Wilmington – NY

Wilmington MAXXIS ESC Enduro – September 30

The “mountain bike capital of the Adirondacks” features a wide variety of riding at two large trail networks – the Flume and Hardy Road – as well as the 3-mile Poor Man’s Downhill trail (usually done with a vehicle shuttle), a long, gnarly backcountry tour on the Cooper Kiln trail, and lift-accessed downhill riding at Whiteface Mountain.  The vast majority of trails in Wilmington are on NYS Forest Preserve lands.

More Info on the BETA Trails in Wilmington – HERE

September 29-30, 2018 MAXXIS ESC Enduro Series #10
Registration: Saturday 9-2 and Sunday 8-9
Practice: Saturday 9-4 
Race: Sunday Enduro 9am 

MAXXIS ESC RACE REGISTRATION

$5 Discounted Early Bird Pricing in effect until September 16, 2018
On Line Registration closes the Wednesday September 26, 2018 at 11:59pm
Onsite Registration will be $10 more and CASH ONLY

Refund Policy: Refunds are available two up to weeks prior to the event, September 16, 2018 less $10 Handling fee via Paypal, contact us at easternstatescup@hotmail.com

Race entries cannot be transferred to a different event

Race entries can be transferred to another person for a $20 handling fee until Wednesday September 26, 2018. Contact us at easternstatescup@hotmail.com

SORRY BUT NO EXCEPTIONS TO ABOVE POLICIES

2018 MAXXIS ESC NUMBER PLATES ARE AVAILABLE ONSITE AT $10
THE PLATES ARE REQUIRED AT ALL TIMES AND AVAILABLE ONSITE
THEY ARE GOOD FOR ALL 2018 MAXXIS ESC AND CLIF ENDURO EAST EVENTS

Race Fees: 
$5 Discounted Early Bird Pricing in effect until September 16, 2018
CLIF KIDS U12 = $.01 (we have to charge something for this form, sorry)
AMATEURS = $80 $75 Early Bird
PRO = $85 $80 Early Bird

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$5 Discounted Early Bird Pricing in effect until September 16, 2018
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ALEX RIMS SUPER STAGE
All Racers are automatically entered into the ALEX RIMS SUPER STAGE competition with no extra fees. The ALEX RIMS SUPER STAGE is a separate competition within the MAXXIS ESC Enduro Series. Two Alex VOLAR 2.7 enduro/all mountain rims will be awarded to the fastest male and female AMATEUR on the ALEX RIMS SUPER STAGE, while the fastest in every class gets some cool ALEX RIMS swag. Occasionally the MAXXIS ESC will award the ALEX RIMS SUPER STAGE to a pre-selected class announced at the racers meeting. The MAXXIS ESC will chose one stage to be the ALEX RIMS SUPER STAGE that will be announced at our racers meeting and identified by banners at that start of that stage.

FOX Transfer Seatpost Climbers Challenge
All Racers are automatically entered into the FOX TRANSFER Seatpost Climber’s Challenge competition with no extra fees. The FOX Transfer Seatpost Climber’s Challenge is a separate competition within the MAXXIS ESC Enduro Series. The seatpost will be awarded to the fastest AMATEUR on the climb, while the fastest in every class gets some cool Fox swag. Occasionally the MAXXIS ESC will award the seatpost to a pre selected class announced at the racers meeting. One uphill transfer at each race will be timed. That one transfer will have independent timing boxes, so racers can rest before and after the timed climb. The timed transfer does not count in the overall race time. It is MANDATORY for all enduro racers to Time IN and Time Out Regardless if you are trying or just transferring to the next stage.
Racers not chipping in or out for the FOX TRANSFER CLIMB will be assessed a time penality
Racers can only win ONE FOX TRANSFER Seat Post per season!

FLAT TIRE DEFENDER SUPER STAGE
All Racers are automatically entered into the FLAT TIRE DEFENDER SUPER STAGE competition with no extra fees. The FLAT TIRE DEFENDER SUPER STAGE is a separate competition within the MAXXIS ESC Enduro Series. One FLAT TIRE DEFENDER foam tire insert will be awarded to the fastest male and female AMATEUR on the FLAT TIRE DEFENDER SUPER STAGE, while the fastest in every class gets a Flat Tire Defender drawstring backpack. Occasionally the MAXXIS ESC will award the FLAT TIRE DEFENDER SUPER STAGE to a pre-selected class announced at the racers meeting. The MAXXIS ESC will chose one stage to be the FLAT TIRE DEFENDER SUPER STAGE that will be announced at our racers meeting and identified by banners at that start of that stage.

Flume Trails

The Flume Trail Network is the original mountain bike destination in the Adirondacks’ Whiteface Region. The lower trails are smooth and flowing. As you gain elevation on the shoulder of Marble Mountain the terrain becomes increasingly technical. This network contains the greatest amount of mileage of any network in the area, and can be linked up with the network at Whiteface Mountain.

Hardy Road (Beaver Brook) Trails

The Beaver Brook Trail network is the first mountain bike specific, multiple use, trail system built in the Adirondack Park.  Currently seven miles of some of the sweetest single track east of the Mississippi traverse both sides of the picturesque Beaver Brook Valley.

Poor Man’s Downhill  

This unique shuttle run, locally known as “Poor Man’s Downhill,” is unparalleled in the Adirondack Park.  Hit the dropper post and send it down a 3+ mile single track snowmobile trail that drops over 1,200 vertical feet between the Whiteface Toll Road entrance and the hamlet below.   Full suspension trail bikes are recommended…downhill bikes are not necessary.