If you’re looking for the only race in Texas that promises to bring the costume party, then look no further than the legacy events this weekend in Dallas. Spooky Cross is here, and it promises to be outlandish as the past events.
Race Director, Zac Lytle, gives us his take on the world-famous Halloween races.
The past few years we’ve seen Spooky Cross at Rosemont Elementary and Dallas Heritage Village. This year is the same as far as location, but will the courses be similar to years past?
We have the same great locations as the past two years. We will be keeping both courses very similar and will make a few tweaks to them based on racer feedback. For instance, at the school course we are going to have a more open start that will reduce bottlenecking on the first lap. At Dallas Heritage Village we will also be adjusting the start to make the first lap smoother, and it is a bit longer, too.
A set schedule both days with an all women’s wave. In fact, it’s a generous purse for the women’s events, too (plus Cat 2 men’s payouts). You’ve really turned up the payouts this year.
Yes, we’ve really pumped up the prize list significantly because we’re part of the Southern Cross Series. As part of the series, riders will be competing for a generous overall prize list. Continue Reading…