It's coming June 12th and 13th.
Take off work, tell your significant other you're going to be busy for two days and come ride you bike harder than you ever have. This may not be the Pisgah 36, Beech Triple Crown, Pisgah Stage Race or the upcoming Pisgah Badass but I would bet that if any of the participants of those races come to the Enduro to test their skills they will learn a thing or two about riding bikes (Sam Kerber is an exception here). All you single speed party boys, endurance or gravity freaks who like to ride bikes all day (and night) are welcome to test your skills at the Enduro where it takes fitness, skills and some rock star training to make the top 5 of this event.
As you may know by now the Enduro offers roughly ten different events that test the skills of various dirt riding disciplines and a few others. Your limits will be pushed and you will leave a better rider in more ways than one. Most events push you in one aspect of riding, the Enduro provides a testing ground for your mountain biking strengths and weaknesses that is unlike any other mountain bike event I am aware of. For those not comfortable confronting your weaknesses in your bike game then you can still come out and shine in one or two events and feel like your fast. But you will not have the honor of holding the title of the Most Bad Ass Mountain Biker in the World or the MBAMBW.
I have some killer prizes this year, a few new tricks up my sleeve and have already begun planning the stages and after party so get ready cause you ain't seen nothing yet.