EVENTS

2020 SINGLETRACK SOLIDARITY CHALLENGES AND CONTESTS

SENSATIONAL SHORT COURSE #1

August 31 – September 6

MEMBER REGISTRATION DEADLINE MONDAY, AUGUST 31st 8:00 AM

CHALLENGE INFO || RESULTS  || VIDEO AWARDS

CONTEST DETAILS AUGUST 10 – OCTOBER 17

MASSIVE MILEAGE CHALLENGE #2

September 14 – 20

MEMBER REGISTRATION DEADLINE MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14th 8:00 AM

CHALLENGE INFO || RESULTS || VIDEO AWARDS

CONTEST DETAILS AUGUST 10 – OCTOBER 17

MOUNTAIN GOAT MADNESS CHALLENGE #3

September 28 – October 4

MEMBER REGISTRATION DEADLINE MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th 8:00 AM

CHALLENGE INFO || RESULTS  || VIDEO AWARDS

CONTEST DETAILS AUGUST 10 – OCTOBER 17

SENSATIONAL SHORT COURSE 2.0 CHALLENGE #4

October 12 – 18 

MEMBER REGISTRATION DEADLINE MONDAY, OCTOBER 12th 8:00 AM

CHALLENGE INFO || RESULTS || VIDEO AWARDS

CONTEST DETAILS AUGUST 10 – OCTOBER 17

LOCAL HILL TIME TRIALS CHALLENGE #5

September 28 – October 18

MEMBER REGISTRATION DEADLINE MONDAY, OCTOBER 5th 8:00 AM

CHALLENGE INFO || RESULTS

CONTEST DETAILS AUGUST 10 – OCTOBER 17

PLEASE NOTE

Season Challenge participation requires a membership fee of $75. Registration is available ONLINE ONLY through the Pit Zone. Once a rider is a registered member they can participate in any of the season challenges or contests. No need to register before every challenge. Only need to register before Monday 8:00 AM  of a challenge event week. Please email cherim@coloradomtb.org with questions.

Rider Fees:

2020 Rider Membership Fee $75.

Rider membership and race entry fees are non-refundable, but race entry fees are transferable within the current season

COLORADO LEAGUE REFUND POLICY & WEATHER GUIDELINES

REFUND POLICY

Rider membership and race entry fees are NOT refundable. Race entry fees are transferable within the current year series ONLY. Race registration is ONLY available online, through the Pit Zone registration system.

Registration deadline is Monday at 8:00 AM the week of the race. No onsite registration. Please email cherim@coloradomtb.org to request a race entry transfer.

The League will not refund pre-registration fees due to inclement weather.
The League does not allow registration transfers to subsequent or re-scheduled races due to inclement weather.

Below are the guidelines for how the League will conduct races and events if weather or other situations arise that interfere with risk management policies.

Our primary considerations are the safety of riders, support staff and spectators, and potential damage to the venue and trails. Any decisions regarding canceling, postponing or altering race start times, lap lengths, number of laps, etc. will be made jointly by the league director, chief referee and the land manager. Often this decision cannot be made until the morning of the race due to the unpredictable and rapidly changing nature of severe weather.

TheLeague will make every attempt to notify the racing population as soon as possible via website updates and social media.

WEATHER GUIDELINES

  • Races are held on their scheduled dates unless the race course on the day of the race is deemed unrideable and dangerous.
  • The League will have the option to alter the start of a race from its published times if the weather has created dangerous conditions.
  • Communication of delays, changes in start time, courses, etc. will be made by the League as follows:
    • On the league website prior to the race day, if possible;
    • Via social media;
    • Over the public address system on the race day.
  • Courses and/or lap lengths may be altered or shortened due to weather conditions. Last minute changes will be broadcast to riders at the start of each wave via the race announcer. If conditions require a change in the number of laps during a race, a person will be stationed at the lap line advising riders of the change.
  • All racing will stop immediately in the presence of dangerous circumstances, as signified by the chief referee, race director and/or EMS staff. Racing may continue once the league director, chief referee and the head timer have conferred.
  • Re-starting a race that has been stopped:
  • Depends on schedule and number of laps completed, the race may be declared over;
    • If a race is stopped due to hazardous conditions, standard scoring is to count only the laps completed, and to score riders who had to evacuate as pulled.
  • If time permits, racers will be able to resume laps beginning from the lap line.

QUESTIONS

Contact League Director Kate Rau.