2013 Red Parka World Championship Grand Prix Tricycle RaceSeptember 22, 2013
From the Red Parka Pub website:
Sunday. September 22nd. 2013. Get your spot secure in the 2013 Red Parka World Championship Grand Prix Tricycle Race today! All you have to do is click this nifty link here: RPP Trike Applicationand download the 2013 RPP Tricycle Race Application. Simple! Print that sucker out and bring it in, mail it, or drive your trike down to the Red Parka and hand it in, then stay for dinner and drinks! Stay and catch a band too!
The 2013 Red Parka World Championship Grand Prix Tricycle Race is sponsored by, of course, The Red Parka Steakhouse & Pub, Attitash Mountain, The Valley Originals, six03 Studios, Red Jersey Cyclery & Amoskeag Beverages.
Again, Sunday, September 22nd, 2013 at the Bear Peak Base Lodge, in beautiful Bartlett, New Hampshire, the 2013 Red Parka World Championship Grand Prix Tricycle Race! Registration is at 11:00 AM and a 12:00 PM (NOONTIME!) start! $15 bucks per person or, if you have a 4-person juggernaut of a team that you want to bring and tear up this course, it will cost you $50, for that 4-person team.
Racers MUST be 21 to race and y’all better bring your helmets or you’ll be grabbing some slope side turf and watching from the seat of your pants! No helmet? No racing. We don’t want to see anyone hurt or worse and we all just want to have fun and enjoy the carnage, or the entertainment that day.
We're hosting a jib session on Saturday, November 29 of Thanksgiving weekend. We’re asking for three canned goods or $3 donation going toward a local food pantry. The ticket for the hike jib session will be separate from the ticket for lift-accessed terrain.
Know someone who should learn to ski or snowboard this season? We want to get them started, become their home mountain and share the Wildcat Mountain experience and it's FREE December 13 & 14!
Starting around dusk a torchlight parade will flow down Upper Wildcat and Bobcat.
A fun, free, February Vacation tradition for kids. Build your own “vessel” out of cardboard boxes and go head-to-head in a series of heats held at the base of Wildcat.
The one day a season we permit lunch tray luge at the mountain and another February Vacation tradition, test your speed on the “track” at the base of Wildcat in a series of head-to-head heats.
A charity event that supports Make-A-Wish of New Hampshire, challenges skiers/riders to log a total of 48 runs on the Lynx Trail to achieve 100,000 vertical feet over the course of the day, non-stop. Pre-registration required.
The pond skim is back at Wildcat Mountain and we'll be looking to celebrate the late spring tradition. Skim or swim, someone is getting wet!