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Additional ride information can be found at https://miraclehill.org/mhim.
Join us for Miracle Hill in Motion on June 1, 2019! Peer-to-Peer FUNraising events for the day will include 4 cycling routes with challenges for novice and experienced riders and our famed Kids Ninja Warrior course. All proceeds will support the homeless and hurting children and adults in Miracle Hill’s shelters and programs. All routes will begin and end near the Miracle Hill Children’s Home in Pickens. The Kids Ninja Warrior course for ages 4 – 12 will also be held near the Children’s Home.
Lunch will be provided for cyclists and ice cream will be available for kids. Fun activities will be available for the whole family!
*Register soon because t-shirt sizes are only guaranteed if registered by April 24th and jersey sizes are only guaranteed if registered by April 7th!*
Fundraising Levels for Cyclists:
Fundraising Levels for Kids Ninja Warrior:
Note: Fundraising is anything above and beyond your registration fee.
Sponsors will greatly help in reaching our fundraising goal of $175,000. For sponsor inquiries, please contact Stewardship Director, Jim Harrison. email@example.com | 864.631.0122
What does the registration fee include for the cyclists?
The ride, meal, t-shirt, cue sheet, stocked rest stops, and SAG.
When is the registration deadline?
Prices increase after April 18th for cyclists. Online registration closes on May 30th at 11:59 pm. Late registration will be available the morning of the event starting at 6:00 am.
What happens if it rains?
Miracle Hill in Motion will start rain or shine. In the event of a severe storm or inclement weather, authorities may decide to cancel the event the morning of the event. In the event of a weather cancellation, emails and texts will be sent out to inform registrants.
Can someone else pick up my packet for me?
Yes. Packet pickup will be Friday, May 31st between 7:30 AM and 5:00 pm at 490 S. Pleasantburg Drive Greenville, SC 29607 for both cyclists and ninja warrior participants.
Please plan to pick up your packet on Friday. However, if a cyclist is unable to pick up their packet on Friday, please arrive at 6:00 AM Saturday if your race is at 7:00 AM or at 7:00 AM if your race is at 8:00 AM, to receive the packet. If a Ninja Warrior is unable to pick up their packet on Friday, please arrive no later than 9:30 AM to receive the packet. Your packet will consist of your event bib, event shirt, goody bag, and any other fundraising items you may have earned.
Where should I park?
The start line is near the picnic shelter at 451 Miracle Hill Road.
Parking is available at Oolenoy Baptist (201 Miracle Hill Rd) and Miracle Hill’s Chapel (411 Miracle Hill Rd).
Is this a timed event?
Cyclists’ individual times will not be calculated or posted. However, there will be a timer at the finish line for you to see your end time.
The Kids Ninja Warrior course will be timed.
Will restrooms be available?
Yes. Restrooms will be available at the start/finish line and at each rest stop.
What should kids wear for the Ninja Warrior Course?
Kids should wear tennis shoes and comfortable, athletic clothing that they do not mind getting dirty.
What should cyclist wear?
Helmets with buckled chin straps are required and must be worn at all times. Your bib should be pinned to the back of your jersey and easily viewable to others. Headphones are not allowed for safety reasons.
Is this event only for racers?
No. We offer four routes for cyclists of all fitness and experience levels.
Will the roads be closed to traffic?
No streets or lanes will be closed on any of the ride courses. Therefore, all riders are expected to follow the rules of the road. Only two cyclists may ride side-by-side and we recommend single file when ascending or descending any hills.
Will there be aid stations along the way?
Yes, there will be aid stations along the courses stocked with food, water, and first aid kits. We will also have SAG drivers and an ambulance available.
What type of bike can I bring?
A road bike is the best option. You can also ride a touring bike, mountain bike, or single speed (with two brakes). A triathlon bike is fine as long as you keep your hands on the brake lever while riding in a group. Bike trailers and bike seats are not allowed for safety reasons.
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