Party At Paja Enduro Sept. 8

Courtesy photo
 
MOUNTAIN News:
 
In partnership with Trail Party Promotions, Pajarito Mountain is hosting the Party at Paja Enduro race Saturday, Sept. 8.
 
This one of a kind race  — the only enduro in New Mexico — is sure to be a gravity rider’s favorite since it is a 100 percent lift-accessed Enduro race. Trail Party Promotions has taken the exhaustion and gruelling climbs out of the equation so riders can focus on racing with friends and creating fun memories.
 
Team Trail Party strives to create memorable experiences with a unique format that has been very popular in previous events:
  • Ride with whoever you’d like. Want to roll with the pros? Your significant other? Go for it! You’ll still be timed against your racing class.
  • Ride the stages in any order you’d like (adds some strategy to the game).
  • 4 to 5 stages.
  • All lift accessed.
  • Sportident world-class timing.
  • Best of format (do as many laps as you can, and fastest times are recorded)
 
Also Saturday, Trail Party will host the Intergalactic Foot Down Championship, where the objective is to avoid putting your foot on the ground, and the Universal Lawn Dart (long jump) qualifier after the races.
 
Pajarito Mountain will be offering racers half-priced lift tickets Saturday, Sept. 8 and FREE camping at the base area. The Pajarito Mountain Cafe will be open 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday. For more information, visit Pajarito.ski.
 
Registration is now open for this event and can be found at bikereg.com/party-at-paja.
 
SCHEDULE:
 
Friday Sept. 7
  • Pajarito Mountain lifts: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • Practice laps on trails: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
 
Saturday Sept. 8
  • Timing Chip Pickup: 7:30-9 a.m. (lift area)
  • Riders meeting at base: 9 a.m. (lift area)
  • Racers load up: 9:30 a.m.
  • Timing chips returned: 2 p.m.
  • Foot Down and Long Jump Championships
  • Awards
 
Team Trail Party promotes and executes mountain bike races, hosts skills clinics, builds trails and progressive trails with the goal of growing the community throughout the southwest. A portion of the proceeds from every race goes to new trail development that all riders in the area can enjoy.
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