Since our humble beginning in 1996 with ~200 riders the 24 Hours of Adrenalin has incorporated various areas within the CNCPP, to accommodate the scope and size of this annual event. Over the years we realize that as event directors it’s our responsibility to be good corporate and environmental citizens and understand the importance of trail development. As the largest mountain biking event held at the CNCPP we need to layout a course that suits both the needs of our participants and future use of the venue. That’s why we have worked with IMBA Canada in the past to develop “Trail Workshops” and most recently a donation of nearly $35,000.00 towards the development of the 24 Hours of Adrenalin course.
The 24 Hours of Adrenalin was created to be a gathering of like minded folks of all abilities for a weekend spent in the great outdoors with friends and families. The course will never suit the requests of all riders as we attract pro’s to weekend warriors. A recent survey conducted after the 2012 event provided the following results:
Was the course to challenging, too easy, or about right?
– Result 80.6% said “about right” with 9.7% stating “a little too easy” and 5.3% saying “a little to challenging”.
How would you rate the course?
– Result 57.5% said it was “Excellent” and 36.2% rated it as “Very Good”