Records Expected at 24-Hour in Moab

Oct 8, 2009
Outside Magazine

USA Cycling reports that the 24-Hour Mountain Bike National Championships as well as 24 Hours of Moab are expected to draw more than 4,000 athletes, support crew and spectators to Utah this coming weekend (Oct. 10-11).  Beyond the $24,000 cash purse, this year's 24 -Hour Mountain Bike National Championships will be six time 24-hour solo champ Chris Eatough's last professional race.  In addition, female rider Pua Sawicki will attempt to make a Guinness World record as the first recorded woman to ride the most miles on a mountain bike in 24 hours.  Follow the race in real time

--Alison Kelman


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