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Maryhill She Ride 2013

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This is the second annual “ladies only” She-Ride at the Historic Maryhill Loops Road. This is not a competition, just gathering of world class athletes and a weekend of support, coaching and, of course, skating the legendary Maryhill Loops Road. Informal coaching will be provided by some of the best women skaters in the world to assist you with all your skills. This event is open to all skill levels, from the never-ever to experienced racers, a shortened version of the road is available for those who wish to build their skills and confidence to tackle the whole hill.

GLOVES AND FULL FACE HELMETS ARE REQUIRED!!
Leathers are HIGHLY recommended but a full face helmet and leather gloves are required.

Saturday
8:00am Gates open
8:45am mandatory riders meeting
9:00am First lift up the hill
5:00pm Last Run

Sunday
8:00 am Gates open
9:00 am First lift up the hill
5:00 pm Last Run

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Organized by Maryhill Ratz

 

6 Comments

  • Angel says:

    Can you direct me to accommodations anyone???
    Airport, car rental, shack to stay in???
    Thanks

  • Angel says:

    Can you direct me to accommodations anyone???
    Airport, car rental, shack to stay in???
    Thanks

  • Mike McIntyre says:

    Mu daughter want to go and I want to go

  • Mike McIntyre says:

    Mu daughter want to go and I want to go

  • Emelda Cassler says:

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  • Emelda Cassler says:

    While the bell pepper is a member of the Capsicum genus, it is the only Capsicum that does not produce capsaicin,[2] a lipophilic chemical that can cause a strong burning sensation when it comes in contact with mucous membranes. (An exception to this is the hybrid variety Mexibelle, which does contain a moderate level of capsaicin, and is therefore, somewhat hot). The lack of capsaicin in bell peppers is due to a recessive form of a gene that eliminates capsaicin and, consequently, the “hot” taste usually associated with the rest of the Capsicum genus.’;..-

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