Entries for the best big little race out there, Muckmedden’s Fair City Enduro, go live at 7pm Friday 2nd April.
Crucial to the opening of entries for Muckmedden’s Fair City Enduro, due to take place on October 30th 2021, is the limit of 200 entries in the opening wave, owing to the unknown factor of what, if any, restrictions will be in place by then.
Entries go live at 7pm on Friday 2nd April and will be restricted to 200 entries to start with. This event has never not sold out, so this isn’t a genius marketing ploy by the Muckmedden team to stoke a heap of interest. Just look at the Scottish round of the Enduro World Series… Sold out in minutes while the rest of the rounds still have spaces…
Check out the full event info below.
It is likely that some safety measures will still be in place at the time of the event with regards to hygiene and physical distancing, particularly within the event village and stage start/stop areas. Some aspects including the final registration procedure, event village layout and prizegiving ceremonies will depend on which COVID restrictions are in place at the time.
Hopefully you can understand why we’ll have to keep everyone posted on these things as the picture becomes clearer. But Fair City Enduro with a bit of hand-sanitiser is better than no Fair City Enduro at all, right?
Registration and Start Information
Each rider will receive an email prior to the event containing details of how to book a wave start time. Riders should aim to arrive in the event village exactly one hour before their wave start time. This will allow enough time to register, collect timing chips/race numbers, do some pre-race faffing and get to the start line. The pre-event email will feature a safety briefing and any other relevant updates. Please check spam folders in case the email has gone in there by mistake.
Registration opens at 7.30am on race day in the Muckmedden tent in the event village. Please aim to be at registration exactly one hour before your wave start time.
Wave 1 will leave the event village at 8.30am and riders will set-off in waves of 15 riders every 5 minutes from then on. Cut off for all stages is 3.20pm.
All riders will receive a safety briefing via email prior to the event and will be updated at the start line on any relevant changes to timings etc.
Depending on which restrictions are in place at the time of the event, a podium ceremony will either take place in the event village at 4.30pm after the race, or if that’s not possible we’ll host a live podium/prizegiving ceremony online the following week. All entrants have the chance to win some swag in our ‘now famous’ Random Raffle.
Up to 7 stages (TBC) containing everything from bike park jumps to rocky chutes, gnarly roots, high-speed singletrack and steep tech. The full course should take 2 – 5hrs to complete depending on individual fitness and skill. The course will be around 20 – 25km in length with up to 2500ft of climbing.
Which Race Category?
Click on the button appropriate to your age on 31st Dec 2021. You will then be given a sub-choice of Hardtail or eBike. If you are riding an eBike in the race you must enter the eBike category. If you are riding a Hardtail you can choose either the Hardtail or age category.