CCMTB Gravity Enduro Club Series 2020 Rd.2
Race Details:

Round 2 of CCMTB Gravity Enduro Club series is going ahead!

Get ready for originally planned course for sadly cancelled Round 1. 3 Stage stew will give you best tastes of our DH & GE mainline mixture with hint of few sneaky variations that are not commonly riden but more than worth to be raced!

We will keep same format as last year, race at your own pace, clock in at least one valid run on each stage, self seeding on some stages, do as many runs you can handle, no shuttles or no cheaters aloowedJoker .U13 will be allowed to shuttle to top of Red Hill road (start of stage 1) only once and only by provided shuttle (on a ticket basis) till 10AM,if they wish to complete stage multiple times, they will have to pedal/push to the top by themselves. there will be no other shuttles allowed on the day and any competitors seen shuttling by non-official vehicle will receive DNF.

On the day schedule :
7:30AM - Registrations/chip&race plate collection
9:00AM - All gates open
11:00AM - All gates closed
12:00PM - Podiums

Due to COVID-19 outbreak, there will be additional restrictions/measures put in place and CCMTB club would like to ask you to respect them as do we respect wellbeing of our MTB comunity. for additional info please look at our website and FB pages.

MTB Park will be closed between 8:30AM and 11AM. Only competitors and race volunteers will be allowed on trails.

Registrations are open NOW with limited spots available. Registrations ONLINE ONLY, strictly no on the day regos.
As our standard, this round is part of MTBA National Cup scheme and you will receive Tier 2 points from this race.


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  • CCMTB GE Club Series 2020 Rd2

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