TrailStar Gravity Enduro Round 2
Race Details:

Welcome to round 2 of the Trail Star Enduro Series.

This round is hosted by White Lightning Events, and Sponsored by Woodsey’s Wheels.

The event is being held on Mount Coramba just north of Coffs Harbour.

The event is a Gravity Enduro Race all riders must wear approved Full face Helmets.

Practice will be available from 12pm Saturday, we will be running a shuttle service for practice. Shuttle tokens will be available for sale for $15 per rider for the afternoon or $5 for a single shuttle.
Registration will be open on Saturday from 12pm to 4pm and we will be providing a BBQ during the afternoon.

The Enduro is a 6 stage event Under 15 riders will complete 4 stages.
3 stages will be completed during the morning and then repeated in the afternoon. Stages must be completed in a specific order. EWS rules will apply for this race and all riders will have allocated start times for each stage. Riders should attend practice on Saturday if you have never ridden Mount Coramba to familiarize themselves with the track this is not a track to ride without sighting / practice laps.

Race Catagories
Male and female, U15. U17. U19. Open, Elite, Over 45.
The race director may combine categories if a minimum of 2 riders in not reached in a class

Race Day.
The track will be open for practice until 8am no shuttles.

Registration will be open from 7:00am and close at 8:30am
Riders Brief will be at 8:40.
Race commences 9am. Afternoon stages will start at 12pm
race finish 3pm or when all riders return if before 1pm
3:30 Presentation.

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