The Tweed Valley Enduros 2017

Three of the best enduro races you’ll find anywhere
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The Events

The Triple Crown – Ride all three enduros

The three best quality enduro races in the UK? We think so! Riders completing all three rounds are eligible for the Triple Crown title. The Triple Crown title will be awarded to the overall fastest male and female, regardless of category, across all three races. 

Take a look at the current standings here.

If you want to see how you’re doing within your own category, here’s that info too.

Whyte Vallelujah

25th and 26th March 2017

£55 (£50 earlybird)

Shimano TweedLove International

10th – 11th June 2017

£60 (£55 earlybird)

Whyte King and Queen of the Hill: Scottish Open Champs

19th and 20th August 2017

£55 (£50 earlybird)

*If you own a SPORTident Air Timing / Active Timing Card and would like to use it in any of the three TweedLove Triple Crown Enduros this year, please complete this form. If you use your own Timing Card, you will be reimbursed £3.60 – you will only receive this discount if you complete the form at least 3 weeks prior to the event you wish to use it in. 


After a sell-out in 2016, the Shimano TweedLove Triple Crown is back for 2017, with new courses, new stages and SI Air system timing* (no dibbing) at all three rounds. This is the place to come for enduro racing in 2017, with the best enduro tracks in the UK, and some as good as you’ll find anywhere on the planet. A limited number of earlybird entries will be available for each of the three races, with a limited number of discounted entries for all three – the Triple Crown.


We aim to provide the best courses, the best organisation, the best atmosphere and the friendliest, best value enduro events in the country. We’ve built up a great track record over the lasy 6 years hosting the biggest international enduro races right through to local community races, and we’ll be working harder than ever to make sure everyone has a great, safe, and rad time racing with us in 2017.


All riders can choose if they want to be seeded for each of the races or, alternatively, they can choose a start time at event registration so they can ride with their mates all the way round the course. Seeded riders have pre-set start times for every stage of the race and face penalties if they miss their start times. Being seeded means you will have much less chance of encountering traffic while on the race course, with no uncertain queuing at stage starts.


Whyte Vallelujah

Saturday 25 – Sunday 26 March 2017

Event start & HQ – Tweed Valley, Scottish Borders


A Tweed Valley enduro adventure! The trails used will be kept under wraps until the event, but the stages will provide an awesome day out – and something a wee bit different. The last two years’ adventures turned out a bit more adventurous than originally expected – thanks to the weather – and provided something of an epic weekend! So in 2017 we can expect dust and wall to wall sunshine. Maybe.


The course will feature a variety of hand cut and natural trails. This event is a little mellower than the other two races, but will still contain sections of technical riding which will challenge competent riders, especially taken at speed. We always aim to set courses which have a lot of flow and leave you wanting to ride it all over again. The overall ethos is to provide a fun race – with adventure, challenge, good times and safety as the key factors.



Location and dates

Start and finish: Tweed Valley, Scottish Borders. Registration and race start location will be confirmed nearer the event.

Saturday 25 March: Race registration and unmarshalled practice

Sunday 26 March: Race Registration (morning only, times TBC) and race day!


Shimano TweedLove International Enduro

Shimano TweedLove International Enduro and Expo 2017

Friday 9 – Sunday 11 June 2017

Event start & HQ – Peebles, Scottish Borders

The headline weekend of TweedLove 2017


In the true spirit of enduro racing, you can expect to ride and race along with some of the biggest names in the sport.


The buzzing, international-level event village and bike industry expo will be in central Peebles, with a field of up to 600 of the best UK and international riders racing on some of the Tweed Valley’s finest dirt.

  • Race is on Sunday
  • Course practice is on Friday and Saturday.
  • Expo Friday, Saturday & Sunday

Please note format may change.


The world’s top riders are being invited along to rip it up for the prize money, and the big teams have all been approached. The aim is to offer a top quality enduro race, fit for the world’s best riders – and the rest of us – on some of the best trails the UK has to offer. We hope you can make it to the Tweed Valley for what’s going to be another fantastic and friendly weekend in the UK’s best riding destination!


Whyte King and Queen of the Hill: Scottish Open Champs

Saturday 19 – Sunday 20 August 2017, Tweed Valley, Scottish Borders

Event start & HQ – Tweed Valley, Scottish Borders


This event has become something of a UK enduro classic. The course will make the most of the massive variety of trail riding here, with the sweetest descents on the valley’s finest dirt, roots and rock.


You can expect pro athletes mixing it up with the rest of us and battling it out to become the Scottish Open Champion. The title is becoming an important one in Scotland, but the race remains the friendly and good-spirited blast it always has been. For ambitious first timers or pros – we really are all in this together!



Location and dates

Tweed Valley, Scottish Borders. Registration and race start location will be confirmed nearer the event.

Saturday 19 August: Race registration and unmarshalled practice: selected trail sections only

Sunday 20 August: Race registration (morning only, times TBC) and race day!


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