Hawduro: 2023 Enduro Race
Race Details:

We are stoked to announce that we will be hosting an enduro style party/race at Haw Ridge on May 20th, 2023


The race will have a novice (Enduro-curious) class and an open (Enduro-licious) class. The Enduro-licious class will feature 6 stages that cover all major areas of Haw Ridge via the park’s most challenging trails. The Enduro-curious class will be a shortened 3 stage version focusing on the most popular, intermediate level trails in the park. The enduro-curious class is an awesome way to get introduced to the enduro racing format.
Each stage will have a dedicated, untimed climb route and a timed descent. The timed portions are mainly downhill, but will be of varying length, steepness, and difficulty.
All proceeds from the race will go directly towards trail building and maintenance of Haw Ridge and the other trail systems in Anderson and Roane County.
There will be primitive camping onsite for racers to camp out on site the night before and get the party started early. Don’t worry, there will be an after party too!

Time and Location
May 20, 2023 - Haw Ridge Park, 206 Old Edgemoor Rd, Oak Ridge, TN 37830

There are Limited Spots Available
Regular Registration Price: $75
$10 Late Fee Week of Race - No Guarantee of T-Shirt
Registration Cut off at Midnight on May 18th, 2023
There Will Be No Race day Registration

Class Categories
Female Pro
Male Pro
Female Advanced
Male Advanced
Female EMTB
Youth (Under 16)

Female Intermediate
Male Intermediate
Female Beginner
Male Beginner
Female EMTB
Youth (Under 16)

Course Map
5 of the stages will be announced during the first week of April, so stay tuned!
Shhhhh - the secret 6th stage will be a race day announcement!

Start Times
Stages must be completed in order. Racers will be released to the first climb in a mass start, but each stage will have a staggered start for timing and rider safety.
Each rider will have 4 hours from start time to complete the stages in their class.
Please arrive at 8:30AM to ensure there is enough time to complete the check-in process.

Enduro-licious EMTB 9:00
Pro 9:05
Advanced 9:10
Enduro-curious EMTB 9:20
Intermediate 9:25
Beginner 9:30

Awards will be announced at 3:00PM.

Category Descriptions
Pro - Professional Dirt Lover
Advanced - You’re very intimate with Dirt
Intermediate - You’ve dabbled in Dirt
Beginner - You’ve only been to first base with Dirt

Severe Weather Policy
Unless otherwise posted, the event will be held. Racer safety is the highest priority. If there is a delay or cancellation, racers are responsible for checking information as posted by Clinch Valley Trail Alliance (CVTA). The information will be posted on CVTA’s Trailforks event, Social Media, and by email up to 72 hours before the start of the race.

Refund Policy
There will be no registration refunds once the registration is processed.

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