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Labor Day Hare & Hound

Kauai, United States

Disclaimer: The below info is relative to the 2021 event.

Terrain Description: Depending on the location of the race, it could be jungle, rocky, streams, muddy….

Racetrack Format: No prologue. Riders line up and mass start at the same time. A and B class start separately. Usually about 30 minutes apart. It’s a one day race with check points throughout the course. At each check point the racer pulls a paper tag with a specific number or marking. At the end of the race they must present all the checks to prove they completed the course.

Categories: 2 categories: A or B. The A class is longer and more difficult.

Average Daily Riding Time: The fastest rider usually takes around 4 hours depending on the conditions.

Racetrack markings: Yes the course is flagged. Usually the A class follows pink ribbons and the B class follows blue.

GPS Mandatory: No GPS required. The trail is flagged. The flags are on the right hand side.

Championship-Race: No.

Race History: This annual race dates back to 1954. Next year will be the 67th annual race.

Normal/Expected Attendance: Usually around 150 riders.

Nearest Civilisation: The race rotates around the various riding areas of Kauai.

Nearest International Airport: LIH = Lihue

Rental Motorcycles: There aren’t any rental options at the moment.

Motorcycle Conditions: No registrations required. It’s all off-road.

Typical Weather: It’s warm.

Sightseeing: Yes, it’s Hawaii. It’s a great opportunity for a family/wife vacation/race.

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