Vallelujah Enduro 2019
Race Details:

A Tweed Valley enduro adventure. The first event of the triple crown series a chance to ride away the winter blues. The course as usual will be kept under wraps until the event, but the stages will provide an awesome day out – and something a wee bit different. It’s a chance to ease yourself into the 2019 Enduro calendar.

The course will feature a variety of hand cut and natural trails. This event might be a little mellower than the other two races, but will still contain technical riding and a tough physical test. We always aim to set courses which have a lot of flow and leave you wanting to ride it all over again. The overall ethos is to provide a fun race – with adventure, challenge, good times and safety as the key factors.

Timings

Saturday 23 March:
Race registration (9am – 4pm)
Practice (9am – 5pm)

Sunday 24th March | Race Day:
7.30am – 10am: Timing chip collection (and event registration)
8.15am and 10am: Event Briefing – mandatory (you must attend one of these briefings)
8.30am – 11.55am: Riders start
5pm: Prize presentations (approx)

Please note format/schedule may change.

Adult Entry £60
Youth Entry £48 (14-15 E3Y)

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