Blankets Creek Dirty 15/30 MTB Race - Coming March 30, 2024! Registration is CLOSED for this event.

2024 Blankets Creek Dirty 15/30 Results

2024 Race Photos from Dashing Images - FREE RACE PHOTO DOWNLOADS FOR ALL RIDERS!!

Race Schedule

Thursday, March 28

4:00 pm to 7:00 pm - Optional Early Packet Pickup at OutSpokin' Bicycles at 3422 Sixes Rd, Suite 110, Canton, GA 30114.

Saturday, March 30

9:30 - 11:00 am: Packet Pickup - NO ONSITE REGISTRATION
11 am - 11:30 am: Wave Starts based on category, there WILL be a short parking lot loop to start the race
1:45 pm: 15 mile Awards available for pickup at race
3:15 pm: 30 mile Awards available for pickup at race

Please note there is a trail run going on at Blankets Creek in the morning, beginning at 8 am. If parking lot is full when you arrive, please park next door at River Church.

Directions to Blankets Creek Trails

Blankets Creek Mountain Bike Trails
2261 Sixes Road
Canton, GA 30114

From the south, take I-575 north to exit 11, Sixes Road. Turn left onto Sixes Road and go approximately 1.7 miles to Blankets Creek Trails, which will be on the left. The trails are just past the Cherokee Charter Academy School, on the opposite side of the road.

Race Entry Fees

15 or 30 Mile Race - All Categories

On or Before March 9th, $50
After March 9th, $55

(+$2 to $3 for online registration fee for all online registrations)

A portion of the proceeds from this event will be donated to SORBA Woodstock for their continued maintenance and upkeep of the Blankets Creek and Rope Mill Trails.

2024 Race Procedures - READ BEFORE RACE

2024 Start Waves and Times

2024 Blankets Creek Dirty 15/30 Accident Waiver - FILL OUT AND BRING TO RACE CHECK-IN

Course Maps, GPX Files, and Descriptions HERE

2024 Registered Competitor List

Online registration will close at 5 pm on Friday, March 29th or sooner if the event fills up. Sorry, no race day registration.

Please contact if you encounter any problems while trying to register, and we will try to help you out.


15 mile divisions
  • Male Open All Ages
  • Female Open All Ages
  • Male Under 40
  • Male 40-49
  • Male 50-59
  • Male 60+
  • Female Under 40
  • Female 40-49
  • Female 50+
  • Clydesdale (200 lbs+)
  • Junior Male 14 and Under
  • Junior Male 15-18
  • Junior Female 14 and Under
  • Junior Female 15-18
30 mile divisions

Please note, there is a 4 hour time limit for both race distances. Those in the 30 mile race who do not finish their first lap in less than 2 hours will be moved to the 15 mile race and given a finish time. There will also be a time cutoff before riders enter South Loop for the second time to ensure riders are back in by 4 hours.

  • Male Open All Ages
  • Female Open All Ages
  • Male Under 40
  • Male 40-49
  • Male 50-59
  • Male 60+
  • Female Under 40
  • Female 40+
  • Clydesdale (200 lbs+)
  • Junior Female 18 and Under
  • Junior Male 18 and Under

Mountain Goat Adventures Operational Changes for COVID-19 (Updated 12/1/23)

• Health screening questionnaire for all event volunteers and staff per CDC recommendations. Participation for those recently testing positive for COVID-19 based on current CDC quarantine recommendations.
• Masks are not required for any aspects of this event, as all activities are outdoors.
• Waivers should be printed and signed at home and brought to the race. Hand sanitizer available for event staff and participants checking in.
• Some participants/volunteers may choose to wear a mask or maybe they just want to maintain some personal space. Please be respectful and continue to practice social distancing with those individuals.
• Condensed pre-race group meeting. A detailed participant Update will be emailed to participants ahead of time, which goes over all details of the event.
• Results will be posted at so that participants can view the results immediately via phone and via tablets at a results station we will set up.
• Portable Restrooms and handwash stations will be available at start/finish area.
• Awards will be held in a large outdoor open area.

Camping and Lodging

The closest hotels are in Woodstock, Georgia.

Camping is not allowed at Blankets Creek Park, however there are several campgrounds along Lake Allatoona, which is 20-30 mins north of Blankets Creek, depending on which location you choose.

The US Army Corps of Engineers has a variety of camprounds available HERE.

