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The Audi Power of Four Mountain Bike Race has evolved and the course is going to be completely new this year. The 2019 course is going to utilize some of the best single track in the valley over a 25 mile loop that will start and finish in Snowmass Base Village. There will be 3 divisions including 50 Mile Solo Racer, 25 Mile Solo Racer and 50 Mile Team of 2. The 50 Mile Solo Racer division is the only event eligible for Triple Crown prizing.
Additional race information can be found at https://www.aspensnowmass.com/while-you-are-here/events/audi-power-of-four-mountain-bike.
For elite mountain athletes, the Audi Power of Four Race Series is the quintessential test of endurance, skill and mental fortitude. Stretching across winter and summer, and featuring three disciplines — ski mountaineering (or SkiMo for short), mountain biking and trail running — each race has become a marker in the personal lives of the athletes. The routes vary, but each one threads together a route that goes up and over Snowmass, Buttermilk, Aspen Highlands and, finally, Aspen Mountain.
Whether you are game for the whole enchilada, looking to compete in the shortened "Power of Two" race, or you want to cheer on the racers, we have the lowdown for you here.
The Power of Four Triple Crown recognizes athletes that have competed in the full distance of all three disciplines (SkiMo, MTB & Run) within the same calendar year. The top 3 combined times of each gender will take home a portion of the $6000 prize purse.