03: L&D: SRAM : Enduro Info :: Sun 22/9/2019

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29/9/19: UnParallel Cross Country Results here.

22/9/19: SRAM Enduro Results here!

19/9/19: Here’s your enduro map!

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18/9/19: Online entries have now closed for the DH & Enduro THIS weekend. Check with Phil for a late entry, you might get lucky.

Please remember: that to enjoy the double deal AND/OR online entry rates you must also pay online. We prefer direct deposit, easy for you & easy for us!
When entering, please pay when entering. It makes keeping entry things tidy and acknowledging your payment so much easier!
NOTE: Your online entry is not confirmed until you have paid in full online and received a confirmation from us. 

Maxxis Earlybird incentive… the first 40 confirmed Double Deal online entries go into a draw to win a fr/rr set of Maxxis tyres! That’s the DH & Enduro weekend entry’s…

SRAM Enduro Race:
There is an entry limit of 200. So get in quick and you will be allocated a wave/start time depending on category. This should reduce congestion around the course and we’ll allocate wave start times at registration (Monteith’s Brewery Bar, 9am) We anticipate 3-4 waves, at about 5-10 minute intervals…
The SRAM Enduro Features 6 stages, 3 from previous years and 3 new delectable stages. Course details will be released marked from Friday morning  20/9/2019 and THEN you can practice. This is to let the course be nice and fresh for EVERYONE, (not just the locals;-)

Minimum Age: The Under 17 Enduro Grade/Class is intended for Year 9 age (High School) and up to 17yrs. The course is a full-on senior course with large technical rock drops, technical jumps, technical trees and technical speed. Not really primary school level.

Issues, queries, questions and all other stuff not covered in this site please call Phil on 021 456 918 or email: info@altitudebikes.co.nz (just make sure you’ve read everything first, eh!)

9:00am sign-on at Monteiths, Alexandra. 9.45 briefing, 10am start…
Day entries only if P-Cards are available
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Check Facebook for info on the day…

Remember: Full-face helmet, long finger gloves and knee-pads compulsory & mandatory!
A riding helmet must be worn at all times, full-face helmets are compulsory on timed downhill stages.
The last couple of years we have seen enough blood to make this compulsory and are sure that all riders be on-board with this. The terrain is very gnarly and will hurt you if you bin it.

Same bike for the whole race, take enough food, drink and spares to keep you going alllll day. No outside help except tech station. You have 5 hours to complete the course from your start time i.e.: 10am start => 3pm finish. We expect everyone to have finished by approx 3:45pm.
Timekeeping: You will be carrying SportIdent RFID P-Cards on your right wrist and we use SportIdent Section Start & Finish RFID Controls for this events timing. Most are familiar with these but we’ll give a quick demo at briefing anyway.

Please, please, please remember to come and have your P-Card read as soon as you have finished the last stage. Please don’t go and having a shower/snack/extra run/whatever. Get your card read and Then you can rehydrate/shower/party/bleed… whatever!

On the day entries? (Only if available, check with Phil first) from 9am and will be $10 extra (please enter/pay online)
All entry/sign-on stuff at Monteith’s in Alexandra (coffee available)
We’ll be there from approx 8am, and will open asap, but 9am at the latest.
Race Briefing 9:45am again at Monteith’s, and Start: 10:00am and we may seed you at briefing.
Event start/finish and prize-giving venue at  Monteith’s Brewery Bar.
Please park in Shannon St for all day parking. Down by SuperLiquor/playground area.
Liaison starts from Monteith’s Brewery Bar, head to the ShakyBridge and follow course markers.
Prizegiving: At Monteiths Bar opposite the iSite in Alexandra’s main drag. BBQ available, bar meals and beer! Prizegiving will commence as soon as possible, we are hoping for approx 3:30pm (ish)


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