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Frisco Junior Funduro Presented by The Steadman Clinic

Funduro Event Info

Frisco is excited to announce a brand new mountain bike (MTB) race hosted on the Frisco Peninsula Recreation Area trails on Saturday, June 8, 2024 for bikers aged 8-18- The Frisco Junior Funduro Presented by The Steadman Clinic and Steadman Philippon Research Institute.

After months of deliberation about what to add to Frisco’s athletic event schedule, we decided that what this community needs is an enduro mountain bike race, specifically for kiddos and teenagers. Let’s face it, kids these days are surpassing even their parents with their biking skills. Long gone are the days of kids repping rigid bikes with components designed for leisure strolls to the gas station to grab slurpees and taquitos.

Kids these days are pushing their limits farther and farther in the world of MTB and we are pumped to be a part of that progression.

What is the Frisco Junior Funduro?

Cue the Frisco Funduro, a MTB race targeting kids and teens ages 8-18 years old encompassing a dual slalom race and a three stage enduro featuring some of the gnarliest downhill trails that Summit County has to offer (yes, we’re talking Aftermath and Skypilot).

We invite you to be a part of this groundbreaking event and are beyond stoked to see you in June 2024 for our inaugural Frisco Junior Funduro presented by The Steadman Clinic and Steadman Philippon Research Institute!

When

Saturday, June 08, 2024
8:00am

Where

Frisco Adventure Park
621 Recreation Way
Frisco, CO

Registration

  • Registration fees for the race are all encompassing and will include the dual slalom race as well as the three stage enduro race. Camping is not be included in this fee.
  • The registration fee is $85 per rider. There is not an option to purchase à la carte from the race offerings. Registration is available for all races only.
  • Summit County locals can take advantage of our locals rate of $50 with coupon code “FUNDURO50”. Enter the code at checkout to receive the discount!

Camping Anyone?

Families are invited to a weekend of camping and bike racing at our acclaimed Frisco Adventure Park bike trails and bike park. What’s better than watching your little shredders stepping up their game against other competitors in a first of its kind Summit County event, all while being able to enjoy everything else Frisco has to offer like disc golfing, boating at the Frisco Bay Marina, hikes to the top of Peak One, local concerts, and award winning breweries and restaurants. Maybe a weekend where the parents get to take a load off while the kids have fun.

Schedule of Events

This four-stage enduro includes three downhill stages and one dual slalom stage. All stages will take place on Saturday, June 8, 2024 at the Frisco Peninsula Recreation Area trails. The morning will kick off with dual slalom qualifier runs on the bike park dual slalom course, followed by three enduro stages on the Frisco Peninsula Recreation Area Trails. The day wraps up with the dual slalom finals in the afternoon/evening.

  • 8:00am-8:45am – Dual Slalom practice runs
  • 8:50am – Rider meeting
  • 9:00am-10:15am – Dual Slalom qualifying – one run on each course, result based on combined time
  • 10:30am-11:45am – Enduro stage 1 – Riders finish stage 1 and proceed to stage 2
  • 10:45am-12:00pm – Enduro stage 2
  • 12:00pm-1:00pm – Lunch break
  • 1:00pm-2:15pm – Enduro stage 3
  • 1:30pm-3:00pm – Dual Slalom open for practice runs
  • 3:00pm-6:00pm – Dual Slalom Finals – Might finish earlier based on how many we take to the finals

*Schedule subject to change.

Bike Trails and Map

  • The dual slalom race takes place at the Frisco Bike Park
  • The three stage enduro will take place on the Peninsula Bike Trails and will include; Eureka Patch, Queen of the West, Aftermath (8-10 year old age categories will only race on the upper portion), Skypilot, Pretty Slick, and Mammoth.
  • A web based map is available by clicking on the button below. A more detailed race map with distances and elevations will be posted soon. Please check back.

Trail and Bike Park Closures

On Saturday, June 9, 2024, there will be the following closures to accommodate the Frisco Funduro:

  • The dual slalom course will be closed for the duration of Saturday, June 8.
  • All of the trails being utilized in the three stage enduro will be closed for the entire day on Saturday, June 8; the trails include Skypilot, Aftermath, Eureka Patch, and a portion of Queen of the West.

