NEW! Introducing the Colorado Pass

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Colorado Pass

Couldn’t swing all five stops? Looking to save some cash? Really into Colorado? We get it. To celebrate the addition of our two newest stops, we’re giving racers the option to purchase a new “Colorado Pass”: a discounted option for those looking to partake in Enduro Cup’s Colorado jubilation, complete with Rocky Mountain revelry.

Colorado Pass – $240

Race Durango and Powderhorn and save 20%!

Colorado Pass – Durango & Powderhorn – Register HERE

Important: This pass is only available through July 11. Don’t miss out!

If you’ve already registered for one of the two races and would like to add the other, send an email to We’ll offer you a sweet deal, à la carte.

Enduro Cup registration is open to men, women, professionals, amateurs and juniors. All registration fees include a race entry, T-Shirt, Sierra Nevada beer voucher, lift ticket for race days and lunch on race days. Register now and join us in at two amazing Colorado locations!

Enduro Cup makes it’s inaugural stop in Durango for the third round of the 2018 season. Surrounded by the San Juan Mountains, Durango and Purgatory Resort boast some of the most beautiful riding in the state. Spruce and aspen forests cover the high alpine and wildflowers bloom in mountain meadows. Riders can expect climbs at altitude, abundant wildlife and technical descents through this southwest Colorado playground. Round 3 rolls to the Grand Mesa of Western Colorado for a single-day race at one of the newest downhill bike parks in the state. While trails are limited, lift-served terrain offers big jumps, technical rock gardens and high speeds through forests of aspen that will test even the best riders. Exceptional views and cool summer weather provide the perfect setting, as riders top out at 9,850 feet. The Powderhorn stop will be primarily lift-accessed, with very little climbing. Located near Grand Junction, Powderhorn is a new stop you won’t want to miss. The SCOTT Enduro Cup presented by Vittoria at Powderhorn, CO is July 28, 2018.

Round 4 of the 2018 Enduro Cup season will feature backcountry and lift-accessed racing at Purgatory Resort. Purgatory has deep downhill roots, having played host to the first-ever World Mountain Bike Championships in 1990. The SCOTT Enduro Cup presented by Vittoria in Durango, CO is Aug 11-12, 2018.

2018 SCOTT Enduro Cup presented by Vittoria Race Schedule
Round 1 – Moab, UT – May 5
Round 2 – Angel Fire, NM – June 9-10
Round 3 – Powderhorn, CO – July 28
Round 4 – Durango, CO – Aug 11-12
Round 5* – Park City, UT – Aug 25-26
*Enduro World Series Qualifier stop

Let’s do this, Colorado.