39 miles
Distance
9,790 ft
Climb
-9,790 ft
Descent
1,078 ft
High Point

Enduro, presented by Mendocino Bike Sprite, is back for the 2017 California Enduro Series. A racer favorite from 2015, the Wild Wood Adventure Enduro brings racers to an untapped spot for Enduro on the Mendocino Coast in California for an epic mountain bike experience.

Event organizer Amy Wynn elaborates, “A few years ago, the previously-reclusive Mendocino Coast Cyclists bike club decided to let the world in on a little secret: this wild, rustic and remote Northern California coast has some of the sweetest singletrack around. Ready for a tough batch of hearty racers, the Wild Wood Adventure Enduro will boast a smattering of our favorite duffy, swoopy, narrow, tight and technical singletrack. We’re excited to debut our inaugural event as part of the California Enduro Series!”

The coming Racebook will have all the event details you’ll need for the event weekend including location, weekend schedule, registration pickup details, course description, available accommodations, and other information

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Mendocino Coast Cyclists (mendocc.org)
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Route Sections

1 Timed Section
2 Manley Gulch
3 Motorcycle Trail
4 Endo - Oh No - Boiler
5 Forest History Trail
6 PCT - Lindquist

Details

More Stats for CES Wildwood Enduro 2017 (expert course) mountain bike route
  • Altitude change
    0 ft
  • Altitude min
    57 ft
  • Altitude start
    343 ft
  • Altitude end
    343 ft
  • Grade max
    -50.407%
  • Grade min
    58.349%
  • Distance climb
    20 miles
  • Distance down
    18 miles
  • Distance flat
    2 miles
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