6 Hours in Frog Hollow
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The 6 Hours in Frog Hollow is a premier mountain biking event aimed at having a festival like atmosphere. The Frog Hollow Venue is set in a spectacular location in the deserts of Southwest Utah in the shadow of Zion National Park.

The 6 hours of Frog Hollow is part of the Frog Hollow endurance series and is a great introduction to endurance racing or a fun way to train for the 25 hours in Frog Hollow race. The event is focused on having a festival like atmosphere. Our goal is to ensure that everyone will have a good time. So come and enjoy the friendship, team spirit, awesome trails and spectacular scenery that this event is sure to provide. Ride safe, ride fair and above all have fun.

The 6 Hours in Frog Hollow is a team relay and solo rider mountain bike event. The race will begin at 9:00 AM on Saturday and ends 6 hours later at 3:00 PM Sunday. Both team and solo riders will compete for prizes.

The course will consist of a 13-mile loop including 6 miles of single track. The trails for this course have been designed specifically for endurance desert racing.

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