“When we launched Stages Cycling in 2012, we brought this goal of being the ‘power meter for every rider’, including mountain bikers. We see supporting events like the Trans BC as supporting this founding goal,” said Matt Pacocha, Stages Cycling’s marketing manager.
“Enduro is a great highlight of how Stages can help racers perform better on both fronts, from helping them pace and conserve on the climbs, to training their power output for sprints during the special stages.” — Matt Pacocha Stages Cycling marketing manager.
“Riders from around the world are gravitating towards this style of riding and racing, as it’s a way to explore the world and new trails with everything organized for them. All they have to do is book their plane ticket. Most don’t even treat it as a race but merely to challenge themselves, explore outside their comfort zone, and beat their mates.” — Megan Rose, founder and race director of the Trans BC.TrailAddiction’s Enduro2 race in France last year.
“Some of our most passionate ‘Stages” rides have been mountain bike pros who have never had a good power solution for their mountain bikes before Stages Power— riders like Tracy Moseley and Jared Graves. They get it, they want it, now it’s more about letting more mountain bike racers, from XC to DH, know how it can help them too.” — Matt Pacocha, Stages Cycling marketing manager.
Volunteer positions are still available for the event, July 4-9, 2016. All meals, transportation and accommodations will be provided. Depending on your role, most volunteers will be out on course and race some of the event. For more information, contact email@example.com or visit www.transbcenduro.com. You can also find Trans BC on Facebook for the latest details.