CAMBA x SORBA North Ford Mini-Enduro
Race Details:

4 stage timed race at Clarksville's North Ford Street trails. SORBA Mid-TN is partnering with CAMBA to provide riders with a local spin on the enduro format. The goal of this event is to have fun, ride bikes, and raise money for local trails

Event Schedule

Rider Check-in will be at 9 am. At check-in, riders will sign their waiver and receive their race plate.

The race meeting will start at 9:30, explaining the stages and general rules for the day.

The race starts at 10.


What is ENDURO?

Enduro mountain bike racing started out in Europe with influence from car rally racing and motorbike enduro racing. The concept was simple: get yourself to the top of a mountain and race to the bottom time-trial style.

In general, modern enduro races involve anywhere from 3-6 timed stages. The timed portions of the race are mostly downhill but can vary in steepness, length, and difficulty depending on location. Between each stage, there will be untimed “transfer stages” that are mostly uphill. Depending on the race, transfer stages can involve sections of hike-a-bike, a chair lift, and/or good old-fashioned pedaling.

Enduro combines elements of all racing disciplines from the physical fitness necessary for cross-country racing, the mental stamina necessary for XC-style stage races, and the bike-handling skills to navigate technical gravity-fed singletrack.



But for the most part, enduro is meant to be a fun, approachable, and exciting form of mountain biking.

Comments

  • + 1
Schaefer51 (Apr 10, 2022 at 6:21)
Super stoked to participate regardless of what the conditions may be on race day.
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  • + 1
Shphrd SORBAMIDTN (Apr 2, 2022 at 17:39)
This is going to be a blast!
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  • + 2
IzzyIsaac (Mar 31, 2022 at 11:16)
Let's goooooo! Can't wait!
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