Bogus Basin Enduro - Idaho Enduro Series #4
Race Details:

You've made it to the final, but don't let up now. We've planned a very challenging course to test your year end fitness. The final stop of the season is going to push you to the limit. Come for the great racing and stay for the post season party.

The courses will be divided between expert/sport and beginner, so that no one feels like they’re getting in over their head and everyone feels challenged.

Collect series points toward the overall championship of the 4 race Idaho Enduro Series.

WHEN:
September 23, 2017

WHERE:
Bogus Basin Ski Resort, Boise, ID

COURSE:
TBA

REGISTRATION:
(opens Wednesday, 2/1)
https://ccnbikes.com/#/series/idaho-enduro-series-2017
150 racer field limit
registration closes 8/20 at 11pm

Pro/Expert/Sport – $75 (until 8/20, $95 day of)
Beginner – $65 (until 8/30, $85 day of)
Juniors – $35 (until 8/30, $55 day of)

REFUND POLICY:

The IES refund policy is in place with a grace period up to 30 days prior to any given race day. When we go inside 30 days the majority of your registration fee has gone towards non-refundable expenses incurred for the race (permits, fees, deposits for food, porta-potties, etc).

1. If a participant has to withdraw from the race, 50% of the registration fee will be reimbursed up to one month from race date. No refunds will be given within one month from race date.
2. No registration transfers to other racers are allowed.
If the event has to be cancelled due to conditions beyond the organizer’s control (storm, flooding, etc.) the portion of your entry will be refunded.

CATEGORIES:
Pro Male
Pro Female
Expert Male – 18 to 34
Expert Master Male- 35 to 49
Expert Female
Expert Junior
Sport Male – 18 to 34
Sport Master Male – 35 to 49
Sport Female
Veteran Female (40+)
Super Veteran Male (50+)
Beginner Male
Beginner Female
Noncompetitive (time given but not posted)
Junior Male (17 & under)
Junior Female (17 & under)

Pro - Extremely confident at jumping, drops, cornering and technical rock or trail features. Can ride every part of any given trail with out hesitation. Can ride everything in the Boise/McCall area at full speed. Able to complete a 30+ mile trail ride. Has lots of racing experience in different types of mountain biking.

Expert - Able to do most jumps, drops and is pretty good at cornering. Can ride most technical rock or trail features but not all. Can ride most parts of any given trail but sometimes has to take the alternate line. Able to complete a 20+ mile trail ride. Races several times a year.

Sport - Can do smaller jumps and drops and feels comfortable at cornering. Can ride most trails but sometimes hesitates on technical features or sometimes walks/rides around a feature. Able to complete a 20 mile trail ride. Has raced a few times.

Beginner - Mountain biking is still a relatively new sport. Not comfortable at jumping, drops and is still learning how to corner properly. Not comfortable with really technical terrain. Can ride most novice trails but stays away from the really technical trails. Anything over 10-15 miles is a big day on the bike. New to racing or raced once before.

Juniors - Rider ability and level varies. Class consists of beginner to sport level riders. You can have very fast kids or slow kids racing the junior class.

Female riders with questions should contact our Dirt Dolls representative, Tesh Denton at tesh.denton@hotmail.com.

DAY OF RACE:
TBA

If you are driving up day of please be aware that the traffic will be very heavy, give yourself extra time.

PRIZES:
$650 Equal cash pay out for Pro's
Medals and merchandise 3 deep in all categories.
Series Awards - Trophies and Champagne shower 3 deep in all categories

(Categories must contain a minimum of 5 racers or may be combined)

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