After a two month break for various other commitments, Rideoffroaduk are refreshed and ready to resume a winter events schedule.
First on the calendar, on December 2nd, back by popular demand, the new Putoline supported Hard Enduro. The concept worked really well at our first event at the end of September, the format is simple – regular Hare & Hounds format, same class structure, over a course designed to take people out of their comfort zone without man made obstacles which most riders simply can’t do. Yes it will be harder than a regular Hare & Hounds although it will NOT be a bike wrecker or dangerous for the average Sportsman. There will be shorter harder routes, and longer easy routes around the hardest sections of the 600 acre Scunthorpe quarry complex. This will allow the more experienced riders a chance to save time each lap if their ability level suits.
Spectator access is superb from a raised paddock area, the course will feature hill climbs, descents, rock gardens, and water splash sections to test all riders. The postcode for this event is DN21 4JH, located less than 5 minutes from the M180.
Rider access from 12 noon Saturday, spectator access from 7am Sunday race day, Spectator admission is a bargain at £10 per car!! Unlimited car parking area in this huge quarry.
In January ROR will run two regular Winter Warmer Hare & Hounds events at a new enduro venue in North Lincolnshire., The new venue features a cool MX track with great facilities, as well as an overdose of fast open, free flowing Enduro going. More details via the ROR website mid December.
For more information visit www.rideoffroaduk.co.uk
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Phone entries 07576 095137