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Fire Mountain Inferno draws near

A mountain biker performs a midair trick at Fire Mountain. EBCI photo  A mountain biker performs a midair trick at Fire Mountain. EBCI photo

Spots are still available in the fifth annual Fire Mountain Inferno mountain biking event in Cherokee on April 22-23.

The race will be based at Bryson City Outdoors-Cherokee, with two days of enduro racing at Fire Mountain Trails. An entry fee buys two days of racing, with each day featuring a new course. The event is open to all levels of racers.

The field is limited to 300 riders each day. Cost is $70 for adults and $20 for juniors 17 and under.

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