Thursday, March 19, 2015

Oregon Enduro Series 2015 Open Registration

The Oregon Enduro Series, the longest running enduro series in North America has opened Registration. The race starts in Bend on June 6th and 7th where there will be a variety of fun physical trails. The second race takes place in Hood River along the Columbia River Gorge on June 20th and 21st. The third race will be at Mt. Bachelor for this years in and out on August 22nd and 23rd. The Oregon Enduro Series finals take place at Mt. Hood on September 12 and 13th. Learn more about this outdoor biking sports event below.
Over the past four years, the Oregon Enduro Series has been a pivotal part of growing the sport of enduro in North America. The Oregon Series has invested years developing their timing system that provides instant, accurate (within a thousandth of a second), and live results on monitors at the finish of every stage as well as live accumulated times at the base area. OES is proud to be part of the founding group of the North American Enduro Tour and associated with the creation of the film The Rise of Enduro, the first feature documentary film about the sport of Enduro Mountain Bike Racing. 

Oregon Enduro Series is honored to work with respected companies in the industry that support mountain bikers, share their love for the sport, and strive to perfect mountain bike products. Santa Cruz has been inspiring mountain bikers from the beginning and makes top of the line bikes for any style of mountain biking. Bell Helmets has been keeping OES safe and looking good with their enduro helmet, the Super, and now with the Super 2R designed by enduro athletes for the needs of today's enduro-style aggressive riding. OES's love for the enduro format is also supported by Shimano, E13/The Hive, Ergon, Clif Bar, Yakima, Fly Racing,Thump Coffee, Pinkbike, and many more great companies that love mountain biking.
SRC: Learn how to Register for The Oregon Enduro Series at: www.pinkbike.com/news/oregon-enduro-series-opens-2015-registration.html

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