• Date
    Saturday September 7, 2019 at
    8:00am to 12:00pm PDT
    past event
  • Type
    XC Race
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    , California United States
    5524 Santiago Canyon Rd., Silverado, CA 92676
  • Email
    ocmtb.races@gmail.com
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OC MTB Limestone XC Race 18.6m/30m
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September 7th, 2019 OC MTB Limestone XC Race 18.6m/30m

Come join us for a thrilling mountain bike race on a scenic and fun course. The 1 lap course is 18.6 miles for High School, Beginner, and Sportsman classes and the two lap course is 30 miles for Experts. It is a mix of single track and fire-road. It is a fast and smooth course with a few technical sections. There is approximately 3782ft or 6223ft feet of ascending and descending per lap. Cash Purse for top 5 male and female expert finishers. 1st in age group awards We take pride in giving you the best bang for your buck. Post-race refreshments and a raffle for all!

Limestone Canyon offers riders the experience of seeing “original California” in its fall glory. The course will meander under a canopy of thick oaks, alongside seasonal creeks, a year-round dripping spring and past a striking geological formation known as “the Sinks.” This pristine canyon will give riders a sense of calm solitude as they race through serene meadows and rolling hills. Once on the ridge you will be captivated by panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, Catalina Island, Irvine Lake, and the Cleveland National Forest.

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