We aim to provide the best courses, best organisation, best atmosphere and the friendliest, best value enduro events in the country. We’ve built up a great track record over the last eight 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 2019.
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 and pre-determined stage start times. Riding with your mates is the more sociable option but you have no idea how the traffic in front of you may affect your run.
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.
The Triple Crown includes:
*Riders in the 14-15 age category are not eligible to enter the Transcenduro therefore the triple crown will include the Transcenduro Boost as a replacement.