Bike House Enduro Series Round 1
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Hone in your skills for The Emerson's 3 Peaks Enduro with the Bike House Enduro Series The series is 2 rounds prior to 3 peaks and with the Final being the 3 Peaks Enduro!

Want to volunteer? We would love your help! message the Mountain Biking Otago Facebook or email [email protected]

A 5 stage enduro using a large range of tracks on Signal Hill. Expect grade 4, 5 and 6 trails, around 900m of climbing, spot prizes from our fantastic sponsors and a bit of a bbq at the end!

Stages to be released on the 6th of December

-9am - 9:50am registration at the carpark
-9:55am race briefing.
-10am - 4pm racing

The entry fee is $40 if you pre enter! or $60 on the day
You can pre-register to speed up on-the-day admin. So if you are planning on coming please do that.
We will still accept your race entry on the day - cash and EFTPOS

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