Want to build a Kinetic Sculpture, but don't know where to start? 
There's a great guide on Kinetic Baltimore's site.

Thanks to the Planet X Crew, we now have an accurate measure of the KGC Course length!

Day one:
-Road: 7.6 miles
(to sand entry)
-Sand: 2.2 miles
-Road: 3 miles
Total: 12.8

Day two:
-Water: 1.3 miles
-Road: 20.6 miles
Total: 21.9 miles

Day Three
-Road: 7.4
-River Bar/River 1.3
-Field: 0.8
-Road: 5.8
Total: 15.3

Race Total: 50.0

Find KGC 2018 forms here as soon as they're available

Please be patient, sometimes these large PDF's take a while to load. 

2018 KGC Registration form

Meanwhile, you can read the 2017 maps and directions for Reference:

2017 KGC Complete Race Rules

2017 Turn by Turn Course Description

2017 Course MapS


Hospitality for Racers 2018

Saturday may 26, 2018

Camping is available for out of town teams on Saturday night at Halvorsen Park (Day 1 Finish Line).  There will be porta potties, hand-washing stations, and a guard patrolling the fenced in area where sculptures are stored over night.

Sunday may 27, 2018

Water Entry

The tide dictates that the Day 2 Water Entry will be at the Public Marina beginning at 10:01a.m..  Teams will leave Halvorsen, go overland to the Marina, and line up to enter the water.  Water Exit will be at the Samoa Bridge boat ramp.

Sunday lunch

We'll let you know as soon as we confirm whether there will be an ENF Pit Stop Lunch.

 

 

Crab Park Noise Map

Folks who wish to play music at a reasonable volume in their own camps, please be respectful of your neighbors, keep the volume down to where they can't hear it, and shut it off in time for the people who have to get up and pedal in the morning to get some sleep.

If you want to make a LOT of noise (without playing loud canned music), you should camp to the North of the Finish Line. The end of the field closest to the beach is a good place for moderate noise which shuts down early. If you'd like a more chill, quiet time, pitch your tent closer to the Gate at the top end of the field.

Monday May 28, 2017

Water Crossing

We are very happy to continue refining the Day 3 water hazard beginning on the Worswick bar, and crossing the Eel River under Fernbridge.  There's been a lot of great feedback from Racers as well as Spectators, so we'll keep trying to make it better, safer, and more accessible to Spectators.

Photo Courtesy of Times Standard

Photo Courtesy of Times Standard

Day 3 Water Exit will only require traveling under Fernbridge ONCE, on the River bar.  Having reached the shore, on the Ferndale side, an area will be available to deflate pontoons, repack, etc. Please pull out of the path of others if you choose to stop.

Proceed South and cross the dairy field through a hole in the fence to the road (Hwy 211) west of Fernbridge Bridge.  Pit crews may drive up to meet their teams, but spectators and entourage will not be allowed.  Parking will be allowed along the concrete strip along Hwy 211  Signs and humans will be there to guide you.

Once your wheels are clear of the water, it is a LEGAL PUSH until you get to the road.