Patch Announces 2020 APEX Schedule and Impacted Streets, Parks, Trails

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Patch announces schedule and streets, parks, trails impacted by 2020 Pikes Peak APEX

Race organizers worked closely with the El Paso County Public Health Department and Centura Health/Penrose-St. Francis medical staff to make modifications aligned with the state's current public health order. Among the modifications are starting waves of no more than 25 racers at a time, rather than the traditional mass start. Spectators are welcome along the course and strongly encouraged to wear face coverings, practice physical distancing and refrain from congregating in starting and finishing areas.

Course maps and more information on the Pikes Peak APEX, a project of the Pikes Peak Outdoor Recreation Alliance that aims to strengthen the outdoor recreation industry for the Pikes Peak region, is available at PikesPeakApex.com. See more here.