Stan Crane Memorial

Stan Crane Memorial

X-Country Series
Draper, UT
20160530

Stan Crane Memorial

X-Country Series
Draper, UT
May 30, 2016

Ride in Honor of a Great Man

Fast, fun single track that offers every level of racer something to look forward to. This race is dedicated to the life of Stan Crane, an avid mountain bike racer and proponent of the sport we all love. Stan Crane died on February 18th, 2006, but we will never forget the passion he put into this sport.

Course Description

Utilizing the excellent trail system of Corner Canyon, as well as the newly created Draper City mountain bike park, the 2015 Stan Crane memorial course offered up a 7.2 mile lap with approximately 676 feet of climbing. This was a slightly altered course due to the wet weather, but expect something in that range. Starting from the Draper City Mountain bike park and offering up a healthy dose of singletrack, much of which is fast and flowing, this course will keep you on your toes and has the potential to offer up a tactical race. Run in a counter-clockwise direction, trail highlights include Lower Canyon, Draper Alpine Road, Aqueduct Trail, Rattler Trail, Ghost Falls Trail, Gasline Trail, B.S.T, Coyote Hollow, Creekview and Lower Canyon back to the start/finish. The sections in the Draper City bike park offer up spectator friendly viewing complete with A/B line technical options and flow-style trails.

Venue: Porter Rockwell Trail
Address: Draper, UT
Race Results

Course Map

Race Info

Registration Info

Online Registration Deadline: Saturday, May 28th at 11:59 pm
Elite Men and Women - $45
Other Adult - $40
Junior Men and Women - $20
Shredders & Lil Shredders - $10

Race Day Registration: Monday, May 30, 2016 from 7:30am to 9:00am
Elite Men and Women - $55
Other Adult - $50
Junior Men and Women - $30
Shredders & Lil Shredders - $20

Start Times

Start Times
Novice, High School, Junior High & and Shredders

  • 9:00 am: High School Varsity Boys (3 Laps 18.9 mi)
  • 9:01 am: High School Varsity Girls (2 Laps or 12.6 mi)
  • 9:02 am: J.V. High School Boys (2 Laps or 12.6 mi)
  • 9:03 am: J.V. High School Girls (2 laps or 12.6 miles)
  • 9:04 am: Junior High Boys (1 laps or 6.3 mi)
  • 9:05 am: Junior High Girls (1 lap or 6.3 miles)
  • 9:08 am: Novice Men (2 laps or 12.6 miles)
  • 9:09 am: Novice Women (1 laps or 6.3 miles)
  • 9:10 am: Shredder Boys 10-12 (2 short laps or 2 mi)
  • 9:11 am: Shredder Girls 10-12 (2 short laps or 2 mi)
  • 9:12 am: Lil Shredders 9 & under (1 short laps or ~1 mi)

Elite, Expert, Sport & and Clydesdale

  • 11:15 am: Elite Men (4 laps or 25.2 miles)
  • 11:16 am: Expert Men (19-29) (3 Laps or 18.9 miles)
  • 11:17 am: Expert Men (30-39) (3 laps or 18.9 miles)
  • 11:18 am: Elite Women (3 laps or 18.9 miles)
  • 11:19 am: Expert Men (40-49) (3 laps or 18.9 miles)
  • 11:20 am: Expert Women (2 laps or 12.6 miles)
  • 11:21 am: Expert Men 50+ (3 laps or 18.9 miles)
  • 11:22 am: Expert Men 60+ (2 laps or 12.6 miles)
  • 11:23am: Sport Men (19-29) (2 laps or 12.6 miles)
  • 11:24 am: Sport Men (30-39) (2 laps or 12.6 miles)
  • 11:25 am: Sport Men (40-49) (2 laps or 12.6 miles)
  • 11:26 am: Sport Men 50+ (2 laps or 12.6 miles)
  • 11:27 am: Sport Women (2 laps or 12.6 miles)
  • 11:28 am: Clydesdale (220 LBS+) (2 laps or 12.6 mi)

Race-day Info

Packet Pick-up:
Saturday, May 28 from 5:30-7:30 pm
Revolution Bicycles
8801 South 700 East, Sandy, UT 84070
**The race starts early Monday! If possible, please pick your packet up Saturday evening.**

Monday, May 30th, 2016
Packet Pick-Up ONLY

  • 7:30-8:30 am: 1st Wave ONLY (Novice, High School, Junior High and Shredders)

  • 9:00-10:00 am: 2nd Wave ONLY (Elite, Expert, Sport and Clydesdale)

We will have limited race morning packet pick-up. Packet pick-up on race morning will be next to the starting line. The race starts very early, so please arrive with time to spare. Please pick your packet up only during your allotted group time (i.e. Elite vs. High School). Packet pick-up will be available ONLY as indicated above and will close promptly as indicated!!!

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