Dragonfli Media Delivers Premier Enduro Mountain Bike Series
World-class mountain bike trails are sprinkled throughout the country’s Southwest region. The SCOTT Enduro cup has found a home among bike parks and backcountry trail systems in the area.
Enduro racing, which has European origins, has boomed in popularity in the States. The discipline features multiple timed downhill stages mixed with untimed transfer stages.
Operated by Dragonfli Media Technologies, the 2018 SCOTT Enduro Cup made stops in Moab, Utah; Angel Fire Resort in Angel Fire, New Mexico; Powderhorn Mountain Resort in Mesa, Colo.; and Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah. The four locations featured a wide variety of trails including desert and slickrock riding, grueling backcountry stages and high-alpine terrain with technical descents.
The SCOTT Enduro Cup is dedicated to the progression of the sport, specifically among up-and-coming riders. New to the 2018 season was the inaugural SCOTT Junior Enduro Cup. Over 70 junior riders flocked to the Hartman Rocks Recreation Area in Gunnison, Colo. to put their skills to test.
Dragonfli Media calls on a wide range of capabilities to bring the premier enduro series to life, including event management and operations, implementation of a complex chip-based timing system, traditional and digital marketing needs, content distribution and athlete management.
Since the series’ inception in 2013, Dragonfli Media has worked with sponsors and partners to grow to a four-race series with over 1,000 athletes ranging from professionals to amateurs of all ages, making the SCOTT Enduro Cup a true destination for any rider.
Each stop features a $5,000 prize purse split evenly among pro men and women riders with no shortage of swag and gear up for grabs for each category’s top finishers. SCOTT Enduro Cup athletes have come to expect a highly-organized and professional series combined with a supportive community atmosphere.