Registration for the Big Mountain Enduro Series and the Crested Butte Ultra Enduro opens today. Registration for Snowmass, Keystone and Moab are open now. The fourth “TBD” event in the Big Mountain Enduro Series will open at a later date and information announced within the next few weeks.
- June 21-22 – Snowmass, CO – $165 – limited to 300 participants
- June 28-29 – TBD, CO – $195 – limited to 250 participants
- July 12-13 – Keystone, CO – $175 – limited to 300 participants
- August 23 – Moab, UT – $175 – limited to 250 participants
- September 3-7 – Crested Butte Ultra Enduro – $585 – limited to 200 participants
The Crested Butte Ultra Enduro will open for registration at 6 p.m. This event will be a stand alone event and not part of the Big Mountain Enduro Series standings.
With five days of enduro racing in the backcountry for $585, the Crested Butte Ultra Enduro will include shuttles each backcountry day, lift ticket on final day, breakfast and lunch provided each day, coffee and beer provided each day by respective sponsors, event T-shirt, awards ceremony, and an adventure experience of a lifetime on some of the best trails in the country. Lodging and camping packages will also be made available.
Big Mountain Enduro will also be offering multi-event discounts, instead of a Season Pass, so participants can get discounts on signing up for 2, 3 or 4 events, with 7 percent, 12 percent and 17 percent discounts respectively. To redeem the largest discount, participants should sign up for Snowmass, Keystone and Moab at once to receive 12 percent off all three events in the cart. When the fourth event is released, participants can sign up for it separately and receive 17 percent off the last event.
All Big Mountain Enduro events are capped this year. As soon as an event sells out, the registration system automatically creates a wait list. Participants do not have to pay anything to be placed on the wait list, however once a spot becomes available, they will be promoted to complete the registration process. Confirmation of entry will not be final until the registration process has been complete and any additional fees are paid.
Big Mountain Enduro is also launching its completely revamped website by the end of this week, where all the latest information, galleries and media will be posted, in a cleaner, easier to navigate format.
Like what you see? Please support independent publishing by Subscribing To Dirt Rag Magazine today.