Park City Point 2 Point
Announces Enduro Segment for 2014 P2P - Registration Launch February 26th
the country’s top endurance events, the Park City Point 2 Point, will feature
an enduro segment for the first time in this year’s race. In it’s sixth year as one of the most lucrative mountain bike races in
the country, the Point 2 Point will be giving out even more cash and prizes in
2014 with the addition of the new enduro feature.
director Jay Burke announced he would be incorporating the enduro segment on
one of the races 20-minute-plus singletrack descents. Currently the ripping fun
TG/Corvair trails are the prime suspect for the DH segment, so stay tuned.
prizes will be awarded in the enduro category for the top open male and open
female times with high-dollar merchandise going three-deep to the fastest male
and female amateurs.
Point 2 Point gave out over $15,000 in cash last year and twice that in
merchandise, making it one of the most rewarding races in the country. That
trend looks to continue through the 2014 season despite race officials choosing
to withdrawal from the National Ultra Endurance series for the upcoming season.
felt the Point 2 Point worked best as a standalone event”, said director Jay
Burke, "we enjoyed our time with the NUE but the Point 2 Point is an event onto
itself and we want to keep the grit and adventurous feel of the race.”
to the unparalleled Park City trail system, world-class venues, and fun
atmosphere, the Point 2 Point has indeed established itself and a
national-level mountain bike event. In 2013 the race hosted 350 enthusiastic
dirt fiends from 23 different states and 4 different countries. Over the past 5
years some of the dirt racing’s elite have taken on the challenge of the Park
City Point 2 Point including Tinker Juarez, Pua Mata, Rebecca Rusch, Jay Henry,
Josh Tostado, Alex Grant, Amanda Carey, and Ben Sonntag.
for the 2014 Park City Point 2 Point opens Wednesday, February 26that 7PM M.S.T. And riders hoping to get a spot better be on the ball as the Utah
event has sold out it’s 350 spots in less than 10 minutes four years running.
jonesing for a spot should visit www.athlete360.comto create an account prior to the 26th. Then be primed and ready to
type quickly when 7PM rolls around on the 26th. Good Luck.
For more information on the PCP2P, contact Jay Burke at
801.330.3214 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.thepcpp.com.
Click here to view our coverage of the 2013 Park City Point 2 Point