Wade's Excellent Adventure

The NSMBA is proud to announce the return of Wade's Excellent Adventure as part of the Sea To Sky Enduro Series.

About the 2014 Sea to Sky Enduro Series

NSMBA, Squamish Enduro, WORCA, and PVTA are proud to announce the Sea to Sky Enduro Series for 2014.

Six events spanning North Vancouver to Pemberton. Each event will be single-day and multi-stage, with each stage starting higher than it finishes. Courses will be generally intermediate in difficulty. The timed stages will have technical, generally descending terrain…. These stages are linked by predominantly ascending connecting stages. This aims to test rider’s technical bike handling skills as well as providing endurance and climbing. The winner is the rider with the lowest aggregate time. Courses will be blind, announced shortly before the race. Each individual stage will be professionally and accurately timed. Each event will finish with a solid after party. There will be a succinct point system for the series, with a grand prize for the overall category winners. Get stoked to ride some of the world’s most renowned single-track in a competitive and social atmosphere.
May 3rd – Squamish – The Gryphon
May 17th – Pemberton
May 24th – North Vancouver – Wade’s Excellent Adventure
June 28th – Whistler – Cheakapotamus
July 5th – Squamish – The Mock Turtle
July 26th – Whistler

Learn more at: http://www.seatoskyenduro.com/

Entry fee: $40 for current 2014 paid NSMBA members. There is a $10 Event fee for non-members. No cancelations/refunds.

Race categories: Pro Men, Pro Women, Masters Men (35+), Masters Women (35+), Open Men (under 35), Open Women (under 35).

Race Packet pickup starts at 09:00AM at the Water Towers on the top of Mountain Hwy Fromme.
Race starts at 10:30AM. Riders will leave in waves based on categories.

Course details will be released at 5pm Thursay May 22nd.

Winners in each category will get their name engraved on the prestigious Fromme Cup.

The Fromme Cup has been awarded at each of the past WEA events to team winners. It is a locally made trophy composed of local cedar and highly polished aluminum bike frame gussets straight from the R & D department, complete with custom airbrushing.  In the honour of the Stanley Cup, it will display plaques engraved with the names of the riders on the winning team .  The winners will hold a place in history, to echo in the forests of Fromme for evermore!