Otter Creek Mountain Bike Race
Race Details:

The 2020 Otter Creek presented by 701 Cycle & Sport is a cross country mountain bike race that takes place in the heart of NoDak at beautiful Harmon Lake north of Mandan, ND. With the addition of brand new singletrack at Harmon Lake, the race provides an experience for everyone as it follows the contours of the beautiful lake. The trail provides everything from canopy covered technical to wide open fast and flowy singletrack. This year's distances include - Beginner-11 miles, Sport-20 miles, and Expert-50 miles (3 laps). This year we will cap the race at 150. New for 2020 - E-Bike category for the Sport Race Updated Trail Maps can be found at: https://www.trailforks.com

First come, first serve camping is available right on site. Please note, the campground fills up almost every weekend. Harmon Lake also provides a beach and other family fun activities.

**Registrations after May 24th will not include a race t-shirt**

KIDS RACE - DAY OF REGISTRATION ONLY

OLDER KIDS (Ages 8-12) Small loop, 2-3 miles with some singletrack.

YOUNGER KIDS (Ages 3-7) Small loop around main shelter.

*** Weather/refund policy-In the instance of uncontrollable (weather) circumstances OC & 701 reserve the right to alter or cancel the event with no refund as they see fit. We will do our best to run the race and give every rider an enjoyable experience, but will not put anyone's life at risk.****

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