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Discussion in 'Mountain Biking' started by MilesR, Mar 4, 2020.
And I was thinking of paying to go this year. Now not so sure if it will be worthwhile.
Yea, I'd be careful with that.
It is official. Sea Otter Classic will be rescheduled. No indication of when at this point in time.
I'm impressed that they actually found a free weekend before November.
You gonna go then?
Maybe. Weather can be spectacular or crappy that time of year. If it rains the area becomes a pig sty.
I’m wondering if we are about to see a lot of widespread cancellations of events all over. Hoping that won’t be the case.
To late, it's happening now! https://www.twospoke.com/threads/i-was-just-thinking.19854/page-5#post-276658
Just the tip of the iceberg I’m afraid. I’m coming to the realization that we may all have to adjust to a different day to day over the coming weeks and months. Rather stunning. Since we are cyclists I’m sure many of the charity rides etc will be canceled soon. I would imagine that the spring classics are in jeopardy too. I’m not going to be surprised if Paris-Nice is called early too. Good news is University of Tennessee announced they may have found the cure for coronavirus last night. The regional bio containment lab here in Memphis along with the supercomputers at Oak Ridge May have figured it out. Hope so and hope government will fast track it.
The Assault on the Carolinas was cancelled.
I’m almost relieved, since it was scheduled for April 4th and I have a big fat goose egg for elevation so far this year.
USA cycling canceled all events and recommend that local group rides stop too. Gonna be a lot of “unofficial “ riding out there.
^That was a like only of acknowledgement.
Mine was a like of "unofficial".
Just announced on the local new, Sea Otter has been cancelled for this year.
If I remember correctly, there is a racing weekend scheduled the same weekend Sea Otter was supposed to be.
Sea Otter is back on. At least virtually. https://www.seaotterplay.com/
It sounds like it might be interesting.