Paranormal is coming!!!

Get ready you costumed MTB freaks! The Paranormal is coming! 6 Hour race at the Tevendale Farm… most laps wins. Lots of food to discourage that next lap.
This is our 14th year in a row putting on a fun grass-roots, family event . One and Two person teams will attack the 8 mile lap of wooded, tight, fast and fun singletrack while dodging rocks, roots, bats and beasts!
Show up in costume and get a time bonus for your solo or duo open team! The course and setup are all new for 2015!
Trek Demos:
Starting at 10AM, come hit the trails and test out Trek’s latest mountain bikes
Free Kids Race:
This is the fifth year we will be doing the Paranormal Kids Race. It’s open for all of the little cyclists 12 and under. They can sign up with their parents between 1:00 and 2:45 on race day. The kids will go off at 3:00 and they should be done in time for the adults to show up for the pre-race meeting at 3:30.
Volunteer Information:It takes a lot of hands to keep the Paranormal running smoothly throughout the evening. If you or someone representing you volunteers with setup, breakdown or race day activites, you race for free. If you are interested in helping out use the event contact link above.Directions:

This is our eight year at the Tevendale Farm, North of Charlottesville.  The trails get better and better every year and this year we have an expanded and all new course and setup.  There will be plenty of parking and some “primitive” race night camping available.  Please no pets and no open fires. Click Here for a Google Map Detailed driving directions: From Rt 29 and 250 in Charlottesville, Head North on 29.  Make a Left onto Hydraulic Road.
Follow this through three lights and make a Left onto Earlysville Road
at the fourth light (Summers market, formerly The Rock Store).  Take Earlysville Road through Earlysville and at the Earlysville General Store stay left onto Buck Mountain Road. Follow this for a few miles until a Right onto Markwood Road.  Follow
Markwood for three-quarters of amile and make a left into a large field across from the Claymont Subdivison.