Mt. Victory Road Race
Somerset, KY
04/10/2010
USAC Permit Number 2010-237
 
 Event Description
Mt.Victory Road Race enters the Daniel Boone National Forest, on the Cumberland foothills range of the eastern mountainous region. There are two significant climbs on the course.

 Course Description
The race course consists of an 11 mile ride out to an 11 mile loop. The loop is called "The Providence Loop" and will be completed one, two or three times depending on the category. The most difficult climb on the course is on this loop, so it will be done multiple times.
 
04/10/2010
 Start Time   Gender   Discpline   Category   Age   Prizes   Places   Length   Field  Fee 
      1,2,3    1000  5 55  100   $30
      3,4    750  5 44  100   $30
      5,4    500  5 33  100   $30
      citizens    5 25  100   $30
      juniors    5 25  100   $30
      masters 40+    750  5 44  100   $30
      masters 50+    500  5 33  100   $30
      women    1000  5 44  100   $30

 Registration
register onsite or at truesport.com

 Notes
great surfaces, great course, highly scenic... blue grass music and a free meal available for all racers and volunteers.

 Directions
I-75 South from Lexington KY. take exit 62, turn right go about 16 miles to highway 80. Turn left on KY80 go about 3 miles to the race course on the right. From Knoxville Exit I-75 at London, ky for highway 80(exit 41). Travel west about twenty miles and begin looking for race signage. You destination is Shopevile, KY.

 For More Information:
Jonathon Thompson
Stab Vol. Fire Dept.
Somerset, KY
(606) 215-8307 www.mtvictoryroadrace.com
Online registration
 
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