• Date
    Friday March 20, 2020 at 12:52pm MDT
    Monday April 6, 2020 at 1:00am
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  • Type
    Fatbike Race
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    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    Leadville, Colorado United States
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Fatty Corona
Race Details:

Start in large field at CMC head up to and left to Perma Grin-Boulders connector. Right up boulders to the Mineral Belt Trail. Follow MBT all the way up to the Ajax Cribbings kiosk. Take left on snowmo track behind kiosk to get to 5th St. Climb up 5th St to Adelaide Park. Follow groomed trail straight down into Cal Gulch. Cross road slightly uphill and climb up Oro City snowmobile trail. At top veer right then downhill left down steep hill into Iowa Gulch. Right in Iowa Gulch all the way back to MBT. Left on MBT til Boulders crossing. Left on boulders then left on Slip N Slide. Stay left at every single track intersection back to the MBT. Stay on Perma Grin back to the Start field.


  • + 1
leadvegas CCW (Mar 21, 2020 at 12:08)
Just broke trail. You're welcome!
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  • By leadvegas CCW
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