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June 25-26, 2022

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2022 Registration Open

Thank you for making our 2021 24 Hours of Summer Solstice was a great success!  While our 2021 was produced on a smaller scale we are excited to host at full capacity for 2022.

The 24 Hours of Summer Solstice is North America's Largest 24 Hour Mountain Bike Festival and Relay Event! With teams ranging from solo to ten person it's perfect for the ultimate challenge or a weekend riding or racing with friends. Make the 24 Hours of Summer Solstice the highlight of your summer!

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EVENT SCHEDULE

Friday

2:00 pm - Move-In

5:00 pm – 9:00 pm - Race Kit Pickup

Saturday

8:00 am – 11:00 am - Late Race KIt Pickup
(Waiver signing open all day for late riders)
10:00 am - Volunteer Meeting
11:00 am - Team Captain's (or rep) Meeting
12:00 pm - Race Starts 
4:00 pm - Shimano Youth Event (6 & under 4 pm, 7-8 4:20 pm, 9 & over 4:40 pm)

6:00 pm - 9::00 pm -Bands

Sunday

10:00 am - Chico's Mud Bog
11:30 am - Freezie Chug Fest Contest

12:00 pm - Final Laps

1:05 pm - Awards.

EVENT DETAILS

Rider Find Forum

Pre-Riding

Pre-riding will be open the Tuesday
prior the event.

Lighting Technical Support 

We will have outlets in the chalet for those wanting to charge lights. Please wear a mask in the building.

Light & Motion Rentals - 2022 is not confirmed yet.

Light and Motion will be not be renting lights in 2021.

Shimano Technical Support

Usually reserved for World Cups, Shimano’s awesome wrenches will be o­n hand to make emergency adjustments to your bikes. Please have your bike adjusted prior the event as this is a service for riders needing mid-event adjustments!

Cycle Life Retail Store

Cycle Life will have limited-edition Solstice jerseys, accessories, lights, parts and sale items on hand for the event. They also have on-site mechanics for hire if your bike is a bit tired.

On Site Massage Therapy

On-Site Massage Therapy will be located in the main sponsor area from Friday evening to Sunday afternoon massaging straight through the night. Riders using their services rave about the benefits of a 15 or 30-minute massage treatment, with many athletes coming back multiple times. Please contact Brian Bennett RMT at 416-894-6015 or visit their website .

24 Hour On-Site Food Services

Scarlett House catering offers pasta, salads, BBQ, ice cream, coffee, drinks and the famous Mick/Chico. Wellington beer is also available for purchase.

Why is the 24 Hours of Summer Solstice the most popular in North America?

  • Every campsite has a fire pit and a picnic table. 
     

  • Chip timing system for accurate and fast results.
     

  • On site technical support, mechanics and parts (including complementary Shimano technical support).
     

  • Showers and washroom facilities on site.
     

  • Festival atmosphere and expo area.
     

  • Event courses designed and built by mountain bike riders.
     

  • Complementary kids' races.
     

  • Family-approved events with an on-site waterpark, playgrounds and extra campsites that you can rent for family members.
     

  • Our 24 hour races have more participants than most NORBA, World Cup and Canada Cup mountain bike events.
     

  • Friendly staff, volunteers, safety crew and competitors help create a fun atmosphere.
     

  • We run different courses for each 24 hour event.
     

  • Albion Hills Conservation Area is located less than 1 hour from downtown Toronto.
     

  • Chico Racing is the most experienced organization organizing relay mountain bike events in Canada.

Value

What is included with my entry?

  • T-shirts for all participants.
     

  • Friday and Saturday night campsites are included.
     

  • Park entry for all participants (spectators must pay).
     

  • Bib numbers, goodies and chip timing.
     

  • Complementary Shimano technical support.
     

  • All insurance paid for, no need for mountain bike licenses.
     

  • Full weekend of camping, riding and fun!​

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MORE details

Albion HIlls Conservation Area

Directions from Toronto:

Take Hwy 400 North to King Road #11 exit

Turn west (left) towards Bolton, Ontario

Turn north (right) on Hwy 50 in Bolton

Albion Hills Conservation Area is located 12km north on Hwy 50, on the west (left) side.

ADDITIONAL ACCOMMODATIONS

Hampton Inn, Bolton

12700 Hwy#50, Bolton (905) 857-9990

20 Bells Lake B&B

(905) 859-1555