Only a few more days until the 4th Annual RASTA Rock’n Root located at the Washburn Lake Silent Sports Trails Area near Rhinelander, WI on Perch Lake.
Online Registration will close on Friday August 15th at NOON. (Click Here)
Day of Race registration is also available and opens at 8:30am.
Day of Race registration will close 15 minutes prior to the start of each event.
Start times are as follows:
Long Race: 10 am – final lap must be finished by 8 pm
Mid Race: 1 pm – final lap must be completed by 7 pm
Short Race: 3 pm – final lap must be completed by 6 pm
Laps will be approx. 7 miles in length with some fun flow trail along with a few challenging and hilly sections.
Latitude 45.632392766699404 Longitude -89.57300171256065
Latitude N 45° 37′ 56.614″ Longitude W 89° 34′ 22.806″
Address: (At End of) County Park Road, Rhinelander, WI 54501
Downloadable Park Map (Click Here)
Camping will be available for a $10 fee. Tent camping is allowed along the pit area down by the lake. There is limit ed space for campers in the parking lot. There is a daily trail fee of $5 for racers who do not have annual passes already. Park rules include no glass, no pets. Plan on staying the night – this is the only weekend that camping is allowed at Perch Lake. Good times are had by all!
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The 2015 Single Speed State Championship will be held in conjunction with the WEMS Championship race at Alpine Valley. This event will be back at Beechwood in 2015.
The original date for the Single Speed State Championship happened to fall on the same day as Single Speed USA in Copper Harbor. An alternative later in the year is in the works. Thanks for being cool with that.
Get ready for techie long descents plus lots of close ninja combat and a few things you won’t see anywhere else.
2014 Wild Ride Buzzard Buster!
2014 Southern Kettles Classic Results
Here are the race results, there were a few DB errors that had to be corrected before posting. Some racers also asked if the laps were really 7.3 miles. The answer is yes unless a very expensive GPS that is used for map making was defective. Some racers reported only riding a little over 6 miles according to their Strava. Cell coverage and even low end GPS units don’t work very good in dense coverage on rolling terrain. An alternative method is a really expensive GPS unit with an external patch or helix antenna or the good old fashion wired cycle computer.
We have updated our online registration form to include a “Single” Event registration option. If you have registered for a “Series Number Plate” either from our online form or at one of our races then you can enter your “Series Number Plate” in the beginning of the form to receive your WEMS discount.
Use the “Series Number Plate & Multiple Event Registration” form to create a new Team Roster as well to register for a Number Plate which will get you a $10 discount off a “Day of Race” event registration fee for each race that you sign up for.