Enduro racing in its most basic definition is a type of mountain bike racing where the downhills are timed, and the uphills are not. It is the racing embodiment of the trail ride that you do with your friends on the weekend!
Riders are timed against the clock on primarily downhill sections (called Stages), with neutral (non-racing) sections in between (called Liaisons). Winners are those who accumulate the lowest combined time from the timed stages.
We welcome ALL riders and our courses are totally rideable as long as you are enthusiastic about riding fun singletrack. It’s like a weekend ride with your mates – regroup at the top and race each other down the trail!
Enduros can be raced on all types of mountain bike but we recommend full suspension trail bikes with travel between 120-160mm with dropper seat posts. Fit chunky tyres and a dropper seat post to your marathon bike, and you will be good to go! Protective clothing (long sleeves, knee cover and full finger gloves) is advised. Open face helmets are fine while some riders choose to wear full face helmets.