Whyte Endura Scottish Open: King & Queen of the Hill

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Whyte Endura Scottish Open: King & Queen – Junior Women

Whyte Endura Scottish Open: King & Queen – Grand Vet Men

Whyte Endura Scottish Open: King & Queen – Junior Men

Whyte Endura Scottish Open: King & Queen – Master Men

Whyte Endura Scottish Open: King & Queen – Master Women

Whyte Endura Scottish Open: King & Queen – Senior Men

Whyte Endura Scottish Open: King & Queen – Senior Women

Whyte Endura Scottish Open: King & Queen – Vet Men

Whyte Endura Scottish Open: King & Queen – Vet Women

Whyte Endura Scottish Open: King & Queen – Whyte Endura – King and Queen

Whyte Endura Scottish Champs 2015_CourseMaps

Whyte Endura Scottish Champs 2015 Riders Notes – DOWNLOAD

Practice 22 August / Race 23 August 2015
Tweed Valley / Glentress Forest

EVENT SOLD OUT 

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Registration & event start: Glentress

One of the biggest enduro races in the Scottish race calendar, the Scottish Open sold out in just a few days last year. The event features some track sections used at the Enduro World Series race in May, and aims to be the premier ‘one-off’ Scottish national level enduro race in Scotland. It’s suitable for experienced riders and is intended as a challenging but enjoyable event (though not suitable for beginners).
In 2014 year Chris Ball and Rosslyn Newman were crowned as the new King & Queen, winning the new Scottish Open Champions’ jerseys. A start list of 500 riders enjoyed some of the Tweed Valley’s finest enduro trails including sections of track used for the Enduro World Series.

The King & Queen of the Hill is held on Forestry Commission Scotland’s Forest trails. Start and finish in the centre of Peebles.

EVENT INFORMATION

All info and full terms and conditions

The King & Queen of the Hill/Scottish Open Enduro race, held in the Tweed Valley, and using a variety of great trails – man-made and natural. It features at least four timed stages and untimed linking stages, taking riders on a tour of some great mountain bike trail riding.

All the stages are descents, and vary from technically easy to technical in places. There is a lot of climbing to do to reach the starts of all the stages, and the race is intended to be a test of strength, fitness and your technical ability on the descents.

Location and dates

Osprey car park, Glentress

Saturday 22 August

Race Registration Saturday  – times TBC

Unmarshalled practice

 

Sunday 23 August

Race Registration (7.30am-9.30am)

Race Day (start times between 9am and 12noon)

 

Event Rules