Race Details:

Presented By: The Borderland Mountain Bike Association

We are back for the 15th El Paso Puzzler!!  This will be another EPIC race spread over two days.  

   15 mile race - Saturday January 15th, 2022

   35 mile race - Sunday January 16th, 2022

   50 mile race - Sunday January 16th, 2022

   Kids race - Sunday January 16th, 2022

All proceeds from the Puzzler are used to support the Borderland Mountain Bike Association - Not for profit, run by all volunteers.  We support our mountain and trail system with any money made!!!

50 mile race, CASH PAYOUT for top 5 overall finishers, both women and men paid equally (non e-bike)

   1st place - $400

   2nd place - $250

   3rd place.- $125

   4th place - $75

   5th place $50

Parking: Parking is limited at the venue and will be first come first serve.  Parking will be charged $5 at the gate, once full you will need to park near the Lost Cow Trailhead and ride the 1 mile to the venue.  Carpooling is great for the environment and also a great way to get into the venue, show up with 3 registered racers (15, 35 or 50 miles) in the same vehicle and we will waive the $5 parking fee.  We are also working on a shuttle option (more to come).

Camping: camping is available at the venue for $10, gates open Friday the 14th at noon and are locked on Monday the 17th at 10am.  No water, no electric, just a lot of fun.

Covid 19: BMBA will be committed to do everything we can to stop the spread, through additional handwash stations, anti-bacterial gel, etc.  If for any reason the city or state leaders place unplanned restrictions on our event and we have to cancel, this will be out of our control.  We will offer either a virtual race, move the registration to 2023, or refund minus online registration fees.

Southern Border:  For all of our amazing racers in Mexico, if for some reason the government does not open the border to travel for race day and you are regietered and can not cross the border, and if you request the refund prior to 8am on race day via email to [email protected], you will recieve a full refund mins the Bikereq fees.   We understand you want to race, we want you to race, but the governement may have the border restriction still in place.  So register now, get the early registration fees and we have your back.   Por todos los amigos de Mexico, si por un razon no abren las puentes para que pueden cruzar, si piden su reembolzo antes de a las 8am dia del Puzzler via [email protected], vamos a regresar su dinero de inscripciones minus los cargos de bikereq (mas o menos $4 USD).

 

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