We’re using the Mash Up format for this event. That means you can ride the stages as many times as you like, in any order, within the time limit which is 7 hours, or return before 4pm. Riders depart in a mass start at 9am and head to any stage.

  • 7 stages in 7 hours
  • As many time as you like, in any order
  • Best run on each stages counts
  • All riders depart at 9am and must be back in the race village by 4pm.
  • There are no start wave times, mass start from race village.
  • 1 second penalty for every minute past 4pm.

Categories and Rules

The event is run under the Gravity Enduro Ireland Series rules here. The online entry system automatically sets your category when you input your date of birth.

  • Youth (12-13)
  • Under 17 (14-16)
  • Under 21 (17-20)
  • Senior (21-29)
  • Master (30-39)
  • Women
  • Women 40+
  • Veteran (40-49)
  • Super Veteran (50+)
  • Ebike Men (19+)
  • Ebike Women (19+)
  • Hardtail (19+)

Registration and Entry Fee

Registration will open on the 22nd of March. The entry fee for the full enduro is €55 for Adults and €45 for Youth and Junior. The mini enduro fee is €45 for adults and €35. There are no additional one day licence fees.

Sign on

Once registered online, you can sign on to collect your number plate at the following times.

Friday 3rd May – 6pm to 9pm

Saturday 4th May ‐ 8am to 10am.

The Course

The full course is approximately 35km long with 7 downhill timed stages, approx 1150m climbing. You can ride the stages in any order, any number of times within 7 hours, or before 4pm. Note you must return to the race village and check out before 4pm. The mini course is approximately 10km long with 3 timed downhill stages. The cut off for the 3 stages is 6 hours or before 4pm.

The liaison between stages is not timed so you can ride at your leisure and catch up with your pals. The stages are technical and steep. Please note this event is not suitable for beginners. Your fastest times on each of the stages are added together to form your overall time.

Timing Chips

You receive your bike number plate and timing chip which is worn on your right wrist, when you sign on. You will receive your results print out as soon as you finish. Results are also published online.


Please respect our neighbours, drive slowly on approach roads to the venue and use official car parks only. Details here.