Intermontane Challenge drawing top talent

The inaugural Intermontane Challenge, set for July 27-31, 2009 in British Columbia, Canada, has been...

The inaugural Intermontane Challenge, set for July 27-31, 2009 in British Columbia, Canada, has been drawing some high profile entrants to compete for a top prize of CAN$10,000 for the overall win in the men's and women's solo categories.

Former Olympian David "Tinker" Juarez confirmed his participation in the solo category along with former Kamloops native Chris Sheppard. They will race the cloverleaf style course, with all racers staying in the same place throughout the event as each stage heads out in a different direction.

The Intermontane Challenge is 25% filled and offering 300 total spots for solo or team entrants.

For more information, visit www.intermontanechallenge.com.

Related Articles

Back to top