Mini Enduro is the new fun exciting way to race Mountain Bike Enduro. Its aimed at new riders to the sport to give it a go & we also have the Pro am category for the more experienced racers.

A top day out racing with live timing on all stages, a fun atmosphere and all topped off with great prizes from our sponsors One Industries.

    Dates: Sunday 3rd November 2013
    Location: Forest of Dean



The best off piste gravity stages in the FoD have been chosen to give you the biggest buzz.

The stages vary in length the first one is a great blast down a real loamy switch back of fun to clear out the cobwebs before hitting the two longest stages of the day.

Don’t worry about making the transition times we don’t have them!


Chris Roberts race organiser and the brains the idea of the Mini Enduro said

“There are loads of people who ride around the area that have never raced, so we have brought a race to their local track, The course is fun and following to ride but a real challenge to race on.”

The event is open to any one to try Enduro, no need for a race licence, so tell your friends and get your bike ready!


We run the categories with fastest first and if you’re really flying and catch the rider in front and the next stage you start in front of them so you never have to catch them again, keep’s it simple and more fun for everyone.

    Hardtail 12+
    17 & Under



    Practice Starts 9.00am
    Racing Starts (3 Stages) 1.00pm
    Prize Podium Presentations 4.00pm

Location – Facilities

Café, Toilets and hot showers all at the Peddle A bike way café and the new shop is packed with all the accessories, parts, clothing and protective equipment to ensure a brilliant day out.

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Robin Schmitt

Robin is one of the two founders of 41 Publishing, a visionary and go-getter. While he now enjoys every second on the bike – whenever his busy schedule allows – he used to race against the clock at enduro events and a few Downhill World Cups. Besides that, Robin practises kung fu and Zen meditation, plays the cello or with his dog (which actually belongs to his girlfriend), travels abroad and still reviews numerous bikes himself. Progressive ideas, new projects and major challenges – Robin loves exploring undiscovered potential and getting to the bottom of new trends.