$20 Adult (12+)
$10 Kids (6-11)
5 & under free
2018 Special Information:
- Race for the Cure
- Fantic eMTB races will be held Friday at 6 p.m. and will feature 7 classes, with no pre-qualifying: Pro, Schoolboy (12-18), Junior (19-29), Vet (30-39), Senior (40-49), Masters (50+) and Women. Class 1 Pedal Assist Bicycles with a motor powered speed of 20 mph and motor wattage of <=750 watts eligible only. Bicycle helmet and eye protection are required. Read more, HERE.
- The woods are closed Saturday from 4 pm - 6 pm
- Trick-Or-Treating: Saturday 5 pm- 6 pm
- Team Faith and Fuel Ministries Activities: Saturday 6 PM - 7 PM
• 2nd Annual GNCC Costume Contest
- LIVE Entertainment - TBA
- MX vs. ATV ALL OUT will be available for hands-on demo at Ironman GNCC on Saturday, Oct. 28. Stop by their location next to Rider Registration to play the new game before it is released on PS4, XBOX and PC. Plus, they are giving away a FREE game to each of the Youth Class winners all weekend!
- Pink podium backdrop auction: Saturday
- This event is co-sanctioned with our friends at Indiana Cross Country Racing (IXCR).
- There is a new Indiana Helmet Law that we want our GNCC racers to know about. All minors under the age of 18 must wear a helmet at all times on a dirt bike, quad or UTV at Ironman Raceway (X-Factor Ranch on its event page). This means if you are riding your bike to the start line, registration or tech, you must have a helmet on at all times! We require everyone to wear a helmet, including adults 18 and over, but wanted to inform you of the new state law.
Indiana Cross Country Racing
Contact: Tim Bowman
Series Est. 2007 – 12th season
10th year as a co-sanctioned partner
The Ironman GNCC is one of the most popular races on the circuit. Tom's Marine Sales, the local Polaris dealership hosts the event, and their large farm offers plenty of land for the track. Community support for this race is amazing. Ironman GNCC banners hang downtown, and the spectator count is incredible. The event has grown so much that it’s overflowing from race to full-on industry trade show with many companies displaying the next year's models.
As far as the track, many riders call this one their favorite on the whole tour. The track has it all. The land in this area is totally flat, but the course runs near riverbanks, which means there’s still plenty of elevation change. In fact, the hills here are some of the steepest on the circuit. If it rains, the hills will be the toughest part, as the course will be routed around the creeks. If it doesn’t rain, the riders will hit the creeks, and they’re rocky. Be careful not to cut a tire there. Also, since the race runs in October, it can get cold. Try to stay dry in those creeks.
Outside of the woods, the course routes across harvested cornfields. You’ll have your machine pegged at its absolute top-speed several times here. From tight trails, to technical hillclimbs, gullies, rock sections and creeks, all on top of great dirt, this track is a true test for a cross-country racer’s all-around skills.
The Ironman event is named after the late GNCC ATV Champion Bob "Ironman" Sloan, who hailed from Indiana and dreamed for many years of seeing a GNCC event in his homestate. We lost Bob in 1994. Godspeed, Bob.
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