The Hammies reserves the right to refuse entry to venue or race entry to anyone, for any reason.
All participants are responsible for educating themselves on the rules and following them. All participants are responsible for their safety and the safety of others while on the course. Please pay attention to course markings and to the direction of any course official that may be present.
Can I Register on Race day? – Yes, provided the race does not sell out prior. Registration on Race Day will open 1-2 hours before race time and stay open until races begin. Race Day registration is $5 more to race.
How are refunds processed? Please email email@example.com within 24hours prior to race start time to receive a refund. Or request a transfer to the following race.
If I did not race in other races, can I race this time? – Yes, preregister now. When you check in at the race we’ll give you a number and race plate for timing/scoring. You do not have to race the series
I raced last time, do I have to check in? – We encourage you to check in at each event.
Do I need a new release form for each race? – No, we have your release on file if you have already raced.
What are the “Categories”?- All categories are broken into age groups and gender.
I’m a first time racer, is Little Hammies ok for me? Yes, everyone is welcome. This is the perfect first timer race!
How difficult is the course? – Courses are less that 1/4th miles and really simple without obstacles. Visible for parents. Wide for passing and smooth for small tires. This combo makes for great racing when a bunch of kids are racing around!
Can I preride the course? Yes. the courses are open for usually 1 hour before race time to get warm up laps and familiarize yourself with the course.
Do I need to belong to a bike race association? No, this race is not associated with a sanctioning body.
Does insurance cost extra? No, it’s included. (Note: our insurance is not your medical insurance, make sure you’re properly covered to prepare for potential injury…mountain biking is a potentially dangerous sport).
Can people come watch? – Yes, that’s what this event is about. SPECTATORS ARE FREE.