Dillon Rocks at Dillon State Park
Posted on: 12 Aug 2014

Dillon Rocks at Dillon State Park

OMBC Series #6

Sunday, August 21, 2022 

2017 Go Pro Race Video of the entire course by Steve Clement

2017 Race Photos by Jeff Freas

 2016 Race Photos by Justyna Walker

2019 Photos by Freebirds

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Race Description: Dillon Rocks! You want technical tough, knee busting rock gardens? Come to Dillon Rocks. The race starts with a short paved prolog before diving into the pure singletrack for the entire race loop. Climbing? Not a ton on this course but it does have  winding switch backs after the field loop, a hike a bike and a few other sections to keep you honest. Novice course includes one of  the two rock gardens. Everyone else must pay the piper! 

Registration: 

All registration must be made online at Bikereg.com

Spectators and first timers welcome!

Race Entry Fee's 

$5 from every paid adult entry will benefit Dillon State Park MTB Trails through a donation to the Appalachian Outdoor Adventure Club (AOA)

Online Registration $40 through bikereg.com. NO race day registration DUE TO COVID

Online Novice Youth 12-14, 8-11 divisions just $20 through bikereg.com

Kids 10 and under races just $10 through bikereg.com

 Note: If you do not already have an OMBC number plate, they are available at registration. There is a $5 refundable deposit required that can be added at online registration. 

Kids RACE Factoid: A Record 161 Kids finished the kids race in 2021!

OMBC Kids Race Information: Kids who register for the OMBC points series races are not permitted to enter the (mostly beginner level) kids 12 and under race. 

Kids 12 and under races will begin at 10AM. Kids will be grouped as follows:

Ages 3-4 and Ages 5-6 will follow an easy one mile short track course around along the mowed beginner's loop that will begin and end under the OMBC start/finish banner.  

Ages 7-8, 9-10, 11-12 will follow a slightly longer loop that begins along the one mile short track course but incudes a portion of more technical singletrack, ending and finishing at the OMBC start/finish Banner.

Due to added costs of chip timing such large kids races, OMBC Kids races are $10. All finishers will receive a custom die cast OMBC finishers medals. Helmets and signed waiver's are required.   

Location:  Dillon State Park

Googlemaps Link:  Googlemaps Link

Driving directions:  From I-70, follow SR146 WEST to Dillon State Park

Race Course Map Sunject to Change

 

 General Dillon map of the trail systems: 

Course Description:

Course Description: Subject to Change for 2022: This years course runs clockwise (traditional direction) from the beach hitting the flat field loop after leaving the paved road. All racers will do the “Scar Tissue”(the first red section around the horse camp) while novice racers will bypass “Hard Tail for Sale” rock section (the second red section after sled hill). Racers finish each lap on the paved road that drops down from the Horse Camp. Each lap is 7 miles with the experts doing 3 laps for 21 miles, Sport and Expert Women do two laps for 14 miles and novices do 1 lap for 6.8 miles.

 

Distances by Class: Each lap is 7 miles for all racers

Men's Pro/Expert, Singlespeed, Expert Masters - 3 laps

Women’s Pro/Expert - 2 laps

All Sport divisions - 2 laps

Novice/Beginner – 1 lap

What to Bring: Helmets required. Suggested items would include a water bottle, gloves, and eyewear. Please check to make sure your bike is in good mechanical condition or stop by HWB Cycling in Zanesville for a safety check.

Food Vendor: PENDING: Pucky's Pit Stop : American Traditional/Sandwiches

Bring a few scheckles for food and soft drinks on Sunday at the beach.

 

Pro/Expert and Sport Racer Rewards: Based on OMBC payout chart

Novice Division awards: Prizes courtesy of our great sponsors

 All racers will receive a state ranking posted to the official website of the Ohio State Series at www.ombc.net.  

Lodging:  Cottages and Camping on site: visit Dillon State Park website for more info about renting a cabin or primitive campsites.

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