The Triple Crown is back! We’re very pleased to announce we’ve partnered up with YT Industries to bring back the UK’s best enduro mini series – and this time it’s a bit different.
YT Industries TweedLove Triple Crown Standings
The first round on 29-30 April brings the return of the International, providing the centrepiece to the annual TweedLove Bike Festival. Usually scheduled in the early autumn, next year’s festival will be brought forward to make way for the 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships. Along with YT Industries, we’ll invite some of the world’s fastest riders to the valley for the bank holiday weekend race, which will also kick-off the 2023 British National Enduro Series. Entries Closed.
The second round New venue: the Golfie in Innerleithen, Tweed Valley
The last round of the Triple Crown series will return to the valley with a classic – TweedLove’s annual, sell-out event Vallelujah – racing some of the best enduro trails in the UK.
Triple Crown Discount
Buying all three Triple Crown tickets together will automatically give you a discount and – even better – until the 21st of December, there’s an additional early bird discount. All you have to do is select all three events on the entry page and follow the process through as normal. If you want to buy just one event ticket, simply select the event you want to purchase.
- Full course (all three rounds): £225
- Short course (all three rounds) : £195
- Short course youth (all three rounds): £165
Solo Event Entry fees
- Round 1: 29-30 April | Tweed Valley: YT Industries TweedLove International Enduro – £89 (full course), £79 (short course), £69 (youth)
- Round 2: 20-21 May | TBC: YT Industries TweedLove King & Queen of the Mountain – £79 (full course), £69 (short course), £59 (youth)
- Round 3: 30 Sept-1 Oct | Tweed Valley: YT Industries TweedLove Vallelujah– £79 (full course), £69 (short course), £59 (youth)
Full Face Helmets
This year, full face helmets will be mandatory at all three of these races, for both practice and race day (removable chin-guards allowed). Rider Safety is the number one priority and the time has come for this regulation – in line with the majority of other top level enduro races around the world.
Bikes are better, riders are faster, racing is fiercer – and our brains are just as precious as they always were.
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