2017 Haibike Mini Enduro - Entries Open

Jan 23, 2017
by Pinkbike Staff  
Mini Enduro
Mini Enduro

The series returns with another year of exciting and no-stress racing, promising big fun on little hills across four weekends.

New for 2017, the series is powered by Haibike, the global leader in ePerformance mountain bikes.

4th March 17: Bike Park Wales
30th April 17: Forest of Dean
22th October 17: Forest of Dean
18th November 17: Coed Llandegla

The series is a fan favourite thanks to its relaxed, ride-with-your-mates vibe and regularly sells out year after year as one of the most popular enduro series in the UK. For 2017 races will be held at three classic venues - The Forest of Dean, Bike Park Wales and Coed Llandegla.

Mini Enduro events are all about fun. They’re held in one day and don’t need the best bike, the biggest balls or the fittest legs. Riders aged 13+ can enter and anyone with a bit of experience of riding off-road trails is welcome. Pros and first time racers alike can compete at the Mini Enduro. eBikes and traditional ‘people powered’ bikes can both race the Mini Enduro.

2017 sees Haibike (http://www.haibikeuk.co.uk) join Mini Enduro as the title sponsor, supporting the series all the way through to 2021. Haibike are the global leader in ePerformance mountain bikes, distributed in the UK by Raleigh. The series will include an eMTB category at every race and an additional special stage designed just for the eBikes. Haibike eMTB bikes will be on display at every race including their high performance Xduro and Sduro range. Haibike will also sponsor the Welsh Gravity Enduro Series.

Haibike’s Richard Dobney said:

“We’re super happy to be supporting the Mini Enduro and Welsh Gravity Enduro for 2017. Having been huge fans of the races these guys have put on for many years, (10 right?!) it’s great to be involved with a bunch of people that reflect the true spirit of riding bikes in the woods with your mates, Chris and Charlie’s events are all about one thing: FUN”

The series will also receive support from Enve Composites, the Trailhead Bicycle Company Shrewsbury, Race Co Cycles Stourbridge and Unite Components.

You can enter the Mini Enduro today at minienduro.tv.

Photo's provided by Bic Mac Photography (https://www.facebook.com/bigmacphotography)


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 I'm looking at getting into a race purely for gloating reasons amongst my friends. This looked ideal but surely they don't have ebikes racing in the same category as the real bikers? Please can anyone confirm??
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 Whoops never mind I can read my phone didn't format the page well and I lost a paragraph. I will consider this further.

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