SRAM DINO MOUNTAIN BIKE SERIES

Race 2 - Sunday, June 4, 2017

Nashville – Brown County State Park

 

Registration: Online registration has closed. Register in person between 8 am and your start time.

Difficulty rating: Hills: 4 / Surface: 3 (1=easy, 5=difficult)


Odds of weather related postponement: 10-20%, Current status: RACE is ON

Brown County is Indiana's top mountain bike destination! The trails are very scenic, with plenty of challenge. The 2017 course will include the North Tower and Aynes loops in a clockwise direction.

Within this, Indiana's most popular state park, there are amenities such as swimming pool, campground, nature center, lodge / restaurant, cabins, horse riding, hiking, and much more. The prior day, June 3, DINO hosts the DINO Trail Run Series 15k and 5k footrace on the same trail system.

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NEW for Kids! - This year, we're partnering with Mighty Titan Adventures to bring you an additional awesome adventure just for kids! A 1/2 mile long obstacle course will be offered during and after the mountain bike races. Click HERE to register for the Mighty Titan at Brown County State Park on June 3 or June 4. The Mighty Titan obstacle course will be available from 10 am to 3 pm both days. Price for two runs is just $10, or $15 for as many as they youngsters can handle.

Directions: From Bloomington or Columbus , follow SR 46 toward Nashville. Brown County State Park 's North Entrance is on SR 46 on the east side of Nashville . It is clearly labeled with brown highway signs. The race start/finish/registration is near the swimming pool just inside the North entrance. (If you have an RV, you'll need to use the West entrance, on SR 46 west of Nashville). View Map

Camping: Onsite at the park's large campground. Reservations are recommended - www.camp.IN.gov or 1-866-6campIN. Cabins and Abe Martin Lodge also available: www.indianainns.com or 1-877-lodges1.

Gate fee of $7 per vehicle ($9 out-of-state) will be required as you enter, or you can purchase an annual entrance pass and enjoy any State Park all year long.

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