no recoveryrace. The course consists of mostly single track with quick climbs and fast descents with very little recovery in between, making for an awesome race.
The August summer series continued with great success since 2000 till 2011. In 2003 a new May spring series was added an now is the opener for many racers in the Upstate New York area, as the series kicks off the start of many other races in the region. The August series in 2003 was skipped that year, since Doug Sharp (the race director) was getting married in August. In 2004 both the spring and summer race series successfully returned.
The races draw between 50-70 mountain bike riders on any given Tuesday night. This is a great event for young riders as well, since kids as young as 10 have been racing at the competition. Spectators are welcome to come and view the competition, as the course is visible for fans in many areas. Farmall Hill is privately owned and racing is only permitted on race days, making participation a must if you want to ride the course.