• Date
    Sunday October 31, 2021
    Sunday October 31, 2021
    past event
  • Type
    Enduro Race
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike E-Bike
  • Location
    Trexler Nature Preserve, Pennsylvania United States
TrexXxFest 2021
Race Details:

This is going to be ONE FUN race. Trexler trails were designed to be FAST, FLOWY, and FUN! Whether you are super competitive or have never raced before, this race is for you. The stages are between 1 to 2.5 miles long and incorporate flowy descents as well as a little climbing. This will test bike handling ability at high speeds as well as your overall fitness. The best part is that you will have time to recover between each stage.

All proceeds from the race will be going to the next phase of the trail development at the Trexler Nature Preserve.
XC Enduro - 10am-noon, staggered stage start times.
Timing chip pickup goes from 8:00 - 9:30 am on Sunday.
TrexxxFest features four race stages. The stage map is available on the TrexxxFest Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/trexlerfest

Race information

Timing chips may be picked up at the registration tent and must be returned to the registration tent after your final stage.
Riders are responsible for clocking in & out of race stages. Steward at start race
Race starting procedure – We will have 11 classes and will be sending classes to stage 1 in 5 min increments to help space out riders and classes. This will allow us to keep riders in smaller groups and appropriately distanced from each other.
Stage results will be available to riders online, NOT at the registration tent.
Awards - Awards ceremonies (1st, 2nd & 3rd) will be in a large area to enable social distancing. Traditional shale trophies and prizes will be presented. Presentations will be scaled back to a quick trip to the podium, maintaining 6 feet apart for pictures.

Staging information

Open class riders will start at STAGE 3 (Broken Arrow)
e-Bike class riders will start at STAGE 4 (The Return of Brian's) then proceed to STAGE 3.
Sport Class riders will start at stage 3 (Broken Arrow)
Youth 18-20 Men & Women will start at stage 4 (The Return of Brian's)
Beginner Class riders will start at stage 2
Kids 12-14 Boys & Girls (3 Stages-1,2,4) will begin at stage 1
Youth 15 – 17 Boys & Girls (3 Stages-1,2,4) will begin at stage 1

WARNING - Ride at your own RISK and within your abilities. Trail conditions change daily and obstacles, as well as features, may be unavoidable. Adjust your speed accordingly. HELMETS ARE REQUIRED !!!

Food & Beverage

Tables and Chairs will be available, but we suggest bringing your own. No more than 4 people are permitted at each table.
Food and beverages will be available from food trucks. These amenities will not be free as they have been in past years. Bring cash or Credit card. Line distancing will apply. Maintain 6’ or greater distances between you and the next person in line.


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