• Date
    Saturday February 4, 2017 at 10:00am CST
    past event
  • Type
    Enduro Race
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    Flat Rock Ranch, Texas United States
    346 Flat Rock Creek Rd
  • Facebook
  • Registration
    Open Paid
Return of the Zombie Goat - Southern Enduro Tour Stop 1
Race Details:

Return of the Zombie Goat Enduro 2017 is here and it's time to shred!

Registration will open this Wednesday January 4th @ noon at: https://www.bikereg.com/returnzombiegoat

STOP #1 of the Southern Enduro Tour

Brand new Stages! Night time enduro, high jump, long jump, bon-fire, & beverages!

No-license needed. Helmet mandatory when on the bike.

Info below to get you started, more race info to come.

Rules @ http://www.kodiaktough.com

About - Great first event to try enduro. Stages are challenging, but doable on any type of mountain bike. No mandatory jumps or drops. This event is logistically less intimidating as you pass through "basecamp" every 2-3 stages. You feel like your "out there", but realistically your only 15-30 min from basecamp at anytime.

Gate Fees - Flat Rock Ranch is offering special weekend pricing of only $30 for weekend pass w/camping for racers and only $15 per person for weekend pass for friends and family! You can pay online at http://www.flatrockranch.net/ or at the gate. Or pay $10 a day gate fee. Sorry, but NO DOGS allowed.

Cash or check only – We are unable to accept debit or credit cards at this time so be sure to bring cash to purchase your tour or event shirts, etc.

Breakfast food & snacks – Remember to bring your breakfast food, snacks, and anything specific for your post-race needs.

Number Plates – You will use the same number plate you are first assigned for the entire tour so please hold onto and bring to each stop.

Thanks to Shiner for tasty texas beverages!

Last years videos:
1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1czrT5RERls

2. Coopers Take: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3xTNxRJ2074

Your Entry Includes - *Logistics and courses for 3 days of fun! (1 pre-ride, 2 race) *Awards and Prizes. CASH top 5 Open Men, Cash Top 5 Open Women, Sweet prizes and awards for other classes * Raffle for all pre-registered racers *Snacks and race day support *2-quality dinners *Medical support on-site (race days) *Professional high-end timing powered by Sport IDENT (“flying starts) by KOM * Instant results print-out *Nightly fun, high-jump, long jump, bon-fire * free adult beverages * Professional awards ceremony * Music to keep the party going * Event Swag * Memories you won't soon forget!

More info @ http://www.kodiaktough.com and http://www.facebook.com/kodiaktough

Pro Men Results from 2016: 9 stages.

Position Racer Total Time

1 Richard Drew 24:52.3
2 Garet Steinmetz 25:31.7
3 Joey Pratt 26:03.2
4 Andrew Pell 26:07.9
5 Jeremiah Work 26:15.2

Please help us make your experience great and register early!

Number plate choice will be based on registration order.


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