Sofi Montana Enduro Series: Lone Peak's Revenge presented by DialedMTB
Race Details:

Welcome to Big Sky Resort for Lone Peak’s Revenge presented by DialedMTB and Round 3 of the 2019 SoFi Montana Enduro Series This has always been our biggest and rowdiest race each season, and we’re upping the game once again. The 2019 course will feature more climbing and descending as it takes racers on a tour of the whole mountain. This year’s Pro and Expert course features 6 stages, with 6000’ of climbing and 7700’ of descending. Sport and Masters categories will do 5 stages with 3900’ of climbing and 6600’ of descending (skipping stage 4). Junior categories will do 3 stages with 1900’ of climbing and 3600’ of descending (skipping stages 1, 2 and 4).
Note: if you want to change your category, we can make that happen. Just let us know ASAP (including the night before or during check-in the morning of the race)!

Important Notes:
- While the transfers are not timed, they are not unlimited time for this race! Riders must move through the course at a reasonable pace to make the overall time cutoff for each stage. There will be course closures to ensure that riders keep moving through the stages, and we’ll be keeping to 30 second intervals. In other words, if you don’t want to risk needing to pass someone during a stage, make sure you’re at the start early! If riders are not in line at the start of the stage by the listed course closure time, they will receive a DNF. Course closures can be extended due to course holds or at the discretion of Race Directors/Big Sky.

-The Race Tent will be in the grassy area near Swiftcurrent lift. Come say hi and check out the DialedMTB tent! Morning registration, post-race food, and awards will take place there, too.

-The course will be marked by race volunteers in the 2 days prior to the race. If you see them, tell them how awesome they are! Final course markings will not be in place until Friday evening!

-Be sure you know the course and have Trailforks ready! And remember it is the rider’s responsibility to know the course!

-The trails will be closed to the public while the stages are open. However, this doesn’t mean that someone won’t poach a line or somehow end up on course.

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