Course Overview: Powder Mountain

Pro Tips: Powder Mountain

August 26, 2017

Course Tips From Pro-Rider:
Justin Lindine

Course Overview

If you’ve been doing the whole I-Cup Series this year, you know we’ve been able to host races at some amazing venues in 2017, from St. George to North Fork Park, the series has seen challenging and fun courses across the state. For the final round of the series though, we might have just saved the best for last with the first ever I-Cup round at Powder mountain. This race is sure to offer up a thrilling finale to the 2017 series, and help to crown worthy champions of the series overall titles. The trail network at Powder Mountain offers up some amazing riding with the most 360 degree panoramic views to be found anywhere on the bike, and since the race basically starts almost atop the mountain at 8200ft with a max elevation of apx. 8900ft, the course is rolling and fast throughout. The I-Cup course is going to take you on an all-encompassing 15-mile lap of this trail network as you circumvent the top ridgeline of the ski area. The full-distance lap (there will be a short course for JH Boys, JV Girls, JH Girls and Novice Men’s and Women’s categories) will feature apx. 2000ft. of climbing starting from the Timberline Lodge where parking and the start/finish will be located.

Lap Distance
2.1 / 17 Miles

Elevation Gain
500 / 1,800'

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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,, 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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