FRASER VALLEY // EWS Qaulifier : May 9-10th, 2020
OFFICIAL PRACTICE is Friday
Shuttling is NOT Permitted on Friday or Saturday.
This means absolutely, NO vehicles on the shuttle road carrying racers. Racers found to be using a shuttle will be disqualified and barred from all
Events without refund.
There is no training/pre-riding permitted on the trail known as - Black Forest HAM (aka Blackhawk down) - from Friday to Sunday.
Hiking/Walking is permitted and encouraged
*Game Cameras and grom's have been employed, riders will be disqualified
Full Face Helmets are mandatory during Saturday practice
Updated as of November 11th, 2019
EACH* RACE IN THE SERIES:
PRO MEN: 1st: $270 2nd: $150 3rd: $80
PRO Women: 1st: $270 2nd: $150 3rd: $80
*There must be a minimum of 125 participants in each race to be allocated the above prizing. If there isn't then it becomes pro-rated.
CYCLING BC MEMBERSHIP - INSURANCE:
You are NOT required to hold any kind of Cycling BC, UCI, or ABA membership for the series. Third party
liability Insurance is now built into your registration cost and is independent of any of these associations. You are not covered for any personal injuries or accidents during any of the BC Enduro Series races. Racers from out of province or out of country should consider obtaining appropriate travel insurance for medical emergencies and evacuations.
For a quote on race/travel insurance, check out our partners: lifestyle financial
For additional information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org not a resident of BC or Canadian Citizen, consider getting emergency medical travel insurance.
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GIVING BACK TO THE TRAIL:
As we all know, we love to ride new trails and also existing trails that are constantly maintained and looked after. As much as we would like to believe so, there are no 'trail fairies' that come by each night and buff up the trails and fix damaged trails while you sleep soundly in your bed ready for the next day of riding! It's the hard work and dedication of all the local clubs and trail societies and endless hours of the volunteers in each of these race locations that keep you riding amazing trails summer after summer.
n return for the unbelievabe support that the BC Enduro Series receives from all these wonderful towns, we will be providing a donation back to them to go towards building and maintaining the trails that we will be riding throughout the BC Enduro Series and Canadian National Enduro Series
The BCES and CNEC give 10% of all racer entries back to the host destination trail club, giving away more than $100,000 in the last three years.