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Organizers expand eMTB race series to Southern California

Published October 20, 2017
The Boogaloo events include races and demos, sponsored by Troy Lee Designs and Bosch e-Bike Systems.

TEMECULA, Calif. (BRAIN) — The Boogaloo, a Class 1 eMTB race and demo event presented by Troy Lee Designs and Bosch eBike Systems, is heading to Southern California, following an earlier race at the Kamikaze Bike Games in Mammoth. 

The race will be held Saturday, Nov. 4 at Vail Lake Resort in Temecula, on a course specifically designed for eMTB racers. "Expect near-vertical ascents, killer drops, obstacles, berms, and more that will take you and your eMTB to the limits of what you thought possible on two wheels," organizers said.

An early-bird entry fee of $60 is available until Oct. 31 and includes use of a Class 1 eMTB provided by Bulls, Haibike, Raleigh Electric, and Specialized, set up to the rider's specifications. Riders will also get a custom Troy Lee Designs A1 helmet, number plate, fender and commemorative T-shirt. The fastest five will win a premium Bosch Power Drill. After Oct. 31, entries will increase to $75 per rider.

The Pro Class eMTB race will take place immediately following the Amateur race, where pros will compete for a $2,000 purse and Bosch Power Tools.

Free demos will be also be available before and after the race on a course suited for beginner riders. Bikes from Raleigh Electric, Haibike, Bulls Bikes and Specialized will be available. 

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