Race Recap: Oregon Enduro / NAET Finals - Mt Hood
FINALS - Mt. HOOD
NORTH AMERICAN ENDURO TOUR (NAET)
The trails of Mt Hood and nearby Sandy Ridge were the host of the 2014 Oregon Enduro / North American Enduro Tour (NAET) Finals. A lot was at stake as riders were competing for the weekend's race along with OR Enduro series overall and NAET overall standings.
Kyle Warner summed up the stages for us this way; "The first day we raced out at Sandy Ridge. There are 3 stages out there. The first one is super awkward but real fun. The top is pretty hard but there's some good flow to the bottom. Stage #2 is more like a jump trail, it's super sick and then stage #3 was about 11 minutes long, real physical but it is fun for sure and has some good jumps here and there."
"For Sunday we are out at Mt Hood. The first trail is over at Timberline, probably about 8 minutes up super sick switchbacks everywhere and then you're on the Glade for like 4 minutes just wide open and its' real sketchy, people were getting broke off but it was real fun. Then we climbed up over to Skibowl and got to do a top to bottom run on the Downhill course, that was pretty wild so I think that was a fitting and to the season." - KW
North American Enduro Tour Page
Oregon Enduro Results Page