• Date
    Saturday October 5, 2019 at
    8:00am to 12:00pm PDT
    past event
  • Type
    XC Race
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    , California United States
    1 Irvine Park Rd, Orange, CA 92869
  • Email
    ocmtb.races@gmail.com
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OC MTB Fremont XC Race 17m
Race Details:

October 5th, 2019 OC MTB Fremont XC Race 17m

Come join us for a thrilling mountain bike race on a scenic and fun course. The 1 lap course is 17 miles on a fire-road. It is a fast and smooth course with steep inclines and descents. There is approximately 3805 feet of ascending and descending. This course is designed for the experienced mountain biker. 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!

Fremont Canyon Nature Preserve, in all its beauty, is situated in the Santa Ana Mountains of Orange County. Fremont Canyon is often referred to by some as “the Yosemite of Orange County,” because of its picturesque granite rock formations, caves, ridgelines, and steep canyon walls. The peak of Fremont, situated at 2,376 ft., one can take in the breathtaking views of the snow-covered San Gabriel Mountains and as far north as Los Angeles and Palos Verdes. The one loop course offering 3805 feet of elevation gain and loss, will take you past many varieties of endangered plants, including coastal sage scrub, chaparral, oak woodlands, and the rare Tecate cypress. This diverse habitat of Fremont teems with wildlife, including cactus wrens, bats, Granite Spiny lizards, San Diego mountain king snakes, Bell’s sage sparrows, rock wrens, mountains lions, mule deer and golden eagles.

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