Contact form and more information at: www.alabamacupraces.com
What the races are all about
The Alabama Cup Racing Series is made up by the Locust Fork Invitational, Mulberry Fork Canoe and Kayak Races and Locust Fork Whitewater Classic races. Courses consist of about 25 gates, set on a class Il/lll rapids approximately one hundred yards long. Race courses are spectator friendly with walking trails right beside the courses.
Locust Fork Invitational - February 7th & 8th, 2015
Mulberry Fork Canoe & Kayak Race - March 7th & 8th, 2015
Locust Fork Classic - March 28th & 29th, 2015
Saturday - Championship Slalom, Downriver and Boater cross
Sunday - Cruising and Novice Slalom
Official race results
You can find the USA Canoe & Kayak Slalom Racing Rules here.
The races are dependent on rain fall. Too high or too low water might be cause for elimination of some classes or cancellation of the races.
All racers must wear an approved PFD and helmet. All boats must have appropriate flotation. Safety boaters will be on the course at all times.
RACERS WHO DO NOT RETURN RACE BIBS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO RACE THE NEXT EVENT
Entrance fee donations $3 per person, per day
Camping $5 per person, per night. Prices subject to change. If camping, please be considerate of others by keeping noise down at reasonable hours. Dogs should always be on leashes, and please pick up their waste.
Directions to the Races
Locust Fork Invitational and Whitewater Classic will be located at Kings Bend in Cleveland, Alabama, just north of Cleveland off Hwy 231/79.
Directions from Birmingham
Mulberry Fork Canoe & Kayak Race is located near Garden City, Alabama, and located river right of the Mulberry River.
What goes on?
The races are a time for local paddlers to come together and test their skills against one another, as well as themselves. But, they are more than that. They are also an opportunity to come together as a paddling community and celebrate our local rivers. We also feature a raffle, silent auction, food, live entertainment, awards banquet, environmental education, and more. All of this presented in a family friendly environment.