Coming soon: Dublin – 16/17 August.

Yet another round of the Bluegrass Enduro Tour which will go down in history! A girls-only race on Saturday and a men-only race on Sunday.

The event will be a fun tour of the east coast of Ireland, riding the best mountain bike venues in the country, in one day! To kick things off, we welcome you to the spectacular surrounds of Powerscourt Waterfall, where we will ease into the days action with a complementary tea/coffee and snack breakfast. The day will finish at the foot of the waterfall, an ideal place for a group photo before we light the BBQ and chill out while we await the results!

Among the riders that have already entered the event, the Kiwis Kate Flucker, national XC champion and Reon Boe, recent 3rd at the Megavalanche, are probably those having to travel the most to reach Dublin!

More info here.


Guebwiller – France – 21 September.

The previous two rounds in France have seen a great battle between some of the world’s best. Rémy Absalon will be there to defend his lead but Nicolas Lau and François Bailly-Maître have proved to been strong contenders for the French challenge raced inside the Bluegrass Enduro Tour.

More info here.

Rémy Absalon by J.Reuiller.
Rémy Absalon by J.Reuiller.

Castelbuono – Sicily – 26/28 September

The sicilian village of Castelbuono will bring again its share of exotism to the series. And won’t lack of racing spirit either; Justin Leov has already confirmed he’ll fly to Sicily to race the Bluegrass Enduro Tour directly from New Zealand!

Justin Leov by J.Reuiller.
Justin Leov by J.Reuiller.

Urban prologue on Friday, full day of racing on Saturday, and a complimentary ride-with-the-pros all-mountain tour on Sunday. You won’t waste your time if you join us! More info here.


Words: Bluegrass Enduro Tour PR | Pictures: J.Reuiller & Bluegrass Enduro Tour PR

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