Due to poor trail conditions caused by a sever storm about a month ago, we will not be able to have the course ready in time for next weekend’s Mountain Bike State Championship at Caesar Creek.  The storm laid down about 60+ trees along the trails.  A handful of people have been working numerous hours, sometimes daily, trying to clear the trails in time for the August 13th race.  Despite making quite a lot of progress, there is still a lot left to clear, and there just isn’t enough time to get it all done to have a safe race.  The work that has been done is greatly appreciated and we hope that work will continue to be done until the entire trail system in Caesar Creek is open again for recreational riding.  Many thanks go out to those who have been working on these trails.

 

We are entertaining the idea of rescheduling the race.  HOWEVER, we had a difficult enough time finding a date to hold the event to begin with, so looking for an alternate date will be a steep mountain to climb.  There aren’t many weekends left before we get into Cyclocross season, and many MTB-ers also race CX.

 

There is a rumor that Full Service Racing may be looking to do a repeat of either the Harbin Park Race or Hueston Woods Race to fill the vacant spot in the weekend as well as the vacant spot in the CORA Series.

 

We apologize for any inconvenience or heartbreak this may have caused you and hope that you understand the situation we are in.