Enduro Series Valloire Round 3 Schedule


The Enduro Series / French Enduro Cup 3rd round will take place in Valloire the 4th and 5th of August. The Savoyard resort will be packed and will welcome 350 riders ready to battle over 6 runs including a 1700m vertical drop stage between Valloire and St Michel de Maurienne.

Up front, the fight will be intense. Valloire is the second and last round of the Enduro of Nations. 13 teams (Italy, France, Belgium, Ireland, UK, Slovenia, Portugal and Finland) will battle on the slopes of the Savoyard resort to get themselves on the top spot of the podium.

The riders taking part in the Enduro of Nations (Rémy ABSALON, Dan ATHERTHON, Alex STOCK, Andréa BRUNO, Florian NICOLAI …) will not be the only ones fighting for this Valloire round. They can count on the English man Paul ASTON, the Swiss Ludovic MAY and the French Nicolas LAU and Nicolas VOUILLOZ. Big show to be expected!

Friday 3rd
6pm – 11pm: race plates collection and admin controls – at the bottom of the Crêt de la Brive lift

Saturday 4th
8am – 5pm: 4 runs – 2 different stages
Runs 1, 2 and 3 – stage 1: 1000m d-, 30m d+, 7 km, ski-lift liaisons, finish in Valloire
Runs 3 – stage 2: 1700m d-, 50m d+, 13 km, ski-lift liaisons, finish in Saint Michel de Maurienne. Transport from Saint Michel de Maurienne by bus and vans.

from 7.30pm: pasta party – Salle G. Julliard (opposite the ice ring)

Sunday 5
8am – 4pm: 3 runs – 1 stage + mass start EMTN
Runs 4, 5 and 6 and mass start – stage 4 : 1100m d-, 10m d+, 8 km, ski-lift liaisons and pedaling liaisons (10 to 20 min), finish in Valloire.

4pm: award ceremony

Information for the riders
To collect your race plates, you have to:

  • show your 2012 FFC license (with mentioned medical certificate) or a medical certificate authorizing the rider to take part in MTB races (or a license from FF Triathlon, UFOLEP cycling, FSGT, mentioning the medical certificate). No other license will be accepted.
  • come with your bike so it can be marked on 3 points on the frame and fork
  • bring a deposit cheque of 100€ to collect the timing transponder.

Insurance for FFC non-license holders: the organization takes an insurance for civil responsibility (“assurance responsabilité civile”) for all participants. The FFC license holders have an insurance for individual accident thanks to their license. If a non-license holder wishes to get the same level of insurance, he can apply for a day-license when collecting the race plates.

Source: Sebastien

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