Borah Epic Donates $20,000 to CAMBA
The numbers are in and it’s time to celebrate another successful Borah Epic! In only its fourth year running, the Epic was able to generate a $20,000 donation to benefit the Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association.
The funds will be used to create new trails, reroute existing, and maintain one of the top single track trail systems in the country. According to Ron Bergin, CAMBA Executive Director, “The continued growth and success of the Epic has quickly become a cornerstone to our yearly fundraising effort. We look forward to what the Epic will bring to the table in years to come and have no doubt it will continue to enhance and improve our trails and riding community.”
Through less than ideal weather conditions, the race remained true to its roots by providing a challenging, epic experience for all - see results here. The 2017 race date is set to be released in late- September. To learn more about the Borah Epic, visit borahepic.com
The Borah Epic, founded in 2013, has raised over $57,000 to benefit CAMBA, otherwise known as the Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association. The point-to-point, single track challenge runs from Cable to Hayward, Wisconsin annually, with a registration cap of 750 riders.
CAMBA has built and continues to maintain over 100 miles of pristine single-track trail, coating the northwest Wisconsin area, a place where many outdoor endurance athletes flock year-round for premium recreation, exercise and events.