Race #1

FRISCO BAY INVITATIONAL

AUGUST 24-25, 2024  ||  SATURDAY: Yampa  ||  SUNDAY: platte

Event  ||  race Schedule  ||  location  ||  Course  ||  VENUE

SCHEDULE OVERVIEW

SATURDAY: yampa  ||  SUNDAY: platte

FRIDAY

2:00 PM
Team Pit Zone Open / Coaches Pick Up Race Plates
2:00 PM
Pre-Ride Open
5:30 PM
Pre-Ride Closed
6:30 PM
Venue Closed
Boys gets a hug

SATURDAY + SUNDAY

7:00 AM
Pre-Ride Open / Coaches Pick Up Race Plates
7:45 AM
Coach Meeting
8:00 AM
Pre-Ride Closed
8:05 AM
National Anthem
8:15 AM
JV Boys XC Staging
9:40 AM
Varsity Boys/Girls XC Staging
11:20 AM
Soph Boys XC Staging
12:45 PM
JV/Soph Girls XC Staging
2:00 PM
Team Pit Zone Opens for Sunday Teams
2:05 PM
Fresh Boys/Girls ITT Staging
3:45 PM
Pre-Ride Open (Sat)
4:45 PM
Awards
5:30 PM
Pre-Ride Closed (Sat)
6:30 PM
Venue Closed (Both Days)

event info

REGISTRATION

ONLINE REGISTRATION ONLY

Registration closes at 12:00 PM (noon) on the Monday before race weekend.

Student-athletes must be associated with a team:

  • Complete Colorado League Membership: $170
  • Purchase Series Race Pass $260 (Only Available Before Race #1 Registration Deadline, State Championship Not Included) 

OR

  • Purchase Individual Race Entry $75
  • Replacement Race Plate $10 (Issued Rider Plate Used All Season)

Colorado League Membership Fees and Race Series Pass are non-refundable. Individual race entry fees are transferable within the same race season. Team fees may be in addition to the above.

Independent riders and for other registration questions, please contact registration@coloradomtb.org.

 

Important Waiver

Download the 2024 Town of Frisco Waiver, Print, Sign, and Give to your coach.

Registered Rider + Call Up Lists

Registered Rider List will be posted no later than Friday, August 16th @ 5:00pm.

Call Up Lists will be posted no later than Thursday, August 22nd @ 5:00pm.

Youth playing a game at a race

COACH MEETING

A mandatory coach meeting is held at 7:45 AM on Saturday and Sunday.

Each team must have one (1) representative present at the meeting. Information about the race day, risk management, course conditions, and other considerations are discussed.

 

WEEKEND CONTEST

Socks, Socks, Socks…It’s the season opener and what better way to celebrate than by showing off your “Sock Game!” Prospective team winners break out their loudest, craziest, most unique socks to show off on race day.

The most creative team with high participation is recognized during the Awards Ceremony.

 

Team App

The Colorado League partners with Team App to provide up-to-the-minute information. Important race weekend updates are sent via Team App. It is and includes news, race information, race results, schedules, and more. It can be quickly and easily accessed via the app.

Sign up for Team App HERE.

ROCKSHOX NEUTRAL SUPPORT

RockShox Neutral support is available for any student-athlete having mechanical bike issues. Expert mechanics from Wheat Ridge Cyclery are there ready to help get your bike fixed and race-ready.

 

Feed Zone

Honey Stinger gels and water are available for all racers.

Yeti Skills Zone

Test and hone your skills on a maze of features sponsored by Yeti Cycles. Try the course many times throughout the weekend.

The best male and female are recognized during the Awards Ceremony.

volunteer holds a checkered finish flag

Volunteer

The Colorado League runs on the spirit and energy of our community. Each race weekend there are volunteer spots to fill. You can be a part of the race experience and there is no experience needed for any volunteer position. All you need is a willing heart and a smile! Please do not bring your pet to your volunteer shift.

race schedule

pre-ride protocol

We encourage teams to pre-ride prior to the event weekend.

  1. Pre-ride is for registered coaches and athletes only.
  2. All coaches and athletes must have a number plate on their bikes during pre-ride.
  3. Family and friends may pre-ride the course after 5:30 pm on Friday and/or Saturday.
  4. EMS will not be available after 5:30 pm on Friday and Saturday.
  5. E-Bikes are permitted.
  6. If you are not a registered coach or rider with a number plate, we encourage you to explore other trails in the area. MTB Project Frisco.

pre-ride schedule

Friday, Aug 23
2:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Saturday, Aug 24
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM / 3:45 PM - 5:30 PM
Sunday, Aug 25
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM

Wave 1 – JV Boys – Staging 8:15 AM

Race Plate
Start Time
Cut-off Time
Laps
Mileage
Wave A (2001-2999)
8:30 AM
9:35 AM
2
11.8
Wave B (2001-2999)
8:35 AM
9:35 AM
2
11.8

Wave 2 – Varsity Boys/Girls – Staging 9:40 AM

Race Plate
Start Time
Cut-off Time
Laps
Mileage
Boys (0001-0999)
9:50 AM
11:15 AM
3
17.7
Girls (1001-1999)
9:55 AM
11:15 AM
3
17.7

