Winter Park Resort’s 2013 Epic Singletrack Series Race Schedule Announced
January 8, 2013
WINTER PARK-Winter Park’s Epic Singletrack Race Series Schedule has been finalized and announced, with registration details and more to come. The early scheduling announcement stems from great attendance in last year’s races in Trestle and the understanding that racers and spectators alike plan their summer race schedules early. The race series is in its 21st year and utilizes more than 600+ miles of mountain bike terrain in the Winter Park and Fraser Valley areas to design unique and challenging race courses.
Race 1: Saturday, June 15 – Excel Roofing Hill Climb
Race 2: Saturday, June 29 – Super Loop
Race 3: Saturday, July 13 – Point to Point
Race 4: Saturday, July 27 – Colorado Epic XC
Race 6: Saturday, August 10 -Race Rendezvous
Race 7: Sunday, August 24 – King of the Rockies
For details about registration, schedules, race courses or volunteering, please contact the Winter Park Competition Center at 970.726.1590, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.epicsingletrack.com.
ABOUT TRESTLE BIKE PARK AND WINTER PARK RESORT
Winter Park Resort is summer’s best escape. Located just 67 miles from Denver, Colorado and surrounded by the Continental Divide. Winter Park Resort’s Trestle Bike Park is the fastest growing bike park in the United States offering more than 40 miles of gravity-fed trails and hundreds of features. Boasting a top-to-bottom green trail called Green World and the new, expert-only trail, Cruel and Unusual, Trestle is a mecca for mountain bikers of all skillset. Winter Park Resort also offers family activities at the base including Colorado’s longest Alpine Slide, events in The Village at Winter Park, plus much more! To book your next vacation, visit http://www.winterparkresort.com or call Winter Park Central Reservations at 800-729-5813.
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