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One day. FOUR stages. 4,000 vertical feet.

The stages and transfers of our 1-day Enduro will test riders’ fitness, technical skills, and drive. Whether you’re new to the discipline or are a seasoned competitor, riders should look forward to this gritty trail ride in the singletrack utopia of Eagle, CO just 30 minutes west of Vail.

Riders can expect over 25 miles of total riding with 4 timed stages covering 6+ miles of screamin’ downhill

Thursday, June 8

MANDATORY RIDERS MEETING – 4pm (Golden Peak Grill)

Friday, June 9

Pro (Men & Women) – 8am

Amateur (Men & Women) – 8am

Masters (Men & Women) – 8am

U21 (Men & Women) – 8am



The GoPro MTN Enduro event will consist of multiple stages over the course of the day. Each downhill stage will be run in an individual time trial format. There will be untimed transition stages (transfers) that require pedaling to the next stage. Shuttles are not allowed. A rider’s time on any stage will be chip-timed. Riders will have a window in which to complete all the stages/timed segments. If you miss the time allocated, you will not be eligible for category awards, but you will be listed in the results. The racer with the overall fastest combined timed stages will win the event.

To preserve the course’s trails, we will not have any official practice before the race begins. However, stage maps and course descriptions will be published the day before the race. Cutting of the course or across switchbacks is strictly prohibited, and riders are required to stay on marked trails. Please do not use trails when they are excessively wet or muddy. All competitors must be self-sufficient during the race and should display a high level of sportsmanship.


The GoPro Mountain Games is excited to expand once again. This year we will be utilizing even more of the great single-track trails that Eagle has to offer. Riders will start and finish at Eagle Pool & Ice Rink.

Please be aware that while bib pick-up will be available on-site Friday morning from 7:00- 7:30 am, all riders will have to go to the main GoPro Mountain Games Registration in Golden Peak, Vail, during open hours Wednesday-Sunday (see ‘Registration Info’ below) to pick up their athlete gift bags.

Wednesday, June 7th
7:00 am – 6:00 pm: Bib and gift bag pick-up OPEN in Golden Peak, Vail.
11:59 pm: Online registration closes. There will be no on-site registration in Eagle.

Thursday, June 8th
7:00 am – 6:00 pm: Bib and gift bag pick-up OPEN in Golden Peak, Vail.
8:00 am: Official start list, course maps and routing published.
4:00pm: Mandatory Rider Meeting at the Golden Peak Grill in Vail to discuss race route, rules, start list, and overall event schedule.

Friday, June 9th
7:00 am: Eagle Pool & Ice Rink opens to riders for breakfast, coffee, bike maintenance, etc.
7:00 – 7:30 am: On-site bib pick-up at Eagle Pool & Ice Rink.
7:30 am: Course Marshals sweep the course.
8:00 am: Race Begins- First wave of riders depart from Eagle Pool & Ice Rink.
1:00 – 4:00 pm: Festivities at Eagle Pool & Ice Rink (expo vendors, awards, food & beverage, music, etc.)


All GoPro MTN Enduro athlete registrations include a GoPro Mountain Games athlete gift bag (t-shirt included).

Competitor racing age is determined by the age of the rider on the date you register. Please take care to register for the correct age group.

GoPro MTN Enduro registration closes at 11:59pm on Wednesday, June 7th.

Athletes are encouraged to pick up their bibs and gift bags at Registration in Golden Peak in Vail on Wednesday, June 7th and Thursday, June 8th from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm.

On-site bib pick-up will be available Friday, June 9th from 7:00-7:30 am at Eagle Pool & Ice Rink, but there will be no gift bag pick up on race day in Eagle. If you pick up your bib in Eagle on Friday morning, your gift bag must be picked up in Golden Peak during the following hours:
Wednesday (6/7): 7:00 am- 6:00 pm
Thursday (6/8): 7:00 am- 6:00 pm
Friday (6/9): 7:00 am- 6:00 pm
Saturday (6/10): 7:00 am- 6:00 pm
Sunday (6/11): 7:00 am- 2:00 pm

All or part of the event is conducted on Public Lands under special permit from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.


The competition is open to all interested athletes regardless of state and/or country of residency. Competitors who are under the age of 18 must register with a parent or legal guardian. Competitors must be able to attend all scheduled events. Athletes will be required to provide all their own equipment. Further, athletes must abide by all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations during their participation in the Mountain Games®.


Athletes agree to be bound by these Official Rules and all decisions of Organizers. Organizers reserve the right to disqualify any persons found tampering with, or otherwise abusing, any aspect of the competition as solely determined by Organizers.


Organizers will appoint judges and the decision of those judges will be final. There will be no review of scoring / timing even with the presence of TV cameras. Disputes with Organizers and/or appointed judges will result in disqualification of that athlete.


Organizers reserve the right to disqualify any athlete for any reason, including, without limitation, acting in an unsafe, unsportsmanlike or disruptive manner and/or with intent to intimidate, threaten or harass, or harm another person. All decisions with respect to the disqualification of an athlete shall be made by Organizers and/or appointed judges. Failure to comply with any term or condition of these Official Rules may result in an athlete’s disqualification and the forfeiture of his/her interest in any prize. Organizers reserve the right to amend these Official Rules at any time in its sole discretion, and athletes shall have no recourse for any such changes or for any failure (whether inadvertent or otherwise) by Organizers to follow the stated rules. In the event that the competition is canceled prior to the completion of the final event, no prizes will be awarded. If the Tournament is cancelled prior to June 1st, for any reason, athletes will be reimbursed only for his/her entry fee. Athletes will not be otherwise compensated for any costs or expenses associated with their participation in the competition.


The Mountain Games® will be organized and produced by staff and contractors hired from and by the Vail Valley Foundation. The decisions of Organizers regarding the selection and elimination of athletes, the selection of finalists and winners, and the production and administration of Mountain Games® related events, and all other aspects of the event, shall be final and binding in all respects. Organizers will not be responsible for typographical, printing or other inadvertent errors in these Official Rules or in other materials relating to the event.




Early Bird (2/15-3/14)


Standard (3/15-6/7)


Event (6/8-6/11)


Vet Expert Men (30+)
Amateur (Men & Women
, 21-39)
Master (Men & Women, 40+)
U21 (Men & Women)
Youth Men ‘Groms’ (10-16)
Early Bird (2/15-3/14)


Standard (3/15-6/7)


Event (6/8-6/11)



Total Purse = $10,000

MEN – (Overall – All Categories)
1st – $2,500
2nd – $1,500
3rd – $1,000

WOMEN (Overall – All Categories)
1st – $2,500
2nd – $1,500
3rd – $1,000

Price & Prizes

Golden Peak Grill (Vail, CO)

event race

Eagle Town Park (Eagle, CO)


MTN Enduro

eagle, co

Feeling like a million bucks is easy on Eagle’s world-class mountain bike trails!  Their trail system is unique, with over 100 miles of singletrack.  Built with all levels of riders in mind, your ride will take you over a variety of winding singletrack through high desert, aspen groves and dense, fragrant evergreen forests. The town-owned open space trails are open April 15-December 15 every year. BLM trails such as Boneyard, Redneck Ridge and the first 2 loops of the Haymaker Trail stay open year-round. Eagle is located directly off I-70, just 30 minutes west of Vail.