eBikes Take To Mammoth Mountain

THE BOOGALOO | PRESENTED BY TROY LEE DESIGNS & BOSCH EBIKE SYSTEMS

For the second year in a row, the Mammoth Kamikaze Bike Games added The Boogaloo eBike race Presented by TLD and Bosch to the action-packed weekend. The high elevation course featured jumps, berms, a bridge and of course, electric mountain bikes. The Pro purse for this event included $1000 for 1st place. Second place received  $850 and third got $600. Fourth place was awarded $400 and fifth, $200. All of the pro racers got to keep an A1 custom Boogaloo helmet and the top five finishers took home a Bosch power drill. The rules, however, specified that all riders had to use a class-1 e-bike. So just like us, you’re probably wondering what a class-1 e-bike is. Well, it’s described as this:

What is a Class 1 eMTB?
Class 1 eMTB is a specific classification for sustainable use on any trail, path or riding area. Class 1 eMTB models are defined as “a bicycle with fully operable pedals, and an electric motor under 750 Watts peak power that must be pedaled to activate the motor and that ceases to provide power above 20 mph.”

This year’s race had many contenders looking to take the top prize and brought a level of seriousness to this fun race. Below are some of our favorite photos from the Boogaloo. Enjoy.

Evander Hughes rehydrates after his Pro win.
Racers charged into the first turn.
Jack Phinn rails the turn after the bridge.
This racer launched over the step-up jump and turned his wheel for some extra style points.
Little guy vs the big guys. Wait till you see who gets the best start.
Charging for a holeshot.
The tall bridge on course provided riders with a fun over-under feature.
Pro winner Evander Hughes took an early lead.
Racing past the woods.
Side-by-side racing.
Railing the berm.
Taking to the air.
The battles were tough.
The best riders had some serious skills.
The little guy gets the holeshot.
The Open Class podium placers all won Bosch toolkits.
The pros did a LeMans start in their finals. Evander Hughes takes an early lead.
These guys were serious.
Too close for comfort.
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