The Phoenix Enduro

WHAT IS ENDURO RACING?
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Enduro is the fastest growing race format internationally. It encourages mates to ride with each other and invites spectators to get up close and personal with this adrenaline fuelled style of racing.

In short, Enduro competitors experience a day of untimed uphill's (Liaison) and timed downhills (Special Stages).

Racing is over a series of 'Special Stages' which are timed stages and the competitor with the fastest accumulative time at the end of the day wins.

Race days can take competitors on a day involving 4 - 6 timed stages, with anywhere between 900m to 2000m of vertical climbing and upwards of 30km of riding overall.

WHAT LEVEL OF RIDER CAN COMPETE IN AN ENDURO?
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Any! That's the beauty of it! From amateurs to pro-level racers, Enduro's accommodate everyone and offer different challenges
for every type of rider.

The intent of Enduro events is that each rider will walk away with the feeling of accomplishment having built friendships and comradery
with fellow riders.

WHAT GEAR DO I NEED TO CARRY DURING RACES?
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All riders must wear a full face helmet while on Special Stages and Liaisons. The helmet must meet local and event regulations.  A two-piece (with removable jaw) will be accepted as a full face helmet as long as it meets full regional regulations and standards.

Each rider must be self sufficient for the duration of the race. (Food stashes are NOT permitted). Riders are encouraged to carry sufficient supplies / tools  to see them through a day of demanding racing. Tubes, multi-tool, pump, chain-links, food and water are all strongly recommended 

Personal sufficiency and self-management is a large part of the Enduro challenge and while it is important to look after yourself, your are encouraged to assist and support other riders while on course.

Any protection rules put in place by the organiser must be followed by all competitors. No exceptions will be permitted.

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