The People's Enduro and Full Pull - Mt Spokane
Race Details:


The People’s Enduro Mt Spokane will be a 5 stage race (3 for beginner, 2200 ft of climbing) with 4000 feet of climbing. Racing will take place on the best trails that Mt Spokane has to offer… The views and scenery are amazing, the trails are built under a thick canopy and several overlooks along the way.

The Full Pull is a top to bottom, forearm and brake pad burning, all out race. Covering all kinds of terrain, mostly all descending with a couple short traverse sections. Rock gardens, tight trees, and super high speed singletrack will keep you on your toes throughout.

Courses will be announced 2 weeks before the race. But are subject to change.

October 12, 2018 – Enduro and Full Pull practice all day, and late registration and plate pickup from 12-5 – Self shuttling is allowed.
October 13, 2018 – Enduro practice all day, Full Pull race start at 12:30 pm. Shuttles will take racers to the top and pick them up from the bottom
October 14, 2018 – Enduro plate pickup/racer check in 8am-8:30am. Riders meeting at 8:45 and first racer off at 9:30am. Results and awards after final racer. Shuttles will pick up beginner racers from bottom after stage 3, and everyone else after stage 5.

We use a fly-through-finish RFID timing system.


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