The registration for the KR and BC Enduro Series presented by Norco Bicycles is now open. It opened on February 1st and the entries are already starting to stream in.
We are running a few promotions throughout February. BC Enduro Series:
Anyone that signs up for the full BC Series during the month of February will receive a FREE Enduro Series ¾ jersey custom designed and produced by Kazoom Custom Cycling Apparel (valued at $65) AND
will also go into the draw to win their entry back (valued at $505) - along with a 6 month MTB Dryland Performance training program for next winter thanks to BONDtraining
(valued at $1,350), which brings the total value for the lucky winner to $1,920. For more details on the BONDtraining 6 month MTB Dryland Performance training program, visit their website www.bondtraining.ca
. The winner of this promotion will be drawn on March 5th.KR Enduro Series:
Anyone that signs up for the full KR Series during the month of February will receive a FREE Flotech KR/BC Enduro Series Shirt (designed and produced by Kazoom Custom Cycling Apparel AND go into the draw to win their entry back (valued at $395). The winner of this promotion will be drawn on March 5th.
designed jersey’s and shirts for the BC/KR Series will be handed out during each event for those that have pre-purchased or for those that received a free one through registering for the full series. You can also purchase one through CCNbikes or at each event.
All events will be capped at 200 until further notice is given from permit applications that we can open it up to more riders. If an event sells out at 200 before confirmation has been received from permit applications, then we will close it and then re-open it with the extra spots that get approved from these landowners. Our suggestion is to not wait too long to register.
Things are shaping up and the excitement is building. The local support teams and bike shops are getting all the pieces into place and more details will evolve on the website over the coming months. No courses will be released to the public until the week prior to each race. However extra details on what to expect from each course will be outlined on the website (eg approximate course length, level of technicality, number of timed stages, approximate length of stages, all without giving away too much on the actual course trail names).
All updates are made to our Facebook
page, so please keep an eye on that if you want to be kept up to date on the latest information.www.bcenduro.com*Attention aspiring Filmers and Photographers*
- We are still looking for shooters for the series - please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested to get the details on what's required.