Big Mountain Enduro
Big Mountain Enduro kicked of the 2014 season in Snowmass, Colorado. With a heavy winter, things were tight to get the mountain ready in time, but the tireless crew of Snowmass made it happen. Stop number one of the series had two days and 7 stages of racing. After it was all said and done there was some incredibly tight racing, especially in the pro men's field. Kyle Warner proved you don't need 150mm of travel to win a competitive enduro race as he edged out last year's series winner Nate Hills. On the women's side of things, Brittany Clawson blew away the rest of the field finishing a commanding 1:30 ahead of Margret Gregory in second. With the race being sold out, 300 riders arrived in Snowmass for a weekend of racing fun.
See you all next week in Durango, Colorado for the second stop of Big Mountain Enduro.
Full results can be found here
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