Fossil 50 and Dino Enduro Info
*THE 50 Challenge: Saturday March 31st @ 8:30 AM – Pre-race meeting/Staging 8:15AM
*THE DINO Enduro: Sunday, April 1 @ 8:30 AM – Pre-race meeting 8:15 AM. Practice NOT until 2PM Saturday
Saturday Night Fun: Night time enduro, high jump, and more!
Fossil 50 Challenge / 25 Challenge: (NEW ROUTE!) New BIG LAP
Each lap will be a mountain bike adventure that combines single track, double track, and 4 miles of scenic country roads. This is a technical and tactical route. Start is at Dinosaur Valley State Park. Starting with a fun start loop up to the overlook and back down to the field. Then 4-5 miles of FM roads, some double track, then into the tough Fossil Outer loop in the clockwise direction. THE 50 will do start loop and 2 laps. THE 25 will do start loop and 1 lap. All miles are approximate and the exact route will have turn-by turn direction and mileage. This is a Rain or Shine event and route may be altered dependent on weather. Cut-off time for lap 1 announced morning of event.
This Super exciting event will test bike handling, nerves, memory and fitness. From twisty fast down hills and all out speed to slow technical parts. A few jumps and a few drops (there will be alternate lines that are xc friendly) 2 LAP FORMAT of 5-7 Stages each lap. All stages count. Sport Ident timing to the hundredths of a seconds with instant print outs.
Where: DINOSAUR VALLEY STATE PARK. Glen Rose, TX
4004 Co Rd 1007 Glen Rose, TX 76043 Will be entering in the back gate off 1007. Access from 205, turn right on 1008 (about a mile after park turn), then right on 1007 at the T intersection. Follow until you see signs. All camping will be primitive, porta cans, and only showers are(in camping loop) will only be accessed by driving around main roads to entrance of park. (or crossing low water crossing by foot during day light hours.)
FOSSIL 50: $75.00 fee (Day of fee $80.00)
DINO ENDURO: $85 fee
Register for both and get a $10 discount and race for the KING or Queen of the Valley!
Dinosaur Valley trail is more rugged than your average Texas trail and will provide challenges both technically and with elevation change. PLEASE be courteous to all trail users and park staff. This is a huge opportunity to show the class of cyclists so please do so. Remember to follow race markings. Any other details and maps provided at www.kodiaktough.com