Race Details:

Presented By: Happy Valley Women's Cycling


Important T-Shirt Info: If you did not register by our original September 12th deadline we can not offer a T-shirt due to ordering deadlines. 

We will take day of registraion on Septemer 26th from 8:30-9:30 *Cash payment only


Is as old as the first appearance of the mountain bike itself. The originators descended with heavily modified beach cruiser bikes. They raced numerous mountains against a rudimentary time measurement. You now have the opportunity to race in Seasons of Rothrock Session III on the most advanced and efficient bicycle the world has ever seen. 


Greenwood Furnace State Park covers 423 acres in the never-ending Rothrock State Forest. Greenwood Furnace includes a six-acre lake, campground, hiking trails, and a historic district. The park provides access to backpacking, hiking, mountain biking, hunting, and fishing. The race start will be staged in this area of rugged beauty, abundant wildlife, breathtaking vistas, and peaceful solitude.


You will find roots and rocks a’plenty, and a grassroots mountain bike culture that’s unique in its own right. You can expect a fun, rocky, and challenging course that keeps you focused doesn't break your wallet, and gets you home in time for dinner. Registration and Awards will be hosted out of pavilion one. Please use the nearby blacksmith shop picnic area for parking. 


Packet pick up 8:00 am-9:30 am the morning of the race.


Race Start 10:00 am, race will start on time

Gentlemen & Ladies Expert: TBD

Gentlemen & Ladies Sport: TBD

Junior Gentelmen & Ladies: TBD

Finish line after the race, enjoy the social aspect of racing, and recount your adventure over a beverage.

Awards 3:00 pm


Our plan for the future is to obtain a race date from DCNR in each season for our Seasons of Rothrock race series. This race is Session III, Greenwood Furnace.


EXPERT Long Course - Session III (31.6 miles 3,792 ft) 

SPORT Short Course - Session III (22.7 miles 2,170 ft)




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