Frequently Asked Questions

XCO


Course Length: 3.1 miles (5 kilometers) in a figure 8. ** Race direction is counter-clockwise on the main lap and clockwise through the Local Glory and Start/Finish area. Elevation Gain: 1,367' (416m) Feed / Technical Assistance Zones: There are 2. The first is close to the Start / Finish, and the second is approximately 100 feet (30 metres) before the final descent, on an uphill section of fire road. Course Description: A purpose built XCO course was constructed in 2011 with guidance from World Cup caliber athletes and UCI guidelines. The event immediately rose to the pinnacle of UCI sanctioned racing on American soil. As in previous years, the 5k (3.1 mi) course features more than 1,000 feet of climbing per lap. The course carves a serpentine figure 8 through the hills of western Montana, and the density of trail provides an excellent spectator experience. The course features frequent grade reversals and changes of pace to challenge even the most advanced riders. The climb features steep singletrack and punishing forest roads. The descent is a ribbon of singletrack that quickly descends through roots, drops, and berms. The A-Line gap jump provides a rare passing opportunity on the descent, and the 5 foot step down should only be attempted by riders with experience jumping their bike.




XCC


Course Length: 0.5 miles (0.8 kilometers) Race direction is clockwise through the Local Glory and Start/Finish area. Elevation Gain: 59' (17m) Feed / Technical Assistance Zones: No feed or technical assistance is available in the course of the Short Track Cross Country race.




Junior Races


We're working with local coaches, parents, and development programs to design age-appropriate courses for kiddos as young as 3. Stay tuned for descriptions and maps!





Questions fréquentes

What is the difference between Screen Printing, Offset Printing & Digital Printing ?


Printing on paper initially started with Gutenberg Press. As the technology upgraded the printing technologies are also diversified in many groups. The main printing technologies we are using in our day to day life is Screen, Digital & Offset. The Key Differences in these are Screen Printing is meant for Static Short quantity. Like you just have to print only 100 or say 200 Titles fo a preprinted book with your name than only screen printing will help at that time. Where as offser pritning and digital printing can't help in this case as offset pritning & digital printing is sheet fed based technology hence only sheets with a specified dimenstions and types can only be printing. Let us discuss an another scenario here As we stated above screen printing only helps in static short runs. Here static short runs refers to a static content of printing among all our product like letterheads, books. But here comes a twish with Digital printing here.. Digital Printing is also meant for short runs but it is the only way to print variable data among all our products at once. Although we cannot print preprinted book title with it as stated in example above but we can print Labels with variable data and Paste them book. and offset printing ? Offset Printing is the cheapest and the fastest technology ever found in printing industry. Offset printing is meant for High Bulk Static Data Printing on a variety of Paper Media.




Can I insert pictures in my FAQ?


Yes! To add a picture follow these simple steps:

  1. Enter App Settings
  2. Click the "Manage Questions" button
  3. Click on the question you would like to attach a picture to
  4. When editing your answer, click on the picture icon and then add an image from your library




Can I insert a video in my FAQ?


Yes! Users can add video from YouTube or Vimeo with ease:

  1. Enter App Settings
  2. Click the "Manage Questions" button
  3. Click on the question you would like to attach a video to
  4. When editing your answer, click on the video icon and then paste the YouTube or Vimeo video URL
  5. That's it! A thumbnail of your video will appear in answer text box




How do I edit or remove the "FAQ title"?


The FAQ title can be adjusted in the settings tab of the App Settings. You can also remove the title by unchecking its checkbox in the settings tab.





Preguntas Frecuentes

XCO


Course Length: 3.1 miles (5 kilometers) in a figure 8. ** Race direction is counter-clockwise on the main lap and clockwise through the Local Glory and Start/Finish area. Elevation Gain: 1,367' (416m) Feed / Technical Assistance Zones: There are 2. The first is close to the Start / Finish, and the second is approximately 100 feet (30 metres) before the final descent, on an uphill section of fire road. Course Description: A purpose built XCO course was constructed in 2011 with guidance from World Cup caliber athletes and UCI guidelines. The event immediately rose to the pinnacle of UCI sanctioned racing on American soil. As in previous years, the 5k (3.1 mi) course features more than 1,000 feet of climbing per lap. The course carves a serpentine figure 8 through the hills of western Montana, and the density of trail provides an excellent spectator experience. The course features frequent grade reversals and changes of pace to challenge even the most advanced riders. The climb features steep singletrack and punishing forest roads. The descent is a ribbon of singletrack that quickly descends through roots, drops, and berms. The A-Line gap jump provides a rare passing opportunity on the descent, and the 5 foot step down should only be attempted by riders with experience jumping their bike.




XCC


Course Length: 0.5 miles (0.8 kilometers) Race direction is clockwise through the Local Glory and Start/Finish area. Elevation Gain: 59' (17m) Feed / Technical Assistance Zones: No feed or technical assistance is available in the course of the Short Track Cross Country race.




Junior Races


We're working with local coaches, parents, and development programs to design age-appropriate courses for kiddos as young as 3. Stay tuned for descriptions and maps!





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