California Enduro Series Announces Details for 2020 Registration

Feb 11, 2020
by Michele Charboneau / Cali Enduro  

PRESS RELEASE: California Enduro Series (CES)


The 2020 California Enduro Series (CES) season — presented by Specialized — is just around the corner. Be ready to sign up when registration opens, as events tend to fill up quickly.

MAY 23 – TORO ENDURO (+EMTB)
Toro Park, Salinas • Presented by CCCX
Reg opens Sunday 2/16 at 8pm PST (Teams Thursday 2/13 at 8pm)

JUNE 13 – MAMMOTH BAR ENDURO (+EMTB)
Auburn SRA and Mammoth Bar OHV, Auburn • Presented by TBF Racing & The Hub Roseville
Reg opens Sunday 2/16 at 8pm PST (Teams Thursday 2/13 at 8pm)

JUNE 27 – CHINA PEAK ENDURO (+EMTB)
EWS Qualifier Event
China Peak Mountain Resort, Lakeshore • Presented by China Peak Mountain Resort
Reg opens Sunday 3/15 at 8pm PST (Teams Thursday 3/12 at 8pm)

JULY 18-19 – MT. SHASTA ENDURO (+EMTB)
Mt. Shasta Ski Park, McCloud • Presented by Mt. Shasta Ski Park
Reg opens Sunday 3/15 at 8pm PST (Teams Thursday 3/12 at 8pm)

AUGUST 22-23 – NORTHSTAR ENDURO (+EMTB)
EWS NAES finale
Northstar California Resort, Truckee • Presented by Northstar California Resort
Reg opens Sunday 5/31 at 8pm PST (same for teams)

OCTOBER 3 – ASHLAND MOUNTAIN CHALLENGE
EWS Qualifier Event
Lithia Park, Ashland OR • Presented by Ashland Mountain Adventures
Reg opens Sunday 3/1 at 8pm PST (Teams Thursday 2/27 at 8pm)

California Enduro Series is made possible by the generous sponsorship of industry and community businesses.

The series is grateful for the continued support of title sponsor Specialized, official suspension sponsor FOX, Race Face, WTB, Voler, Adventure Sports Journal, Intense and Zodiac Lights . Plus, big thanks and a huge welcome to new sponsors SANS, Galfer USA and GÜP !

If you’d like to get involved and be part of CES’ exciting 2020 season, send an email to sponsorship@californiaenduro.com.

Learn more at californiaenduroseries.com.


15 Comments

  • 22 4
 No E-Bikes in Oregon, apparently. They don't care how we do it in CA. Good for them.
  • 15 1
 ebikes are not allowed on any state park or state recreation land(outside of OHV) in the state of Oregon. it's pretty nice!
  • 5 1
 The Ashland Mountain Challenge trails are all in the Siskyou Mountains district of the Rogue-Siskiyou National Forest, so it's most likely a USFS restriction on motorized access. If the race were on moto-legal trails then e-bikes would be in as well.

There aren't any moto-legal trails on Mt. Ashland that I'm aware of, but you can find them all over Oregon, even in places you don't expect (such as Lawler in the Hardesty network near Oakridge). Usually the only way to know is to see the signs at the trailheads because there's not much accurate information on websites about it.
  • 13 0
 You mean Northern California Enduro Series??
  • 6 0
 Don’t forget S. Oregon Wink
  • 2 0
 @thomasake: We think of Oregon as California's hat.
  • 1 0
 ^^^ I was going for some DV action there - no takers? Where mah 'Goanians @?
  • 6 1
 let’s gets some of those races in SoCal next year and actually make it a real California Enduro Series.
  • 2 0
 SoCal is pretty thin on venues
  • 2 0
 @chrisclifford: Is Snow Summit an Option? Vail Lake also hosts pretty good Enduro races, And they even let them cut new trails out there.
  • 2 0
 @Three6ty: true, I forgot about Snow Summit. I grew up in the Bay Area, so China Peak and Mammoth I always considered SoCal. They're closer to LA than SF
  • 1 0
 @Three6ty: we raced summit last year and honestly it was the worst race of the season. Terrible trail choices (dickies????) ruined it. There is definitely potential to run a good race at summit, but making it majority off resort trails, like they have done, isnt the answer. They need to close the trails down for racing just like every other venue does.
  • 1 0
 @Three6ty: this is coming from someone who gets a summit annual pass each season. Last year we also had a race in Mexico so they do try to keep it balanced with where the venues are.
  • 1 0
 Austink- thanks for the info. I’m not sure how many different race runs you need to run a good overall race, but the potential is there!
In the end at least we do have enough venues in CA to make it happen and in the end that is all that matters.
  • 2 0
 Sick line up!

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