Manx Telecom End to End Mountain Bike Challenge - Home Page
- Published: Wednesday, 23 January 2013 12:20
Please be aware that entries will be finally closed at midnight on Saturday 23rd August at 23:59. There will be no changes to riders names or details after that date as we need to prepare start lists for marshals and signing on, furthermore entries are capped at 1700.
Entries open on the 14th Feburary 2014(note this date maybe changed to a later date).
Enter the 2014 event ONLINE NOW!
Your entry fee covers your race entry, race number and event T-Shirt. We try and keep the entry fee as low as possible and offers extremely good value for money. There is an additional fee for transport to and from the start finish if required and this is just to cover costs.
You even get fed. Twice!
With all of us in the Manx MTB Club being regular riders we know how important food is when your tackling a challenge like this. Hence, the competitors at the Manx Telecom End 2 End Mountain Bike Challenge have to be the best fed riders at any Enduro event. Not only do we include a meal at signing-on on Saturday evening but we also give you a meal at the presentation event on Sunday night. For event locations see our event map on the Instructions page. As hard as we try we cannot guarantee the availability of the nutrition at checkpoints through the whole event so please ensure you carry liquids and food with you.
To see a list of entered riders view the Manx Telecom End 2 End Mountain Bike Challenge Entry List on the Si Entries website.
The entry owner can edit riders and details later as long as this is before the closing date. If entries are sold the entry owner needs to change the rider details, there is no need to involve the entry secretary.
If you need to alter an entry, change riders or edit details the entry owner (the person who put the entry in) is able to do this by clicking the below link and logging in:
The Manx Telecom End 2 End Mountain Bike Challenge is open to everyone and has Olympians through to first timers every year. It’s fair to say you have to have a reasonable level of fitness to complete the 75km course which incorporates 1500m of climbing over mixed terrain.
There are cut off times you need to meet along the way to get an official finish. The top 100 riders based on previous year’s times are set off at the head of the field with the remaining field lined up roughly based on expected finish times.