Wave 3 – Sophomore Boys – Staging 11:20 AM

Race Plate
Start Time
Cut-off Time
Laps
Mileage
Wave A (4001-4999)
11:35 AM
12:40 PM
2
11.8
Wave B (4001-4999)
11:40 AM
12:40 PM
2
11.8

Wave 4 – JV Girls – Staging 12:45 PM

Race Plate
Start Time
Cut-off Time
Laps
Mileage
JV (3001-3999)
12:55 PM
2:00 PM
2
11.8
Sophomore (5001-5999)
1:00 PM
2:00 PM
2
11.8

Wave 5 – Freshman Boys/Girls – Staging 2:05 PM – ITT

Race Plate
Start Time
Cut-off Time
Laps
Mileage
Boys (6001-6999)
2:15 PM
1 hour after, last rider starts
2
11.8
Girls (7001-7999)
Refer to call-up list
1 hour after, last rider starts
2
11.8

location

Frisco Adventure Park

616 Recreation Way

Frisco, CO 80443

All Frisco Peninsula Recreation Area facilities will be open to the general public, including the Bike Park, Skate Park, Disc Golf Course, Lake Dillon, and the Peak One / Pine Cove Campgrounds. These facilities are not part of the Colorado League’s cross-country mountain bike event and the Colorado League is not responsible for any activities, incidents, injuries, and/or damages associated with these facilities.

Please check COtrip for the most up-to-date road conditions.

COURSE INFO

DESCRIPTION

The Frisco Bay Invitational course includes a mix of singletrack, doubletrack, and dirt roads at the Frisco Peninsula Recreation Area. The course is a 5.9 mile loop with 552 feet of climbing per lap. Running counterclockwise, the course starts and finishes at the Frisco Nordic Center. Trails include Balfonz Blitz, Jody’s Loop, Treasure Vault, Crown Point Rd., Olympian’s Link, Queen of the West, and Phat Loop. These trails include rolling singletrack peppered with short rocky climbs and descents.

venue info

Team Pit Zone Guidelines

Team Div
# trailers
# Athletes
Size
1
2
50 +
700 sq. ft.
1
2
30 - 49
600 sq. ft.
2
2
13 - 20
400 sq. ft.
3
1
12 or less
300 sq. ft.
  1. Team Pit Zone opens at 2:00 PM each day.
  2. No RVs or generators are allowed in a team’s pit zone.
  3. Do not move team signs or adjust the amount of space allotted by the Pit Zone Manager.
  4. If grills are onsite and in a team’s pit zone, then a fire extinguisher with current tags must be present.
  5. Canopy Weight Guidelines. Be prepared prior to arriving at the venue.
  6. Summit County Fire & EMS will inspect the venue, event tents, and team tents throughout the weekend.

Parking + Summit Stage + Drop-Off Location

Parking is extremely limited at the race venue. Please arrive early if you want to park close. Parking is first come first served. There are designated handicap spots close to the start/finish area.

Off-site parking is available at the Summit County Medical Office Building, DMV, and Library. All locations have walk/bike paths to and from the venue.

Parking is NOT allowed in these lots on Friday, August 23th.

Off-site parking is also available at Summit Middle School. There is a 1.8 mile walk/bike path to the race venue from Summit Middle School, which should take about 10 minutes by bike. The Summit Stage is a free shuttle service available to those who park at Summit Middle School. 

Parking is NOT allowed at Summit Middle School on Friday, August 23th.

Please refrain from parking in front of any businesses or residences. You will be towed. Please obey signs and directions from parking staff and volunteers.

People and equipment may be dropped off at the race venue prior to parking your vehicle.

Vendor Expo

Coming Soon

    Food Service

    Shreddies Food will provide a variety of breakfast and lunch items on Saturday and Sunday from 7:30am – 3:00pm.

    Lodging

    Ramada by Wyndham Frisco

    Standard Double Occupancy – 1 Queen Bed $124.00 + Tax | 2 Queen beds $129.00 + Tax. Colorado League rates include continental breakfast. The Ramada by Wyndham Frisco offers a bike maintenance area as well as a bike wash station with wash supplies. Limited availability! Call (970) 668-8783 today and use the code CHSPARTICIPANT24.

    SummitCove Vacation Lodging

    Colorado League teams and families receive a 10% discount off lodging through Summit Cove Property Management, offering around 400 vacation rental properties in Keystone to choose from, ranging from budget friendly studios up to 6-bedroom private homes and everything in between. Use our custom landing page for Colorado High School Cycling League. The promo code is valid for 8/21-8/28/24.  

    Direct Link: Colorado High School Cycling League’s Lodging Link * Put this code, G.COHSCycling in the “promo code” field on step 3 and click “redeem” and it will show a discounted rate. 

    Or Call 970-368-7023 using our Custom discount Code G.COHSCycling 

    Other Frisco Lodging Options

     

    Camping

    Camping is not allowed at the Frisco Adventure Park.

    Peak One – Reservations Required, Campground Charges $7 for Extra Car Vehicle Pass Upon Arrival

    Heaton Bay – Reservations Required

    Pine Cove – First Come, First Served

    Other Frisco Area Camping Options