Enduro

The Enduro/Funnduro is on Saturday the 16th of June 2018.

Presented by Funn, we are re-naming this event to the ‘Funnduro’.

Taking in three short course stages on Saturday between 09:00 and 13:00. This will be the perfect introduction for those wishing to enter their first enduro event as the courses are classed as entry level. We will be utilising the popular ‘Mashup’ Format that allows you to be timed on each stage as many times as you can manage within the three hour period. The fastest logged time from each stage counts. With no fixed start times, this allows you to ride and race with your friends. Entries are limited to 250 riders with an entry fee of £25.00 plus a £1.00 booking fee.

Please Note for Race Registration:

-Please bring valid photographic I.D with you such as a driving licence or passport.

-No British Cycling Race Licence or Membership is required.

-There will be no on the day entries.

Schedule for Thursday the 14th of June 2018.

15:00 to 21:00 Race Registration.

 

Schedule for Friday the 15th of June 2018.

09:00 to 20:00 Race Registration.

 

Schedule for Saturday the 16th of June 2018.

08:00 to 09:00 Race Registration Open.

09:00 to 13:00 All courses are live.

13:15 Podiums for the top three in each category.

 

Please note: The race entry covers you for the Funnduro race only. To enter the festival, please pay the applicable admission price, even if you are racing. This will cover your entry to the festival, parking, camping and spectating.

Festival Event Entry Tickets are available now from The Ticket Seller by clicking HERE.

 

Rules and Regulations.

Please ensure you are fully aware and agree with the rules and regulations as set down by which are viewable by clicking HERE.

Equipment: The Bicycle must be capable of safely and efficiently completing the task and must, as a minimum, be mechanically sound, have efficient brakes on all wheels and all reasonable steps must be taken to ensure the safety of the rider and others. As part of the
latter, bar plugs are compulsory.

Helmets: It is compulsory to wear a protective helmet when racing or training on the course and such helmet must comply with the required safety standards defined in the General Regulations. A full-face helmet is recommended, though we will allow open face helmets to be worn. The helmet must be properly secured in both training and racing and must be fitted with a visor.

Categories to enter:

Men:

e-bike Men 16 years of age plus.
Juvenile Men in the year of their 13th or 14th birthday.
Youth Men in the year of their 15th or 16th birthday.
Junior Men in the year of their 17th or 18th birthday.
Grand Veteran Men in the year of their 50th birthday or older.
Veteran Men in the year of their 40th to 49th birthday.
Master Men in the year of their 30th to 39th birthday.
Senior Men in the year of their 19th to 29th birthday.
Elite Men in the year of their 19th birthday or older.

Women:

e-bike Women in the year of their 16th birthday or older.
Juvenile Women in the year of their 13th or 14th birthday.
Youth Women in the year of their 15th or 16th birthday.
Junior Women in the year of their 17th or 18th birthday.
Grand Veteran Women in the year of their 50th birthday or older.
Veteran Women in the year of their 40th to 49th birthday.
Master Women in the year of their 30th to 39th birthday.
Senior Women in the year of their 19th to 29th birthday.
Elite Women in the year of their 19th birthday or older.
-For example: If you are 17 years of age at any time in 2018 then you should enter Juniors. If you are 30 years of age at any time in 2018 then you should enter Masters.

 

 

 

 

Mountain biking is an inherently dangerous sport with the distinct possibility of severe injuries, or even worse. No matter where you ride or how well you know the course you should never ride beyond your skill level and always ride in control and in a sensible manner. Riding in control does not just mean being able to stop, it also means having the requisite skills to recognise and avoid potentially dangerous situations on the course. You must also be able to recognise where it is safe to stop on the course. Avoiding accidents with other riders is an essential mountain biking skill.

Riders must use the course in a sensible manner compatible with their level of experience. Riders should walk the course, observing current ground conditions, making yourself aware of any obstacles prior to riding the course. We ask riders to accept that they will ride the course at their own risk and accept that no liability can be accepted by the event organisers.

Recent Questions:

Q. Can I speak to someone? A. Yes of course. Telephone Si Paton 07968 229 359 or e-mail si@pinkbike.com.

Q. Do you need a British Cycling Race Licence or Membership (Bronze, Silver or Gold) to race? A. No.

Q. Do I have to race on a retro / old skool bike? A. You can race on any bike you so wish as long as it is fit for purpose.

Q. Can I race on a retro / old skool bike? A. Yes as long as it is fit for purpose.

Q. Is there a limit to the number of riders in a category? A. There is no limit to a number of riders in a category, only on the number of riders in an event.

Q. Is there a limit to the number of spectators or campers? A. Yes, we have a set number of camping pitches and spectator spaces available.

Q. What if I miss the sign on? A. You will not be allowed to practice or race.

Q. If I provide a marshal, will I get a free entry? A. You will have to enter yourself into the event. The transactions with marshals shall be a separate matter.

Q. If the event is sold out, will there be a reserve list? A. Apologies no.

Q. How much are entries? A. Race entries are £25.00 each plus the booking fee.

Q. Is it the same price for all categories? A. Yes.

Q. Can you enter on the day? A. No, entries are available online, in advance only.

Q. Is there a multi-entry discount? A. Apologies no.

Q. Can I have a refund or transfer my entry. A. Please make sure you are aware of the Malverns Classic refund policy as listed HERE.