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Four Seasons of Horsetooth (4SOH) Mountain Bike Challenge

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21.1 Miles 33.9 Kilometers


80%

Singletrack

2,780' 847 m

Ascent

-2,777' -846 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

25%

Max Grade (14°)

6,875' 2,096 m

High

5,435' 1,657 m

Low

Shared By Jordan Radin

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All Clear 15 days ago
Dry, Mostly Dry History

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The 4SOH Challenge is a 4 season stage un-event race that takes place each equinox/solstice.

Jordan Radin

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Trails will periodically close for mud and slop. Check the Lory State Park website for trail status. 4SOH event status is updated at the webpage and the Facebook group (facebook.com/groups/5649663…).

Overview

The Four Seasons of Horsetooth (4SOH) Mountain Bike Challenge course follows some of the best trails along the Northern Colorado Front Range. It's a challenging 20+ miles with three, lung-busting climbs and a mix of technical and flowing descents.

The 4SOH Challenge is a four season stage race that takes place on the equinox/solstices. This free grassroots un-event begins each fall and encourages participants to ride the course each season.

The current leaderboard, rules, and additional information can be found at4SOH.org.

Description

The course starts and ends in the Lory State Park Timber parking lot.

See4SOH.org for turn-by-turn directions and other course resources.

History & Background

4SOH began in 2014 and was conceived by the infamous Beet Juice.

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Brett Williams
Fort Collins, CO
Brett Williams   Fort Collins, CO
Love the idea. I often wonder why so many people love riding the road up from Blue Sky and then to South Ridge. You get all the good stuff if you ride Towers instead of South Ridge, go across Westridge at the top to Wathen. Riding on the road is lame. Jun 4, 2018

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