After two days of racing and timed runs, the dust has settled on Snowmass. This being the first race of the season for the Big Mountain Enduro, it was great to be back at the races and seeing all the friendly faces. Snowmass presents some extremely long and demanding courses. They may not be the most technical tracks known to enduro, but going all out for four plus miles at 10,000 feet will make a boy out of any man.
The number of women that showed up to race was exciting! That, along with a very strong junior class the future is bright for our sport. Enjoy a slew of images to tell the story from the weekend.
Full results here
Round two of the Big Mountain Enduro
is July 11-12 in Keystone, Colorado.