King and Queen of the Hill: Scottish Open Champs Enduro
Race Details:

This event has become something of a UK enduro classic. The course will make the most of the massive variety of trail riding here, with the sweetest descents on the valley’s finest dirt, roots and rock. This year we are using SI Air system timing (no dibbing) at all three enduro rounds.

You can expect pro athletes mixing it up with the rest of us and battling it out to become the Scottish Open Champion. The title is becoming an important one in Scotland, but the race remains the friendly and good-spirited blast it always has been. For ambitious first timers or pros – we really are all in this together

All riders can choose if they want to be seeded for each of the races or, alternatively, they can choose a start time at event registration so they can ride with their mates all the way round the course. Seeded riders have pre-set start times for every stage of the race and face penalties if they miss their start times. Being seeded means you will have much less chance of encountering traffic while on the race course, with no uncertain queuing at stage starts.

Location and dates
Tweed Valley, Scottish Borders. Registration and race start location will be confirmed nearer the event.
Saturday 19 August: Race registration and unmarshalled practice: selected trail sections only
Sunday 20 August: Race registration (morning only, times TBC) and race day!

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