Age Groups

Age Categories

  • 8–10 years old
  • 11–12 years old
  • 13–15 years old
  • 16–18 years old

    *Please note that the age category your child is placed in should reflect what age they are on the day of the event.

Course Details

  • The Frisco Junior Funduro courses are only appropriate for kids with advanced mountain bike skills throughout all categories.
  • If your child loves the jump park, berms, drop ins, and going down hill fast this is their new favorite race. This is not an appropriate first race/introduction to cross country mountain bike racing. This is a technical enduro with downhill features.
  • Parents are not allowed to accompany/be on course with their child under any circumstances. If any parents are found on the course, their child will be disqualified from the race.
  • Kids and parents are highly encouraged to pre-ride these courses the month or days prior to the event.
  • Chest protectors along with appropriate protective gear is highly encouraged for all stages.
  • The gap feature on Upper Aftermath will be closed for all categories.
  • It is important to note there are uphill segments on parts of the courses. A cross country/trail bike (not a full downhill bike) is the most appropriate bike for this event.
  • Participants must use the same bike for all segments.

Scoring

  • This is a stage race format and each stage will be awarded on points, not time. Participants are not required to complete every stage in order to participate in the event.
  • This is a chip timed event. Participants use the same number plate for all stages.
  • The top 15 racers in each stage receive points as follows:
  • 1st – 25 points
  • 2nd – 20 points
  • 3rd – 15 points
  • 4th – 13 points
  • 5th – 11 points
  • 6th – 10 points
  • 7th – 9 points
  • 8th – 8 points
  • 9th – 7 points
  • 10th – 6 points
  • 11th – 5 points
  • 12th – 4 points
  • 13th – 3 points
  • 14th – 2 points
  • 15th – 1 point

Camping

  • There is limited camping available for small campers, vans, and trucks with cab over campers at the Frisco Peninsula Recreation Area on Friday, June 7, 2024 and Saturday June 8, 2024.
  • Please note: we will only have room for vans/trucks with cab over campers up to 23 feet in length and camper trailers up to 19 feet in length (including the trailer tongue). There is also a designated area for tent camping for both nights as well. We will have one parking spot assigned to each tent camping reservation. If you need to park more than one car we will have some overflow parking near the camping area. Tent camping will be located on the multi purpose field adjacent to the baseball field at the Peninsula Recreation Area. Van/camper spots will be located in the parking lots adjacent to the baseball field.
  • Camping fees are $25 per night for vans/cab over camper/small camper trailers and $15 per night for tent camping. You can choose to camp on either Friday night (June 7, 2024) or Friday night and Saturday night (June 7 and 8, 2024).
  • Those who purchase a van/camper spot will be assigned a 19’x26′ space in our parking lot (3 adjacent parking spaces). This space will allow for a camper, your vehicle and a spot for table and chairs. Those who are tent camping with us will get one parking space for their vehicle.
  • Out of courtesy to all campers, generators are not allowed. Fire pits and campfires are also NOT permitted; however small propane grills are ok. Noise curfew will be 9pm for respect to families with younger children who need more sleep.
  • Check in time will be 4:00pm – 7:00pm on Friday June 7th and Saturday June 8th depending on which night you are checking in. For those that will be arriving late, please call our Chief of Race, Chris Faessen at 970-406-8313 as soon as you know you will be late so we can be sure to have someone there to check you in.
  • We will have porta potties on site for the duration of the weekend. Unfortunately, we will not have any shower facilities available.
  • If you require an RV dump station, there is one located at the Upper Blue Sanitation District, 59 Co Rd 1, Breckenridge CO 80424.
  • In addition to the limited camping we will be offering, racers and their families are welcome to reserve a campsite at the Peak One Campground or grab a spot at the first come first serve Pine Cove Campground. Online campsite reservations for the Peak One Campground open up on November 30, 2023 at 8:00am to reserve spots for the weekend of June 7-8, 2024.
  • Click on the appropriate button below to purchase camper/van or tent camping at the Frisco Adventure Park.
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