2015 Eastern Triple Crown Enduro Registration Open

Aug 6, 2015
by Mountain Creek Bike Park  
2014 King of the Mountain Enduro Photo Matt Delorme

2015 Eastern Enduro Triple Crown Series Registration Open

The Eastern Enduro Triple Crown is proud to announce the return of their series and event dates for fall of 2015. The Eastern Triple Crown in its third season has quickly become one of the east coast’s premier enduro series with their events taking place at three of the most well respected mountain biking venues in northeast. Once again the Triple Crown series will put more than $30,000 in cash and prizes up for grabs this season thanks to supporting sponsors: 510, Dynaplug, GForm, Prestige MTB and SR Suntour.

The 2015 series will kickoff with the Kingdom Enduro on September 20th in East Burke, Vermont with the Kingdom Enduro at the Q Burke Mountain Bike Park. Nestled in the picturesque hills of Vermont’s world-famous Northeast Kingdom, the Kingdom Enduro offers racers the opportunity to ride and race on some of the best single track and downhill terrain in the North America.

Following the Kingdom Enduro, the series will move to Mountain Creek Bike Park in Vernon, New Jersey on October 4th for the King of the Mountain Enduro. Mountain Creek will test racers against their world-renown rock gardens and the Mid-Atlantic’s best bike park terrain.

The final stop of the series will bring racers to Highland Mountain Bike Park in Tilton, New Hampshire for their OverMountain Enduro on Sunday October 25th. A mecca for gravity riders, Highland will make for the perfect venue to end the season with and crown the overall series winners.

2015 Eastern Enduro Triple Crown Dates:

Kingdom Enduro September 19-20 East Burke, VT
King of the Mountain Enduro October 3-4 Vernon, NJ
OverMountain Enduro – Series Finals October 24-25 Northfield, NH

New for 2015 the Triple Crown Series has partnered with the Eastern States Cup Enduro Series organizers to handle the timing and series logistics for each of their three races. This new partnership should ensure a fun, accurate and flawless race experience for all Triple Crown participants.

Don’t miss out on what more than 500 Triple Crown participants discovered last season, enduro and the Triple Crown series offer some of the most fun you can have racing your bike. Just ask 2013 overall men’s winner and Giant Factory Enduro Racer Seamus Powell who had this to say about the series:

Mountain Creek was a blast, as always an all-out professionally done race. The tracks are all a super fun mix of rocks and bike park flow. The Highland OverMountain Enduro is your typical New England trails- full of loam, rocks, and roots. It’s a solid mix of longer downhill segments with a bit of pedal power mixed in. The Kingdom Enduro is all about flow. I feel that every mountain showcases the spirit of ‘enduro culture’ that's all the rage these days.

Racers can register for the events through BikeReg.com or on each resort’s respective website:


MENTIONS: @MCBP / @Highland-Mountain-Bike-Park


  • 7 1
 I only had a bad experience with MCBP race with all the non-racers on course, Burke and Highland were very well run IMO
  • 2 0
 Did 2 of these events last year (Kingdom & OverMountain) and can't wait to run them again this year!
  • 3 3
 meh, i havent heard many good things about this event in the past, hopefully they've got everything sorted.
  • 2 1
 Come out and race with us @whitebullit we're pretty sure you'll have a great time.
  • 6 1
 You only have to worry about getting around the non racers on the coarse (MCBP) and no marshals stopping cars at road crossings (Burke). Lets hope they fix that this year
  • 4 0
 Will the race courses be clear of park riders this year?

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