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    Fall Tilt in Telluride 12 Hour DH Megathon Returns

    $2,000+ Cash Purse
    12 Hours of Blistering Fast Downhill


    Think Angel Fire is tough? You'll get THREE TIMES the number of runs at Fall Tilt in Telluride. Courses average about four minutes per run with a quick five minute gondola ride. Get it?

    Test your mettle...will your mind give out or your ankles?

    Fast, Fun, Furious!

    NO LIFT TICKET FEES. NO ON-SITE REGISTRATION FEES.

    Event Schedule

    Online Registration; closes September 23 at midnight


    Friday, September 24

    12 p.m. - 6 p.m.
    Mandatory Fall Tilt Practice
    On-Site Registration and Packet Pick-Up
    8 p.m.
    Mandatory Fall Tilt Riders Meeting


    Saturday, September 25

    6 a.m. - 7:30 a.m.
    Fall Tilt Packet Pick-Up. NO ON-SITE REGISTRATION RACE DAY.
    7:45 a.m.
    Fall Tilt Race Briefing
    8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
    Fall Tilt in Telluride 12-Hour Endurance Downhill Mountain Bike Race, Mountain Village Bike Park
    8:30 p.m.
    Fall Tilt Awards Ceremony and Raffle
    10 p.m.
    Fall Tilt After-Party

    Course Descriptions:


    No Brainer: This single blue, three-foot wide and one-and-a-half-mile trail runs from the top of the park to the bottom with a 12 percent average grade. Expect smooth, rolling, curvy cruisers. It’s family fun for everyone.

    T-Bone: This double blue, singletrack trail cuts off from the No Brainer Trail and reconnects after one-third of a mile. T-Bone is a good introduction to singletrack turns while weaving through the trees.

    Pan-Coaster: This brand new single black trail runs a half-mile long and features numerous, meticulously crafted berms that flow in and out of the tress adjacent to the World Cup Trail. There are plenty of opportunities for air on Pan-Coaster.

    World Cup: What’s a Mountain Village Bike Park if it doesn’t incorporate a little of the old with a little of the new? As part of the original World Cup downhill race course, this double black, rocky singletrack stretches a quarter-mile long and incorporates log jumps, steep drops, and berms … a potpourri of a downhill rider’s dream.
    Last edited by mtbchik; 09-23-2010 at 02:11 PM.
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