The California Enduro Series is excited to present the first race of their newly formed series.

The 2013 series will kick off Sunday, April 7th in Southern California with Robert Herber and Eric Carter’s PCA Enduro event in Riverside, California.

“We are really excited to bring the California Enduro Series to Southern California! This will be the first time an enduro has been held at Box Springs Mountain Park and this venue is really going to impress a lot of people.” says Robert Herber of the Progressive Cycle Association.

The PCA Enduro will be a fun event for all ability levels to enjoy, consisting of three different timed stages and un-timed transfer stages (racers must arrive at the start of each stage by a specific time). The top five in each class will be recognized with unique awards. This event is family-friendly including kids’ races and a bounce house. Post-race festivities include an extensive product raffle and free snacks.

On-line registration is available until noon Friday, April 5th. On-site registration is available Saturday, April 6th; however there is no day-of registration. For directions, course description, course map and timing format, visit the PCA website at or their Facebook event page at

For more information regarding the series check out the California Enduro Series website:

Text: Caliornia Eduro PM

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