Don’t let the name fool you – Prairie Go Round is not a carnival ride. This down and dirty time-trial style mountain bike race will take you on a two-lap sprint for the fastest combined time around the Prairie Dog trail. Plain and simple, fastest dog around the prairie wins. Riders will start at approximately 1 minute intervals self-sorting position with the faster riders first.

Timing chips are required for this race. This race has a cap, and participation will be first come, first serve.

Thursday, April 25 – 4:30pm

Race starts and finishes at the Prairie Dog trailhead. View the Prairie Go Round Course Map here. Register for any bike race here.

View the Prairie Go Round results here.

This four lap mountain bike race combines some of the Whitewater Center trail system’s steepest climbs and most gratifying descents. The course is centered around the top of Goat Hill and includes a variety of trails and riding styles.

This race has participant cap and is first come, first serve. Timing chips are not required for this race.

Friday, April 26 – 6:00pm

Race starts and finishes at the top of Goat Hill / Mountain Bike Slalom Course. View the King and Queen of Goat Hill Course Map here. Register for any bike race here.

View the King & Queen of Goat Hill results here.

Three downhill runs are staged in a centralized location for this non-traditional Enduro format race. Two of the runs are rocky and rooty single-track courses that start from the highest elevation point on the property. The third is a slalom style course with a groomed jump-line, tabletops and berms. Each participant will be given a single timed run down each course. The fastest rider across the combined three runs will be crowned the winner.

This race has participant cap and is first come, first serve. Timing chips are not required for this race. In the event of inclement weather or trail closure, this event may be cancelled to maintain the safety of participants. This decision will be made at the discretion of the Race Director at the time of the scheduled event.

Saturday, April 27 – 10:30am

Race starts the top of Goat Hill / Mountain Bike Slalom Course. View the Mountain Bike Enduro Course Map here. Register for any bike race here.

View the MTB Enduro results here.

This circuit-based race for youth, ages 9 & under, will be staged at the Jackrabbit trail. Young riders will have 20 minutes to race their way through as many laps as possible. Racers will be scored according to how many laps they complete. Parental and spectator participation is highly encouraged to support the future generation of shredders.

Saturday, April 27 – 3:15pm

Race starts and finishes at the Jackrabbit Trail. View the Youth Short-Track Course Map here. Register for any bike race here.

View the Youth Short-Track results here.

Riders will have 40 minutes to jockey for position and complete as many laps as possible on this single-track 1.5-2 mile loop. Racers will be given a “one-lap-to-go” warning at the beginning of their final lap, will finish on the leader’s lap, and will be scored according to how many laps they completed.

Timing chips are not required to participate in this race. Timing chips are required for riders who would like to be eligible for awards and scoring.

Saturday, April 27 – 5:00pm

Race starts and finishes at the Ridge Pavilion. View the Short-Track Course Map here. Register for any bike race here.

View the Short-Track MTB results here.

The granddaddy of all short bike races goes down at the USNWC. Participants young and old will use 12” kid’s bikes to race head-to-head in heats of four down and back a short, flat-ish course. Two tournament style races will take place, with the top two finishers of each race moving on until the finals, where one Short-Bike World Champion will be crowned from both the Young Folks (9 & under) and Old Folks (10 & above) divisions. Multiple years of short bike shredding experience is encouraged.

Sunday, April 28 – 4:00pm

This event does not require a Tuck Fest Race/Competition Registration. Meet at Vendor Village. This race has participant cap and is first come, first serve.