Park City Point to Point Set to Open ‘Mad-Dash’ Registration on February 15

The Park City Point to Point travels 75 miles over mostly singletrack. Riders in the 2012 race shown in Deer Valley. Photo:  Chris See, fredmarx.photoshelter.com
The Park City Point to Point travels 75 miles over mostly singletrack. Riders in the 2012 race shown in Deer Valley. Photo: Chris See, fredmarx.photoshelter.com

The Park City Point to Point, a classic Utah endurance mountain bike race, will open registration on February 15th at 7 pm sharp, MST.

 

Last year’s event sold out in 3 minutes 40 seconds. Racers are encouraged to update their athlete profiles and syncronize their watches on the online registration site before hand to prepare.

 

The race will be held on August 31, 2013 in Park City, Utah. Consisting of 75 miles of point to point singletrack through the mountains and ski resorts of Summit County, it is one of the toughest one-day mtb races in the nation.

 

The 2012 edition was an epic race that resulted in Alex Grant taking his fourth straight title. Amanda Carey won the women’s race. The race attracts top national and local racers.

 

For coverage of the 2012 edition, see http://www.cyclingutah.com/?p=1661 .

 

The race is part of the National Ultra Endurance Mountain Bike Series. For details on the series, see http://nuemtb.com

 

For more information on the Park City Point to Point, visit: http://www.thepcpp.com

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