Race Details:

The New Castle Rides and Reggae Festival is a celebration of trail running, mountain biking, music and community. Rides and Reggae includes a Saturday full of fun including live music from local and national reggae influenced bands, MTB and trail running races for all ability levels on the Colorow and Highlands Trail Networks and a beer garden. Not into MTB racing or trail running no problem. Just ride your bike up to VIX Ranch Park and link up with other like minded people for a group ride. Not into mountain biking at all, that's ok too. Head to VIX Ranch Park and toss a blanket on the ground and take in the beautiful views from Castle Valley Ranch while listening to amazing live music.

Kids 12 and under FREE

FESTIVAL SCHEDULE:

MTB/Trail Running Race Packet Pickup and Registration

Friday August 6 5pm-8pm

VIX Ranch Park New Castle

Come get your race packet and have a beer with us.

NEW CASTLE DIRTY DOZEN MTB RACE PRESENTED BY VALLEYORTHO

-9 am start from VIX Ranch Park. 20 miles course with approximately 3,800 feet of climbing.

NEW CASTLE DIRTY DOZEN TRAIL RUNNING RACE PRESENTED BY VALLEYORTHO

-7 am start from VIX Ranch Park. 10k course with approximately 1,100 feet of climbing.

Course maps and description are available at newcastletrails.com

All or part of this event take place on Bureau of Land Management lands

Rides and Reggae Festival

MUSIC LINEUP - set times to be announced closer to event

The Expendables

Tomorrow's Bad Seeds

Jon Wayne and The Pain

Artikal Sound System

Soul Majestic

Sensi Trails

Just A Feeling

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