Race 10 – Solitude

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Race 9 at Snowbird was a fun one. After it rained all morning and most didn’t think the trails could take any more, the precip stopped and the skies cleared just enough for a Tuesday night MTB rally. It was a great night of racing on the new course, especially with the killer dirt. Sounded like everybody loved the course’s bonus vert. Big ups to John & Brian!

Sidenote, how about the Spaniard Tomi Misser?  He is a crusher!
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Next Up, Solitude on Tuesday, August 1

Only 3 races left, 2 Solitude XC and our last MiniEnduro at Snowbird

Pre-Register Race #10 – Solitude – August 1

If registering at the race, CASH ONLY!

Moonbeam Lodge Entrance – Solitude (map)

 

Trail Day 2

Solitude Trail Day
The next chance to earn 50 bonus points is going to be on August 5th at Solitude. We’ll be running a trail day under Solitude’s guide. Any and all are welcome, but only racers get the bonus points ;). The day will run from 8 AM – 1 PM with lunch to follow. PLEASE RSVP – you can do so on the Facebook Event or via email.

 

RACE #10 DETAILS – RACER CHECKIN

Fezzari Bicycles LogoAll participants must sign-in at the registration table before every race. Look for the Fezzari tent, our venue sponsor.

Solitude races require an additional waiver per race – August 1 Solitude Race Waiver (fill-out and bring)

Registration opens at 4:30pm and closes at 6:15pm.
Race starts at 6:30pm sharp, sent off in waves.

 

Leave your pooch at home

The Cottonwood Canyons are watersheds and do not permit dogs – Here are specifics should be curious.

 

KIDS 12 & UNDER

Summit CycleryIn an effort to provide a great experience for the kids, our grom wranglers Summit Cyclery will be on the scene, helping coach, coral, and cheer on the kids.

 

Parents

  1. We will setup 2 kids courses at the 3 Solitude Races. 1 will have a double track road climb and a single track descent, suited for the more advanced riders. The other course will be a mix of lawn and paved path, designed for  littlen’s on balance bikes and just starting to pedal.
  2. All kids must wear a helmet & closed-toed shoes in order to participate.

 

MAIN EVENT

– Start Order –

  1. Pro Men
  2. Expert Men 35+
  3. Expert Men 34-
  4. Pro / Expert Women
  5. Sport Men 34-
  6. Sport Men 35+
  7. CoEd Masters 50+
  8. Sport Women
  9. CoEd Beginner Class

 

Pro + Expert divisions – 2 laps ( 11miles + ~2,500′ vert )
Sport + Masters divisions – 1 lap (6miles + 1,390 vert)
Beginner division (use their own downhill) – 1 lap ( 4miles + 750′ vert )

 

View Map On Trailforks.com



 

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