Not only is Christmas coming, but also the 2014 racing season! With many brand new series being announced and established ones publishing their schedule too, it looks like it will be an incredible year. The Bluegrass Enduro Tour will have six stops in 2014, spread all over Europe. As usual for this series, the stages will be ridden on sight and without any training on the track.

Three of the races will be in France, plus events in Glenocoe Mountain (Scotland), Castelbuono (Sicily) and Dublin (Ireland). The latter is especially for the biking girls – ladies only!


To attract riders from all over Europe, the organisers have put together some neat schedules for each event: The day before each of the French races a kids-race will take place. Also there will be a “open”-category with a shorter round to enable newcomers to dip into the sport. A special feature for the race in Scotland is a mass-start on the last stage! Riders racing in Sicily will have the possibility to participate at a “Ride-with-the-Pros”-Event the day after the race.


Dates & Venues of the Bluegrass Enduro Tour 2014

  • 06. April: Dabo – France
  • 04. May: Glencoe Mountain – Scottland
  • 11. May: Rombach le Franc – France
  • 16. August: Dublin – Ireland (ladies only!)
  • 21. September: Guebwiller – Frace
  • 26./28. September: Castelbuono – Sizilia

Registration opens at 01.02.2014 at

Words: Aaron Steinke | Photos: Bluegrass Enduro Tour

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Aaron Steinke

Aaron was our first employee and actively helped make our company what it is today, significantly shaping the look and direction of our various magazines. Aaron has been pursuing his own projects since mid-2020 but he continues to advise and support us on issues of marketing and technology. For many years, you would usually have found Aaron at casual enduro races, but increasingly you'll find him riding his road bike – long live freedom on two wheels!