As the 2020 calendar continues to change for us all, the WMMBA will continue to update our schedules to reflect any Local, State, and Federal guidelines related to the COVID-19 outbreak. Stay safe, stay healthy, and practice safe Physical Distancing. Ride On!
Race Date: 2020 Event CANCELLED
Due to the Covid-19 uncertainties, the wonderful ladies that run this event chose to postpone it for the 2020 summer for everyones safety. Word on the street is though that Julie and Jill have some type of physically distanced activity in mind in lieu of the actually race. Stay tuned!
Skirts in the Dirt is open to ALL women, meaning: cis, trans, non-binary, femme. It’s important to work with our WTFNB+ community here in West Michigan, and we’re constantly checking our language and trying our best to cultivate a safe and friendly space. We want to ride with all of the strong, fun, creative riders in our community (or anyone who wants to road trip here!) If you are a guy who wants to participate – we have plenty of volunteer opportunities, we’ll have an obstacle course for everyone to play on, and we always welcome spectators!
RESCHEDULED – Saturday, September 26, 2020
As one of the largest and longest running time trial races in the Midwest, the event regularly draws over 750 participants who are looking to challenge themselves on some of the most advanced and well maintained single track in the state. The course is challenging and fun for all, from beginners to elite. The 11+ miles of trail is 95% single track, but affords enough passing room for courteous racing. With participants going off every 10 seconds there is plenty of space between riders, so… it’s you against the trail.
The Yankee Springs Time Trial is an all volunteer run, West Michigan Mountain Biking Alliance (WMMBA) benefit event. All proceeds go directly towards maintaining and building the many wonderful trails right here in Western Michigan.
RESCHEDULED – Saturday, October 10, 2020
Like the classic it’s named after, Barry-Roubaix will test riders against (80%) rolling gravel roads, pavement, one mile of rough two track, rocks, sand, mud, and possibly snow and ice as you traverse the scenic roads of Barry County.
We offer four race lengths to challenge riders of all abilities.
The 18*-mile “Chiller” has approx. 1200 feet of elevation. * changed from 22 miles in 2019
The 36-mile “Thriller” climbs approx. 2200 feet and offers the famous Sager Road two track
The 62-mile “Killer” you can expect approx. 3800 feet of elevation.
The 100-mile “Psycho-Killer” which has approx. 7000 feet of elevation. ( 2019 SOLD OUT IN 3 DAYS )
There is a racer cap of 3850 entries. Registration opened December 1st, 2019 at 9 am EST and closes September 9th, 2020 at 5 PM Est or sooner if the cap is met.