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2008 Utah State Gravity Series Dates

LaytonDH

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Dec 19, 2003
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2008 Utah State Championship Downhill & Super D Mountain Bike Series Schedule


1. June 1: Bountiful Bomber Downhill
DH
"The B" OHV area: Bountiful, Utah


2. *June ? TBD : Wolf Mountain Mayhem
Downhill/Super D/DS or 4X
Wolf Mountain Resort: Eden, Utah


3. *July 5-6: White Pine
DH, Super D
White Pine Resort: Pinedale, Wyoming

4. *July 19-20: Bald Mountain Challenge
DH, SuperD
Deer Valley Resort: Park City, Utah


5. August 2-3: Pomerelle Pounder
Two Downhills in two days
Pomerelle Resort: Albion, Idaho


6. *August 16-17: Flyin’ Brian
DH, SuperD
Brian Head Resort, Utah


7. *August 31, September 1 (Labor Day) Sundance Showdown
DH, SuperD
Sundance Resort: Sundance, Utah


More info at www.ride-it.net or www.go-ride.com
 

W4S

Turbo Monkey
Mar 2, 2004
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Back in Hell A, b1thces
Just curious, what are the Bountiful DH tracks like? I'm heading to SLC tomorrow for an interview, may be moving there in a month and I'm a little worried about riding potential. any info would be great. sorry for the thread hi-jack, sounds like a great schedule. :busted:
 

LaytonDH

Monkey
Dec 19, 2003
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huh... "Utah State Champs Series" ... w/ 2 races out of the state! lol
looks like a good schedule! will post up on Pinnedmtb.com as well!
would like to try & hit up one of those races if possible!
Pommerelle is 90 minutes from SLC. White Pine is 3-4 hours, so they're both really close. They're both pretty much unknown outside this area, but about as fun as anywhere in the country. The Brian Head race is on the new course, and one of the best places to just go and ride/hang out that I've been to. It's pretty close to So. Cal (about 3 1/2 hours from Vegas).
 

LaytonDH

Monkey
Dec 19, 2003
183
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UT
Just curious, what are the Bountiful DH tracks like? I'm heading to SLC tomorrow for an interview, may be moving there in a month and I'm a little worried about riding potential. any info would be great. sorry for the thread hi-jack, sounds like a great schedule. :busted:
The Bountiful tracks are pretty fun with a good mix of single track, tech, wide open double track. There are 5-6 main trails and a lot of options. There is a trail called Parrish Creek that is about 40 minutes long with 5500-6000 elevation drop. This is where most of the local racers train/ride while the resorts are closed. You'll find 20-40 riders there on some weekends in the spring.

We can usually ride for most of the winter, but all the trails there are under 2-3 feet of snow right now. The SLC area has a lot of places to ride - 7-8 lift served resorts within 1-2 hour drive and 2-3 really good ones within 30-60 minutes. You could live here and ride a new place every day if you wanted.