Date: Wednesday, June 5th, 2019
Event Type: Mountain Bike
Start Time: 6:00pm, please be prepared for cold and possibly darker conditions at the finish.
Location: Hooks Spur Road, Basalt
Parking Information: Parking is limited at the start area, so plan to park in nearby Willits and ride to the start.
Course Description: New for 2019: All racers start near to Rock Bottom ranch and ride up valley on the road and take a right onto the Glassier Open Space trail. Riders will proceed to the Glassier Bike/Hike Trail (course marshals will open and close the trail gates) and climb to the top, then proceed onto the Buckhorn Traverse. Riders will follow the Buckhorn Traverse until a right turn onto Lower Buckhorn, which they will descend to the Rio Grande bike path. They will ride the Rio Grande for 500 meters until the path meets up with Hooks Spur Road, at which point riders will take a slight left onto Hooks Spur and proceed to the start/finish area.
Start Times and Number of Laps:
Wave 1: 6:00pm – Open Men 2 laps
Wave 2: 6:05 pm – Open Women, Advanced Men 2 laps
Wave 3: 6:10 pm – All Other Categories
Volunteer: To sign up to Marshal for this race or any race this season go to the Marshal Sign-Up
Race Day Sign-In: Everyone must sign-in at each race regardless of membership level. Race day sign-in will take place from 5:00 PM to 5:45 PM at the start of the race (unless specifically noted otherwise). Race numbers are issued for each discipline for the entire season. Bring your number to every race – lest you have to wear the handwritten Number Of Shame! Race day entry fees are free for juniors and full members, $20 for non-members.
Registration: View registration information here
Categories: Click Here for more information about our race categories.
Cancellation policy: PLEASE DO NOT PHONE OR TEXT THE RACE DIRECTOR FOR RACE CANCELLATION INFORMATION. In the event of inclement weather on race day, the Aspen Cycling Club Board of Directors will communicate with the Race Director to determine the Club’s ability to operate a race that is reasonably safe for competitors, and, for mountain bike races, preserves the integrity of local trails. All racers should assume that a final decision will be made at the start line by the race director. However, when possible, the Board of Directors will alert racers of a race cancellation prior to the start by emailing the Club email group, and posting on the website and the ACC Facebook page by 5pm.