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  1. #1
    Denver Lowlife
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    Feb 2008

    Questions from a Fruita noob

    Hey all,

    I moved to Denver from Atlanta about 3 and a half years ago as a mediocre Expert racer, did La Ruta and then walked away from my bike (mostly). Competed in the Iceman up in Traverse City, MI last fall in the Sport class and had an ok result. Now, I'm ready to get back into it. The racing season starts SO late here, but I've decided to round up a team of half-a$$ed riders like myself for the 18 Hours of Fruita.

    Any veterans of this event have some info for me about what to expect in terms of lap length and technical skill requirements?

    Sorry for the overly long setup to a relatively short question! Thanks.


  2. #2
    skillz to pay billz
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    Jul 2007
    might want to try xposting to the endurance racing forum for this question.

  3. #3
    mtbr member
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    Jun 2006
    Laps are usually a little under 30 minutes and the course is not technical, twisting smooth, fast single track. Last year was a mud disaster. I destroyed my bike. Its a good race though.

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