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Saturday, October 5, 2013

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Epic Mountain Challenge

Over two EPIC days competitors will compete in four stages, combining cross country and time Trial Mountain biking as well as trail and road running. Success in this race will come from consistently strong performance in all four disciplines. A $60,000 prize purse will ensure a high level of competitors and fierce competition in Solo Men, Solo Women, Duo Men and Duo Open categories.

Nightly movies, photo’s, food and beer and a finale concert with reggae legend Pato Banton make this EPIC event truly unique. Based at the Springs Resort & Spa in the heart of Pagosa Springs, CO provides a world-class venue for a seriously EPIC event.

Saturday, October 5, 2013 in Pagosa Springs, CO

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