7/13/19 - Magnolia Hill Off-Road Duathlon
Located in the Piney Woods in Navasota, Texas, Magnolia Hill Ranch is an "event only" ranch with the trail system only available to experience by those who participate in the event. You don't want to miss this opportunity to see this fantastic property with an incredible lake with sparkling blue water and trails winding through the pines. This is a fast course and one of the few that is completely ridable for all levels of riders!
Magnolia Hill Ranch, LC 18135 FM 362, Navasota, TX 77868
Aged-Based Category: $80.00 until June 12, $90 until close of online registration.*
All participants will receive an event t-shirt*, a swag bag, plus Gatorade and Power Bars/Gels during the event. Food and drinks will be available post-race with beer provided by NXNW Austin. *Register by July 1 to ensure that you get an event t-shirt, in the size you want. (We have to order t-shirts 2 weeks prior to the event and will do our best to guesstimate sizes and number of participants.)
Online registration ends on Tuesday, July 09 at 11:59 pm. *There will be an additional $20 fee for on-site/late registration.
Race capped at 200 participants.
Magnolia Hill Ranch land access fee is covered with your registration. (Magnolia Hill uses 100% of your land access fees toward trail maintenance)
Event will be held rain or shine, no refunds.
- Course open for pre-riding and running all day
- 5:00-6:30 pm - Onsite registration and packet pick up
- 6:30-7:45 am - Onsite registration and packet pick up
- 6:30-7:50 am - Transition area open
- 7:50 am - Pre-race briefing
- 8:00 am - Race start time
- 10:00 am-1:00 pm - Post race festivities including beer and food
- 11:00 pm - Awards and raffle. Participant's must be present to receive awards and raffle prizes. Awards will not be mailed.
Sunday, 7/14/19 XTERRA Trail Runs
See Navasota points of interest map on this page for a list of hotels
Magnolia Hill is our least technical course in the series. The race starts with a 3K run around a pristine private lake. Next wind your way through an extremely fast 11 miles of single track trails with an occasional jeep road all set among Texas pines. The race finishes with a 6k run around the lake.
Joel Grimmett at email@example.com