2021 Race Series

Gator Grind

Sunday, March 7th, 2021 @ 9:00 AM

Loyce E. Harpe Park

300 W Carter Rd – Mulberry, FL 33860

We will kick off season two in the central part of the state on the wonderful trails at Loyce E. Harpe Park, otherwise known as Carter Road! The single track at Carter Road is built on the rugged terrain of what was once a phosphate mining site offering a little something for everyone from beginners to advanced riders. Student-athletes will experience a course that starts off on a wide dirt road then flows into single track that meanders around scenic lakes, takes them up and down ridges and then ends with a section of tight, twisty, single track that takes them to the finish.

Hammer the Hammock

Sunday, March 21st, 2021

San Felasco Hammock Preserve State Park

13201 Progress Blvd., – Alachua, FL 32615

Join us in the northern part of the state on the wonderful trails at San Felasco Hammock Preserve State Park for our second event! In partnership with the Friends of San Felasco and the state park, this venue promises to be an instant favorite! This is one of Florida’s truest cross-country trails with continuous gradual up and down grades and a handful of roots to keep you on your toes.

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Dyer Park Course Map

Reach for the Peak

Sunday, April 11th, 2021

Dyer Park

7301 Haverhill Road – West Palm Beach, Florida 33412

For our third series event we are going south to West Palm Beach! It will be here at Dyer Park that racers will get a chance to experience the “Hill”, as well as the twisty single track on the perimeter trail. Riders will experience everything cross country mountain biking has to offer, climbs, descents, double track, and tight single track. Dyer Park will be a trail to remember.

Twisting Through Twister

Saturday AND Sunday May 1-2, 2021

Santos Vortex Trailhead

9150 SE 25th Avenue – Ocala, Florida 34480

For our fourth AND fifth series events we are going to the famous trails of Santos! Student-athletes will start in the grass field in the Vortex area of Santos and head directly towards the single track. Once on Dog Bone, riders will do a loop around Twister and then take the Puppy trail to Twister which is a fast, flowy, and you guessed it, twisty trail. Riders will exit the single track into the Pit then head up a steep double track road to the finish. Although not considered to be a technical trail, keep your eyes open for the few fast turns and rooty sections as well as a few steep drops and inclines to keep you on your toes. This trail will leave students exiting the trails with a huge smile. The SAME course will be used both Saturday and Sunday.