14 miles
1,627 ft
-1,643 ft
2,956 ft
High Point

2016 IES Eagle Enduro (Pro / Expert / Sport)

The first race of the 2016 Idaho Enduro Series kicks off at the Eagle Bike Park. The race course will consist of 6 timed stages featuring close to 2000ft of climbing over approximately 14 miles.

It is the riders responsibility to know the course and the transition stage. ALL CLIMBING will take place on the "IES Transition Trail" which consists of the far EBP boundary through the parking lots and against the road at the end of Stormin Mormon As seen in YELLOW on the map. Riders will then climb up Twisted Sister / D's Chaos to the normal "Landing" at the intersection of Stormin Mormon, Flow, and Shake n' Bake trails.


***Please take caution on stage 2! Riders will proceed down Stormin Mormon to the second drop. Riders will veer left of the second drop, circling under the drop and continue on D's Chaos. This is a VERY sharp turn and riders should expect to come to a near stop or put a foot down to avoid colliding with the drop itself on the far side of the trail.

Stage 1: Pork Soda (Shake n' Bake + lower Junk Yard)

Description - The longest stage of the race right off the bat! Shake n' Bake is an expert level trail with all the features that riders love. Banked corners, jumps, rock gardens, and even a ladder section! The top part of the trail is very fast and riders should be on their toes. At the bottom of Shake n'bake, riders will cross the road (using caution on the rocks) and hammer out a very pedally section on lower Junk Yard. Be prepared for a short, punchy climb in the middle! The timing station will be at the end of the typical "Pork Soda" Strava segment finish. This is the last corner towards the road before the final uphill section.

Stage 2: Stormin Mormon > D's Chaos > Twisted Sister > Low Rider

Description - Riders will proceed down the top half of Stormin Mormon ONLY. All riders will then cut left of the second drop on stormin mormon, circling around and under the feature *** and continue to a very pedally section of the segment. Hammer the pedals and follow the logical route downhill. All major intersections will be marked. How fast can you take the corners!?

Stage 3: Stormin Mormon

Description - An expert level downhill trail featuring all optional drops and jumps. All features are rollable (with the exception of the 1 obvious double)! Rally those berms and grab some airtime! Stormin Mormon from top to bottom!

Stage 4: Flow Trail

Description - A super fun 'flowy' jump trail. This will be flow trail from top to bottom. Have fun and grab some air! How fast can you take the bridge!?

Stage 5: Flow > Rabbit Run > Feeling Lucky

Description - This route will consist of the top part of flow trail. Riders will rally the first berm, hit the step up and be prepared to EXIT Flow Trail on to Rabbit Run. Continue on Rabbit Run around the harpin corners with eyes set on the free ride trail "Feeling Lucky", Please take caution riding fast through the narrow fence before the final uphill section towards the start of Feeling Lucky. Enjoy the jumps and berms on the last part of the segment!

Stage 6: Flow > Rabbit Run > D's Chaos > Four Cross

Description - A top half repeat of the last segment. Riders will ride top of the Flow Trail and again transfer to Rabbit Run. Proceed down Rabbit Run with Four Cross in your sights. Don't forget the connector trail left hand turn! Pedal through the corners and finish the race strong with the highlight of the Eagle Bike Park, Four Cross trail. Spectators will the out in full force. Did you leave it all out there!?

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1 Review & Comments

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flag bcar08 (May 5, 2016 at 18:39)
 Eagle Enduro Schedule, May 7th
7 am Site opens, vendor set up and packet pick up
9 am - Pro/Expert rider meeting
9:15 am - Pro start
10:15 am Expert start
11:15 am - Sport rider meeting
11:30 am - Sport start
1:15 pm - Beginner/Junior rider meeting
1:30 pm - Beginner/Junior start
3 pm last racer expected to finish
Eagle Kid's Enduro
12:30 pm - Registration starts
1:45 pm - Rider/Parent meeting
2 pm - All kid's groups start
The kids will be starting in two groups, with the 4-6 going to the pump track and the 7-9, 10-12 going to the top of Soilers/Feeling Lucky.

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Route Sections

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2 Stage 2
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      Recent Trail Reports Along Route

      Shake n' Bake
      Nov 30, 2020 @ 11:06am
      Nov 30, 2020
      Stormin Mormon
      Nov 22, 2020 @ 2:50pm
      Nov 22, 2020
      Nov 22, 2020 @ 2:50pm
      Nov 22, 2020
      Rabbit Run
      Nov 22, 2020 @ 2:50pm
      Nov 22, 2020
      Junkyard Trail
      Nov 18, 2020 @ 1:58pm
      Nov 18, 2020
      Rideable but on the too wet side of tacky, with puddles. Needs a day or 2 of some sun, wind and no rain, which it doesn't look like we're gonna get. Same goes for other trails at EBP. Didn't ride Flow, Mormon and the DH trail because it looked too wet Singletrack trails going down into Veterans lower area are rideable - the center section of trail tread is tacky, but the side are wet and there are puddles. Again, needs sunshine and some wind. One short climbing section up Vets was too greasy and the rear tires slid out.
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