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El Doce at Pow Mow

El Doce at Pow Mow on July 29, 2023


We are looking forward to another epic El Doce race this year! It’s great to see the sunshine after such a long winter. Although the snow is starting to melt, Powder Mountain is still under a huge snow load. To allow ample time for the course to melt off and be ready to ride, we are pushing the event back by two weeks. The 6th annual El Doce at Pow Mow will now be held on July 29, 2023.

Registered riders please check your email for further instruction. We are committed to having a base area and course that are in great shape and appreciate your understanding of the date change. The GOAL Team is looking forward to celebrating with you when Powder Mountain turns into Dirt Mountain this summer and can’t wait for the 6th annual El Doce on July 29th!

July 29, 2023 | Powder Mountain Resort, Utah

Welcome to the 6th annual El Doce at Pow Mow, powered by the GOAL Foundation. Presented by Roosters Brewing Co.

El Doce is the perfect balance of:
  • epic trails
  • party vibes
  • camping
  • great food
  • frosty beverages!
Held in the picturesque setting of Powder Mountain, El Doce at Pow Mow is Northern Utah's premier 12-hour mountain bike event with 15.2 miles of IMBA designed trails per lap and roughly 1900' ascent. 12-Hour & 6-Hour events available.


El Doce is perfect for riders that just want to ride and have fun, and challenging enough for even the most seasoned competitor. This is an endurance mountain bike race. The individual, duo, or team with the most laps within their category WINS!


El Doce Teams


Inside your team captain account, you can view and share your unique team
registration link, see registered and pending members, message team members, and customize your team page.

1. Log into your El doce account and choose your team captain
2. Invite your team members through either the Invite People form or send your members your unique team registration link.
3. In the Settings tab, you will have the ability to update your team name and description.
4. Click the Open Team Page button to share your team's page with your team members.

Log in to your account by clicking here


General Category | Male, Female
Masters 50+ | Male, Female
Under 19 | Male, Female

General Category | Male, Female, Mixed

TEAMS (3-4 Person):
General Category | Male, Female, Mixed


General Category | Male, Female
Masters 50+ | Male, Female
Under 19 | Male, Female

General Category | Male, Female, Mixed

No 3-4 person teams

El Jefe Challenge



El Jefe Challenge”, the not-so-corporate cup, will be a traveling trophy for businesses. This traveling trophy will definitely bring big bragging rights to whatever bike shop, brewery, law firm, bike industry partner, hospital, municipality, or business that you throw out the challenge to. If you work in organizations with mountain bikers, please encourage them to sign up for a team. The “El Jefe Challenge” is for 12 Hour | 3-4 person teams.

2022 El Jefe Holder — Wadman Corporation
2021 El Jefe Holder —Team Weber High 1
2019 El Jefe Holder — Intermountain Live Well
2018 El Jefe Challenge Winner — Lowe Law Group



Camping will be FREE and first-come, first-serve in the Sundown Parking Lot on Friday and Saturday night. Camping will be limited to the Sundown Parking Lot only. Please be courtious to others and only take the space you need.

The Sundown bathrooms will be open for the public to use while staying overnight.

Camping Rules

  • Self-Contained Camping Only: Vans, Trailers, Cabover Campers, 5th Wheels, Truck Bed with Topper, inside of SUV or Car.
  • NO Ground Tents
  • NO Roof Top Tents
  • NO Open Fires
  • NO Gas Fire Pits
  • NO Pellet Smokers
  • NO Charcoal Grills
  • NO Generators

Dogs must be leashed at all times. We ask that you please follow and be respectful of all the camping rules to ensure that we minimize our footprint to our beautiful setting.


Mitch Shaum | Powder Mountain | Terrain Park & Event Operations Manager


6965 E Hwy 158, Eden, UT 84310

Covid Plan

This will be re-evaluated on a monthly basis. We will continue to comply with Weber County guidelines.

Due to the size and nature of this event, we are confident that we will be able to proceed with our in-person El Doce event this year! We will have safety protocols and guidelines from the health department in place in order to provide a safe environment.

We will follow all recommendations and requirements from State and Local Health Officials to ensure a safe experience for everyone involved. Should recommendations and requirements change prior to the race, we will update this page to reflect the most current recommendations, requirements and precautions that we will be taking for the event. We look forward to seeing you and are committed to providing a safe experience for everyone involved.


· Recommend social distancing when possible.

· Hand sanitizer will be available at entry and exit points, as well as vendor booths.

If you have any COVID19 related symptoms we respectfully ask that you please stay home: Temperature of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or above, chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea

The Law

Registration Policy:
No e-bikes are allowed on course during this event.
Riders must be at least 14 years of age on race day to participate on a team or as a solo rider.

Registrations are non-refundable. If you would like to transfer your registration to another participant, you may do so for a $25 fee.

You may change from one event category to another for a fee of $25 or the difference of the race price at the time of transfer, whichever is greater. No refunds will be given if you transfer to a lesser category and the $25 fee still applies. Transfer deadline TBD (early June)

Rules of the Race:

1) Be courteous. There are plenty of passing opportunities on this course but if you must pass right this minute, please do so in a kind way. If you have a mechanical issue, please repair it on the side of the course and allow riders to pass easily. We're all out here having a good time!

2) Be a good person. No littering, help out if someone is in need, use restrooms where available, smile, and say thanks to all of the great volunteers out on course.

3) Riders must be registered. No poaching, please. It's rude. Refer to rules #1 and #2

4) Be Prepared. This is a self-support course and it isn't downhill both ways (1,900' ish feet of up and down fun over 15.5 miles). We will NOT be offering a bag drop. All of your support will need to be on you or at the solo or neutral support zone at base camp. If you have a mechanical issue while out, it's always a good idea to have something on you to take care of minor problems like flats, chains, etc... There will also be patrols out supporting the race if you really need an SOS.

5) Lap Rules. Don't cheat, we're (our technology is) watching!

SOLO Riders:
If you plan on riding through and doing another lap without taking a break, you do not have to have to dismount and check-in/out at the exchange area. You only need to dismount and check-in at the exchange tent if you are taking a break.

Duo & Team riders:
When teams are transitioning from rider to rider, each person must exit and enter the course through the exchange tent.
When you are out on course, as you approach the transition area, you must dismount your bike and exit to the right in the transition area. Your next team member going out, will not begin until you have crossed the timing mat, and exited the course through the transition area.

6) No riding in Pit Zone. Succinctly put, No riding in Pit Zone.

7) Last Lap. The last lap cut-off for the 12 division is at 6:00 pm. The last lap cut-off for the 6-hour division is also at 6:00 pm.

8) We make every reasonable attempt to resolve issues in a timely, fair and courteous manner. If you have a problem or issue, please find a race official and express your concerns. The GOAL Foundation as the governing organization will make a final decision and notify you within a reasonable amount of time.

9) No Headphones. Due to the nature of our course, we need to have all of our riders alert and able to hear when other riders are approaching.
The GOAL Foundation, producer of El Doce, is happy to announce Roosters Brewing Company as the title sponsor of
El Doce at Pow Mow.

Roosters has played a huge role in the event and been a sponsor of El Doce and since its inception. We are thrilled to have them as the event's title sponsor as we prepare for the 6th year of El Doce at Powder Mountain on July 29, 2023.

Check out this short video from our friends, Kym & Pete, owners of Roosters Brewing Co.


El Doce - The Video

Drone | GoPro Footage

Heading to Paper Airplane

PRESENTED BY: Roosters Brewing Co.

Roosters Brewing Co.
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