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_ The 2018 SCOTT Enduro Cup Presented By Vittoria - Angel Fire:
June 9-10, 2018
$149 before March 15
$175 after March 15
After a thrilling 2017 season, Enduro Cup is excited to return to the rugged trails of Angel Fire, NM. This two-day race challenges athletes to one day of grueling stages in the backcountry and one day of super fast and go-big airs and drops at the Angel Fire Bike Park—the largest bike park in the Rocky Mountains and an athlete favorite.
Angel Fire Bike Park offers over 60 miles of new and improved trails for riders of all abilities, on one of the largest lift-accessed mountains in North America. Drop in at 10,667 feet for 2,000 feet of Southern Rockies altitude adjustment. Sweet berms, flowy lines and monster jumps. They’re all here. Round 2 of the SCOTT Enduro Cup presented by Vittoria in Angel Fire, NM is June 9-10, 2018. The Angel Fire round is now part of the 2018 National Enduro Series.
Vet Expert Men - 35+
Vet Expert Women - 35+
Junior Men - 18 and Under
Junior Women - 18 and Under
*Categories are subject to merge if fewer than 4 riders register in a category
2018 Category Descriptions
Pro/Open: This category is for professional level riders. The top five men and women finishers at each race location will receive cash prizing.
Expert: This category is for highly competitive, but not yet professional level riders. Riders will be awarded sponsor-provided product prizes.
Amateur: This category is for experienced mountain bikers with limited to no enduro racing experience. Riders will be awarded sponsor-provided product prizes.
Junior: Must be under 18 years of age to qualify. Riders under 18 are eligible to compete in the Expert or Pro/Open categories if skilled accordingly.
2018 SCOTT Enduro Cup presented by Vittoria Race Schedule
Round 1 – Moab, UT – May 5
Round 2* – Angel Fire, NM – June 9-10
Round 3 – Durango, CO – July 14-15
Round 4 – Powderhorn, CO – July 28
Round 5 – Park City, UT – Aug. 25-26
*National Enduro Series stop
ABOUT THE NATIONAL ENDURO SERIES -
Now in its second year, the National Enduro Series mission is to create a series that visits the best venues all across the United States, highlighting different terrain and encouraging riders to push their comfort zones. They plan to create a platform for the best riders in the U.S to compete against one another over the course of the season, to fight for the title of National Enduro Series Champion. With races evenly spread across the country they hope to make world-class enduro competition accessible to new and up-and-coming racers in all regions. Their schedule was determined thanks to feedback from a coalition of pro racers. These pro racers helped identify the best races and series in their home regions.
SCOTT Enduro Cup presented by Vittoria is dedicated to the progression of enduro mountain bike racing in the United States. Each event offers diverse course offerings for the first time racer to the seasoned professional athlete, showcasing stunning scenery throughout its unique lift-served and backcountry courses. In collaboration with high-quality partner brands, the SCOTT Enduro Cup provides a premier racing experience with fast and professional timing, course marking, event staff, post-race lunch, cash prize purse, sponsor raffle and more. Learn more at endurocupmtb.com.
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