May 1st 2021
Registration opens December 2020
We are committed to providing unique and exciting events that gravel racers want to be apart of.
The spring 2021 will usher in a new and completely different gravel event simply named The Enduro. The race will start and finish at the Whitewater Barn. There will be 3 timed stages with neutral sections connecting them. Only the stages will be timed and count towards the final standings but riders must complete all loops and neutral sections to be considered for awards. The race will have 73 miles of timed racing. 25 miles of neutral sections. The total race will be 98 miles.
Only the 3 stages will be timed and count for position
Riders will have to follow the pre planned routes for both the stages and the neutral sections or be disqualified
The stages will be marked with course marking. The neutral sections will not be and require the rider to know the route
There will be scheduled start times for each class at each stage based on a minimum speed limit. Each rider will be required to start the next loop by the cutoff in order to proceed in the race and not be disqualified (Example: 10 mph average. 30 miles for the first loop + 10 miles for the neural = 40 miles / 10 mph = 4 hours. Based on that example if class A started the first stage at 8:00am then all riders in class A will be required to start the second stage at 12:00pm)
Each class will be started by the timer at each stage at their designated start time. No riders will be allowed to start the stage before their groups start time
All stage start times will be posted for each class
There will be designated self supported/support crew sag stations before each loop where you can make repairs and resupply water/nutrition
There will be a bag drop service for riders without a support crew
We will continually update this page as we work through the details of this unique race. Make sure to save the date Saturday May 1st. We hope this excites you as much as it does us.
Stage 3 is 4 clockwise loops of the Whitewater Barn course. This is the most technical course in The Enduro. It is also a crowd favorite. From its small switch back, mile stretch of B road and water crossing, it has something for everyone. Each loop is 6.50 miles with an elevation gain of 214 ft.