We are back to Mach! after the great feedback from the last race we going to pull the stops out on this one to give even more fun. A lot of work will going on to make some awesome stages to race.
This race will have 4 stages all natural off-piste stages. (No Trail Centre tracks)
The stages will be marked the day before the race so everything is ready to go for race day!
This is private land no riding before or after the race weekend.
The stages will be taped and marked out, with professional timing, marshals and fully trained medics onsite throughout the race day.
Stages to be used
The Mini Enduro’s take place over one day and will be of a shorter distance to allow riders to practice the stages before the start of the race later in the day.
The format is Mash Up for this race so you can ride together with no start times and you can ride the stages in any order as many times as you can.
The stages will be all gravity with no uphills, just blasting down some of the best off piste trails.
Distance will vary but expect around 10 miles to complete all the stages on the route.
The transitions will follow the marked route to keep everyone going in the right direction.
Your are not timed between the stages but you are given a stage start time to try to keep everyone in their categories.
All stage times will be added together to produce the overall results for each category.
Quote from Sean Bacon from the last race “Great fun races the mini’s. Can’t recommend them enough.”
Free Camping for Riders and families
Parking is free in the field.
Dyfi Enduro field
E-Bikes : must have a maximum speed limited to 15.5mph. (These will be checked before the start)
The map for the stages will be released on Friday of the race day.
The race has a maximum of 300 riders, so we advise you to enter early.
Who can race? if your 14 or over have a mountain bike and a helmet then you can race.
Saturday – The stages are open to ride and are marked out but with no marshals or medics on the stages.
Mash Up format so All stages go live at 10.30am.
There are minimum 3 stages in each event, with transfers in between these transfers are not timed and do not count for the overall standing. Special stages close at a specified time, to ensure the event finishes on time. Riders will be notified at registration on the morning of the event
An all mountain bike is ideal for these races but any mountain bike is allowed
- short travel,
- long travel,
- a downhill bike but not recommended with the riding in-between transfer stages.
- Only one Bicycle can be used during an event, including any transition stages.
- Competitors must start and finish the competition on the same frame, fork and wheels.
E-Bikes or E-MTB
All bikes used to compete within the E-bike class at the mini enduro races should comply with the current eu directive and abide by the rules in force.
An assisted maximum speed limited to 15.5mph.
- A helmet (open or full face) must be worn during all race and transition stages.
- 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.
This 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.
Camping and Parking.
Car Parking is free in the Event field
Registration – In the Event Field