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Re: [RC] multiday vs two day 100 - Barbara McCrary

In a 2-day 100, you sign up for the whole ride.  If you finish the first day, for example, and do not finish the second day, you lose all your credit for the event.  If you were to ride two 50 mile rides, one day after another, you keep the credit for the ride(s) you finish.
----- Original Message -----
From: jamie ward
Sent: Monday, March 02, 2009 1:43 PM
Subject: [RC] multiday vs two day 100

I am planning on riding Bandit springs in july and it is a two day event this year. I searched the archive's but did not find what I was looking for so...
What is the diferance between a multi day 50 and a two day 100 ( riding 50 miles each day)

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[RC] multiday vs two day 100, jamie ward