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Remember the E100 in Park City, Utah? Great race, phenomenal trails, the event just simply didn't live on. Well, endurance mountain bike racing is back in Park City, Utah.
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It might be the first, but it won't be the last. Introducing the very first Park City Point 2 Point endurance mountain bike race. Park City has over 300 miles of trail; it's ripping fast and incredibly diverse. Whether you're someone who rides the trails regularly or an out-of-towner, this race is guaranteed to impress.

The course will be a true point-to-point event. Thanks to the myriad of trails in this area, the race will never be on the same trail twice. You'll ride single-track the majority of the event with a few small exceptions during some of the climbs. The total distance and vertical are still in the works, but our target distance is around 75 - 80 miles, which will include 10-12,000 vertical feet of climbing. So get up here and do what you're afraid to!

Registration is currently open (and limited to 300 riders). The price for Solo riders is $120 (increasing to $150 early August). Duo riders, $190. This race is sure to become a premier event in future years, so be one of the first to get it. Visit the website for the always expanding details and breaking news.

http://www.thepcpp.com
 

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Remember the E100 in Park City, Utah? Great race, phenomenal trails, the event just simply didn't live on. Well, endurance mountain bike racing is back in Park City, Utah.
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It might be the first, but it won't be the last. Introducing the very first Park City Point 2 Point endurance mountain bike race. Park City has over 300 miles of trail; it's ripping fast and incredibly diverse. Whether you're someone who rides the trails regularly or an out-of-towner, this race is guaranteed to impress.

The course will be a true point-to-point event. Thanks to the myriad of trails in this area, the race will never be on the same trail twice. You'll ride single-track the majority of the event with a few small exceptions during some of the climbs. The total distance and vertical are still in the works, but our target distance is around 75 - 80 miles, which will include 10-12,000 vertical feet of climbing. So get up here and do what you're afraid to!

Registration is currently open (and limited to 300 riders). The price for Solo riders is $120 (increasing to $150 early August). Duo riders, $190. This race is sure to become a premier event in future years, so be one of the first to get it. Visit the website for the always expanding details and breaking news.

http://www.thepcpp.com
September 5th, 2009

I have a week of work coming up near there. Call me interested.
 

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I've just been starting look for a good endurance type race not too far from home for late August/early September and saw the add at the top of the Utah Forum for the PCP2P.

This sounds just like what I need. I did the E100 (100K version) four or five years ago and have been itching to get back to PC. It looks like a good route. The trails there are amazing.

Count me interested as well.
 

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This sounds awesome! Who out there can pre-ride the course for the out of towners and take a bunch of pictures? The videos were good, but we want to see the tough parts of the course that most people won't show.

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Would love to make it out there, but its the SOs 40th Bday weekend so she nixed it, next year I will have to put it on the schedule.

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Sure wish I could do it! Loved the riding at PC. Course should be incredible!
 
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