Sun, Dec 08|
UWF Bike Trails
11th Annual PORC EPIC, to Benefit Toys for Tots in Northwest Florida
We are excited to announce the 11th Annual PORC EPIC, to Benefit Toys for Tots in Northwest Florida. Please save the date Sunday December 8, 2019.
Time & Location
Dec 08, 2019, 7:00 AM – 2:00 PM
UWF Bike Trails, 11969 Pate St, Pensacola, FL 32514, USA
We are excited to announce our 11th Annual PORC EPIC, to Benefit Toys for Tots in Northwest Florida. Please save the date for Sunday December 8, 2019. This is an opportunity for off-road cyclists and runners to support the efforts of the USMC Toys For Tots, while enjoying an EPIC ride or run on the best trails in Northwest Florida. The EPIC will take place on the Universtiy of West Florida trails and will be hosted at the Pate Road trailhead. Bring an unwrapped toy for a boy and a girl, then set out on your ride. Sign in from 0700-0800 and ride/run till 0800-1300. There will be drawings for prizes at 1330 for those who complete the EPIC Challenge. Our sponsors give us great prizes for participants and this year’s prize drawings include a set of Optishokz Revvz bone conduction bluetooth audio sunglasses.
EPIC Challenge - There will be four checkpoints on the trails with a special hole punch. You will be given a punch card with spaces to punch in at each checkpoint. If you find all four checkpoint s and return your completed punch card to the PORC tent at the trailhead, you will be entered into the prize drawing. The more laps around the course you complete, the more opportunities you have to enter the EPIC Challenge.
Go to porc.org for more information.
PENSACOLA OFF-ROAD CYCLISTS (P.O.R.C.) is a local mountain bike club, founded in March of 2000, committed to fostering recreational mountain biking in the Pensacola-Milton area, at the University of West Florida (West Campus Trails), Red Rock Rd, and Muscogee trails. PORC is a member of the Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association (SORBA), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization recognized as a leader in establishing trail bicycling ethics, education, safety, trail construction and design standards, volunteerism, and appropriate land-use management on local, state, and federal public lands.