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Save $100 Before July 1 on Entry for Baja Epic Stage Race

June 19, 2008
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Mountain Bike Stage Racing is coming to the Mountains and Deserts of Baja California Norte, Mexico, just south of the metropolitan locale of San Diego, California. Starting with a stage from the Pacific Ocean at Rosarito Beach to the Hacienda at Santa Veronica, this four-day stage race will cover over 300 miles and 24,000 feet of climbing on singletrack and dirt roads, sometimes utilizing the tracks of the legendary Baja 1000 Off-Road Race. Participants will be met and transported from the San Diego Airport and will stay in host hotels every night. Included with Full Package entry is a daily breakfast buffet, transportation from stage to stage, an event gear bag with discounts courtesy of the Baja Board of Tourism, a commemorative event Sweatshirt, Post-Ride Fiesta Dinner, race support, Sag wagon, return transportation to San Diego and more. Guests and support crew can enjoy siestas and margaritas while waiting for their racers to hit that days finish line.

 
Participants who sign up before July 1st will receive $100 off their entry fee. There are two levels of registration for the Event – Full Package and Economy. The Full Package racers will be transported by bus from the San Diego Airport to the start on the Playa Rosarito, staying in host hotels every night.Included with Full Package entry is a daily breakfast buffet, transportation from stage to stage, an event gear bag with discounts courtesy of the Baja Board of Tourism, a commemorative event Sweatshirt, Post-Ride Fiesta Dinner, race support, Sag wagon, return transportation to San Diego and more. Economy package entrants will provide their own transportation and lodging at each stage. Guests and support crew can enjoy siestas and margaritas while waiting for their racers to hit that days finish line.
A Baja-Style Stage Race
“The Baja Epic will be a little more fun than most existing stage races,” states Too Much Fun President Armando Carrasco. “Racers and guests will have the opportunity to stay at host hotels every night. We will pick up participants from the San Diego Airport and transport them to the start of the event. If a racer wants to handle their own transportation and lodging, we have a discounted entry fee for them too. We’re going to have an exciting race where you can have as much comfort or discomfort as you please!”

Global Exposure

This unique event will receive participants from North of the Border as well as Europe and South America, making it a truly Global opportunity for brand exposure. Celebrity starter Hans “No Way” Rey states – “This is an incredible opportunity for European distance enthusiasts. The exchange rate of the dollar, the exotic locale of Mexico, and the warm weather compared to Europe in November make this an ideal race for the end of the year.”

Variable Race Entry Packages

There are two levels of registration for the Event – Full Package and Economy. The Full Package racers will be transported by bus from the San Diego Airport to the start on the Playa Rosarito, and from stage to stage. Economy package entrants will provide their own transportation and lodging at each stage.

The Baja Epic is sanctioned by the Baja Department of Tourism and the State of Baja California.

About Too Much Fun Promotions
Too Much Fun Promotions was founded in 1986 by Armando Carrasco, the former head promoter for the Baja Department of Tourism. Armando cut his teeth on events such as the Baja 1000 and Rosarito-Ensenada, a 50-mile bicycle tour, and over the past two decades his company has organized hundreds of events in Baja. Specializing in mountain bike, motocross and beach events, Carrasco has built Too Much Fun into a successful business enterprise; with his experience and government contacts in Mexico, he is Baja’s promotional powerhouse. He resides in Rosarito Beach with his wife and two children and is a visible and upstanding member of the local business community.
Too Much Fun Promotions
http://bajaepic.com/

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