aro valley's favourite enduro returns
The Wellington Enduro Series returns to the swooping trails of Aro Valley and Te Kopohau, with the 2023 Waimapihi Enduro.
As with previous years, we'll have a hard and an intermediate course, with a mixture of the classics and some OG classics back in the mix. The race will have multiple timed stages, and a "king and queen of the hill" award for the fastest male and female riders, and a little less climbing on the Barking Emu stage. Honest.
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Race courses will be announced closer to the event, and will include an intermediate and a hard course. The hard course will be longer, have a bit more climbing, and counts towards Wellington Enduro Series points.
Intermediate - will be suitable for riders happy with intermediate level trails
Hard - Faster, harder, and a wee bit more of an adventure. Anticipate a little bit more riding
**NOTE** Wellington Enduro Series points will only be available for those racing in the Hard category only!
CATEGORIES (Male/Female for each grade)
Masters 1 (30-39)
Masters 2 (40-49)
Masters 3 (50+)
The Welly MTB Club has a reciprocal arrangement with the MMBC, PNP, Wairarapa MTB and Revolve clubs, contact your club administration for the entry code.
If you aren't a WMTBC member already, CLICK HERE to join the Trails Wellington (which includes membership) and save on online registration.
Online registration closes Friday 24th March, 9pm. Spaces will be limited to 200.
There may be limited on the day entries. Registering online is highly recommended to speed things up on the day and save on registration. Entry prices on the day will be $40 (members) and $60 (non-members)
TRAVELLING TO THE WAIMAPIHI ENDURO
The event village will be located at the grassy park at the bottom of Waimapihi Reserve, on upper Aro Street. Car parking is limited, so please ride to the trails. If you're driving in to town, consider parking on Ohiro Road or Brooklyn, and riding from there.