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The Comox Valley Road Runners are hosting the 4th annual  Cumby trail race, which will include our signature 25 km race in addition to the  Half Cumby, a 13 km race.  We are also exploring a new Quarter Cumby.  Stay tuned for that addition.

May 11th, 2019

Registration for the Cumby will open at 6 am on February 14th, 2019 

The Full Cumby 25 km – starts at 10 am sharp – briefing at 09:45 at Race Central 

The Half Cumby 13 km – starts at 11 am sharp – briefing at 10:45 at Race Central 

Quarter Cumby – Keep posted 

The CVRR and the Cumby Race Organizing Committee are happy to announce that over the three years of the Cumby, we have donated over $40,000 to the Cumberland Community Forest Society. The CCFS serves to purchase and protect the Cumberland Forest for its ecological, historic, economic and recreational value. The most recent Cumby race contributed to the current CCFS purchase to ​​protect another 100+ hectares of forest along Perseverance Creek​​ in 2018.  Our loyal racers and sponsors who support this race annually have made all of these donations possible. The CCFS is supported by hundreds of donors and the Comox Valley Road Runners are proud to be counted as one of the top FIVE fundraisers for the CCFS. We know that many of you are already committed donors to the CCFS. If not, you will be as a Cumby racer. As always, all of our net proceeds will be directed to the CCFS.  

The Cumby 2019 will continue to take place in the hills above the historic Village of Cumberland. Race routes change from year to year as we are not only racing in an active logging area, we are also keen to take advantage of the variety of new and exciting trail systems the United Riders of Cumberland trail builders have developed. Our race route finder is committed to finding our racers a technically fast race with mostly runnable uphill climbs, quick descents with a mix of stream crossings and narrow bridges. You will not be disappointed as the vistas provided by your hard work are worth the effort. The Half Cumby route will follow the Full Cumby route to the half way point before a quick romp to the finish line.

The Cumby takes full advantage of the extensive system of trails managed by the United Riders of Cumberland through a trail access agreement between the Village of Cumberland, Timber West Forest Corporation and Hancock Forest Management. We thank them all for their collaboration in this worthy event.

We think our race alone is fabulous but dont leave until you have tasted some of our great food and celebrated age category and overall winners during the awards ceremony directly after the race. Our medals are handmade by one of our organizing committee members and we will have 1st , 2nd 3rd medals for 0 – 19, 20 – 29, 30 – 39, 40 – 49, 50 – 59, 60 – 69, 70 – 79 and so on in both races. You will want one so start training now.

Our 1st place male and female racers in both races receive special awards provided by our great sponsors.

On behalf of the Cumby organizing Committee and the CVRR please join us on May 11, 2019

2018 Results for the Cumby
2017 Results for The Cumby
2016 Results for The Cumby

 

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