Broken Record 3 & 6 Hr MTB Challenge
Race Details:

Come get loopy at this 1st annual mountain bike lap race being held at Kershaw-Ryan State Park in Caliente, Nv, the Broken Record 3 & 6 Hr MTB Challenge. This 6.5 mile circuit will be held on the single-track mountain bike trail system at the top of Kershaw Canyon.

3-Hour: Youth, Female Open, Male Open
6-Hour: Youth, Female Open, Male Open, 2-Person Team
Youth class is 17 & Under, parent/guardian must be present at all times will youth rider is competing.

3-Hour: Youth $25, Open $50 - Start 9 am
6-Hour: Youth $35, Open $70, 2-Person Team $90 - Start 7am
Online Registration Closes April 24th @ 10am.
Race Day Registration will be held from 6-6:30am and there will be an additional fee of $5.
Race Day registration, cash only

PRIZES & SWAG: For this event, prizes will be awarded to the top 3 racers in each category if there are 10 or more participants in each category. If a category/categories have less then 10 participants then prizes will be awarded to 1st place overall winner only.
Registered riders will receive a custom race swag. The race swag is in the works, will post soon.
And of course, a custom race medal to all finishing riders.
There will also be a few fun awards given to the "Oldest Rider", "Youngest Rider", "Funnest Rider", "Worst Luck Rider", and "Furthest Traveled Rider".

COURSE: The course will start at the at Caliente Tower Rd Trailhead and run counter clockwise. The course is 6.5 miles and all single-track bike trails with a few dirt road crossings. The course starts at 5,187 ft with approximately 790 ft elevation gain and 793 ft elevation loss.

WAIVERS: For Team Registrants: If registering as a 2-Person relay team for either the 3-hour or 6-hour race, please have both participants type in their names when registering online at Webscorer.


Event Supporters:
  • Tailwind Nutrition


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