Yesterday was the annual running of the Sugar Bottom Scramble at Sugar Bottom Recreation Area hosted by ICORR, and Goosetown Racing. Race Director Mike Frasier made the call on Saturday to delay the start of all races by 2 hours to allow for recent rains to soak in and the course to dry out.
Good call Mike! We were all treated to hero dirt, and delicious Sugar Bottom singletrack because of it…
Gorgeous blue skies, and temperatures around 70 degrees made for some of the best racing conditions IMBCS has had all season.
Continue reading Sugar Bottom Scramble Race Recap…
The Sugar Bottom Scramble is delayed two hours due to the recent rain. All races will start two hours after the previously scheduled times. This will give the trails time to dry and be ready for all of us to race on Sunday!
Here is the official word from the race director, Mike Frasier:
Half inch of rain [Friday] night has left a few greasy spots in the trails. A couple more hours of drying time will help dial them in more, so we’ve decided to delay the Scramble two hours. Looks to be a beautiful day on the trails, hope to see you there!
Schedule and course maps are on the Sugar Bottom Scramble race page.