Our race course is specially prepared technical 8-24 mile course for all riders from beginner to expert. Every racer will receive a free T-shirt. One lap consists of 8 miles and 604 feet of climbing for Beginners to 3 laps at 24 miles and 1812 feet of climbing for Expert/Pro. TINKER Juarez will be in Kingman racing our event. Tinker is 60 year old cycling legend who continues to compete in both mountain and gravel bike races at an elite professional level. The course will Start/Finish at Coyote Pass in the Cerbat Foothills Recreational Area-BLM. It will head out to the Foothill Rim-Eagle scout which will be the most techy part of trail with chunk Lava Rock and the continue in CW fashion on Monolith Gardens before you climb back up to Jonimal Junctions if your continuing for laps 2 and 3.
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