Schweitzer Downhill Enduro Jam
Race Details:

The Downhill Enduro Jam is coming up on August 12th and 13th and you want to be there for this exciting racing format We have three lift-accessed courses for you to race on, and all day to race them!

Here’s the deal - all three courses share a mutual starting point and all finish in the Schweitzer village. You have all day to race all three courses in any order you want, and as many times as you want. We will time each of your runs and take your fastest time from each course to determine your final combined time and our event winners. You can start any time you want, in any order you want, and ride as many laps as you want. Courses feature some pedaling and don’t require heavy duty downhill bikes so you can bring your trail bike and be fast!

Saturday, August 12th is open practice with discount lift tickets available for you to free-ride the mountain and check out all the courses.

Sunday the 13th is race day! We’re closing the mountain to all other bikers so you have the day to make your runs and improve on your times.

Pucci’s Pub is your afternoon rest stop, with food and beverage discounts all weekend and a racer BBQ on Sunday for the awards ceremony. We have lots of raffle prizes from Pucci’s, Dakine, Smith, Fox and Greasy Fingers. And we’ll raffle off a 2018 Schweitzer Summer Season Pass!

August 12th - Practice Day
August 13th -Race Day!

Please note that on 8/13 all the downhill bike trails will be closed to the public for the day. Guests will still be able to load bikes to access the Highpoint Trail/Watershed Crest Trail. Thank you!

Online at until August 11th.
On-site late registration 9am-10:30am Saturday and Sunday ($10 late fee)

$20 Entry Fee - Includes a free beverage at Pucci’s!
$30/day Lift Tickets - No lift ticket required if you have a valid summer pass.

A - Expert (Male and Female Divisions)
B - Sport (Male and Female Divisions)
C - Beginner (Male and Female Divisions)


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