Pro Mountain Bike Ultra-Endurance Tour set for 2012

  
  


Pua Mata topped the women's field of the 2011 USA Cycling Pro Mountain Bike Ultra-Endurance Tour.
Pua Mata topped the women's field of the 2011 USA Cycling Pro Mountain Bike Ultra-Endurance Tour.
USA Cycling announced Friday the dates and locations for the 2012 USA Cycling Pro Mountain Bike Ultra-Endurance Tour (Pro UET).
 
The Pro UET recognizes the best competitors in 6-hour, 24-hour, marathon and ultra-marathon mountain bike competitions across the country.
 
The calendar begins on March 10 with the Spa City 6-Hour Mountain Bike Race in Hot Springs, Ark., before making two consecutive stops in California. The first stop in California is in Lake Morena for the Sagebrush Safari 50 on May 20 before continuing with the Big Bear 50 in Big Bear Lake on June 3. The calendar’s penultimate date is June 30 for the Galena Grinder Whit Henry Memorial in Galena Lodge, Idaho, which will serve as a kickoff to the 2012 USA Cycling Mountain Bike Cross-Country National Championships in Ketchum, Idaho, from July 5-8. The Pro UET concludes on July 21 with 12 Hours of Snowmass in Snowmass, Colo.
 
In 2011, Manuel Prado (Huntington Beach, Calif./Team Sho-air) topped the men’s standings while Pua Mata (Huntington Beach, Calif./Team Sho-air) won three of four events to top the women’s standings.



Below is a look at the complete 2012 USA Cycling Pro Mountain Bike Ultra-Endurance Tour:

March 10 Spa City 6-Hour Mountain Bike Race Hot Springs, Ark.
May 20 Sagebrush Safari 50 Lake Morena, Calif.
June 3 Big Bear 50 Big Bear Lake, Calif.
June 30 Galena Grinder Whit Henry Memorial Galena Lodge, Idaho
July 21 12 Hours of Snowmass Snowmass, Colo.

USA Cycling previously announced the dates and venues for the 2012 USA Cycling Pro Mountain Bike Cross-Country Tour (Pro XCT).


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