T-Shirts and Swag

Your registration fee includes a soft and comfy cotton blend T-shirt and free race photo downloads. The deadline to be guaranteed a shirt in the size requested is March 8th. If you register after March 8th, you will still receive a shirt, however, limited sizes/styles may be available. If you register late and we run out of event specific shirts, you will receive a Mountain Goat logo tee with your registration. Shirts run true to size. Ladies shirts are slightly longer and more fitted.

2024 Shirt Design and Color:

FREE RACE PHOTO DOWNLOADS FOR 2024! All riders receive free race photo downloads from Dashing Images!


Medals and prizes will be presented to the top 3 finishers in each category. Podium Shirts will be awarded to the top finisher in each category. The awards ceremony for the 15 mile race will take place at approximately 1:45 pm and the 30 mile race will take place at 3:15 pm. You must be present at the awards ceremony, or have someone pick up your award, as medals will not be mailed.

Parking and Equipment Drop Off

Race check-in and parking will be at the Blankets Creek Trailhead parking lot. Additional Parking will be available at River Church, which is just west of Blankets Creek on Sixes Road. Please note there is a trail run going on at Blankets Creek in the morning, beginning at 7:30 am. If parking lot is full, please park next door at River Church. Spots will likeky start opening up in the Blankets Creek Lot around 9:30 am.

Fuel Station for MTB Race

There will be a neutral fuel/hydration station that riders will pass by on several occasions, located at the Dwelling Directional Sign. Riders will pass by this aid station before and after riding the Dwelling Trail and will also have the option to use the aid station after riding South Loop on each lap. This aid station will offer water and Hammer Heed to fill bottles, as well as Hammer Gels. You may leave a 1 gallon ziploc bag at this location if you wish to have your own drink mix/snacks for lap number 2.


  • All participants will be required to wear a bicycle helmet at all times while riding. Penalty is DQ.
  • No outside (non racer) assistance is permitted at any time during the race. Racers may assist other racers.
  • All food and drink for the race must be either carried with the racer or staged in the feed zone area. There will be no water stops on the course
  • Headphones/earbuds will not be permitted.
  • E-bikes are allowed with the following stipulations: There will be no special categories for E-bikes, thus those wishing to ride an E-bike may do so in their usual race category, but they will be ranked behind all non-E-bike finishers regardless of their finish time in the results. This allows those who need the assistance of the E-bike to be able to participate a way to do so. Any riders who intend to ride an E-bike must notify the race director before the event so we can keep track of them for results reporting. Any rider utilizing an e-bike that was not cleared by the race director before the start of the race will be disqualified.
  • Race numbers must be visible at all times.
  • Littering is not permitted. First offense is 15 minute penalty, 2nd offense is DQ.
  • Cutting the course is not permitted. Penalty is DQ.
  • In the event of a mechanical, the racer must cross the finish line with his/her bike to receive an official finish time.
  • Racers must follow all race staff/volunteer instructions. Failure to do so may result in a DQ.
  • Please exercise caution and good sportsmanship when passing other racers on the trail. You must let faster racers who are not in your category pass.
  • Starts will be staggered by category. You must start in your assigned start wave. Penalty is DQ.
  • Cancellations, Transfers, and Inclement Weather

    Please note EVENT ENTRIES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE once you register, as we plan for your attendance by purchasing your race shirt and swag, meals, insurance, etc and most other costs associated with your entry need to be paid up front. No refunds will be given in the event of an act of God or event beyond the control of the Race Organization (i.e. COVID) that requires cancellation of the race for the saftey of participants. If the event is rescheduled all entries will be transferred to the reschedule date.

    We do, however, understand that injuries happen, you got sick or life was just too chaotic to train for one of our events so we have a no-penalty transfer policy. You may transfer your entry to another racer in the SAME EVENT without penalty until March 25, 2024. You are responsible for finding the person interested in buying your entry and working out payment with them. Entries do not transfer to other events nor do they transfer year to year. If you would like to sell your entry to another racer, please contact with the name and email of the person you wish to transfer your entry to no later than March 25.

    The race will run rain or shine, however, the Race Director reserves the right to cancel or modify segments of the event as deemed necessary for participant safety or preservation of trail. Once the race has started, no refunds will be given due to delayed start or early conclusion of the race.

    Any Questions?

    If you have a race question that was not answered above or would like to inquire about sponsorship opportunities, please email the race director at