Gates Open Friday 4pm Quiet camping under the stars on the V6 ranch! We'll be staying up late and waking up early again this year to get more people registered. We'll have the college kids separated from families and early birds as usual. ALL non-collegiate racers get a BBQ ticket included with their race!
Cross Country - Saturday Morning 8am - Cross Country - Burly, lung busting, screaming fire-road course mixed in with some sweet singletrack. We're sending people off at 8:00 AM again this year. Distances: Beginner: 9 miles, Sport: 15 miles, Pro/Expert: 24 miles.
Dual Slalom - Saturday Afternoon 12pm Dual Slalom Qualifiers and Head to Head races. This year's DS is the same fierce course as last year keeping riders fighting for the win all the way down the hill.
You can see more pictures of the new slalom course here!
Short Track - Sunday Morning 8am Short Track Cross Country-this year's course will be the same as last year's combining blazingly fast singletrack with some interesting technical sections, brute strength and skill rolled in to one race.
Downhill - Sunday Morning/Afternoon Downhill Practice: Crack-o-Dawn to 10:30am 11 am Downhill - Sweet Glorious Single Track. What else can you say.
Single Run format. Bypass options are given for most obstacles. Expert course different than Sport course. Riders are encouraged to wear protective gear as necessary. All riders must ride within safe limits!
We'll be wrapped up with DH by 3, so that folks with a long drive ahead stay safe.
BBQ provided by Parkfield Café This year's BBQ will take place both Saturday and Sunday by the slalom course so you can sit down and cheer for your racers. $5 for a delicious cheeseburger, chips, and a tasty beverage. Non-Collegiate racers get a free meal with each day they race.
Parking/Camping is $10.00 per a vehicles plus $10 for trailers.
All entrants, WITHOUT EXCEPTION, must sign guest waivers, or will be asked to leave the event.
NO Fires! NO Motorcycles!
Be smart and bring: Plenty of water, toilet paper, food, and camping equipment. Camping is primitive, but campgrounds have basic flush toilets and working showers. For the less adventuresome, lodging is available at the Parkfield Inn: (805) 463-2421. Be sure to call early because they will fill up fast!