The Enduro World Series has revealed its 2018 calendar as it continues to host races in exotic riding destinations around the globe. The series sixth season will once again feature eight rounds across three continents, and will start the first half of the year with four completely new venues. Whistler will be the only North American stop.
WHISTLER, BC – The Whistler Mountain Bike Park has announced the 2nd annual Whistler Spring Classic Enduro on May 27 and 28, 2017. As the second stop on the six stop North American Enduro Tour (NAET) and also an Enduro World Series (EWS) Qualifier, the Whistler Spring Classic will feature a new two-day format and a $3,000 prize purse.
MASCOTA, MEX. — The North American Enduro Tour recently wrapped up South of the Border with the Big Mountain Enduro Sierra Madre, dawing riders from Canada, the U.S., Mexico and as far away as Scotland to Mascota for two days of climbing the rolling countryside and dropping into technical, rocky descents and small Mexican towns.
DONNELLY, ID – Tamarack Bike Park may have closed for the season, but your last chance to ride the lifts will be when the Idaho Enduro Series invades Tamarack on Saturday, September 24, making it the only lift-assisted race in the series.
KILLINGTON, VT – After nearly five months of racing across six states and eight venues, the Eastern States Cup enduro series came down to one final weekend at Killington Bike Park in Vermont with ro racers competing for $6,600 and amateur racers vying for more than $10,000 in prizes. Check out the highlights from enduroing at the "Beast of the East" below.
ANGEL FIRE, NM – Pro enduro racer and Taos native Macky Franklin is living what many of would call "The Dream." He travels full time and rides his bike for a living. According to Franklin, movement is key, whether on his bike or in his lifestyle. "I'm the happiest when I'm moving," he says in the video. "I think we lose that as we start getting older." Watch below as he talks movement and shreds Angel Fire Bike Park.
CRESTED BUTTE, CO –The Big Mountain Enduro finals descended upon the mountain bike Mecca of Crested Butte this past weekend. The rain-soaked finals took racers on a tour of some of Colorado's finest backcountry trails before ending with a grand finale at Evolution Bike Park. Scroll down for some of the best action, crashes and carnage.
LOS ALAMOS, NM – The 3rd annual Los Alamos Endurofest descends upon New Mexico August 6 and 7 for two days of what event organizers are calling some of the most challenging riding the state has to offer, finishing the second day at Pajarito Bike Park. Racers will encounter 4,300 feet of climbing and 9,500 feet of descending for a chance at a $1,000 pro purse.