Our one-of-a-kind night enduro is back!
The Night Enduro will be hosted by One Planet Adventure, Llandegla on Saturday 18th November 2017 from 3PM till 8PM.
Going bigger and better for 2017 the night enduro will run a Mash Up format meaning that you can ride each of the 4 stages as many times as you can to get a winning time.
The course opens at 3PM and it’s up to you to ride as much as you want till 8PM. There are no time penalties for transitions and no pressure to score that one perfect run. It’s all about about having fun and going fast without the pressure of ‘normal’ enduro racing … all with the twist of racing in the dark!
Llandegla boasts over 44km of top quality, fun, flowing singletrack. We’ve picked 4 great stages that will challenge the best whilst staying fun and rideable for everyone. The course is around 15miles for a single lap … but the Mash Up format means that final distance is up to you! There will be live timing throughout the event and riders will be able to see live stage times on their phones as they race. Live timing is available here.
One Planet Adventure Llandegla will remain open throughout the evening and riders can drop back into base between stages to sample their Award Winning bacon butties or to use the bike shop.
Coed Llandegla Forest
See more at: http://www.oneplanetadventure.com
Coed Llandegla Forest is located on the A525, approximately 7 miles west of Wrexham.
From Chester take the A483 south from Chester towards Wrexham then take the A525 west signed Ruthin. Coed Llandegla is signposted from the road, to the left, approximately 1 mile after the Moors Inn.
From Ruthin area take the A525 east towards Wrexham. Coed Llandegla Forest is signed from the road on the right, approximately 1 mile after the Plough Pub.
Our postcode is LL11 3AA, however, if using Sat Nav this does not take you directly to the centre, but will get you to the turning to the centre off the A525
Car parking costs:
- £4.50 per car (all day)
Income from car parking charges helps towards the upkeep of the site, and development of new facilities and trails.
The nearest train station Wrexham General. Directions from the station to the visitor centre can be found here.
The X50 bus (Wrexham – Denbigh – Rhyl) passes the entry road to Coed Llandegla Forest. For details of public transport visit www.traveline-cymru.info
No Easy Ups
NO Camping or overnight parking
2) Helmet Cameras.
Can only be used attached to helmets – no chest mounts
A deposit will be required at registration from a Debit or Credit card and will only be taken if you don’t return your transponder after the race
Saturday in Cafe
Registration Opens 2.00pm
Registration Closes at 6.00pm
You must have sign on and collected your number board by 6.00pm to race.
Saturday Day Time – Forest open to ride to everyone as normal with no marshals or medics on the stages.
Racing Starts at 3.00pm on all stages, you can start any stage in any order and repeat the stages as many times as you want until 8pm when all stages will close.
You need to complete all 4 stages to be counted for the results. Your fastest time from each stage will be used for the results.
You can check the results online www.minienduro.tv or in the Café on the big Screen.
3.00pm Racing Starts, Medics and Marshals on all stages
8.00pm All stages are closed
**The organisers reserve the right to change this schedule if they feel necessary. If this happens riders will be kept fully informed by PA announcements or at the start/finish of a stage.
No Start times just start when you want on any stage.
The race order is:
No race order you can ride with mates and start in any order.
4) Transponder Deposit
We need to take copy of credit or debit card for transponder deposit will be returned to you when you return the transponder. If you will have to if you lose or damaged the transponder.
Please return your transponder after the race or if you pull out of the race to the café to collect your deposit slip back.
All stages will have live timing posted direct to the internet (subject to signal)
Website address www.actionsportstiming.co.uk
- Open or full face helmets can be worn and the strap done up at all times during the race.
- Bar End plugs must in end of your handle bars
- No pushing back up the stage, please use a fire roads by each stage to repeat a section of the stage.
- The tracks are taped in places these are for safety to keep going in the right direction please don’t cut the tape.
The transfer window is closed, we cannot offer any transfers or refunds for any entries.
We are now on site so its unlikely we will be replying to any emails.
If you need to contact us please ring 07540 723254
Please use the #minienduro on all posts.
We look forward to meeting you this weekend.
Good Luck and enjoy your days racing
Active Transponders will be used to give live stages times from each stage during the night. Riders can check their stages times in real-time on their mobile phones on this link.
There are 4 stages with transfers in between each – these are not timed. The race will follow a ‘Mash Up’ format meaning that you’re free to ride each stage as many times as you are able within the time available (3PM to 8PM). No sectioning of stages is permitted and riders must ride full runs only. All stages will close at 8PM and no riding is permitted after that time. Riders will be ranked based on their results on their fastest 3 stages.
Any mountain bike is allowed, including eBikes and hardtails which have their own categories. Only one bicycle can be used during the event, including any transition stages. Competitors must start and finish the competition on the same frame, fork and wheels.
- A helmet conforming to technical regulation 8.6.1 must be worn during all race and transition stages. Full face or open face helmets are permitted.
- Lights are essential.
- Knee and elbow protectors are advisable.
- All Competitors must be self sufficient and prepared for a varying climate as well as any basic mechanical repairs. Consideration should be given to the nature of the course and the length of time the event may take to complete.
The course is marked with signs and with some sections that are taped if a specific line should be taken on the stage. If a competitor leaves the trail/course, they must re-enter at the same point and must restore the tape as they found it.
Course Cutting means disqualification. If a rider is spotted cutting a special stage course by a marshal they will be disqualified.
Any questions? Please use our Contact Us page.