Grab your spot in the 2021 Lewis Morris Challenge scheduled for June 27! Registration is OPEN! And if you register before June 19th, 2021 you'll be entered into our prize raffle. No Day of Registration.
Yes folks, it's true - no Ringwood Rumble in 2021. Although things are opening up, we couldn't get a permit for this month, and there are no events allowed at Ringwood between Memorial Day and Labor Day because of the lake. We have a great relationship with our land managers and respect their decision on this - park usuage continues to be unprecedented. Don't worry, we'll be back in 2022!!
We are super excited to announce that the H2H Series has moved to a permanent race number plate for the series and your plate will be used for the entire race series. These are yours to keep, and must be used for each race that you compete in. DO NOT FORGET YOUR PLATE when you attend other H2H Races!
Replacement plates will be available at each venue, but there will be a $15.00 charge for each plate to cover the cost, the chip, and the data entry required to get your new number back into the system and series. Check out the FAQs here.
Hello H2H Mountain Bikers and Extended H2H Race Community!
Last year at this time, we never thought we would be heading into 2021 with so much continued uncertainty, but here we are.
Still, this community is strong! As a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic, more people than ever have been introduced to and explored the joy of cycling. If you happen to be here for the first time and are new to the sport, we wish you a warm and heart-felt welcome!
As a Regional Mountain Bike series, each race is promoted by individual clubs, bike shops, and/or teams. Without the hard work and efforts from their respective volunteers, none of this would be possible. Make sure to thank them at each event.
The H2H Race Promoter Committee has developed what is currently a tentative H2H Race Schedule. The schedule is dependent upon a number of factors:
Hello Friends and Family of the H2H Race and Cycling Community,
The current worldwide COVID-19 climate really puts bike racing into perspective for all of us. At this point, foremost in all our thoughts and action, is the wellness and safety of individuals, friends and family.
As the sponsor of the H2H Series, the A.C. Daughtry Security Team is here to help however we can.
I would like to take this time to thank each of the series Promoters. Countless hours of volunteer work, money and preparation has already been exhausted for races that will not be held. All of the 2020 medals and new permanent number plates remain unused and in boxes. Thankfully that time and effort does not come as an expense to wellness. Health, safety, businesses, workplaces and economic instability has become the primary concern with high levels of uncertainty for us all.
Now, more than ever, we all need to be aware of the power of the bike and keep in mind why we got into this great sport of ours. Sometimes, a lone ride in the woods or a quiet pedal down a canal path early in the morning, can be just the cure for a tough time.
Finally, remember the people and the places that brought each of us into this sport. That friend, shop mechanic, or bike shop owner…they all helped point us all in a direction that eventually led us together on a common path. For the Local Bike Shops (LBS) that each of us frequent, NOW IS THE TIME for us to support them and all local businesses.
Be safe, appreciate everyone around you, and look forward to a future large/safe public gathering on bikes when this is all behind us!
With all of our Support and Best Regards - David and Heather Kahl
We are stoked to announce that for the 2020 racing season, the A.C. Daughtry Security-H2H Race Series will be switching to reusable number plates with attached timing chips. You will receive your plate at the first race you chose to attend, and then be asked to hang on to it and use it to race at all subsequent races in 2020.
Click here for our Race Plate FAQs.