Tweedlove Vallelujah/British National Enduro Opener Rescheduled.

Following the Scottish Governments guidelines against COVID-19 on gatherings of over 500 people, Tweedlove have rescheduled Valellujah.

The race that was also due to be the opening round of the 2020 British National Enduro Series has been postponed following the Scottish Government’s move to curb gatherings of 500 people or more in wake of the Coronavirus outbreak.

Having spent some time deliberating their approach, Tweedlove have now rescheduled the event to the weekend of August 15th and 16th.

Scottish Enduro Series Round 2 Innerleithen

Photo by Dave Price.

This event essentially bumps the King and Queen of the Hill Enduro from that weekend, with Tweedlove promising a full options for refunds etc in due course. Keep an eye on their social media for more.

Read the full statement below.

Vallelujah Postponed

In light of the ongoing and fast-moving development of the Coronavirus outbreak we are disappointed to announce that Vallelujah, British National Enduro Series Round One, due to take place on 21st and 22ndMarch has been postponed. All weekend we have been in discussion with relevant stakeholders as to how we could go ahead with the event, but the right and responsible decision is now to postpone. It’s a huge disappointment but everyone’s health is the priority. This includes you (the riders), the crew and volunteers, members of the local community and of course our staff. It’s also the only sensible decision in order to support our emergency services and NHS.

New event date: 15 & 16 August 2020.

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You may be aware that this is the current date for TweedLove’s King and Queen of the Hill enduro. New dates for this and other affected events, along with full options for refunds and cancellations for all relevant events will follow shortly. If you are a Triple Crown rider, a detailed email will be sent in due course. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Apologies for the short notice of this postponement – we’ve tried our best to make it happen this weekend but it’s simply no longer possible.

If you are planning on attending TweedLove Bike Festival and any of the events that take place that weekend, 29 – 31 May, a separate announcement will follow shortly.

Thank you for your support at such a critical and unsure time for everyone.

Stay safe,

The TweedLove Team

Keep up to date on all event information on Tweedlove’s Facebook page here.