Bigfoot Productions Sells Big Mountain Enduro Series

by Brian Mullin on November 1, 2012

Bigfoot Productions Sells Big Mountain Enduro Series
Yeti Cycles To Continue As Title Sponsor

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October 2012, Golden, CO) Bigfoot Productions, has announced that it
will sell the Big Mountain Enduro Series to Brandon Ontiveros, one of
the founders of the popular Oregon Enduro Series. Ontiveros’ new
promotion company will be named, Big Mountain Enduro, LLC.

Seeing a lack of viable opportunities for new and aspiring riders,
Bigfoot productions was founded by the principles of Yeti Cycles to
promote and support racing in the Rocky Mountain region. While stepping
away from the race promotion side of racing, Yeti Cycles has signed a
five-year deal to be the title sponsor of the BMES and is committed to
supporting racing at the regional, national and world cup level.
“We’ve
always looked to race promotion as a way of giving back to the
community rather than a source of profit,” said Bigfoot Productions
owner and Yeti President Chris Conroy. “We feel Brandon and his team
will be great stewards of the series and look forward to exiting racing
ahead.”

Bigfoot Productions also announced they will discontinue
the promotion of the Mountain States Cup. The long-standing series has
been the cornerstone of gravity and endurance racing in the Rocky
Mountain region, but with the expansion of bike parks and other
endurance events, the need for MSC has become less obvious. “We remain
committed to gravity and endurance racing, but we found the increasing
costs and decreasing participation made the MSC model unsustainable,”
Conroy said. “It’s an emotional decision for us – we are huge fans of
racing and hope that someone else will find a formula that brings back a
gravity series in the future.”

Announcement of the 2013 Big
Mountain Enduro Series calendar is expected by year’s end and the online
home of the series will remain the same: bigmountainenduro.com

About Bigfoot Productions
Based in Golden, Colorado, Bigfoot Productions was founded by the
principles of Yeti Cycles to grow and promote mountain bike racing in
the Rocky Mountain Region.

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Source – Mark Reidy

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