Everything you need to know for the day of:

Full Distance: 2 Laps (44 miles approximately); Half Distance and Juniors: 1 Lap (22 miles approximately)

Notice- this race is limited to a total of 300 racers so register now and get your spot reserved!

Packet pick up also available at 6:30-7:30 am Saturday morning for those unable to make the Friday night packet pick-up

Neutral Feed on course. You can easily place your own nutrition near those feed zone. Drink mix, water and also small fuel food will be available. Riders are responsible for fill their own water bottles.

Start Times: 

9:00 AM: Full Distance

9:45 AM: Half Distance

9:50a: Junior

Thursday, July 27th, 2017:

11:59pm – Online Registration Closes

Friday, July 28th, 2017:

4pm to 7 PM – Late Registration and Packet Pickup at the Brian Head Resort (329 South Hwy 143, Brian Head, UT)

Saturday, July 29th 2017:

NO DAY of Registration

6:30am to 7:30 AM – Packet Pickup

Racer Meeting: 

8:45 AM – Full Distance,

9:30am – Half Distance & Juniors Race

AWARDS & RAFFLE

Join us for our award party at 2:00 pm for all 1 Lap Rider awards and 3:00 pm for all 2 Lap Rider awards.

Award times are based on approximate finish time of last racer in to the finish line. Subject to change

F.A.Q

Q: What is the weather like in July?
A: The average July high in Brian Head is in the Low 70’s with a low in the Low 40’s. Mornings can be very cool but it warms up nicely. It’s not uncommon for a day to reach close to 80 or even stay in the 40’s so be sure to watch the weather.

Q: Will there be a photographer on the course?
A: Yes, we will be providing a photography service. More information will be available as we get closer to the event.

Q: I am interested in the entire series, where can I get more information on the Intermountain Cup?
A: You can get more information directly from the Intermountain Cup website. Be sure to check out all of the races in the series!

Q: I’ve never raced before. Can anyone race?
A: Yes! Mountain bike racing is an extremely social sport and very accepting of beginners. Experience and expensive bikes are not required—Just a mountain bike with knobby tires, a helmet, and you’re in business.