Race Results / Foot-O / Camp Tuscazoar / 26JUN2016

Recap The Foot-O was held at Camp Tuscazoar on a hot Sunday afternoon on June 26.   The Foot-O event started around 1 pm after the Mountain Bike Orienteers finished.  13 single/team participants attempted the Yellow, Orange, Green, Red and Brown courses.   A Hotdog lunch with fixings and NEOOC screen printing was available at the camp.[…]

Race Results / MountainBike-O 2016 / Camp Tuscazoar / 26JUN2016

Recap Our Mountainbike-O was held at Camp Tuscazoar on a hot Sunday on June 26. There were a total of 9 single and team participants. 3K and 5K courses were available. Start Times began 10 am. A Hotdog lunch with fixings and NEOOC screen printing was available at the camp. Since this was the first[…]

Race Results / Octagon Twilight Friday / XC / 10JUN2016

Recap Our annual Twilight Friday event was held at the Octagon Shelter Area near the Ledges in Cuyahoga Valley National Park.  Matthew Muffett was the Event Director and Steve Hendrix designed the Courses.  Many Thanks to all of our volunteers including Mark Stypczynski and Fran Kern. Results White Course: 9 controls 1 Kelly Gonyias                    37:11[…]

Mountainbike-O 2016

Sign up for Mountainbike-O 2016 – learn more about this event, and let us know you’re coming! This race has no course arrows or other markings. Competitors read a map to find checkpoints. The course is designed so that there are usually a number of route choices to each checkpoint. The map gives clues that will help make good route choices. An explanation of the colors and symbols on the sample map are given at the bottom of this page. Electronic timing will be used at this event! You will receive a printout of your split time for each checkpoint. Starts will be at one minute intervals. You will have the choice of an easier 3 mile race or a rugged 5+ miler.

Octagon Shelter XC / Twilight 6PM – 9PM

Choose from five courses ranging from 2.1 to 3.5 km. Course Designer, Steve Hendrix, kept them on the short side so you should be able to complete your twilight adventure before dark. Do we need flashlights? Decide for yourself, but a thick leaf canopy + forecast cloudiness + low sun angle could make it hard to read your map.