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Pre Run the Vaquero 400 before you get there!

Bear Grass

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#1
Pre Run the Vaquero 400 before you get there! Race Miles 50-75 bring you to Hwy 192 on the backside of the mountain where racers will hop off onto the humps, bumps and jumps paralleling the pavement for several miles before dropping off into the byuca for a stretch of wide open wash sand, rock and cedar where one can chose from many different lines. Just be careful, some of the little stringers don't always play out like you plan for them to! Race Miles 50-75 bring you to Hwy 192 on the backside of the mountain where racers will hop off onto the humps, bumps and jumps paralleling the pavement for several miles before dropping off into the byuca for a stretch of wide open wash sand, rock and cedar where one can chose from many different lines. Just be careful, some of the little stringers don't always play out like you plan for them to! For Race Miles 0 through 49, please see previous thread.
 

Bear Grass

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#2
For the last 20 miles of this 95 mile loop, the Byuca narrows down to a single lane with 20' walls at the very end before climbing out and traversing what is left of the original single lane paved road to El Paso back to town. The course then runs beside the park before reaching the main pits and the timing arch and finish line.
 
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