Spectators will be able to watch six races when the Fox U.S. Open comes to Killington this weekend. The competitions, along with a vendor village and food will be held at Ramshead. Spectating is free or for $15, people can take a chairlift to get a better view of the competitors.
The Downhill Track will start off the top of Ramshead and will include sections of existing trails combined with new sections specially built for last year’s 2022 US Open. Open class racers will take seeding runs on Saturday and compete in the finals on Sunday.
Next Gen Downhill
U.S. Open Next Gen racing is designed for athletes under 15 years old. This program starts on a separate, youth-specific downhill track with categories beginning at 5 years old and advances all the way to 13-14 years-old classes on the main USO Downhill Track.
Get ready for some loose and rowdy racing with this traditional-style track located right in the main venue of Ramshead base area. Anyone can enter the Open class and race for the cash. Designed for athletes competing on their normal trail bikes to slalom specialists, racers will qualify ahead of the Dual Slalom finals on Friday, Sept. 22.
The Enduro race will include five stages of racing, consisting of some classic Killington tracks when the race begin. A good balance of lift access and climbing transfers is sure to put racers to the test.
Fox U.S. Open of Mountain Biking is once again partnering with Vermont Adaptive Ski & Sports to bring the U.S. Open Adaptive Downhill Race to Killington Resort. The 2023 U.S. Open Adaptive Downhill Track will start off the top of Snowshed Peak on the “Rabbit Hole” trail on Sunday.
This crowd favorite will be more spectator friendly than ever, taking place right in the main Ramshead venue on an all-new set of jumps built specifically for the USO. Come party while some of the most stylish athletes in the biz put on a show! Participation in this event is by invitation only.