Bryce Summer Race Series 5
Race Details:

Bryce Bike Park wants to offer a four race series that is affordable to new and experienced racers alike along with offering official timing and quality racing. The series is all about simplicity and fun with your fellow riders without all the high cost and stress associated with big series events. Our intent for the series is to help future racers build the necessary skills and foundation to compete on the next level while riding with experienced racers who will pass down useful tips and knowledge. If you want to experience a laid back yet professionally run race, come out and join us for a fun and stress free event.

Each race will be held on a different course on Saturday evenings at 5 p.m. rain or shine. You must register either online or in person by noon on Saturday, the day of the race. Each race will consist of one run down that week’s course. The park will close down to the general public at 5 p.m. for the race. The course will be pre-marked on race day so you can practice on your own if you so choose. There will be no specific practice time for just racers. Each race will be officially timed and results will be posted as soon as possible after the race.

Biker on the MountainJunior Men's - 18 and under
Junior Women's - 18 and under
Men's - 19 and up
Women’s – 19 and up

For each individual race, the top three finishers in each category will receive a medal and points based on finishing place.
For the overall series winners in each category, the following awards will be given out:
1st – 2018 Bryce Bike Park Season Pass
2nd - $125 Bryce Resort Gift Card
3rd - $75 Bryce Resort Gift Card
Overall series winners will be presented with awards immediately after last race awards ceremony.

You are able to preregister online for each race here (We really like it if you preregister):
Or you can register in person the weekend of the event. The cutoff time for registration is noon on the Saturday of that week’s race.

Derek Clifton
[email protected]
Whether you’re an experienced racer or you’re just getting into downhill racing, the 2017 Bryce Bike Park Summer Series is for you.


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