The EPIC FHMBC takes the Classic FHMBC series and rolls it in to one day. Thanks to the volunteer trail developers for helping make a really awsome trail for this EPIC FHMBC. September, 14th at 10am the EPIC FHMBC will start so please plan to arrive at least between 8:30am - 9:30am on the day of the EPIC FHMBC. For all the sport and expert class, this is the race that you have been asking for.
EPIC FHMBC this year will consist of 27 miles of single track. The course is a 5+ mile loop of punchy climbs, short descents, and gorgeous tree covered single track. Racers completing the Farmall Epic will do 5 laps and about 4,000’ of climbing. 90% of the course is single track, with some open grass double track.
The EPIC Farmall Hill Mountain Bike Challenge offers two ways to register: Online with our preregistration process, or in person the day of the event. We encourage preregistration to help the check-in process move quickly and save you money.
Pre-Register and pay online before Sept. 1st for maximum savings.
The Farmall Hill Mountain Bike Challenge offers two ways to register: Online with our pre-registration process, or in person at the race. We encourage pre-registration to help the check-in process move quickly, ensuring you do not miss the start of the race. Preregistration includes T-Shirt, a meal ticket, and a raffle ticket but after Sept. 1 a hat is not guaranteed. Preregistration also includes a preview day on Sept. 16th. for all of you who cannot get enough racing on this exclusive course. The course will be open for 3 hours from 9am-12pm for those who have registered and paid only. Make sure to pre-register to take advantage of this special opportunity.
|Race day 8:30-9:30AM||$105||$125||$150|
Parking Location: 180 Bluhm Rd, Fairport, NY 14450
It is not too hard to find but if you need help from the Thruway the directions are below.
Farmall Hill Mountain Bike Challenge (FHMBC) began in August of 2000 as a three-race summer series. The mountain bike course is a 2.0-mile loop through the hills of Fairport, NY. The course has earned the reputation, the
no recovery race. The course is predominantly single track, quick climbs, fast descents and very little recovery in between, making for a great race.
May 2003, the spring series premiered and is now considered the start of the mountain bike race season for Upstate New York mountain bike riders. In 2003, the summer series was skipped as the race director was getting married. Both the spring and summer races returned for the 2004 season. The summer series continued from 2003 until 2011 but was skipped until it reappeared for 2014 and 2015 race seasons.
The Farmall Hill Mountain Bike Challenge draws an average of 50 to 70 individual mountain bike riders per race. There can be more than 100 individual riders participating in a single series. A great race for young and old alike. Children as young as ten years old have completed the course successfully. Spectators are welcome to come and view the race. The course is visible to fans in select areas. This course is on private property with racing only permitted on race days.