June 23, 2018
The Pocatello Enduro will plunge racers into some of the best mountain biking that Southeastern Idaho has to offer. Racers will test their mettle on stages of over 10 minutes; 28 total miles on the bike, 4000ft of climbing, and a massive 5000ft of descending. Get ready for a huge adventure on the bike.
Beginners/Junior racers will racing a slightly modified course, but should prove to be equally as awesome. Those brave souls who choose take on this epic challenge will be met with glory and bragging rights as the Pocatello Enduro will be a true “East versus West” showdown. Do you have what it takes?
The Pocatello Enduro is stop #1 of the 4 race IES 2018 series. Bonus points also available at the NAEC.
Scout Mountain Campground (FS campground), or up South Fork Mink Creek Road for dispersed camping. There are dispersed spots on the right hand side of this road about 10 minutes in (just passed where windago comes out). Other options are the KOA on Pocatello Creek or local hotels.
RACE HEAD QUARTERS:
Gibson Jack Trailhead
9812 Gibson Jack Rd, Pocatello, ID 83204
Parking is limited. Please carpool and be respectful of local residents.
Registration closes 5/23 at midnight
Adult – $80 ($100 day of)
Juniors – (13-17) $50 ($70 day of)
INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATIONS REFUND POLICY
UP TO ONE MONTH BEFORE EVENT:
OPTION A: Full refund, less original processing fees paid upon registration + $5 refund fee
OPTION B: Free transfer of same racer to another open event*
UP TO TWO WEEKS BEFORE EVENT:
OPTION A: 50% refund, less original processing fees paid upon registration + $5 refund fee
OPTION B: Transfer same racer to another open event for $20*
UP TO ONE WEEK BEFORE EVENT:
NO REFUNDS OR TRANSFERS, NO EXCEPTIONS
*Transfers for same racer to another open event in same season are on a space available basis and not available for sold out events with a wait list in effect. Transfers are offered once per registration and are final – once issued, no further refunds or transfers are available.
Pro – Extremely confident at jumping, drops, cornering and technical rock or trail features. Can ride every part of any given trail with out hesitation. Can ride everything in the Boise/McCall area at full speed. Able to complete a 30+ mile trail ride. Has lots of racing experience in different types of mountain biking.
Expert – Able to do most jumps, drops and is pretty good at cornering. Can ride most technical rock or trail features but not all. Can ride most parts of any given trail but sometimes has to take the alternate line. Able to complete a 20+ mile trail ride. Races several times a year.
Sport – Can do smaller jumps and drops and feels comfortable at cornering. Can ride most trails but sometimes hesitates on technical features or sometimes walks/rides around a feature. Able to complete a 20 mile trail ride. Has raced a few times.
Beginner – Mountain biking is still a relatively new sport. Not comfortable at jumping, drops and is still learning how to corner properly. Not comfortable with really technical terrain. Can ride most novice trails but stays away from the really technical trails. Anything over 10-15 miles is a big day on the bike. New to racing or raced once before.
Juniors – Rider ability and level varies. Class consists of beginner to sport level riders. You can have very fast kids or slow kids racing the junior class.
Female riders with questions should contact our Dirt Dolls representative, Tesh Denton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Day Of Race
RulesClick here to download and view the series rules.
$650 equal pay out for Pro’s
Medals and merchandise for all other categories
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