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Sugar Showdown 2017 video produced by Full speed digital cinema in association with The Sisterhood of Shred and Sweetlines

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2017 Sugar Showdown – Recap and Results

by Chris McFarland

What the heck is a Sugar Showdown? Well, it’s a bunch of girls coming out to jump and get prizes, blah, blah. No, it’s more than that. In its fifth year, the Sugar Showdown is a place where the young and old (6-60 years old), the beginners and the veterans, can come out for several days to either be coached or be a mentor. Many arrive with almost no understanding of how to jump a bike, but Kat Sweet from Sweetlines and her professional coaches bring them from novice to confident riders in just a couple of days. On the last day, the ladies get to show off what they learned in a Sunday completion that encompasses all skill and age levels, with awards and raffle prizes at the end. Seeing the little girls watch the pros with wide eyes and imagining the inspiration that is growing inside is something to behold.

excerpt from post – read the full recap here

SAVE THE DATE! Sugar Showdown /// June 29 – July 1, 2018

Sugar Showdown is not your average ride event, it is an empowering weekend for women and girls. Underneath the beautiful tree canopies of Duthie Hill Park, in an unique 2-day format, every rider will be coached through riding skills in order to compete with each other on the second day. From amateur to pro-level riders, all ladies will test their riding abilities under the supervision of accredited coaches and leave the second day feeling confident and proud! Open to women and anyone who identifies as female.

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June 30 – July 2, 2017


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