TDS began in 2012 out of love for family and continues because of that family's love for one another and their passion for riding. Over 12 years ago Ron was looking for a place to build trail where Casey and his buddies from the mountain bike team could ride. After acquiring the land in 2011 the trail network continued to grow. On a whim Ron wanted to throw a "little enduro race." He called in Jason Moeschler, Mark Weir, and Mason Bond for some assistance, and in May of 2012, 18 guys raced three stages and that day of racing was followed up with dinner and swimming at the Bond's house. Each year a couple more stages were added. Now the race takes up a weekend of fun and camping at what has become known as the TDS Ranch. It entails a full day of practice and twelve race stages over the course of two days. The sponsor list is long and many on that list have become dear family friends. 

The Sanchez family does it all purely because they want to.  Their passion for biking and trail-building are the driving forces behind the network of trails enjoyed by the local community.  Their goal, simple, "Just plain Ol' passion-driven mountain bike riding and racing," the TDS Enduro has turned into a bucket list event.