With all the classic mountain bike races going on these days, like Leadville, Downieville and others, it’s about time Park City had their own part of the action! The inaugural Park City Point2Point endurance mountain bike race will take place Saturday, September 5, 2009 with a 75-mile course featuring at least 10,000 ft. of total elevation.

The course will wander through some of the best singletrack Park City has to offer. And with over 300 miles of the world’s-finest singletrack at their mercy, it’s bound to be a killer race. While the final course layout has yet to be fully completed (finalized by July 15), course organizers are going into it with the following goals in mind:

  1. 90% or more of the course must be single-track
  2. 75 miles or more & 10,000 or more feet of climbing
  3. Minimal crossings (intersections) and no multi-directional use of trail
  4. Must hit all three of the Park City area resorts (Deer Valley, PCMR and The Canyons)

Course Layout Map: Visit Google Maps

Park City Point2Point Enduro Mountain Bike Race

How Do I Register?

Registration is now open to both solo or duo team riders with the following entry fees:

The Duo category is perfect for husband/wife or father/son teams where a stronger rider can team up with another rider who may not be as comfortable with the distance and/or climbing required. This one is destined to become a classic for years to come.

More Info: Visit ThePCPP.com

About Author

A native of the Pacific Northwest, Jason quickly developed a love for the outdoors and a thing for mountains. That infatuation continues as he founded this site in 1999 -- sharing his love of road biking, mountain biking, trail running and skiing. That passion is channeled into every article or gear review he writes. Utah's Wasatch Mountains are his playground.


  1. Ryan Stouffer on

    If you want this one to become destined to be a classic for years to come, and to attract the top riders make it 100 miles not 75 miles.

    • Definitely a valid criticism, but this is the first year and the organizers are doing a darn fine job getting things rolling. Potentially they will look at improving and/or lengthening the course in future years. It’s a great start!

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