Where's Your Aspen?

Aspen Snowmass is the only American stop in the Enduro World Series. It brings hundreds of racers from around the world, ranging from pro-gravity teams to amateurs. Aside from it being a crazy competitive field, the race throws riders down 15,000 feet of descending through raw, alpine and high-desert trails. Considering the incredibly stacked field, our racers performed phenomenally on wet and variable stretches of the track.

Scott Countryman took 54th at Aspen EWS. Photo by Sven Martin.

Scott Countryman took 54th at Aspen EWS. Photo by Sven Martin.

111 riders competed in the Men's Pro field. Factory team racers from every major manufacturer had representatives in the field. Scott Countryman took 54th over all with clean runs and a smooth race.

We had two women racers compete in the Women's Pro and Women's Masters. Alex Pavon took 25th over all in the women's field out of 39. Considering this was her first race back after breaking her hand at the Santa Fe BME at the beginning of the season, we would say that's a strong finish!

Amber Tinstman, 1st in Women's Masters. Photo courtesy of Amber Tinstman.

Amber Tinstman, 1st in Women's Masters. Photo courtesy of Amber Tinstman.

Our Viceroy racer, Amber Tinstman, took 1st in the Women's Masters division. Her daughter, Isabella Naughton, also competed in the Women's Under 21 category and took 4th place.

Congratulations to all of our racers. We know the season is coming to its final stages. You're all tired, but we encourage you all to keep up the hard work.

Cover photo by Eddie Clark Media. Rider: Alex Pavon.