Hero Dirt Race Series Update

23 Nov. 2021 |  Read Time: 2 – 3 minute

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If you missed the Hero Dirt Race Series (HDRS) Post-Race Sunday Session at b.social:

  • We’ve got some important race updates for you
  • Don’t let it happen again
  • You should try our Hero Dirt Session APA (our tribute to Bike Glendhu)

Part I Recap:

We’re thrilled to announce that the male and female winners of Part 1 of our HDRS are Alex Kingsley (1:58) and Maeve Kennedy (2:04), respectively.

The Women’s race came down to the wire with a showdown between Maeve and Kayleigh in the weekend’s final hours. Maeve stole the crown with a new female Jairolla record of 2:04. Maeve is walking away as HDRS Part 1 Winner and Queen of the Mountain. How bloody good!

Beers and laughs were aplenty at the Post-Race Sunday Session at b.social. We announced Part 1 winners, spot prizes, and beers and merch for the best male and female times each day of the series.

HDRS Series Lowdown

The Hero Dirt Race Series is a 3-part event, and we’re stoked to announce that the series grand prize winner will receive a season pass for Bike Glendhu.

Yep, you read that right. Now, how do you become the grand winner?

It’s super easy, and there’s definitely no math involved.

You need to race at least two of the three events. Your best two results will be awarded points, and the person with the most points will be crowned the winner at the final Post-Race Sunday Session.

(Okay, we lied, there is a little bit of math).

Part 2 will take place after January, so start hitting the trails, overloading on carbs and protein, and mentioning that you’re “in training” at any possible opportunity.

More race details to come, so make sure you’re following us on Facebook and Instagram! If you haven’t already indulged in one of our Hero Dirt Session APAs, find them online to purchase now!

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