Enduro2 is an Enduro Pairs Race! Pairs races are very common in MTB-marathon-racing, but a new thing for enduro riders. The entries for the Enduro2 Race are open now, don’t be late, grab a partner and sign up for a big adventure! Everything you need to know in the press release:

Racing in a pair is an unique experience.
Racing in a pair is an unique experience.

One of the finest mountain biking destinations in the world, Les Arcs, is again the host resort. “With its rapid lift system, huge 2,000m vertical drop and amazing singletrack from high Alpine through mature forests to the valley floor, Les Arcs is the ideal setting,” says Ali from event organisers trailAddiction. “Last summer’s event was amazing fun; the racing-in-pairs format really brings an extra dimension and tons of competitors told us Enduro2 was one of the best things they’d ever done on two wheels”. TrailAddiction (the team behind Trans-Savoie) have been guiding in the Les Arcs valley for 14 years, and know every centimetre of the terrain.

Enduro2 is raced ‘blind’ over a ‘long’ three-day weekend, and blends state-of-the-art machine built Bike Park terrain with a mind-boggling quantity of secret paths and ancient trails to hype adrenaline levels. The timed stages take in over 12,000m of vertical descending to challenge riders of all abilities.

Entries are to be submitted in teams of two – one entry form per team. The application window is open from 18:00 GMT on the 1st December – a random selection process will be used to pick the 300 successful riders and we also have a pairs-matching service for individuals wishing to hook up with a new riding buddy – email us for more details.

Enduro2 runs Saturday 25th June to Monday 27th June 2016. Entry details, application, prices and availability can be found at the trailAddiction website. Get an impression of the race with this years Highlight Video.

Words: trailAddiction

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