Course Overview: Solitude

Pro Tips: Allaire Solitude Cup

July 29, 2017

Course Tips From Pro-Rider:
Nicole Tittensor

Course Overview

Featuring a 5.2-mile lap with approximately 800' of climbing per lap as well as a separate short start loop that leaves from the parking lot of the Moonbeam Lodge. After this .6mile start loop to spread things out, the proper mountain biking begins with a rolling traverse and climb up the Queen Bess trail to Raptor road where things widen up again and climb to the courses high point before turning and heading into a grin-inducing descent of almost all singletrack first on Kruzer and then on Serenity, one of the best descents around. The loamy dirt and rooty sections will keep you focused and having a blast before returning to the finish where you will either cross the line, or head left for another lap.

Lap Distance
5.2 Miles

Elevation Gain
800'

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About Nicole Tittensor

Nicole Tittensor is in her fourth season as an elite female racer. She currently races internationally ranked races located in the United States, and is focused on climbing the ranks in the national championship race. She did her first race in April 2011 at an Intermountain Cup and has been absolutely in love with it ever since. She was able to obtain her pro card after winning the women's 19-29 marathon national champion title in 2014 at Sun Valley, Idaho. Nicole earned her first elite win at Deer Valley Intermountain Cup in 2015, and managed to fight her way into a 9th place finish at XC national championships in 2016. Her season this year has led to two podium finishes in the Pro XCT UCI series, and she finished with a top 10-finish at the XC national championships in July of 2017. Nicole is proudly sponsored by: Jans Park City, Scott Bikes, Reynolds Cycling, ESI grips, Carborocket, Hyperthreads, and Plunkett-Kuhr Designs. She is coached/mentored by her husband Zeppelin Tittensor. They travel to all her races together as privateers, and he also coincides as her mechanic and training partner.

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