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Epic Singletrack Race Series starts Saturday at Trestle Bike Park

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Winter Park Competition Center’s 22nd season of the Epic Singletrack Race Series begins this Saturday at Trestle Bike Park at Winter Park Resort. Registration is now open for all races in this summer’s series at

The first race, the Excel Hill Climb, takes off Saturday with over 2,000 feet of vertical climb. Epic Singletrack Series participants can choose from seven categories: pro/semi-pro, expert, sport, novice, Clydesdale, single speed, and open. Staggered start waves keep riders spread out along the course.

This season the series will also include a short course for Junior riders ages 15 and under, available at races held on June 14, July 26, and August 23. For every race registration, $1 will go to support the Headwaters Trail Alliance, which helps maintain and build trails throughout the Fraser Valley.

The 2014 schedule includes:

Race 1, Saturday, June 14: Excel Roofing Hill Climb
Race 2, Saturday, June 28: Superloop
Race 3, Saturday, July 12: Race Rendezvous
Race 4, Saturday, July 26: Colorado Epic XC
Race 5, Saturday, August 9: Epic XC Point to Point
Race 6, Saturday, August 23: Excel Roofing King of the Rockies

For more information or to register, go to or call the Winter Park Competition Center directly at 970-726-1590.



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