Created as an extremely challenging race in the spirit of the great European one-day Spring Classics, the BWR returns to North County San Diego on May 3, 2020 with a Belgique theme unlike anything the cycling world has ever tasted.
The race, which travels across pavement and dirt roads, offers several lengths and divisions. The 135 mile Waffle, climbes over 12,000 feet over its course and covers 50 miles of dirt. The Wafer is 75 miles. The men's, women's and junior boy's WANNA are 36 miles.
Race day events kick-off at the Lost Abbey at 5 a.m. on Sunday, May 3, with catered breakfast for participants, replete with HTFU portions of authentically prepared Belgian waffles. Pain and suffering will commence at 7 a.m. featuring four waves predicated on riders’ USAC categories. The expo will remain open on Sunday throughout the duration of the event until the beers, jeers and awards are distributed for all the day’s heroic efforts.
Proceeds from registration fees go to support the San Diego Mountain Biking Association.