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WHEN

Sat Oct 22 2016
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

WHERE

Start and finish at the Newton YMCA
Newton, IA

WHO

Wrecked'em Racing

Recap/Results

You racers are amazing.


Your food donations turned into 201 pounds (plus $10.00) of food to donate to the Salvation Army.  I have attached a picture of all the food.


The race seemed like a success by all my measures.  No one I talked to was ever terribly lost, the weather was perfect, there were no mechanical issues which stranded anyone and no one crashed.  If you have any suggestions for improvement please send me an email and I will consider them next year.



I have one lost and found item (right hand glove).  If you are missing a glove, send me an email describing the glove and I will make sure you get it.


Let me know if you have any results questions.


Please post your pictures on FaceBook and Twitter (hashtag #Buffalo105).


Thanks again for coming to Newton for the Buffalo 105/55 and for all your food donations.


Brad Patty



Buffalo 105 Food Received



Buffalo 105 - 55 mile results



Buffalo 105 - 105 mile results

Description

Gravel Ride

Distance - 105 or 55

What: Buffalo 105 Gravel Race starting and ending in Newton Iowa sponsored by Wrecked'em Racing.

Where: Newton YMCA 1701 S. 8th Ave E. Newton, Iowa 50208

When: Saturday October 22. Check-in must be completed by the riders’ meeting at 8:45 AM

Who: You

Why: Because gravel is everywhere, get used to it, embrace it as a road surface.

Cost: This is the best part – free if you bring something to donate to the local food pantry.

Awards: Did we mention this race is free?

 

Other important facts:

- This race is done at your own risk. You are responsible for you.

- 55 or 105 miles of glorious Jasper County gravel. There may be some “B” surface road.

- Cue cards will be emailed.  A file will be available for importing into GPS devices.

- This is a difficult course because of the amount of elevation gain.

- There are two loops, you will return to the start at approximately the halfway point.

- You may see buffalo from, or on the course.  Respect them, they are very big and heavy.

- To register, send an email by midnight October 20 to bpatty2011@gmail.com

 

Rules (just a few to keep it safe and fair):

- Riders undertake this event at their own risk.

- Be safe, courteous and respect private property.  No littering or other undesirable behavior.

- Helmets must be worn at all times when on a bike.

- Roads are open to vehicle traffic, there are no course marshals. Yield to vehicles!

- If you leave the course, re-enter at the same location as you left.

- All racers must return by the 5:00 PM cutoff time.

- Let us know if you abandon by calling (641) 840-0535

 

Email questions to bpatty2011@gmail.com

Links

Venue

Start and finish at the Newton YMCA

1701 S. 8th Ave. E.
Newton, IA 50208
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Registration

Free for the first 105 who bring a non-perishable food item to donate to the local food bank.

Contact

bpatty2011@gmail.com

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This race is Iowa at it's finest- great people, quiet country gravel roads, rolling hills, AND 2 great opportunities to see American bison and elk.

#1 - IowaLeadman posted Aug 10


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