The B24 needs your help
The race websites and email distribution lists for the BURN 24 & the 6 Hours of Warrior Creek have never been used for anything other than race related announcements. While this post is not race related, it is. The BURN 24 has served as the unofficial grassroots 24 hour national championship for some time. We’ve had pros race with us over the years and exceptionally fast individuals but for the most part, we’re all average run of the mill cyclists with day jobs that share cycling as a hobby. That brings a sense of family and camaraderie to our sport. It makes it fun! We’ve seen this over and over when unfortunate circumstances arise that leave us with a rider down. Regretfully, we’ve been left with a rider down. James Caudill is a past participant of the BURN 24 Hour Challenge. He has also helped build and maintain the trails at W Kerr Scott. James is a cyclist. That makes him part of our clique, right? Last fall James was involved in a serious accident that involved major head trauma. You can read his story here. This year at the BURN, we’ll be selling left over race t-shirts from previous year’s events to benefit the C Foundation. Our designs are typically pretty cool so whether you’re in need of a new t-shirt or out of shop rags, consider making a purchase or even just a donation. All proceeds will go directly to the C Foundation to help cover the cost of James’ rehab and to help others in need that are suffering from traumatic brain injuries. We would appreciate the extra support!