A few riders may get together for a "ride" using Jackrabbit cue cards. Please have a great time. In order to consider a better date to actually run the race there are a few things I would like to mention. Please only park on the gravel lot not in the grass or on the street at Bennington lake. Also, if you go through the park at Summit lake my permit only applied to Saturday so don't mention the Jackrabbit race if it comes up. Grind away.
Hello racers and friends of the Jackrabbit Hundy. Here are yourfinal results. A huge thank you to my volunteers: Duff, Barb, (these are my parents who flew in from Florida) Rod, Phuong, and my lovely wife. To all racers: thanks for sharing some of my favorite long, slow rolling hills North of Omaha. Spread the word. This race will get better every year as it grows. We had 43 starters and 35 finishers with the last ass over the line at 11:59! that was my cousin in his first ever hundy. I may even have a portapotty next time.
Same course as last year. Print this map and these cue sheets. Speed your entry by bringing your own map and cue sheets. I will just need you to sign your waiver and pick up your number plate. See you all soon.
Hi all, this site is committed to creating a cool rock road hundie right here in the big O! (That's Omaha, NE) The race will commence Oct. 13, 2012. Race Details:
This race will be self supported except for one aid station at the 50 mile mark.
No entry fee.
Send an email to davetyler.dat4 (at) gmail (dot) com with your name and category to get your name on the start list. Or just show up on race day.
Race at your own skill level, and be sure that you carry your own tools/tubes and calories.
Race categories: Open Cyclocross, Open Single Speed (includes mtb and cyclo), Open Mountain Bike (tire size restriction, tires must be 1.95 or greater))
Awards 1-3 in each category
Start Date: Oct 13 at 8:am (Race meeting at 7:45)
Registration 7:00 am-7:45 (sign waivers, get numbers, maps, cue cards etc.)
There will be a shuttle for your drop bags to the 50 mile mark and the course will go through small towns in the lovely Nebraska countryside. Any drop stuff left at 1/2 way makes the trip back in my truck.
There is free primitive camping less than a mile from the start. Email or Comment to get info.
Free parking at start area. Directions to the race start from Lincoln and parts North, South, East and West: Google Map
Slightly better directions using Bing: From OmahaFrom LincolnFrom Des MoinesFrom Kansas CityFrom Sioux City