Red Rock Rampage

Red Rock Rampage

St. George, UT
March 24, 2018

Start the Season with a Bang

The Red Rock Rampage is known for unique and challenging mountain bike trails, breathtaking scenery, and good ol’ dirty fun. Challenge yourself on this fantastic course and enjoy the great spring weather of Southern Utah. This beautiful course consists of a seven-mile loop with 455 feet of elevation gain.

With plenty of different categories—ranging from kids to pros—the Red Rock Rampage offers something for every mountain bike enthusiast.

And, if you really want to enjoy nature, there’s plenty of undeveloped, on-site camping (no services)!


Calton and Dong Overcome Immense Competition to Take the Red Rock Rampage

March 27, 2018

ST. GEORGE, UTAH—After 28 miles and nearly 2,000’ of elevation gain, Zach Calton (Spry – Legacy Properties West Racing) edged out Alex Grant (Cannondale/Gear Rush) by less than one second to win the Elite Men’s division at the Red Rock Rampage X-country MTB race, the inaugural race of the 2018 Intermountain Cup series, held on March 26, 2018 in St. George, Utah.

“On the second climb Alex attacked me hard and I went with him, as soon he let up I attacked him as an effort to get away, [or] at least to get to the front for the descent,” said Calton. “I didn’t get away, but I was in front and I liked my chances in a sprint.”

Justin Lindine (Apex/NBX/Hyperthreads) rounded out the podium in an incredibly competitive Elite Men’s race in which the top five racers finished within three minutes of each other.

The equally competitive women’s elite division featured two top-10 racers from last year’s American National Championship at Snowshoe, W.Va., sixth-place finisher Evelyn Dong (Full Cycle) and Nicole Tittensor (Jan’s Park City/Scott Bikes/Reynolds Cycling). Facing a strong challenge from third-place finisher Meghan Sheridan (Bingham Cyclery/W | Law), Dong created separation on the first lap and held on for a 1:05 win over Tittensor.

“[Dong] is pretty strong and a really good climber,” said Tittensor. “I decided to hop on her wheel on the first set of rolling hills and stay with her. We went into the first wash and she started to pull away from me.”

With a strong showing of over 450 racers, the Red Rock Rampage demonstrated once again how both mountain bike racing and the Intermountain Cup continue to grow in the Intermountain West.

“Over the last two years, the Intermountain Cup has continued to focus on rider experience,” said Joel Rackham, managing partner of Intermountain Cup. “As people continue to focus on their health, we continue to see large increases in our female riders and masters division (35 years old and older).”

One of our areas of focus has been in drawing more girls and women and we continue to see year over year growth. Our masters division (35 and older) continues to see tremendous growth as people focus more on their health.”

Venue: Green Valley Raceway Trail
Address: End of Canyon View Drive, St. George, UT
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Lap Distance
7 Miles

Elevation Gain

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Course Map

Race Info


Advance Registration:

Elite Men and Women - $50
Other Adult - $45
Junior Men and Women - $35
Shredders & Lil Shredders - $10

Race Day Registration:

Elite Men and Women - $60
Other Adult - $55
Junior Men and Women - $45
Shredders & Lil Shredders - $15

Friday, March 23, 2018: Late Registration and Packet Pickup

4:00pm to 7:00pm
Red Rock Bicycle Co.
Corner of 100 S and Bluff St.
St. George, Utah

**The race starts early. If possible, please pick your packet up on Friday.**

Saturday, March 24, 2018

8:00am to 10:00am
Race Start Line, St. George, Utah

You will be able to register and pick up your packet on the morning of the ride. We have a very organized packet pick-up and it does move pretty fast! Look for the big, red tent next to the Start/Finish.

Start Time / Distance

Wave 1

Start Time Category Lap(s) Distance*
8:45 a.m. Lil' Shredders (9 and Under) 1 (small) Mini Course
9:00 a.m. Shredder Boys (10-12) 2 (small) ~3-5 miles
9:01 a.m. Shredder Girls (10-12) 2 (small) ~3-5 miles
9:30 a.m. JV Boys 2 14 miles
9:31 a.m. Fresh/Soph Boys 2 14 miles
9:32 a.m. JH Boys 1 7 miles
9:33 a.m. Varsity Girls 2 14 miles
9:34 a.m. Sport Women 2 14 miles
9:35 a.m. JV Girls 2 14 miles
9:36 a.m. Novice Men 2 14 miles
9:37 a.m. Fresh/Soph Girls 2 14 miles
9:38 a.m. Novice Women 1 7 miles
9:39 a.m. JH Girls 1 7 miles

Wave 2

Start Time Category Lap(s) Distance*
11:15 a.m. Elite Men 4 28 miles
11:16 a.m. Varsity Boys 3 21 miles
11:17 a.m. Expert Men (Open) 3 21 miles
11:18 a.m. Expert Men (40-49) 3 21 miles
11:19 a.m. Elite Women 3 21 miles
11:20 a.m. Expert Men (50-59) 3 21 miles
11:21 a.m. Expert Women 2 14 miles
11:22 a.m. Expert Men (60+) 2 14 miles
11:24 a.m. Sport Men 2 14 miles
11:25 a.m. Sport Men (35-49) 2 14 miles
11:26 a.m. Sport Men (50+) 2 14 miles
*Lap distance subject to change.
**If there are more than 10 racers in each category, categories may be subdivided.

Race Day

Race-Day Schedule

Time Event
8-10 a.m. Morning Wave Check In, Registration, Packet Pickup
9 a.m. Morning Wave Races Start
(See the "start/distance" tab for specific category time)
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Afternoon Wave Check In, Registration, Packet Pickup
12 p.m. Afternoon Wave Races Start
(See the "start/distance" tab for specific category time)

Race Start Location

Green Valley Raceway Trail
End of Canyon View Drive in St. George, Utah

Directions to Start/Finish:

From St. George head South on Bluff Street. Turn right on Black Ridge Drive. Follow this until it T’s with Dixie Drive and then go left. Follow Dixie Drive around the mesa and then go left on Canyon View Drive. Follow Canyon View past the Green Valley Spa to the dirt parking lot at the end of the pavement.



On-site Camping Available

No amenities available on site. Fires not allowed.

Snow Canyon State Park

Amenities include:
  • Tent Camping
  • RV Hookups
  • Restrooms
  • Showers

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St. George has many hotels and other places of accomodation near the race course. For infomration about hotels, condos and/or bed and breakfasts in the St. George area, please contact the St. George Area Tourism Office

Course Tips from Pro Rider Justin Lindine

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