The North American Enduro Cup is a unique event. Multiple enduro series’ coming together means that multiple enduro series’ need to play nice with each other. As such, we’re using an adapted version of the North American Enduro Coalition’s model rules for this event.
In short, the North American Enduro Cup is an annual mountain bike enduro team race where racers compete representing their state/province.
The North American Enduro Cup championship title will be awarded to the team who has the lowest combined cumulative time of all team members, over all timed stages. The Cup will also be scored as a traditional enduro and individual racers will receive series points for participating North American enduro series.
Individual racers may participate without state/province team affiliation as the race will also be scored as an individual race.
Team results will be calculated using the times of every team member on every stage. The cumulative time of all team members is combined for the overall ranking; the lowest combined cumulative time will be crowned the North American Enduro Cup Champions.
Teams must be comprised of racers from the same state/province and be same or mixed gender. Pro category teams are comprised of racers from the Pro category. Amateur category teams may be comprised of racers from any age subgroup within that category.
Team categories: Open (all categories), Pro Men, Pro Women, Pro Co-ed, Expert Male, Expert Female, Expert Co-ed, Sport Male, Sport Female, Sport Co-ed, Junior Male, Junior Female, Junior Co-ed.
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