What is Enduro?
Somewhere between grueling cross-country and rowdy downhill mountain bike racing, Enduro has emerged as one of the sport’s most popular race disciplines. Enduro is a multi-stage race format, which combines descending timed stages and untimed transfer stages.
What is included in the registration fee?
Enduro Cup registration includes a t-shirt, race day lift tickets (when applicable), post-race lunch and Sierra Nevada beer vouchers
Can I transfer my entry?
Yes, you may transfer your entry but there may be an additional fee required if you are switching events. Additionally, no refunds will be given to participants who move into a less expensive race. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to transfer entries.
How does timing work?
Enduro Cup uses state of the art chip timing systems to provide accurate results at each race.
Are the transfer stages timed?
Transfer stages are untimed but each stage has a maximum time limit. Maximum time limits will be discussed at the athlete meeting before each Round.
How do I earn series points?
Points are awarded at all five Enduro Cup races, based on final finishing position. 1st through 20th will be awarded points. Click HERE to view series points breakdown.
What do I win for having the most points across the series?
The Enduro Cup Series overall title will be awarded to the man and women with the highest amount of series points after Round 5. The Enduro Cup Series overall champions will be awarded a specialty trophy and the champions in the Pro/Open category will take home $500 cash.
What are the rules for racing?
Are there any discounts available?
Yes! Save over 20% by purchasing a season’s pass and racing all five 2018 Enduro Cup locations.
Where can I get my results?
Results will be available on site after all riders have cleared the course. Riders can also use the It’s Your Race app for live timing updates.
What are the age group categories?
Pro/Open Men, Pro/Open Women, Expert Men, Expert Women, Vet Expert Men – 35+, Vet Expert Women – 35+, Amateur Men, Amateur Women, Junior Boys (under 18), Junior Girls (Under 18) Categories are subject to merge if fewer than 4 riders register in a category.
When will I know the exact course?
Enduro Cup will release the course maps and venue information on the Wednesday prior to each Round.
How do I get a racer photo?
Enduro Cup works hard with great photographers to capture the race experience at each location. In addition to the media gallery uploaded after each race, our photo team edits a large batch of images and tags each racer based on visible bib number. Learn more about athlete photos, HERE.
What can I win?
Enduro Cup will award $25,000 cash to the Pro/Open class throughout the series ($5,000 per stop, divided evenly between men and women). Other race categories will be awarded with in-kind product from our sponsors. Learn more about prizing, HERE.
What happens at the athlete meeting?
The Race Director will host a rider briefing the day prior the race. Any changes to the rules, course, timing, and details of course marking, feed stations and assistance locations will be communicated at this briefing. Non-attendance of the athlete meeting will not be accepted as an excuse for any rule violation by any rider.
Can I pick up my plate on race day?
Yes, race day plate pickup is acceptable but it is HIGHLY recommended that you pick up your plate the day before at registration pickup. On-site registration will NOT be accepted on race day.