The first Oman Trailbuilders’ race of the season will be the Tomb Raider Time Trial, taking place in Al Khoud on 19th October at 3pm.
As per all our races, the emphasis is on fun, and this race in particular is suitable for all abilities. The time trial format sees riders start at 2 minute intervals, with riders of a similar ability riding near each other to ensure you don’t feel under pressure from faster riders.
The route is similar to last year’s course, though this year’s race will feature a new section of singletrack, taking you higher and offering more views that you won’t see as you’ll be too focussed to look The course is around 6.5km long - it’s short, but if last year’s race is any indication – you will be exhausted when you finish.
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