Pisgah Productions is proud to present the ICYCLE! The most fun you’ll ever have on two wheels, rain, sleet, snow or sunshine.
For 2017 we will be returning to the ORIGINAL two day format:
NIGHT DOWNHILL RACE at Dark:30 SATURDAY!
CROSS COUNTRY RACE at 10:00 in the morning SUNDAY!!!
Why the change? We hope this format will allow more people to be able to make the drive out to Fontana and for the entire event to be more affordable for everyone. Take your time getting to Fontana on Saturday, check in to your room or cabin without a rush, then get ready to race! Fontana Village will offer late-checkouts (2PM) for everyone that stays Saturday night… and you know you want to stay Saturday night… Then race Cross Country on Sunday and still have time to get a shower and lunch and pack up afterwards! That almost sounds like a vacation!
The Icycle DH course includes Turkey Chute trail; a super-fast and fun wide-open lane of a trail that drops 900 feet in 1.2 miles. There are jumps, berms, and minor rock gardens along the way.
The 7 mile- 1100′ climbing Icycle XC course offers some of the finest single-track around. The course consists of varied terrain with rocks, roots, creeks, & wide open passing lanes.
REGISTRATION and SIGN-IN:
11:00AM – 7:00PM SATURDAY (Location: Events Hall Lobby)
8:00AM – 9:30AM SUNDAY. (Location: Events Hall Lobby)
SATURDAY NIGHT DOWNHILL Race:
Practice – 12:30PM-7:00PM.
RACER MEETING: 7:15PM SATURDAY. (Location: General Store parking lot)
The downhill race starts at approximately 7:30PM. Racers will leave the start gate in one minute intervals in the following category order. There will be a three minute interval between categories.
1. Junior <12 years old – (M/F)
SUNDAY CROSS-COUNTRY Race:
RACER MEETING: 9:45AM SUNDAY. (Location: Softball field)
Expert – (M/F) – (3 Laps) – 10:00AM Start
Single Speed – (coed) – (3 Laps) – 10:00AM Start
Sport – (M/F) – (2 Laps) – 10:05AM Start
Fat Bike – (TIRES >3.7″) – (coed) – (2 Laps) – 10:05AM Start
Beginner – (M/F) – (1 Lap) – 10:10AM Start
Big Bike – (12″+ suspension) – (coed) – (1 Lap) – 10:10AM Start
From Knoxville, Tennessee, take Hwy 129 south from Knoxville to Maryville, TN. Just past Maryville, Hwy129 turns left off of the four lane highway. Drive carefully. This section of this route is a beautiful, but curvy mountain road known as the “Dragon” by car & bike enthusiasts. One mile past past the TN/NC state line turn left on Hwy 28 at Deals Gap. Continue on Hwy 28 for 8.6 miles.
From Asheville, North Carolina take I-40 west. Take the exit for Hwy 74 (Great Smoky Mountain Expressway). Stay on Hwy 74 (four lane) you will pass Clyde, Sylva, and 8 miles past Bryson City turn right on Hwy 28. Continue on Hwy 28 for 25 miles.
From North Atlanta, travel north on I-75, I-575, GA 5, US 76, GA & NC 60 North, US 64 east to US 129/19. North of Andrews, take US 129 to Robbinsville. Take NC 143 east to Hwy 28, follow Hwy 28 to Fontana Village.
Another route from North Atlanta, north on GA 400 to Dahlonaga then US 19 North to US 129, then US 129 North to Robbinsville. Take NC 143 east to Hwy 28, follow Hwy 28 to Fontana Village.
From east Atlanta, take I-85 north to 985 north which turns into US 441. Continue into NC to the town of Dillsboro. Merge on to Hwy 74 west to Bryson City (last chance for groceries) turn right on Hwy 28. Continue on Hwy 28 for 25 miles.
From Chattanooga, Tennessee take I-75 north to exit 20 onto US 64 E. towards Cleveland and merge onto the US 74E/US 64E via the ramp to the Ocoee River Gorge. Travel 81 miles to Topton, NC. Turn left on US 129. Travel 11 miles and turn right on NC 143 in Robbinsville, NC. Travel 9 miles and turn left onto NC 28. Fontana will be 11.7 miles north on your left.
For GPS Users
For GPS users, the coordinates to the Lodge for check-in are 35.4364112, -83.822342 35.4364112 -83.822342 N35° 26.1847′, W083° 49.3405′ or plug in the following address: 300 Woods Road. Fontana Dam, North Carolina 28733
Lodging is available on site!
Use discount code IC17 for a discount room at the Lodge:
Use discount code ICY7 for a discount on your cabin:
For the brave there is even tent-camping available!