THANK YOU FOR MAKING THE 2ND ANNUAL SANTA CRUZ MOUNTAIN BIKE FESTIVAL AN INCREDIBLE SUCCESS!

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Mountain Bikers Of Santa Cruz (MBOSC) would like to thank you all for your attendance and participation in our Second Santa Cruz Mountain Bike Festival on April 9th and 10th, 2011 in Aptos Village, California.

We had a blast and are quite satisfied with the event. It exceeded our expectations. The organizing team and volunteers were tired but satisfied. All the feedback from vendors, spectators, athletes and neighbors were all positive and we raised over $10,000 towards a new bike park in Aptos – when ever they are ready. We have nice post festival after glow which carried us into the Sea Otter Classic the following weekend.

A huge THANK YOU to our generous 2011 sponsors!

Check out 2011 race/contest results here.

View an awesome slide show and enjoy sweet vids of the 2011 festival.

Thanks to

Megan Zemny (Festival Director/Sponsorships/Marketing/Fund raising)
Lisa Myklak (Event Director/Sponsorships)
Daryl Breuninger (Expo/Operations/Volunteers)
Steve Gemelos (Events/Operations/Marketing)
Eve Davidson (Finance/Registration),
Reema Farhat (Volunteers)
Sebastien Praly (Beer Garden/Operations/Events)
Mark Davidson (Operations/Expo/Legal/Sponsorships/Fund raising)

Above and beyond

Shawn Wilson (Events/Sponsorships)
Mary Moncorge (Marketing/Sponsorships)
Dwight Follien (Operations/Security/Parking)
Drew Perkins (Short Track)
Jeff Kendall-Weed (Epic XC)
Dave Smith (Shuttles/Construction/Parking/Greeter)
Alan Strahsberg (Audio and music)
John Fuchs (Construction/Events)
Jon Lukas (Web site)
Greg McPheeters (portable solar power)
Jesse Nickel (Site host/cleanup)
Kathy Frank, Buff, Kim (First Aid/Medical)
Sean McSorley (Event Photography)

And Finally!

A very special thanks to our sponsors, athletes and spectators for supporting this event. This has been a volunteer grass roots effort and a labor of love for all of us. We believe that Santa Cruz County has some of the best mountain biking in the world and it was an honor to show the world.