Join us for the 3rd annual Los Alamos Endurofest, August 6th and 7th. This year’s event will be even bigger and better, featuring two days of the most challenging enduro racing available. Los Alamos trails are some of the most rugged in the state. With over 4300’ of climbing and 9500’ of descending, this event will test both your stamina and your riding skills.
Day one highlights the trails in and around the town. Four incredible stages right outside our front door with 2500’ of climbing and over 5500’ of descending. Day two is up at Pajarito Ski Resort; four stages, 1800’ of climbing to access over 4000’ of vertical drop into everything from fast and flowy to steep, rugged, technical riding that will push your complete skill set to its limits.
The weekend won’t be all work and no play, however. After Saturday’s racing we will be hosting a full-on party with free food from El Parasol and free beer (OK, just one free one) from Bathtub Row Brewery.
Make it a family weekend. Los Alamos is loaded with activities. Included with your entry are full passes for your family to the Larry Walkup Aquatic Center. This weekend is a “Warm Water Weekend” that the whole family will love.
On top of all this, your race dollars will be supporting trail access. We will be donating all final proceeds to the Sustainable Trails Coalition.
Free with your entry:
- In-town camping
- Passes to the Walkup Aquatic Center getting you full shower and pool usage on Saturday and Sunday
- Commemorative pint glass
- Live music on Saturday
- Lift ticket on Sunday
Equal payout for men and women
$1000 Pro Purse
4:00-6:00PM – Packet pickup at Fusion Multisport, 106 Central Park Sq.
7:00PM – Free concert at Ashley Pond.
7:00-8:00AM – Packet pickup/Registration at 149 Central Park Sq
8:00AM Racer meeting.
9:00AM Day one starts with four Stages with 2500’ of climbing / 5500’ of descending
After racing is finished, riders are welcome to drive to Pajarito Resort. Lifts will be running for preriding Sunday’s stages
9:00AM Day two starts at Pajarito Mountain Resort; four Stages with 1800’ of climbing / 4000’ of descending