Warm up for cross season with the Woad! Don’t miss the first race of the season which is part of the East Tennessee Celtic Festival!
The 2015 MSG Schedule has been posted at the “411″ page.
The opening weekend of MSG will be September 27-28 at the Farmhouse. We will be a part of the Johnson City Folk Festival, which will be held from September 25-28. The festival will have a number of musicians and storytellers. Food and beverages will be available as usual at the Farmhouse. Since the festival is owned by and independent promoter, there will be an admission fee. Racers get free entry, but anyone traveling with you, and not racing, will have to pay an admission fee. Please do not bring outside food into the venue, with the exception of race prep food. If you want a meal on the grounds you will need to purchase food on site. The Farmhouse has been gracious to us for four years now, and we want to support them in this endeavor. Stick around after the racing and enjoy the music and storytelling.
Admission Fees: To be collected as you enter the Farmhouse
Four day all access passes are also available for $30.00 per person. Purchase here
Camping will also be available for $10.00 per night. Purchase here
PARKING: Race Parking will be at the top of the hill. Turn left once you pass between the buildings look up the hill for the white TCRC trailer. Park past it across the top of the field.
Hope to see you there. Help make this the best opening weekend ever!
You know you’re going to eat to much on Thanksgiving day, going from one turkey dinner to the next. Get a jump on working those extra pounds off! Do the Turkey Cross! Loudon Municipal Park ( just outside of Knoxville,TN) November 30, 2013. All the details can be found here: http://turkeycross.weebly.com/. Turkey Cross is also part of the TBRA Regional Series
Don’t be a Turkey, do the Turkey Cross!