Trailhead Enduro - Khao Yai Thien
Race Details:

The event is being organized by the same team who bought you the Amazing Thailand International Chiang Mai Enduro, which was part of the Asia-Pacific Continental Series of the EWS, and the same high standards will ensure a memorable time will be had by all participants.

The emphasis of the event is to relax and have fun with old friends and new, participating in a fun race format that allows beginners the opportunity to experience an enduro race for the first time whilst at the same time seasoned riders can enjoy the amazing trails that Khao Yai Thien has to offer and return to competing against fellow mountain bikers.

There are plenty of categories including a dedicated hardtail category as well as novice category to make the Trailhead Enduro as inclusive as possible. The schedule and categories are as follows;

Sat 6 November | Practice Day
10.30 - 17.00 Registration
08.00 - 17.00 Free Practice
19.00 Bonus Night Stage (no race time calculated, not compulsory)

Sunday 7 November | Race Day
07.00 Late Registration and Timing Equipment Pickup
08.00 Race Briefing
08.15 Wave 1 Starts Liaison 1
08.30 Wave 1 Starts Special Stage 1
16.00 Award Presentation (approximate time)

Elite Men | Open
Elite Women | Open
Master A | 30-39
Master B | 40-49
Master C | 50+
Junior | 17-
Hardtail | Open Men/Women
Novice Men (First Timer Only)
Novice Women (First Timer Only)


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