II MTB DAY - Enduro race
Race Details:

La Polisportiva Belmonte insieme alla Pro Loco di Belmonte Calabro ha deciso di organizzare una domenica diversa dalle altre per le strade (anzi i sentieri) del paese. Due eventi in uno; due discipline diverse accomunate dalla stessa passione per la Mountain Bike, per la natura, dalla voglia di stare in gruppo e fare anche una buona azione. Una gara Cross-Country che attraverserà 3 volte il centro di Belmonte partendo dal mare, ed una prova di Enduro che avrà lo stesso traguardo in uno dei più incredibili centri storici del meridione. Due eventi non competitivi a cui sarà ovviamente possibile assistere anche come pubblico, per guardare da vicino lo sforzo dei biker durante la gara XC o le doti tecniche dei rider sul tracciato da Enduro, appositamente preparato per l’occasione. Presente anche una zona di assistenza meccanica.

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  • II MTB DAY - Enduro

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