The Dirty Sanchez Enduro

Up in Grass Valley, CA there are 260 acres of privately owned land that has been shaped into a network of private trails for mountain biking, moto, and any other outdoor shenanigans you can think of. Here is where the Sanchez family hosts The Dirty Sanchez Enduro - an invitational, rocky, rooty, and rowdy old time (according to the racers that go). Seriously, there was a victory lap that included a 30 person pile up.... no one was hurt. The event also included Semper Fi Advanced Mountain Bike Camp. The camp provided wounded veterans the opportunity to ride the trails at TDS - including some pretty rad looking wall rides. Check out more pics from the entire event at the TDS Enduro Facebook page. 

Scott Countryman made it up there for his second year at the TDS after the Sea Otter Classic came to a close. After two days with 7 stages each, and a pack of talented riders that included old friends Mason Bond and Ryan Geiger, Scott took 3rd right behind Dan Chiang and Marco Osborne. Mason took 4th and Ryan took 20th.

Sounds like it was an awesome time with lots of fun and heckling involved. The Sanchez family knows how to do it right. Once again a big congrats to ya, Scott!