SMC continues with Tour de Trash |

SMC continues with Tour de Trash

KEYSTONE – The Summit Mountain Challenge (SMC) mountain bike race series continues Wednesday with race No. 2, the Oro Grande Tour de Trash at the Summit County Landfill near Keystone.

Juniors begin racing at 5:45 p.m. Wednesday with other categories following shortly.

The race is a circuit on dirt road and singletrack, consisting, depending on race category, of one or more 4-mile loops.

Preregistration is available for $15 until 6 p.m. today at A Racer’s Edge in Breckenridge, or at Race-day registration is $20 and begins at 4 p.m. Wednesday. The cost for juniors is $10, or free for juniors in Mountain Bike Little League.

Race organizers ask that racers avoid training on the landfill portion of the course during landfill operating hours.

After the first SMC race June 4 at the Frisco Peninsula, Team Avalanche Sports-Great Divide Painters is leading the series with 367 points. A Racer’s Edge follows with 358 points and Valdoro Mountain Lodge is in third with 312.

For a course map, distances or more information about the SMC series, visit

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