DaveyBoyWonder - Member
Because you've been sucked in by marketing and bought an 'enduro' bike and now you need a suitable race.
You can't believe that's true though... It's exactly the other way round, most folks these days don't want racy xc bikes, they want durable, capable mid-travel allrounders. Which is exactly what enduro calls for. It's the race style that matches our bikes and our riding.
(though ironically I'm leaving the "enduro" bike which I've owned since before anyone was talking about enduro in the garage this weekend and riding my hardtail)
nickhead - Member
The UK Gravity Enduro is run over two days with practice and seeding on the saturday, racing on Sunday. The biggest cost for them (and the Mini Enduro, i think) is the timing
Which is ironic really because this is the first year it's worked Their current system seems bang on but pretty manual and labour intensive and the kit doesn't look cheap at all. Lots of checks and double checks, very good. I reckon the sportident chips are a perfectly good option tbh but the live timing is pretty cool!