The People’s Enduro #1 – Beacon Hill / Camp Sekani – Hub-a-Palooza 2018

 

The terrain at Beacon Hill in Spokane lends itself to many styles of mountain biking, and is accessible to riders of all skill levels.  This will be a conventional enduro, where you are timed only on the downhill stages. The transition stages will be short-ish and fun, and will have to be completed within the time allotted, but will not be part of the race.

 

We will coordinate the races so that participants can compete in all 3 events (Saturday DH, Sunday DH, and The People’s Enduro)!  Racers who compete in all 3 events will be entered in a special raffle, where they have the opportunity to win our OMNIUM prize (TBA, but it is always really good).

 

Changes for 2018 –

  • Enduro is now a 2 day event!
  • Last year’s timing system is dialed in, and has been successfully tested at several other racers.
  • More course updates!
  • This race sold out in 2017.  There will be no overselling of this race, when we hit the limit of 200 DH and 180 enduro entries, registration will be closed and a wait list will be started.  We experienced issues caused by overselling the race in 2017, make sure to get signed up early and avoid the hassle.

 

The People’s Enduro details –

 

April 6, 2018 – Practice all day, and late registration from 12-5
April 7, 2018 – Expert/pro plate pick up is at 8am, riders meeting at 8:45am, race start 9am.  Beginner/sport plate pick up is at 9am, riders meeting at 9:45am, race start at 10am.  Results and live timing during race.
April 8, 2018 – Race start at 9am.  Results and live timing during race, awards after final racer.

 

6 timed stages (for expert/pro), stages will range from 3-10 minutes, 2000-2500 feet of climbing during the event per day, racers will be sent at 30 second intervals at the start of each stage. Awards will follow at end of race.

 

There will be late registration on-site Friday only, subject to a $10 late fee with NO EXCEPTIONS.  Actual racer check in will be on Sunday morning, with no late registration offered at this time.

Entries will be limited to 180, so please register early!

 

Categories:
Pro Women
Pro Men
Expert Women 40-49
Expert Women 19-39
Expert Women 18 & Under
Expert Men 50+
Expert Men 40-49
Expert Men 30-39
Expert Men 19-29
Junior Expert Men – 18 & Under
Sport Women 40+
Sport Women 19-39
Sport Women 18 & Under
Sport Men 50+
Sport Men 40-49
Sport Men 30-39
Sport Men 19-29
Sport Men 18 & Under
Beginner Women 40+
Beginner Women 19-39
Beginner Women 18 & Under
Beginner Men 50+
Beginner Men 40-49
Beginner Men 30-39
Beginner Men 19-29
Beginner Men 18 & Under
Not sure which class to enter?  Click here.

 

Enduro racers will be given their number plate at check in on Saturday morning.  Online registration will be open until April 3rd, 2018.  Late fee charged on any registration after March 11th, 2018.  No refunds after March 6th, 2018 all entry fees have been allocated to race costs by that time.

Entry fee is $65

 

Our obligations to you –

– Professionally organized event
– Courses taped and clearly marked
– Fast, accurate RFID timing
– Great raffle prizes
Cash for Pro

GET REGISTERED!
Click here for full results.
EMBA-EWC

All Gravity #1 & 2 – Beacon Hill / Camp Sekani – Double Down Hoe Down 10 – Hub-a-Palooza 2018

This is our 10th year putting on this race!  A milestone that we are super proud to be hitting!  Come celebrate with us.

The downhill race season is back upon us, and we’ll be kicking it off at Beacon in Spokane, WA again for 2018!  We thought the Double Down had died in 2013, but it turns out that we had more life to live…  This classic 2 day downhill event will be accompanied by an enduro race and a few other events during the same weekend!

 

Two days of downhill racing, two different courses, double the fun.

 

April 6, 2018 – Practice from 12-5pm, late registration/check in from 12-5pm.
April 7, 2018 – Practice from 8-12:00pm, race at 1pm. Late registration/check in from 8am – 10am.
April 8, 2018 – Practice from 8-11am, race at 12pm.  Late registration/check in from 8am-10am.
Awards and prize raffle will take place immediately after race is complete.

 

Categories:
Pro Women
Pro Men
Expert Women Open
Expert Women 18 & Under
Expert Men 50+
Expert Men 40-49
Expert Men 30-39
Expert Men 19-29
Junior Expert Men – 18 & Under
Sport Women Open
Sport Women 15-18
Sport Girls 12-14
Sport Men 50+
Sport Men 40-49
Sport Men 30-39
Sport Men 19-29
Sport Men 15-18
Sport Boys 12-14
Beginner Women Open
Beginner Women 15-18
Beginner Girls 12-14
Beginner Girls 11 & Under
Beginner Men 50+
Beginner Men 40-49
Beginner Men 30-39
Beginner Men 19-29
Beginner Men 15-18
Beginner Boys 12-14
Beginner Boys 11 & Under

 

Racers will be given their number plate for the weekend at registration/check in.  Online registration will be open until April 3rd, 2018.  Late fee charged on any registration after March 11th, 2018.  No refunds after March 6th, 2018 all entry fees have been allocated to race costs by that time.

Entry fee is $30/day or $55 for both days

 

Our obligations to you –

– Professionally organized event
– Courses taped and clearly marked
– Fast, accurate RFID timing
– Great raffle prizes
Cash for Pros

GET REGISTERED!
Click here for full results.
EMBA-EWC
What category should you enter?

We get asked which category is which from time to time, so we decided to break it down and post it here for your convenience.

 

Beginner  (Cat 3) – this category is for anyone who is just starting to race, even if you have ridden for a couple years it may not be a bad idea to enter your first (or first several) races as a beginner.

 

Sport (Cat 2) –  this category is for intermediate riders, and racers who have progressed past the beginner category.  Usually these riders will spend several hours a week on the bike.  The Sport category often has the most competitors.

 

Expert (Cat 1) – an expert racer has been riding and racing for several years. The expert racer was consistently in the top 5 of the sport category, and is ready for a challenge.  Expert racers train hard and learn each race course.

 

Pro – this category is for extremely experienced racers only, it will be extremely competitive.  Pro racers have usually been racing for several years, train consistently, and focus on learning each aspect of a race course.

Lodging/camping information

There is a small amount of on-site camping, it is available on a first come first serve basis.  No loud music or open fires.

 

Lodging is best found in Spokane Valley, please follow this link to an array of hotels.

TripAdvisor

 

Location:
6707 E Upriver Drive
Spokane, WA 99217

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