The 2020 Big Sky Biggie has been cancelled.NEXT EVENT - SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 2021
100K / 30 MILE MOUNTAIN BIKE RACE
The 2020 Big Sky Biggie has been cancelled.
I had high hopes in early June to produce a revised Biggie event. We had a crew of dedicated volunteers and Big Sky Resort staff putting a tremendous amount of brainstorming and energy into finding a way to host a modified Biggie event for you.
However, with so much uncertainty still surrounding the COVID pandemic and a recent surge in COVID cases, canceling the event this year is socially responsible and the appropriate action.
You have three options:
- Roll your registration to the 2021 Big Sky Biggie.
This is also called a Deferral. You do not need to do anything. Your 2020 registration will automatically transfer to the 2021 event. If you are unable to race on Saturday, August 28, 2021, you will have the option to defer the registration to 2022.
- Request a refund.
Email email@example.com to request a refund, and it will be processed as quickly as possible. (Note: If your 2020 registration was a deferral from a previous year, you are ineligible for a refund – but can defer to 2021.)
- Donate your 2020 registration back to the Biggie.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request that your 2020 registration be moved to a donation.
The Biggie will be making a donation to Big Sky Community Organization with donated registrations. Note: If you donated directly via BikeSignUp during the registration process, those funds are being sent directly to Big Sky Community Organization, already.
The Big Sky Biggie, presented by Lone Peak Physical Therapy, will be back on Saturday, August 28, 2021.
Our intent for 2021 is to be back in our usual Big Sky Town Center venue, with the original course you know and love so much.
If you have any questions, comments, suggestions – let’s chat!
Feel free to email or call.
Biggie Race Director,
START YOUR PEDAL ENGINES IN
THE PURPOSE BEHIND THE BIGGIE
Our primary goal is to encourage riders (of all levels) to get out on the trail and have a successful day. How a rider measures that success is going to vary; whether it’s to place on the podium in their category, just finish the distance with enough steam to celebrate, or somewhere in between.
Our secondary goal is to raise funds that will go back to our local trails for protection, maintenance and growth – after covering our expenses, of course. Proceeds will be donated to the Big Sky Community Organization, our primary partner and trails steward.