Pikes Peak is the place to go for World Class Downhill
The summit at Pikes Peak, a National Historic Landmark, is the most visited mountain in North America, and the second most visited mountain in the world. Over a half million people reach the summit house every year, via the Pikes Peak Highway, the world’s highest toll road at 14,115 feet.
Pikes Peak Downhill: Sept 7th, 2014
Against this stunning backdrop, rich in racing and motorsports history, the world’s fastest skateboarders will compete on a course starting above 11,000 feet, with 1.5 miles of sweeping turns, steep drops, and banked hairpin corners. With top speeds expected to reach 50+ mph, the Pikes Peak Downhill course is one of the most highly anticipated stops on the International Downhill Federation schedule.
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