25 Hours in Frog Hollow (Nov 5th, 2011) – Hurricane, UT
Race Website: 25 Hours in Frog Hollow
Event Description: Frog Hollow and TrueGRIT were conceived as a way to build our cycling culture by bringing mountain bikers together, to improve our communities awareness of Mountain Biking and all its benefits, and to showcase the amazing terrain and extensive network of trails found in Southwestern Utah to new riders.
Frog Hollow race is held on the fall-back time change giving riders an extra hour of racing fun and making this the longest one day endurance mountain bike race. The course will feature single track combined with existing double track for a challenging course near the famous Gooseberry and Little Creek area. The course contains lots of elevation change and spectacular scenery (views of Zion in the background), with surprises around every corner. The temperatures average 77 during the day and 44 lows, with exactly 12 hours of light and 12 hours of darkness. Combine this with costumes, music and videos, and swag give-always and you will enjoy a perfect weekend of racing and fun!
- 2010 25 Hours of Frog Hollow by Jill Homer
- 2010 25 Hours of Frog Hollow: Mountain Flyer Magazine
- 2009 25 Hours of Frog Hollow by Jack Weber