Mark Your Calendar for the Inaugural El Doce at Pow Mow

July 25 2017

Ogden Valley, Utah (July 2017)- Grab your amigos for the inaugural El Doce at Pow Mow, a 12-hour endurance, cross-country mountain bike race taking place August 19. Set in the heart of the Wasatch at Powder Mountain Ski Resort and powered by the GOAL Foundation, El Doce at Pow Mow aims to be Northern Utah's premier 12-hour Mountain Bike Event. With roughly 11 miles of IMBA designed trails per lap, El Doce is a perfect balance of a challenging course, rewarding vistas at every turn and interesting features that you don't find on most trails.

“Our team has put a lot of time in developing the ideal course that will honor the adventurous mountain bike spirit that is alive within Ogden” stated GOAL Foundation president, Jenny Scothern. “El Doce at Pow Mow will be a homegrown fiesta where seasoned pros and weekend warriors can be the first to race on Powder Mountains expanded trail system.”

Riders will ride solo or as part of a relay team to try to get in as many laps as possible in a 12 or 6-hour time frame. The course features gold star singletrack with roughly 1100’ of ascent and descent per lap. Spectators and team members will enjoy a festive pit environment with access to Powder Mountain’s lodge, food and facilities while they wait for their athlete to complete their lap(s). With miles of ridgelines, rocky descents and high-mountain alpine riding, El Doce at Pow Mow will not only satisfy the recreational athlete but will test even the most conditioned riders.

“We love building grass-root races and encouraging people to ‘Get Out And Live’ all year,” said Scothern.” “We are a group passionate about mountain sports and providing the best possible experience to our racers, vendors, and spectators.”

All registrations include a meal, a mug and a frosty beverage of your choice for the race finish celebration. To register and for more information visit

Event Details:

El Doce at Pow Mow

12 Hour/6 Hour – Endurance, Cross-Country MTB Race

Date: 8-19-2017

7:00 am to 7:00 pm

Powder Mountain Timberline Lodge Staging

12 Hour Division Details:

August 19th, 2017

7am - 7pm

Solo Division: General Category M-F, El Maestro 50 and over M-F

2 Person Teams: U19 M-F-Mixed Gender, General Category M-F-Mixed Gender

3-4 Person Teams: U19 M-F-Mixed Gender, General Category M-F-Mixed Gender

6 Hour Division Details:

August 19th, 2017

8am - 2pm

Solo Division: General Category M-F, El Maestro 50 and over M-F

2 Person Teams: U19 M-F-Mixed Gender, General Category M-F-Mixed Gender

No 3 or 4 person teams

El Doce - Race Day Information

*All racers need to attend a pre-race briefing at 6:30 am before race start. We will meet in the bike staging area just outside of Timberline Lodge at Powder Mountain Ski Resort. Pre-race briefing for the 6 Hour division will be at 7:30 am.

Getting To the Venue: El Doce at Pow Mow is held at Powder Mountain Ski Resort, just east of Eden, Utah via Hwy 158. Please be aware that the average grade over approximately 5 miles on this roadway is 14% so large trailers and RV's are discouraged.

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Race Number Pick Up: 5:30 am - 6:30 am, Inside Timberline Lodge. 6 Hour division can pick up until 7:30 am.

Pre-Race Meeting: 6:30 am in the bike staging area. There will be another briefing for 6 Hour division at 7:30 am.

Start Time: 12 Hour Division 7:00 am, 6 Hour Division 8:00 am

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6 Hour division awards will be at 3:00 pm

12 Hour division awards will be at 8:00 pm

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About Goal Foundation

The Goal Foundation is a non-profit organization that was founded shortly after the 2002 Olympic Winter Games. With the assistance of a myriad of local businesses and thousands of volunteers, the GOAL Foundation’s aim is to attract, organize, support and encourage premier athletic events that promote an active lifestyle. The Foundation produces a number of events including the Ogden Marathon, the Winter Race Circuit, Mountain 2 Metro, as well as facilitates a Young Runners programs in 16 Ogden area afterschool programs and produces youth summer camps.

Vision Statement-We envision a Greater Ogden community that thrives economically and is healthier in mind, body, and spirit.

Our mission is to inspire the Greater Ogden Community and its visitors to “Get Out and Live” by participating, volunteering and spectating at recreational events, programs and activities.

For additional information on the GOAL Foundation visit


About Visit Ogden

Ogden, the crossroads of the West, located in Weber County is 35 minutes north of the Salt Lake International Airport. The area inspires visitors with more than 170,000 acres of National Forest, three ski resorts, more than 210 miles of single-track trail for hiking and mountain biking and 13,000 acres of lakes connected by pristine rivers for paddle sports and fishing.

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