Advance registration is required. There will be no race day registration. This year we will be debuting a new race course with 3 divisions - 50 Mile Solo Racer, 50 Mile Team of 2 and 25 Mile Solo Racer.
(Before May 1st)
(Before August 1st)
(After August 1st)
|50 Mile Team||$160||$180||$200|
New Course Information
The Power of Four Mountain Bike course is new and improved for 2019! Click here
to learn more about the route.
Racer Check in & Bib Pickup
Check-in will be on Friday August 16th from 4pm to 7pm in the Snowmass Pavillion which is at the end of the Snowmass Mall. All racers must check in to sign a waiver and pick-up a racer bib. We will also have a gift bag for each racer. If you cannot make it during this time please reach out to Brendan at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements for day of pickup.
MANDATORY Day of RACER CHECK-INAll racers will be required to check in the morning of the race prior to the start. This includes those that picked up their bib the previous day.
The start for both distance races will be in Snowmass Base Village.
| 50 Mile (solo racer)||7:00am|
| 50 Mile (team of 2)||7:00am|
| 25 Mile (solo racer)||7:00am|
Both distances will finish at the same location on Fanny Hill just above the concert stage near the Snowmass Mall.
Racers competing in the 50 Mile events will need to begin their second lap by noon otherwise you will not be allowed to continue for safety reasons.
Parking is available in the Snowmass Base Village garage. Free parking is also available at the Brush Creek Lot (intersection of Highway 82 and Brush Creek Road) with free buses to Snowmass.
Each racer will be allowed to deposit one bag at the start/finish. In an effort to reduce waste we will not provide a bag, please bring your own. Make sure your name and bib number are clearly written on the outside of the bag.
The course will be marked with black & yellow striped tape and pink directional signage with the event logo.
Aid StationsThe aid stations will have water, electrolyte mix, Red Bull, Coca Cola, pretzels, potato chips, candy and other snacks to keep you fueled.
You should plan to be able to make it from aid station to station without additional support.