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Race the Yucaipa Dirt Classic, Maybe Ride Off in Pua Sawicki’s Mobile Race Palace

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The City of Yucaipa, California is teaming up with race promoters Pua (6 Time US National Endurance Mountain Bike Champion) and her husband Ron to put on the First Annual Yucaipa Dirt Classic. The City will be bringing all of it’s resources to the table, while Pua and Ron bring their extensive experience from many years of racing and race promotion to make sure the event is first class for both racers and spectators alike.

After moving to this paradise for mountain biking and trail running, Pua and Ron just knew they had to share it with everyone. The city of Yucaipa could not have been more excited, wanting others to know what they have known for years, this city is a gem for everyone who loves to play outside. We have it all, great trails, lots of wildlife and some of the most beautiful views anywhere.

This one day Festival will not only be packed with a 10k Trail Run, one of the most challenging Mountain Bike races, music, food and tons of fun, but it will also be the host of the “Win Pua’s Palace” raffle final drawing. They promise that every racer will experience a first class event in one of the best venues in Southern California.

There will be many prizes and awards for every category and a sweet cash payout for the Open categories. And for those who want an even bigger Challenge, the Ultimate Dirt Challenge is for you. You will take on the 10K Trail Run and as soon as you cross the finish line, you will rehydrate, grab your bike, and take on the Cross-Country race. At the end of the day, the Ultimate Dirt King & Queen will be crowned.

For all the spectators, you will find Wildwood Canyon State Park not only beautiful, but also a great place to watch the races and cheer on the racers.

Get the video rundown of the truck/camper raffle prize from Pua herself, after the break…

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