Santa Cruz Andes Pacifico 2020
Race Details:

The Race routes will be published on February 17th - the first day of the event - at 5pm (Chile time)

We do not know our limits until we begin to challenge them. To challenge them is to play with the impossible. It involves passion, courage, persistence. It involves dreaming and trying to really articulate who you are and discover what you are capable of. And then you will challenge yourself, again and again, seeking to go one step further.

If Enduro is your thing, surely at some point in your life you will feel the call of a unique challenge which takes place on spectacular terrain for mountain biking. The call of the Santa Cruz Andes Pacifico. From February 17 to 23 this Enduro race will be held for the seventh consecutive year. A competition that in five days takes some of the best riders in the world to travel Chile from the mountains to the sea.

bigquotesIt is the race I most expect during the year. It is a five-day rally where the competition does not end. It is super strategic, you go through the most remote corners of the mountain range, with different circuits and different types of terrain every day, also sharing with great exponents of cycling, with riders from all over the world. All this together makes it an incredible experience, where there are those who are going to experience it and also those who are going to compete for the podium. I am happy to have won last year, to have been the first Chilean to win it and I have a message for all the gringos: Come well trained because I will defend the crown with claws and fangs. See you in 2020!
— Pedro Burns, actual champion 

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