Results and Photos from the Second XC MTB Race in the Non Dot Adventure Series

Last weekend the Southern California cross country mountain bike race organizer Non Dot Adventures held their annual Casper’s Wilderness XC Race in San Juan Capistrano, California. This was the second race in the Non Dot Adventure series which continues with two more races into the end of March.

Last weekend the Southern California cross country mountain bike race organizer Non Dot Adventures held their annual Casper’s Wilderness XC Race in San Juan Capistrano, California. This was the second race in the Non Dot Adventure series which continues with two more races into the end of March. There were a total of 131 mountain bike racers on Saturday February 24th, with a lot of riders representing the various mountain bike clubs and shops across California.

Results for the Top Men & Women Categories, Timing Provided by Replay Timing


  1. Chris Edmunds, Team Velocity | East West Bikes
  2. Brian Gordon, Team Baghouse | Specialized
  3. Robert Freeman, Team Baghouse | Rock n Road Cyclery


  1. Cole Sexton, Redline Studios
  2. Clint Allen, Big Orange Cycling
  3. John McClintock


  1. Ara Movsessian, Backbone Adventure Cycling
  2. Freddy Andersen, Troupe Racing
  3. Tim Gonsalves, The Path Bike Shop


  1. Johnny O’Mara
  2. Gerrit Slingerland, thinkMTB Club
  3. Robert Sima, Buena Park | Fullerton Bicycles


  1. Brooke Mcferren, The Path Bike Shop
  2. Laura Morris, Team Wheels 4 Life
  3. Kym Slingerland, thinkMTB Club

The next race is in Aliso & Wood Canyon and is less than 2 weeks away on Saturday March 10th. Click here for more details. Be sure to register before the price increase next Monday, March 5th.

Check out some of the photos from the event taken by Krystof Andres and Tim Wilson (you can catch Tim on our podcast, The Bicyclist Experience). You can find the full gallery here.

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