It’s going to be epic

Grand Junction Off-Road expected to draw thousands for inaugural event

The Lunch Loop trail system will challenge both professional and amateur mountain bikers during the Grand Junction Off-Road, a three-day event full of music, fun and riding. Amateur riders have a choice of riding a 30-mile or a 40-mile ride and the professional riders will tackle the 40-mile ride, which includes 6,700-feet of total climbing.



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The Lunch Loop trail system will challenge both professional and amateur mountain bikers during the Grand Junction Off-Road, a three-day event full of music, fun and riding. Amateur riders have a choice of riding a 30-mile or a 40-mile ride and the professional riders will tackle the 40-mile ride, which includes 6,700-feet of total climbing.

Grand Junction will take center stage in the sport of mountain biking over the Labor Day weekend. With as many as 500 amateur and professional riders set to arrive in a few days, the Grand…




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