Big Mountain Enduro Announces 2019 Registration Open Date

Dec 13, 2018
by BigMtn Enduro  

PRESS RELEASE: Big Mountain Enduro

The Big Mountain Enduro series has been hard at work planning what is shaping up to be one of the best seasons yet. With continued sponsorships from some of the industry’s top companies, racers participating in the 2019 series can count on great tech support, huge amateur prize packages, large pro payouts and fun race promos at each stop.

Online registration will open January 1st with limited spots available, so make sure to bookmark your calendars. In order to focus on producing world-class events and to ensure the best racer experience possible, all 2019 BME events will be capped at 400 racers. BME will offer tiered pricing and discounts for those who register early, and prices will go up to regular rates as the events begin to sell out. Plan accordingly, lock in your spot and let the good times roll.

BME is poised to deliver yet another well-rounded tour across hallmark venues that won't disappoint. And with the addition of two brand new venues, Telluride and Big Sky, added days of racing and fresh trails, new DH disciplines, and an EWS qualifier stop taking place at Big Sky, BME racers are in for a treat. Expect more details in the coming weeks and an announcement on the 2020 big-picture BME plans come spring time.

Yeti Cycles has signed on for their 7th consecutive year as title sponsor of the BME. New for 2019, Maxxis will join forces as co-title sponsor of the series. As part of that, Maxxis will be offering all participants discounts on tires for each and every race. Racers who register online can expect huge discounts on tires, and Maxxis will even ship fresh rubber straight to your doorstep prior to all BME races. Additionally, presenting sponsors such as Shimano, FOX, Stan’s No Tubes, Dakine, Industry Nine, Ryno Power and Enduro MTB Training will be heavily involved in all angles of the BME throughout the year.

The Ride Series MTB has also become a core sponsor of the BME and will be offering participants half-day skills clinics at all events in order to help racers gain valuable technique and overall confidence on the bike. These are great programs designed for riders of all abilities, including pros and beginners. More details on these programs can be found here

New for 2019, the Yeti Cycles Big Mountain Enduro presented by Maxxis series will integrate a downhill race at two of the signature venues, Telluride and Aspen Snowmass. The DH races will be separate from the core enduro stages/tracks and registration details will be available next week. All enduro racers are encouraged to participate, as there will be no mandates on type of bike used for this fun event and the schedule will not interfere with the enduro practice and/or racing. Telluride will also be kicking in some extra cash for the winners of the inaugural DH race, taking part as part of the overall weekend festivities.

Online registration opens at 8am MST on January 1st, 2019. Visit to learn more.

BME 2019 Calendar:
Santa Fe, NM: May 25th-26th
Winter Park, CO: July 13th
Telluride, CO: July 27th
Big Sky, MT: August 3rd-4th
Aspen Snowmass, CO/BME Finals: August 17th-18th

Photos by Eddie Clark Media

MENTIONS: @BigMtnEnduro

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  • 4 0
 Crap! My home race (Winter Park) is the same weekend I get married. I guess pushing the wedding up a few weeks would be a no go? Hmmmmm...Big Grin
  • 3 1
 Races happen every year. Your wedding is only on the calendar once. ????
  • 5 0
 @ICUJeremy: Probably 2 or 3 times on average
  • 4 0
 The idea of DH racing makes me feel kinda funny, like when we used to climb the rope in gym class.
  • 1 0
 But now you get a shuttle to the top of the rope!
  • 2 0
 Big Sky and Telluride? f*ck yeah! Big Sky is rad, and Telluride is supposedly building new trails.
  • 2 1
 Big sky could use some help
  • 1 0
 @Cdrobb122: Big sky bike park is a hidden gem and has been a huge race in the Montana series for years now. They have put alot of money into the park over the past few years building flow and jump trails but the highlight of racing big sky is always the old abandoned trails that arn't on the map.
  • 7 4
 Looks like I'll need some serious "supplements" to be a contender.
  • 1 0
 LOL I saw Rude on the podium and thought, "That guy is so stacked compared to the other guys."

I mean, I know his physique is very easily attained without doping, but he's definitely bigger than most other racers.
  • 2 0
 Heck yes now I can really find out how slow I am!!
  • 1 0
 Do you have to register for all races, or can you just register whenever you can make it to one?
  • 1 0
 You can register for whatever individual race(s) you'd like to attend. Hope to see you out there in 2019!

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