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Presented By: Empower MTB in Partnership with 4R Ranch and Winery

Come to Empower MTB's Enduro Event Weekend on October 16th & 17th for an experience of a lifetime Empower MTB is hosting a 2-Day family event experience to give riders an opportunity to grow their skills and have fun! There will be 6 stages that challenge participants at varying levels.

Saturday, October 16th

Morning Yoga 10am

Skills Clinics 10:30am - 2pm (clinic schedule will be available closer to race day)

Pre-Ride - 10:30am - 4pm

Sunday, October 17th

Race Waves - 10:30am 

On Saturday (10am - 4pm), you will have the opportunity to enjoy a free morning yoga  for all those interested in warming up their muscles before pre ride. There will also be a skills clinic sponsored by REI where leaders will share useful tips & tricks so everyone can ride safe and have fun. Afterward, join us at the pre-ride stage where we'll go over course conditions with our Trail Ambassadors.

On Sunday (10am - 4pm), is when things get real... We supply all riders with everything they need including a water refilling station as well as snacks at the aid station after finishing their stages. The entire event is self supported but there are mechanics available if anything comes up during your ride that needs fixing/attention. We can't wait to ride with you!


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