GFNY Santa Fe is back with a beautiful and challenging course on September 19
GFNY Endurance Sports Series returns to the US for the first time this year with GFNY Santa Fe on Sunday, September 19. The race offers a long course of 75 miles and a (non-competitive) medium course of 61 miles.
The long course, with 7,150 feet of climbing, will take riders from downtown Santa Fe over the open plains and high desert to the dense forests of the southern Rocky Mountains. Riders are likely to test both their legs and their lungs with the near 15 mile climb to the finish line at Ski Santa Fe, leading up to a peak elevation of 10,350 feet.
The medium course also leads through the plains and rolling hills of the high desert but finishes back in downtown Santa Fe.
“We’re glad to be back in Santa Fe after having to sit out last year due to the pandemic. Its unique personality makes Santa Fe a perfect host town for GFNY,” says GFNY CEO Uli Fluhme.
“With GFNY Florida on October 31 we have one more US based race in 2021 but we’re also already looking ahead to 2022 where we have several new US races in the works.”
About GFNY Global Endurance Sports Series
GFNY Global Endurance Sports Series is a sports event company with three decades of experience in racing, planning and organizing events. The global endurance sports brand hosts multiple events throughout the year around the world on five continents.
Working with partners around the world to deliver a first-class experience, GFNY Global Endurance Sports Series puts their athletes first.
20 plus events around the world. View the 2021-2022 calendar here
Riders get to BE A PRO FOR A DAY ® by competing against others, themselves and the clock in a personal endurance challenge.
Top 10% (20% at regional championships) of finishers in each age group qualify for the Racer Corral at every GFNY World event.
GFNY World Championship NYC
The 10th annual GFNY World Championship New York will be held on May 15, 2022. The race features the world’s most international peloton with riders from over 90 countries. Athletes take on a challenging 100-mile route from NYC to Bear Mountain to Fort Lee to compete against each other, the clock and themselves in a personal endurance challenge.
The official GFNY website is: www.gfny.com.
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