SS29er8 ... sorry I did not see your post till Sunday evening. You can get the race info at Goneriding.com. The next race is in two weeks in the Miami area. I think this one is at Oleta. Never been there before so can't say too much about it. I will say that the races are a blast. They are an excellent motivator and will make you a better and faster rider if you do them. The overall scene is prety cool. The Alafia race is now over at this time. iI think I like the out of town races better because it puts you in a hotel or camping and everything is focused around the race. Being here on the home turf it didn't have the same feel, a little like showing up and doing a ride. The conditions were absolutely perfect. What a beautiful day. They have a special single speed class and those guys kick ass. If you are on a 29er I'm sure you know. That seems to be the way to go. I remember reading an article years ago when Gary Fisher first brought the 29er onto the bike world scene and he said that it would take a few years but the 29 inch wheel is the wave of the future. Its getting more an more popular. I race in the beginner category ( they call that the white wave) and we race two laps which total 10.5 -13 miles. The age brackets are pretty straight forward and they also have a clydesdale category ( 200 lbs and up). There are no age brackets for single speed.