Race Information

  • Onsite registration will be open on Saturday night at the race site (Lake Howard) 4-7pm.  Camping is available onsite and we will be cooking out for anybody camping.  We are asking for a $5 donation per tent to COGS (the local mountain bike group that maintains the trails) if possible.  The singletrack will be open for a Saturday evening pre-ride.
  • Race morning registration will be open from 6am-7:30am.
  • Race starts at 8am.
  • You are allowed (1) one gallon drop bag. It must be at the registration table by 7:15am in order to make it to the turn around.  Please do not use coolers unless you are willing to wait at the finish for the volunteers from the turn-around aid station to return.
  • There will be (3) aid stations on course that will be stocked with cold water, Heed, Hammer gel, and bananas. The Heed will not be premixed.
  • There will be no tools or supplies at aid stations. You are required to be mechanically self sufficient.
  • There will be necklaces at the turnaround. They are big enough to go around your helmet, but not so big that they will be a problem. If you do not have your necklace at the finish, you will be a DNF.
  • The majority of this race takes place on forest service roads and jeep trail which are OPEN TO TRAFFIC. Use your head when bombing into a blind corner. All of these roads are two way race traffic as well, keep that in mind. While there is no yellow line, act like there is.
  • There will be food and podiums after the race.  The food is for racers and volunteers only.