Revolution Enduro - Powderhorn Resort, CO
Race Details:

REVOLUTION ENDURO
POWDERHORN RESORT SEPTEMBER 6, 2020
This event is pending final approval from land managers. Follow the social media channels for updates.
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COVID-19 safety protocol and safe distancing practices will be in affect for all Revolution Enduro events.
- Participants will be organized into groups of 25 riders with staggered start times.
- Online registration only. No walk-up registration.
- Online waiver signature only.
- Virtual Racer Meeting
- Racer check-in: timing chips and race plates will given to racers on Race Day.
- No Aide Station. Racers will need to be fully sufficient with enough food and water for the day.

Registration is Open

Revolution Enduro heads to Powderhorn Mountain Resort located in the Grand Mesa National Forest approximately 3 hour 45 minutes from Denver. We are stoked to offer Powderhorn as a race venue, with it’s dramatic setting at the edge of the Grand Mesa and a great mix of technical trails.

- One day, lift service race on Sunday September 6.
- Practice will be on Friday September 4 and Saturday September 5 with discounted lift tickets available to racers.
- Race entry includes four stages, race-day lift ticket, lunch and awards.
- Powderhorn Resort offers FREE CAMPING in the lower parking lot #3
- 4 stages. Note: the Start of Pinball, will begin below the upper rock garden at the trail entrance (not racing the upper rock garden).
- Powderhorn Pub will be open 3-8PM Fri and 11-6PM on Sat & Sun


Cancellation: you can cancel your registration up to 21 days before the race. No refunds.

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