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Monday, July 8, 2013

Guests can test and hone their skills on Ontario Cup certified tracks

HORSESHOE RESORT LAUNCHES EXPANDED BIKING PROGRAM AND TRAILS
BARRIE, ONTARIO, July 8, 2013Horseshoe, a Skyline Resort is kicking off the summer right with their newly expanded biking trails and bike rental and repair shop.

The resort has already finished and opened the first phase of its planned cross-country mountain biking trail expansion, set for completion in August.

Once complete, Horseshoe will boast the largest network of combined downhill and cross-country mountain biking trails in the region with more than 20km of fully groomed and marked terrain.

“The expanded network of trails will be a real complement to our lift-access mountain bike park,” says Jonathan Reid, Director of Snow Sports and Events. “The newly developed trails along with the great partnerships we’ve forged with major cycling brands like Centurion, Tuf Rack, Superfly and Norco, are quickly positioning Horseshoe Resort as a premier cycling destination.”

The trail expansion comes just in time for the resort, which will be hosting several mountain bike racing events over the course of the summer and into the fall. Along with TUF Rack Racing, Horseshoe Resort will host the third race in the Ontario Cup Downhill Race Series July 27th and 28th

Also in the downhill category, Horseshoe will host the first Ontario enduro mountain bike race August 24th and 25th. The TUF Rack Ontario Open Enduro race is raced of four individual stages with a combined timing for overall best results.

To cap off the season, Horseshoe in conjunction with the Ontario Cycling Association and Superfly Racing, will host the seventh race (and provincial championships) for the Ontario Cup cross-country series. Set to take place on September 8th, the event will see riders challenge their skills on the newly-built trails that meander through a mixed topography of forested hills.

Resort guests of all ages are encouraged to test out and hone their skills on the new trails throughout the summer. Guests are welcome to bring their own bike or rent a brand new Norco bike from the rental shop located in the main chalet. 

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About Horseshoe Resort:
Horseshoe Resort, named for the horseshoe-shaped series of hills in which the resort is nestled, is located north of Barrie, less than an hour away from the Greater Toronto Area. The resort is the ultimate place for adventure, offering an extensive Adventure Park, two award-winning golf courses, 26 ski and snowboard runs, six lifts, expanded Terrain Park and over 35km of groomed Nordic and hiking trails. Horseshoe also offers Kids Korral programming, Yamaha Riding Adventures, Segway Adventures, Treetop Trekking and more.  The Inn at Horseshoe boasts 101 newly renovated rooms, a conference centre, upscale dining at Silks Dining Lounge, and the top-rated Shizen Spa, which blends the latest holistic techniques with classic spa treatments. For more information, visit:
www.horseshoeresort.com

About Skyline Hotels & Resorts:Skyline Hotels & Resorts is a distinct collection of hotel and resort properties focused on providing true lifestyle enhancing experiences to leisure and business guests, as well as local residents. Offerings include top-level golf and ski, its own Shizen Spa brand and a complete range of year-round activities including adventure parks and corporate team-building. Skyline properties include The King Edward Hotel, the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Pantages Hotel in downtown Toronto, Barrie’s Horseshoe Resort and Deerhurst Resort in Muskoka. Skyline Hotels & Resorts is owned and operated by Skyline International Developments Inc., a real estate and development company that also includes unique communities like Port McNicoll. Visit www.skylinehotelsandresorts.com.

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