Stanley Gap Enduro
Race Details:

3rd Coast Productions returns to the wonderful area of Blue Ridge Georgia for the third annual Stanley gap Enduro. This was a great race last year despite the amount of rain that was received the day before the race. The race course will consist of trails in the Aska Trail system. The race will consist of four stages 3500’ total descent and totaling 23 miles from start to return to downtown Blue Ridge.

Course map will be released on September 12th. Unedited course preview videos will be released as they are made. Edited version with trail names will be released on September 12th along with the course map.

There will be a $10 fee for late registration. Late registration starts September 11th and ends September 16th online. Onsite registration will be available if there are spaces available. Race is capped at 150 riders.

Primitive camping onsite is available for $10 per person. Tents only no RVs.

There are more developments happening so stay tuned for more information.

2017 Stanley Gap Enduro Agenda

Location:

Blue Ridge Kiwanis Club (Fair Grounds) 124 Jones Street, Blue Ridge, GA.

Sunday's Agenda

7am – 8:30am - Rider check in

8:45am – Rider’s meeting

9:00am – Shuttle leaves to Stanley Gap trail head

4pm - Awards

Parties

TBD

Bike Shops

http://www.bluemountainbikes.com/

http://www.cartecaybikes.com/

Camping

http://www.blueridgemountains.com/campgrounds.html

http://www.blueridgemountains.com/members/CT130

Cabin Rental

http://www.blueridgemountains.com/members/CT610

http://www.blueridgemountains.com/members1/CT611

Hotels

http://www.blueridgemountains.com/members1/CT129

http://www.blueridgemountains.com/members1/CT133

Lodges

http://www.blueridgemountains.com/members1/CT250

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