Precision Travel Werx is sponsoring one of the country’s biggest mountain biking racing series, Big Mountain Enduro.
“When we learned about the Big Mountain Enduro series we knew it was a perfect fit for the Atlas 8 with it’s bike-carrying capabilities and perfect design for a weekend of camping at a race,” said Larry Brown, founder and president of Precision Travel Werx. “We were thrilled with the idea of offering a custom Atlas 8 as a prize and were hoping the Masters racers battle it out for the top spot!”
The five-race series hosts events in New Mexico, Colorado and Utah beginning at Angel Fire/Taos on June 15-16 and finishing in Moab on Sept. 28-29. The Moab stop, as well as a July event in Keystone, Colo. are part of the North American Enduro Series.
“The Atlas 8 is a perfect fit for the adventurous lifestyle we all live; from the obvious and frequent bike and ski trips, traveling to events with an abundance of equipment and partaking in ongoing trail projects across the Rocky Mountain region,” said Big Mountain Enduro President Brandon Ontiveros. “The trailer is durable, efficient and superior to any other traveling trailer meant to be pulled behind lightweight vehicles.”
With a resin transfer molded fiberglass body on an aluminum frame, the Atlas 8 has an empty weight of 550lbs., making it easy for anyone to move or reposition the trailer and allowing it to be towed by almost any vehicle on the road. Total cargo capacity is 1,000 lbs., for a total gross axle weight rating of 1,550 lbs.
An optional Yakima rack system on top can support multiple bikes while maintaining access to the cargo space using a gas-shock assisted lid.
Precision Travel Werx is based in Appleton, Wisc. and manufactured in the USA.