2011 Warriors Cycling - Front Range 60

Event Highlights:
Race #2. We've added another lap which will test the athletes this year. The course has reversed direction and is running clockwise this year. It promises to determine the true marathoner on this deceivingly challenging circuit. The Battle the Bear race moved to Sunday so that competitors will have a cleaner course and less traffic.

Event Details:
Saturday May 7th. Race start 9:00 am. No license required. Saturday race day registration and check-in available at Bear Creek. Tents can be set up along the course at feed zone at Coyote Crossing. Team vehicles can park in Expo parking up top if you're in by 7:00am. Racer parking down below. Races will start at bottom of road. RME competitors will race six laps, while Junior RME and Half-Marathon competitors race three.

Iron Rider Competition: We are offering a 20% discount for those Iron Riders who want to double up on the races this weekend and truly test their fitness and training. If you've already registered for the Front Range 60, you may enter the code "ironrider" for your registration into Battle the Bear and receive the double dip discount. The BTB runs counter-clockwise highlighting a different racecourse than the FR 60.

Bear Creek Lake Park, 15600 W. Morrison Road: 303.697.6159. Take C-470 to Morrison Rd exit, east to park entrance on south side of Morrison Rd. Proceed east inside park to Coyote Crossing.

Entry Fee:
RME Series $70 before April 1. $85 after April 1.
Half-Marathon $55/70
Entry fee includes a devilishly difficult racecourse, timely results and scoring, goody bag and custom clothing for first 200 registrants, aid stations, medical support, post-race meal, awards and raffles.

Course Description:
Tire Sealant is recommended! Choose where to pass wisely as goat heads are prevalent. The fast 10-mile loop that encircles Bear Creek Lake Park features a taste of speed, with five short punishing climbs and rolling big ring singletrack. Neutral support feed zone at the end of each lap. The Start/Finish and Expo will be at Coyote Crossing. You may encounter other users wandering on course so please be aware and practice good sportsmanship so we can continue this tradition.

Feed Zone:
There will be an aid station every 10 miles when you lap through stocked with Hammer Gels, fruit, cookies, bagels, and coolers of Hammer Heed and water. In addition, there will be bottles ready to grab and go, so you can go light and go long! The course will lap through the finish area where you can set up tents and stage food and equipment.

Men, Women, Singlespeed Open

Age Divisions:
Juniors 15-16, 17-18, Senior 19-29, Veterans 30-39, 40-49, Master 50-59, Classic 60+

Course Distance: Senior RME racers will complete 6 laps. Junior RME and Half-Marathon racers will complete 3.

Online registration link above.

Event Site Registration and Packet Pickup:
Event site registration and packet pick-up will be on Saturday morning May 7th at 7am.

Award ceremony will take place at approximately 3:00pm. Cash prizes will be given to the fastest 5 men and 3 women overall, and custom awards given 3 deep in all categories. Riders or a rider representative must be present at the award ceremony to receive their award.

Camping with tables and fire pits is available on a first come basis for a nominal fee. Contact the Park directly to reserve a spot.The Fastest Men

Bear Creek Lake Park Entrance Fee
There is a $5 per participant venue fee.

For More Information:
Call Hutch at 408-410-7973 http://www.warriorscycling.com/events/front-range-60.php