Race Recap: Wildside Enduro 2019

Nov 20, 2019
by Andre Lecompte  
2019 calendar. 2020 coming in January!

2019 was a milestone year for the Marin Wildside and Enduro in Canada, 90% of our races have been full to max capacity. To meet the demand in 2020, we are increasing the available entry spots to 200. We are very excited to see where this discipline is going and we are trying to steer it in a direction where it stays inclusive for all level of riders. Our races are a big challenge for the serious racers but the stages selection and mileage changes for the beginners or intermediates.

We would like to thank all our fantastic partners for their incredible support! Please support them back if you have the chance because without them, it would be impossible to provide these exciting events. A big thank you to the growing community for your committed support and we are having a blast spending our weekends with you. Last but not least... Thanks to all the volunteers! We LOVE you!

Congratulations to the series winners! We have awarded $14,000 in cash prizes which was allocated through all categories, see picture below.

The 2020 Calendar will be out early January, we can't wait to see you again and meet the new participants.

2019 Partners:
Marin Bikes/ Camlebak / Levio/ Six Six One/ Glutenberg/ Trees Mountain Apparel/ Bikeshield Protections/ 9POINT8/ S4 Suspension.

2019 Retailer hosting the races:
Shon's Bike SKi Stay/ District/ La Shop/ Le Pedalier/ Cyclosphere/ Cinetik/ Vo2

You can see all the 2019 photos and results on our Facebook page here

Sorry, this video has no English captions.

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 Think the French only Chanteclerc video is tough...try to race it as the only Anglo in the race (with off sequence stage numbers and repeat stages described only in the racer briefing in French). Jokes... organizers took care of me...gave me one of those whirly hats so they could pick me out and guide me back between the tape when I would wander off looking stunned ...but track signage and spectator chears/heckles/ instructions tough to know how to react to... ‘rider down’ or ‘send it?.. No idea. Event I did was certainly a nice balance between National Level Gnar courses, and local club XC+ Ontario Enduros. Wish Onterrible could put together a series like this. Kelso, Horseshoe, Sir Sams, Blue, Camp Fortune, 3stage, ready to go I’d say...pretty healthy series right there! Blue Enduros have been huge last 3 years too for ridership in spite of heavy bike park focus in stages.
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 I raced the eastern portion of the Wildside series for two years, it was absolutely fantastic! I definitely agree that it would be awesome for someone to piece a series together in Ontario.
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 Bravo Mel et bravo à toutes et tous !!!

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