|July 17, 2010|
|Breckenridge, CO, USA [large map] 39.4817, -106.038|
This race features the second and third loops of its big brother, the Breckenridge 100. The course will delight competitors with a unique combination of mountainous terrain gaining approximately 9,000 feet. Two distinct clover-leaf style loops reward solo and team competitors alike. Our course architect has linked together an interconnecting network of high alpine singletrack, backcountry trails, dirt roads and double track. For both Solo competitors and Two Person Teams, this incredible course will rekindle your pioneering spirit and remind you of what backcountry mountain biking is all about. With Solo and Team categories, this is a perfect opportunity for you to race miles of pristine high alpine terrain. You’ll cross the Continental Divide, climb 12,000 foot passes and forge high mountain streams while all the time returning to the support and encouragement of our staff, friends and teammates who are waiting for you at Carter Park in historic downtown Breckenridge
Featuring an inspiring, sprawling course nestled between 3 ski resorts, participants will face a unique challenge of strength and fortitude. The distinct clover-leaf loops offer team competitors the opportunity to strategize their efforts and pick which loop each participant will tackle. Our goal is to provide you a unique and rewarding experience in cross-country competition. Our renowned course architect has linked together an amazing, interconnecting network of backcountry trails, dirt roads, double track and bike paths that will take you far beyond the typical boundaries of endurance racing. From start to finish, you will be both pampered and pushed to your limit at the same time. You’ll cross the Continental Divide three times, climb 12,000 foot passes and forge high mountain streams while all the time returning to the support and encouragement of our staff, friends and teammates who are waiting for you at Carter Park in historic downtown Breckenridge.
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