Whiting Ranch Time Trial


May 19, 2018 (rescheduled date)

Racers will enjoy the varied terrain at our Aliso and Wood Canyon cross country mountain bike race. All racers descend the infamous Rock-It trail making this a classic no one will forget. A fantastic start/finish venue in the shade of Laguna Niguel Regional Park gives this event a spectacular family friendly atmosphere.

The race does not loop back through the main venue, so the feed zone will be at the base of Mathis. If you have race support, that is where they should be.

Laguna Niguel Regional Park is a beautiful park located directly across Alicia Parkway from Aliso & Wood Canyons Wilderness Park, and this will be the site of our main venue and is where all of the following will be held: day of packet pickup, pre-race meeting, awards, expo and kids race.


Individual and Team – $50 (Price goes up to $55 May 13th)
Day of Registration – $60 cash only
Race photos are included in your registration fee!
Parking is $5

Awards will be given for top 3 in each category (minimum of 3 racers per category)

Free Tots “Race”, so bring the youngsters. Ages 7 and under. This “race” is meant to get our kids out on their bikes to feel what it’s like to race like mom & dad! They get a number plate and prizes. The course for this race goes around our venue and is on a flat dirt surface.

Cancellation Policy: Refunds will be made until May 6th (minus processing fee). After May 6th, transfers will be offered until May 12th. No transfers or refunds week of race.

Please note!
There is NO parking allowed at Aliso & Wood Canyon parking lot, surrounding streets, Church parking lot or surrounding community parks.
All racers and support are required by Park Rangers to park at Laguna Niguel Regional Park - 28241 La Paz Road, Laguna Niguel, CA 92677.
Please obey this rule so that we can continue to have this race next year and beyond.


Beginners: 1 Cholla Loop

Expert, Sport, Clydesdale, Single Speed 1 Cholla Loop; 1 Mathis loop (you do not return to the start /finish between laps)

Elite: 1 Cholla Loop; 2 Mathis loops (you do not return to the start /finish between laps)

Cholla Loop: Approx 10.2 miles from start line to finish line, 789 elevation gain.  All Racers will do one Cholla Loop. Start / Finish line will be at the Aliso Creek East trail head. Aliso Creek East trail head – Wood Creek – Cholla – Rock It – Coyote Run – Wood Creek – Aliso Creek East – back to Start / Finish.
The race does not go out to the trails the normal way via the Aliso Woods parking.

Mathis Loop: 4.5 miles, 788’ elevation gain (Elite, Expert, Sport, Clydesdale, & SingleSpeed)
Elite will do this loop twice – Expert, Sport, Clydesdales, and SingleSpeed will do this loop once. Mathis – West Ridge – Rock It – Coyote Run – Mathis to finish the full loop.


(Age group is based off of your age at the end of 2018)

  • Beginner (19 and under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50+)
  • Sport (19 and under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60+)
  • Expert (35 and under, 36-49, 50 and over)
  • Elite (Open)
  • Clydesdale 200 lbs + (Open)
  • SingleSpeed (Open)

Sorry. No E-Bike category.


(Age group is based off of your age at the end of 2018)

  • Beginner (Open)
  • Sport (Open)
  • Expert (Open)


Race Venue is at:

Laguna Niguel Regional Park
28241 La Paz Road
Laguna Niguel, CA 92677

6:00am  – Park opens
6:30am to 7:00am – Packet Pick up & Check-In
7:00am – Racer Meeting
7:30am – Race Start (Cross Alicia at the cross walk to get to the start line)
9:45am – Estimated finish of race
After finish of race – Tot’s race (Ages 7 and under)
10:15am – Awards (Aliso, Series, Team)

Non Dot Adventures holds these mountain bike races in partnership with OC Parks. OC Parks’ facilities offer something for everyone — recreation, nature, quality time with friends and family, opportunities to learn about the history of Orange County, and more. OC Parks is committed to managing its facilities to maximize public enjoyment while providing conscientious stewardship to maintain the lands so they are available for generations to come. For more information about the parks that these races occur, please visit ocparks.com.