Full details of the first round of the eagerly anticipated One Industries Mini Enduro have just been announced and entries are now open:
You can come and race it all in one day with 3 live timed stages and then easy transitions with no timing so they do not affect the overall standing it’s a great fun day out racing with your mates or like minded riders.
The great success of the 661 Mini Downhill races is to bring new riders into racing downhill and we want to recreate this with Mini Enduro. The Mini Enduro is title sponsored by One Industries and will be called the “One Industries Mini Enduro”
The first ever One Industries Mini Enduro will take place on Sunday 10th February 2013 at Haldon Forest in Devon.
Haldon has great and varied range of tracks the race will use the mostly off piste tracks and use the blue routes to link them all together and keep everyone going in the right direction.
Its got to be one of the easiest places to get to just 5 minutes past Exeter on the M5 by Exeter race course.
The Format –
Sunday 10th February 2013
9.00am to 12.00pm Stages open for Practice with medical cover and marshals
12.30am Racing starts – Fastest first
4.30pm – Podiums – Top 3 in each category.
Distance will be around 20 miles including the stages with practice in the morning and then racing in the afternoon.
Three stages all timed live so you have instant results exactly the same has in our mini downhill races.
All three stage times will be added together and fastest cumulative total time will used for the results.
The race order is
Super Veteran 50+
Open 17 & Under
Entries now open on the British Cycling website https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/events/details/85409/One-Industries-Mini-Enduro
We are also looking for 20 marshals for the day.
You can have a free entry or £45 cash for the day. Email email@example.com to sign up.
Full info on www.minienduro.tv
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