About the Abajo Enduro.
The Abajo Enduro is an epic two-day, three stage enduro takes place in a hidden enclave of Utah’s best kept secret we call the Abajo Mountains of San Juan County, overlooking the Bears Ears National Monument.
If South east Utah has you thinking desert, this enduro will give you a whole new perspective. With Monticello as the basecamp, you will be shuttled to each stage and in turn descend through pine, fir, aspen, and eventually red rock country. You will encounter double and single track, wicked fast flowy descents, and tech gnar. With only 50 racer slots, make sure you register early! You can expect a hot race!
Stages to be announced May 2019.
$50 Early registration closed December 31, 2018 @ 11:59PM.
Where can I find race updates?
Follow our event’s Facebook page: @abajoenduro18. As race day approaches please be sure to check this facebook page and/or your email. We will utilize both methods as our primary communication if there are start time changes (typically due to weather or trail conditions).
Is there a cap on riders?
We only accept 50 riders for this race. If our racer cap has been met we do have a waiting list.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
We accept junior racers 16 years of age and up.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Shuttles will be provided to all event stages. Initial shuttle pick up and parking will be provided at Roam Industry, 265 North Main Monticello UT
What are my camping/overnight options?
Additional lodging options can be found here.
Can you pre-ride the event?
Pre-ride shuttles will be available. All registered racers will receive 1 complimentary shuttle to all stages prior to event. All shuttle reservations can be made by calling/texting 435.590.2741 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional shuttles are $20/rider, please be sure to tip your driver!
What equipment is required?
Your fine tuned bike & helmet. We recommend a basic kit of water, flat repair, snack, etc. Our trails are rough and you should be prepared in the case of a flat tire/basic mechanical.
Race day support?
EMS will be onsite, typically in the form of a dirt bike sweeping the race. There will be no aid stations available on the race course. Riders are expected to come prepared to take care of any personal mechanicals.
Is this event family friendly?
Yes! We encourage you to bring your families, end of stages are accessible for spectatorship. The end of race award ceremony includes food and a raffle for the entire family. For more information on things to do in the area visit: https://utah.com/monticello
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Message us on our Facebook page, email us (email@example.com), or call/text us 435-590-2741