A professional mountain bike cross country race is on tap. Starting at the Sea Otter Bridge – UCI C3 racers will climb the “Corkscrew” and then travel the challenging trails and gravel roadways of the Fort Ord National Monument to finish at the Tire Bridge. Race distance is approximately 25 miles. Final course is pending BLM approval.
The professional mountain bike downhill is an individual race against the clock. The race course starts at the top of Laguna Seca Recreation Area – and follows the flowing contours of the hillside to a sprint finish at the bottom.
The 100% professional mountain bike dual slalom hosted by Clif Bar is a heads-up race against each other. The race course starts at the top of Laguna Seca Recreation Area swale – and uses the contour of the hillside to negotiate berms, rollers, and a rhythm section or two. The Saturday 4:00 pm Finals – where thousands will be on-hand to watch – feature the world’s fastest 32 men and 16 women.
The professional mountain bike Enduro is racing that combines descending skills and overall fitness. The Enduro starts at the top of Laguna Seca Recreation Area. Stage 1 uses the downhill course. Stages 2 and 3 feature Fort Ord National Monument trails with untimed transfers between all stages.
Field limit is 600 – no waitlist.
The Bulls eMTB Race ePowered by Bosch – is sanctioned by USA Cycling. The race starts and finishes at the Tire Bridge and the lap distance is approximately 2 miles. Racers will complete 60-80 minutes of racing.
NEW for 2021 – the professional gravel race is a wave start race. The race course starts at the Sea Otter Bridge – you will climb the “Corkscrew” – and then travels the challenging trails and gravel roadways of the Fort Ord National Monument to finish at the Tire Bridge. Race distances approximately 30 miles.
The professional road race starts at the Tire Bridge and finishes off-venue on Barloy Canyon Road. The road race uses Fort Ord National Monument paved roadways – where racers do multiple laps of a 7-mile loop. Race finish features a climb to the summit of Barloy Canyon Road.
The professional circuit race utilizes the world renowned Weathertech Raceway Laguna Seca, featuring an 11-turn, 2.4 mile with 108’ elevation change, closed circuit.