BYC 2012 Details
Date - 10/13-14/2012
Registration - 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Don't wait until the last minute AGAIN this time!
Racer Meeting – 12:45 PM
Race Start - 1:00 PM
Gelande Quaffing - 3:15 PM
Kids Race - 4:15 PM Grab a beer and watch the young mashers throw down after the biathlon
What - Crazy cycling/gelande quaffing duo endurance biathlon followed by a potluck dinner and partying into the night
Where - John and Kattia's Farm; 9658 E Perry Center Rd, Mount Horeb, WI; a farm in a valley south of Mount Horeb
Why - Why wouldn't you want to ride, drink, and be merry in October?!
Who - Anyone and their kids
Lodging - Free overnight camping is available onsite; there is limited space for camper parking as well; the porta-johnny is back!
Dinner - POTLUCK - please bring one dish per racer to pass (spectators can bring one dish per couple), a grill will be available. Don't forget dishes are tied to bonus points!
Bonfire and outdoor movie - weather permitting
Sunday – Breakfast by Coleman with bloody mary’s to remedy that hangover
Beverages - Will be available for BYC events as well as two 1/6 barrels from the Vintage for dinner; please BYOB for all of your other needs
Course Features - 1.5 mile hilly short track (expect 8 - 15 minute laps); Haunted barn, CX barriers, hay wagon and log crossings, teeter totter, livestock (pot belly pigs, goats, and chickens)
Fee - $10 to cover shirts, breakfast, the plastic box with a toilet, beverages, and other misc. expenses
Donation - The VBC is asking participants and spectators to bring 2 canned items per person to donate to the local food pantry. Let's beat the 120 lbs total from last year! Don't forget donations are tied to bonus points!
Let me start by saying that although this is a race, it is for fun, so those of you that feel you don't like to compete should have no excuse for not coming out and having a good time. This particular event will be focused on endurance or rather how many laps can be put down and bonuses accumulated in 2 hours. This event uses a duo format so you only really have to ride for about an hour. The standard egg baton, costume, and underwear bonuses are in place. Let's get CREATIVE with those costumes and remember spandex does not count toward the underwear bonus! Most of you know what gelande quaffing entails but in case you have been living under a rock…….click on the vids to the right. Don't be intimidated by the athleticism displayed in some of the vids. We are just as health conscious as the next dude. We will go with 6 oz pours of delicious golden heaven. Sunday morning will bring bloody mary’s with breakfast to shake off that hangover from the TWO kegs from Vintage Brewing we are getting for dinner!
A few things to make sure you bring with you:
Teammate – Let us know if you are looking. There is always someone standing around that can ride a bike.
Entry fee – please bring exact change and we prefer cash
2 food pantry donations
Costume and/or underwear - Put some thought into your costume if you want the bonus laps!
Weather appropriate clothes – the forecast looks promising
Chair for the bonfire
Beverages for your bonfire bs'ing
Flashlight/head lamp for the late night trip to the yurt for s’mores
Water to keep you in top shape
Format - Duo (male or coed/female)
2 hour - The last lap must be completed before time expires
Lap rule - Teammates can't be more than 2 laps apart
Costume/underwear - PG13 rated - there will be kids around
Altering or shortcutting the course = DQ
Successful completion of the egg baton: Don't crack your egg! = 0.5 laps overall. The egg must be carried somewhere on
the rider or the bike. You choose the means.
Consuming your raw egg = 1 lap overall
Costume = 2 laps overall per rider and must be worn for at least 2 laps
Underwear - wearing only tighty whities or granny panties and a bra = 1 lap overall per rider
All bonuses must be acknowledged by the scorekeeper in the bonus box– Don’t assume we noticed your goofy ass costume or those spiffy underwear!
Vomiting = 1 lap penalty per instance
Not bringing a dish for the potluck = 1 lap penalty per rider
Not bringing a food pantry donation = 2 lap penalty per rider
Gelande Quaffing: this portion is optional*
Format - 90 sec rounds
The ‘quaffer’ must be 2’ from the edge of the table and must catch the mug in the AIR
Players must alternate positions for each turn
Positions can’t be exchanged until the mug in play touches the table top
6 oz. pours
Beer must be quaffed not worn to count
Mug catch = 1 pt
Handle catch = 1 pts
360 deg catch = 2 pts
Under the leg catch = 2 pts
1 pt = 1 lap
Placing will determined by a composite score from both events.
*In the event a player chooses not to quaff beer they must quaff soda or seltzer water.
All biathlon related details (except duration and team makeup) are subject to change prior to the event.
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