Course Overview-Red Rock Rampage

Pro Tips: Red Rock Rampage

March 25, 2017

Course Tips From Pro-Rider:
Justin Lindine

Course Overview

On March 25th, the Intermountain Cup Racing Series (I-Cup) will make its first stop of the 2017 season in St. George, UT, for the Red Rock Rampage XC Race. Held at the Green Valley trail area, the Red Rock Rampage has become a classic early season XC race that offers a challenging loop taking in some of the iconic terrain that southern UT riding is know for, from steep-walled washes to ledge-strewn fast singletrack. Here, for those of you who might be unfamiliar with it, we’ll break down some of the key aspects of the course along with some tips to have a successful outing at the first series race of the year.

Lap Distance
7 Miles

Elevation Gain
1,000'

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About Justin Lindine

Justin Lindine has been racing at the elite national level for over 12 years now spanning the disciplines of XC mountain biking, Cyclocross and Road. He got his start racing for the Windham Mountain Outfitters junior development team, then moved on to race for Targetraining, BikeReg.com/Cannondale, Joe's Garage, Redline Factory, and most recently Apex/NBX/Trek. Currently Justin races mtb in the spring and summer and cyclocross in the fall and winter. He's had 9 elite UCI cyclocross wins in his career, as well as being a two time winner of the Tran-Sylvania Epic Mtb Stage Race, True Grit 50, Wasatch Back 50, and The I-Cup Thaw Massacre. He's participated in the ABSA Cape Epic mtb stage race, widely recognized as the "Tour de France" of mountain biking, where he finished 9th on one of the stages. He's also won a number of gravel races including The Barry Roubaix and Paris to Ancaster. In addition to his title sponsors for 2017, Justin is excited to work with many awesome partnering sponsors including; Vittoria tires, Hyperthreads clothing, ProGold lubricants and cleaning products, TOGS, and Reynolds wheels. This season he'll be competing in a mix of endurance XC events as well as two mtb stage races and the Intermountain Cup Series.

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