Info: New entries for this event closed on Friday 10th September 2021.
Celebrate 10 years of the TweedLove Bike Festival at the biggest enduro race of the year, just one year later… cheers covid!
Join the pros to ride five of the best stages ever to feature in our races over the last 10 years. It’ll be three* action-packed days on the hills using the cream of the country’s enduro trails.
*Practice Friday and Saturday, race day Sunday.
TweedLove’s headline event and Round 3 of the Triple Crown series.
Enter all events in the Triple Crown for a reduced rate by selecting 'Triple Crown' on the next page.
Depending on how you want to enjoy your race day, you can choose to be seeded or not…
All riders completing the full course can choose if they want to be seeded for each of the races or, alternatively, they can choose a start time at event registration so they can ride with their mates all the way round the course.
If you opt to be seeded you will be given start times for every stage of the race. You must complete all the race stages, and stick to the stage start schedule you’re given at registration. If seeded riders miss their start time they will be slotted in at the start marshals discretion. There are no time penalties for missing your stage start times BUT there is an overall course completion time and penalties apply if you don’t make this.
Choose this if you’re fast and if you want to minimise chance of encountering traffic while on the race course, with no uncertain queuing at stage starts, but be aware you might not be able to spend race day riding with your mates.
Choose to be non-seeded if you can to ride with your mates. You’ll need to register together at event HQ so you all get the same start waves. You are still given guide times to start each stage, and there’s an overall course completion time – penalties apply if you don’t make it. There’s more chance of being before or after a rider who is considerably faster or slower than you, but with less stress on the transition times, it’s a more sociable choice for many.
The short course will be at least one stage less than the full version of the course. It’s aimed at riders concerned about the fitness challenge of the entire enduro course, and for the 14-15 age group riders