This year's Park City Point 2 Point was a hot one, certainly one of the top 3 hottest event days we've seen over the last 14 years. The temperatures crept into the low 90s, and the trails were dry; thankfully, a few weeks prior to race day, we had some rain activity, so the trails were in good condition. The 2022 event sold out in 30 minutes, seems the Park City trials still have the same allure … Read More
2021 Park City Point 2 Point Race Recap
Written by: Shannon Boffeli After taking the 2020 season off due to Covid, Utah’s most-anticipated mountain bike race each year returned for its 13th edition. Taking in over 75 miles of Park City, Utah’s, world-renowned singletrack and 10,000 vertical feet of climbing, the Point 2 Point is known as one of the hardest single-day mountain bike races in the country. This year riders from … Read More
2021 Park City Point 2 Point Entry Details
With the 2021 event date set for September 4th, 2021, we are now attempting to cautiously plan registration. All the signs and current efforts are "leaning" toward being able to hold the event, but one never knows. With that in mind, we've pushed the registration dates out a few more weeks so we can better evaluate the situation and not need to do a refund like last spring. Registration for … Read More
Park City Point 2 Point Releases a Virtual Ride for 2020
The Park City Point 2 Point released a virtual challenge. The primary event, originally scheduled for Sept. 3rd, was canceled due to the unknown potential restrictions due to the ongoing pandemic. Race organizer, Jay Burke had this to say, “we released this activity as an outlet for some late summer fun on your bike - it isn’t being pushed out as a race, just something to encourage P2P fans to … Read More
Do Your Body a Favor!
I'd guess that 50% of Point 2 Point riders have the simple goal of finishing the event, without too much discomfort. Because of this, I want to share a secret weapon with you. My name is Jay (I'm the P2P Race Director) and I'm over 50 years old and still active with multiple mountain sports that include alpine skiing and touring, bike racing/riding of all sorts, and nordic skiing, just to … Read More
Photo Time! 2019 Park City Point 2 Point
The #PCP2P2019 was a blast...these photos are proof. Huge thanks to Jay Dash Photography for the dedication put into capturing the true spirit of the event. See you all next year - Can You Do It? … Read More
PCP2P 2019, Can You Do It?
Race day is near, and I thought it would be a good time to remind everyone riding this year of a few important details. First, packet pick-up is this Friday between 3PM - 7PM (racer address is at 6:30PM). The location is at the Basin Recreation Field House located at Kimball Junction. These are a few of the topics that will be covered on Friday night at the Racers Address.• No parking at … Read More
2017 Point 2 Point – New Finish Area!
The Park City Point 2 Point is super excited to announce a new finishing area for 2017. Through generous cooperation with Utah Olympic Park, Snyderville Basin Recreation District, and last but not least, Skullcandy; we will be finishing on the Millennium Trail right in front of the new Skullcandy World Headquarters. More details will unfold regarding the finish area in the coming weeks, but … Read More
2016 Park City Point 2 Point Continues to Challenge…and Reward
In it’s 8th year the Park City Point 2 Point continues to establish itself as a favorite of racers throughout the country. Over 75 miles, the P2P circumnavigates the resort town of Park City, Utah, while traversing the Wasatch mountains and the two world-class ski resorts of Deer Valley and Park City Mountain. A classic fall scene greeted the riders as the maples of the Wasatch range speckled … Read More
The Annual Pre-Ride Weekend, and some Additional Business
Hello Point 2 Point riders! We're about 2 months out from race day, we hope everyone is getting plenty of riding in and enjoying their summer. The first order of business, we will be doing our annual Point 2 Point pre-ride weekend on July 23rd and 24th. We will be meeting at 8AM, the bottom of First Time lift at Park City Resort. We will break into three groups, fast, medium slow, and slow. … Read More