Homestake XC Mountain Bike Race
Butte, MT
USAC Permit Number 2012-2196
 Event Description
Homestake Lodge sits atop the Continental Divide 3 miles off interstate 90 just east of Butte, MT. The race is held on USFS land that backs Homestake Lodge's cross country ski trails. The race is part of the MORS state championship series.

 Course Description
The course is an 8 mile loop of rolling terrain with a mix of single track and double track/road.
 Start Time   Gender   Discpline   Category   Age   Prizes   Places   Length   Field  Fee  Onsite Fee 
11:00 am  Mens  Cross Country  Pro/Cat1    Merchandise  3 24     $25 $30
11:00 am  Womens  Cross Country  Pro/Cat1    Merchandise  3 24     $25 $30
11:05 am  Mens  Cross Country  Cat 2    Merchandise  3 16     $25 $30
11:05 am  Womens  Cross Country  Cat 2    Merchandise  3 16     $25 $30
11:10 am  Mens  Cross Country  Cat 3    Merchandise  3    $25 $30
11:10 am  Womens  Cross Country  Cat 3    Merchandise  3    $25 $30

Registration is from 9:30 am to 10:30 am. The race will start at 11:00 am following a short kids race (parents may run/ride with their kids if needed)

Promoter reserves the right to combine classes. One Day licences available $5. All Pro/Cat1 (Expert) racers must show proof of annual license. Juniors (M/F) will start with Category 3 racers. Junior race fee $0.00 Prizes must be collected at Awards Ceremony (no prizes will be mailed) Awards Ceremony will follow race and completion of results by official. Official - John Coulthard

Take the Homestake Exit atop Homestake Pass on I-90. On the south side of the interstate, head up the gravel road (FS road 240) approximately 3 miles to Homestake Lodge. The road is in good condition and easily passable by 2 wheel drive vehicles.

 For More Information:
Warren Smith
Hometake Lodge
Butte, MT
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