around the walls. They sleep from 12-20 people. They are rustic and include no amenities. They have electricity. You must provide your own bedding.

Single Night Tent $25
(1 Day Pass and 1 night in tent site)

Single Night Cabin $50
(1 Day Pass and 1 night in cabin)

Day Pass $10, Pay at admission table day of event.

Under 18 free admission and free camping with registered paying adult!

August 27th Free Admission until 3pm for the Mooch Madness Endurance Race

Please No Pets on Reservation Property

Where

Mt. Allamuchy Scout Reservation, Allamuchy-Waterloo Rd, Stanhope, NJ 07874

http://www.camps.ppbsa.org/camps/somers/index.htm

Please No Pets on Reservation Property

Mt. Allamuchy lies on the south side of Allamuchy Mountain and is bordered on the west by Deer Park and to the south by Stephens State Park. Ten miles northeast of the camp you'll find Kittatinny State Park; site of the H2H Bulldog race. The reservation's 880 acres offer an escape from the hustle and bustle! The 12+ miles of trails on site offer something for every rider and at the border lead you into the renowned Allamuchy North trail network. There are two large lakes that offer a spot for a refreshing dip, relaxing canoe ride, or a crack at landing a monster largemouth Bass. The reservation has a full service dining hall serving meals throughout the weekend and hot modern showers to wash away a day's worth of fun on the trails.

When

Thursday, August 25 at 12:00pm through August 28 at 5:00pm

Mooch Madness

MTBNJ.com presents the very first ever Mooch Madness race. This year's theme is the Fearsome 4-some. That's 4 (count 'em) 4 hours of guaranteed fun! More if you're a glutton.

MTBNJ Forum post
http://www.mtbnj.com/forum/showthread.php?t=21692
Registration
https://www.bikereg.com/events/register.asp?eventid=13272

Schedule

Thursday
12:00pm

Camping weekend begins. Bonus day for those with available time.

6pm Advanced Ride hits all the bad@ss parts of Allamuchy North. Ride starts at the Waterloo/Continental Drive parking lot. Arrive early, ride rolls out at 6pm promptly. The lot is only a short ride from the camp on Waterloo Road. Lights are recommended as a safety precaution.


Friday

9am and 4pm Beginner's clinic and ride. Bikes available for use. All ages welcome. Meet at the Red Barn located below Vollers field.

12pm Dining hall opens serving meals for rest of weekend. If you don't feel like cooking, no problem!

8:30pm Night ride! Bring a main handlebar or helmet mounted light and an additional handheld backup light. See the trails in a whole new way! Meet at handicraft pavilion by volleyball court.


Saturday

9am Mooch Madness Fearsome Foursome endurance race begins

9:30am Advanced Beginner/Intermediate Ride into Stephens State Park. Ride Leader Rich Zipper. Meet at handicraft pavilion by volleyball court.

10am Guided Nature hike. Take a closer look at all that nature has to offer around camp. Perfect for the kids! Bring some water and hiking boots or sneakers. Meet at the Volleyball court/pavilion.

7am-3pm free admission to all racers and spectators. Visitors will stay as long as they like but not spend the night at Mt. Allamuchy Scout Reservation.

12pm-4pm Open swimming at the waterfront.

6pm Bike Repair Clinic with Michael from Marty's Reliable Cycles of Hackettstown:

Learn valuable techniques to save you out on the trail. Meet at the Volleyball court/pavilion.

7pm Evening ride with the Marty's staff. Bring a light. Pace and route decided on by attendees.

9pm Movie Night! Double feature of 24 SOLO and Race Across the Sky. Bring your favorite beverage and a comfy chair.


Sunday

8:45am Open fishing for kids. Meet at the camp office. Poles available for use but bring your own if you have one.

9am Group rides. Meet at handicraft pavilion by volleyball court.

1PM Bike Polo at Vollers field. Bring your bike, helmet, and water for a great time!

Event ends at 5pm

Night Rides

Bring your lights and come explore the woods in a whole new way. Guided night rides will be conducted Friday and Saturday night.

Bike Polo

http://www.bikepolo.com/

Study up because it is on! Some of the most fun you'll have on two wheels!

We supply the mallets, you bring the bike and helmets! Start forming your four man team's now! Represent your team, shop, etc.!

Camping

Eileen and Ashley pitching a tent on a tent base

The covered picnic tables

Several grills are available in each camping area

Tenting

Plenty of campsites in a variety of locations are available to tent campers. Several camping areas are spread around the property which offer your group an opportunity to either be secluded in your own camping area, or join in with other campers in a larger campsite. All areas are reachable by car for equipment drop off and are all within walking (biking) distance to all attractions.

Each camping area contains 6-12 tent platforms built for canvas style tents, but they offer an excellent weather barrier for setting up a standard tent.

Each camping area has a common large fire pit, and a covered area with two picnic tables.

There are also several BBQ grills in each camping area, don't forget your charcoal!


Cabins

The cabins are group cabins. Meaning they are a large room with beds around the walls. They sleep from 12-20 people. They are rustic and include no amenities. They have electricity. You must provide your own bedding.












Swimming

The waterfront will be open Saturday and Sunday from 12-5 for swimming. Lifeguard on premise.

Facilities

Restrooms and Showers

Brand new climate controlled bathrooms and showers were installed last season at the Scout Camp. The showers and bathroom are conveniently located and each camping area is also equipped with it's own latrine and sink.

Electricity

The family cabins are equipped with electrical outlets. Friendly cabin users will likely allow you access to charge your appliances or headlamps for night riding. Electrical outlets are also available in the mess hall and in the restroom facilities.

Food

After a long day in the saddle grab some grub lakeside at the Somers Dining Hall. The camp dining hall will be open for meals starting at noon on Friday and ending at 2pm on Sunday. There will be a variety of items on the menu for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Maps

Pics

The 2010 intermediate ride at Lumpy Bumpy

Videos