Q …is the race hard?
A …yes, it is really hard both physically and mentally.
Q…Is there all-day parking at the start area of the Point 2 Point.
A…No there is not. For information about parking during the Point 2 Point see the racer handbook page, optimal is to have someone drop you off. Next best, park at Canyons Village lower lot at bottom of people-mover lift, from there 6 miles most downhill-ish to start area. Once you finish you can hitch a ride (or ride) to your car from Kimball junction (the new finish location).
Q…Is it easy to get lost, should I run a GPS, should I pre-ride the course?
A…you could, you should, and if you can, do it. The Point 2 Point is an open course (trails not closed, or roped off) real mountain bike adventure style race. You ride from one point to another, there are tons of trails that you pass by, cross over, bisect, etc, etc. If you don’t want to get lost, study the course map, bring a cheat sheet, upload the gpx file and run a GPS unit, or pre-ride as much as you can. We do a very good job of marking the course with orange spray chalk, arrows and ribbon, but with a course of this magnitude there will be some places that will challenge some racers. Just be prepared, after all, getting lost is sometimes part of racing.
Q…Is the course open to feeds
A…Yes. Because of limited access to the course for “official” or closed feed zones, you can take a hand-up from anywhere (almost) on the course that you would like to have someone meet you. See more specifics in the racer handbook page.
A…Of course, this needs to be done at the finish line with the race director. Gather the details of your protest and present them before the presentation of the category awards. Once awards to the top five have been presented, they are final. Positions below the top 5 can change after the award presentation but not after the day of the race.
Q…Can I get a refund.
A…WITHDRAWAL POLICY: Stuff happens. It might be injury or a major life change. Whatever happens you have the option to request a withdrawal from the race until August 22nd, 2024 at midnight Mountain Time. AS SOON AS THERE IS SOMEONE ON THE WAITLIST TO TAKE YOUR SPOT, your request to withdraw will be automatically processed and the credit card you used for registration will be refunded the registration fee minus a $40 processing fee. Additionally, carefully read through the weather clause in the waiver, on the “Register” page, or in the Racer Handbook – the PCP2P can not provide full refunds in the event that the race is ever completely cancelled.
Q…Can I transfer my entry
A…You can not transfer your entry to a specific person but by withdrawing from the race, your entry will go to the first person on the waitlist.
Q…Is there a list of Racers
A…Yes, look on the “Categories/Roster” page. Click the link and the classes are broken out here.
Q…Can I change my catagory, email address, emergency contact, ect
A…Yes, email us HERE
Q…Are there maps
A…Yes, check out this page.
Q…What class gets payout and how much?
A…Women’s and Men’s Open/Pro Classes get cash payouts. Both fields pay 5 deep and are equal amounts to male/female, our total cash purse is typically around $13,500! Additionally, each age group winner will win a cash prize, usually in the amount of the race entry and a nights lodging!
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