Park City Point 2 Point bike race returning for 15th time

Parkite and Olympian Keegan Swenson rides in the PCP2P race last summer. Swenson is not participating in the 15th annual race today, which Race Director Jay Burke thinks will lead to a more competitive race.
Photo by Dirk Badenhorst/Courtesy of PCP2P

The Park City Point 2 Point mountain bike race returns for the 15th time on Saturday, Sept. 2, with riders from Utah and 19 additional states traversing the town’s trails. True to its name, riders will seldom see a trail more than once as they traverse the courses 75 miles and 10 thousand feet in elevation. Race Director Jay Burke lauded the local, excellent trail system and mentioned that Parkites should come out to see what should be a more competitive race this year without Parkite and Olympian Keegan Swenson amongst the field.


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