The thing about the Huntington Unit is, it’s awesome. Now, imagine a time trial through it. A couple climbs, a couple descents, zig, zag, zoom!
All on Cuyuna’s red dirt terrain. If you like speed, if you like a challenge, you’re going to love the 2012 Cuyuna Lakes Mountain Bike Festival’s Huntington Unit Time Trial.
Not only is this a time trial, but it’s also an opportunity to ride a great variety of what makes the Cuyuna Lakes Mountain Bike Trails so well renowned. Needless to say, if you had time to look, you’d love the scenery. But we’ll assume you’ll be focused on the trail!
Huntington Time Trial Categories:
Men’s and Women’s
Beginner, Intermediate, Expert
18 - 28
29 - 40
41 - 55
Please note the following trails listed below will be closed during the Time Trial.
Estimated time between 8:30am - 10:30am depending on the final number of time trial riders/racers.
1) Easy Street after the turn to Hopper Hill
3) Sand Hog
4) Little Sidewinder
6) Mucker Mountain
7) Grub Stake
Interested in racing or riding the Huntington Time Trial?
That’s right folks, event swag is showing up by the truck load as we speak. The 2012 event socks are without doubt a badge of honor that you’ll want to showcase on your ankles for the remainder of the 2012 ride season. (Please remember to take them off once in a while though, for a quick trip to the laundry.)
We’ve purposefully designed these socks to be Cuyuna savvy. Meaning, Cuyuna is famous for it’s red dirt tattoo. With these socks, you’ll be able to ride all Festival weekend long and they’ll still look brand spankin’ new.
The sweet Festival logo is proudly displayed on each ankle, allowing you to brag to your homies that didn’t come about the sweet “all-you-can-eat” flow trail you devoured while they sat at home and watched paint dry.
These socks will be ready for your $12.00 purchase when you come to the event.
Click here to register for the Kryptonite Hill Climb, the Huntington Time Trial, the Poker Ride, the Kids Race, the Night Ride! ( Did we mention there is a night ride for beginners this year? That’s right, no excuses this year and the Cuyuna Lakes Yeti is hibernating, we think … ? )
See you on Saturday, June 9th in Mountain Bike Town Minnesota, the Cuyuna Lakes.