Bike series commemorates effective season

The Vail Recreation District EastWest Hospitality Town Mountain Bike Series had a year like no other. How do you hold a popular bike-racing series in a pandemic? “I wont lie. It was absolutely a great deal of work,” VRD race director Beth Pappas stated. “But it really felt worth it to be able to do something for the community and provide everybody a sense of normalcy.” The series wrapped with Wednesdays Davos Dash– and Josiah Middaugh making some history– but that race like the others in the series was in fact a two-day affair.
Ladies charge up the hill throughout the Vail Recreation Districts Davos Dash Wednesday in West Vail. The adult course was 3.5 miles. (Chris Dillmann
Putting the kids and in some cases the beginner department on Tuesdays assisted separate the crowds generally related to the races. And regardless of all the barriers consisting of collecting people and after that distributing them appropriately, the VRD didnt miss one race. Naturally, the big downer was the lack of a formal event after each race.

The Vail Recreation District EastWest Hospitality Town Mountain Bike Series had a year like no other. How do you hold a popular bike-racing series in a pandemic? The series covered with Wednesdays Davos Dash– and Josiah Middaugh making some history– but that race like the others in the series was actually a two-day affair.