In previous years, the Tundra Time Trial has been held on the Silver Comet Trail. This year event organizers, Surge Sports decided to change the venue, partially due to conflicts in scheduling, to Gordon County.
The race was held on an 8.25 mile loop near Pine Chapel. Organizers stated that they appreciated Crane Eater Community Church for allowing the race headquarters to be set up in its parking lot.
The cool morning brought many teams and individuals to compete in North Georgia.
Dan McBee, director of NERA, stated that the average racer and their families are estimated to have spent between $100 and $200 each. That is an estimated $30,000 to $60,000 infusion into the local economy during the race weekend.