The myth becomes reality with the Whole Enchilada Enduro race in Moab, September 29-30 2012. From Burro Pass all the way to the bottom of Porcupine Rim, this should be a truly epic enduro event. The Whole Enchilada is arguably one of the most distinguishable trails on the planet. Linking up several Moab favorites, this trail spans almost 30 miles and has a cumulative descent of over 7,000 feet. The beauty of this ride is not just the sheer scale of it – but its diversity. The Whole Enchilada Enduro turns an epic all-day ride into a test of fitness and technical skills as riders race from the top of the La Sal Mountains down through four different climate zones to Porcupine Rim, where they finish just above the Colorado River. Starting in high alpine forest at Burro Pass, riders will transitions to aspens, high desert and finish off plummeting down to the Colorado River on exposed single track. The type of riding will be vastly diverse as well: from slow, steep and technical rocky singletrack to wide open high speed sections and everything in between.
Complete info at www.enchiladaenduro.com