The mountain bike event Enduro2 has secured title sponsorship from Mondraker, starting 2019. The event which takes place for the third time from September 5th to 7 th 2019, is therefore renamed into Mondraker Enduro2. The registration portal opens December 30th, 2018.
Mondraker Enduro2 Davos – Mountain Bike Fun for Teams of Two
The mountain bike race Mondraker Enduro2 takes place at the destination of Davos Klosters for the third time from September 5th to 7th 2019. It is one of the few Enduro races for teams of two in Europe and is correspondingly popular in the international mountain bike scene. For more than 400 participants, this race focuses on the first-class trails of the Davos Klosters bike region as well as on teamwork and fun. The teams of two cover a total distance of approximately 120 kilometres, mastering almost 1500 metres of elevation gain and 12,000 metres of descent. Like in a real Enduro race, Mondraker Enduro2 runs several measured stages per day.
These are mainly descents and last a few minutes each. Between these stages, the participants cover various transfers without time measurement, often supported by mountain railways. This leaves time to enjoy the impressive alpine scenery of the Grisons Mountains or to chat with other race participants from all over Europe, cultivating an international bike community.
For the third edition of Mondraker Enduro2 in Davos, registration is open from December 30th, 2018 at https://enduro2.ch/en.
New category: “77+”
Beginning with the 2019 event, Mondraker Enduro2 adds a “77+” race category: If the age of two riders in a team adds up to 77 years or more, they may start in this extra category for older participants. In conventional mountain bike races, this is the “Masters” category and is usually for men over 40. “77+ is an unusual and casual title to emphasize the collegial character and fun factor of our event,” says organizer Britta Wild in explaining the unconventional name.
About Mondraker Enduro2 Davos
Enduro2 in Davos Klosters was originally planned as a race of a small Enduro series for teams of two by the British organizer Trail Addiction. After its insolvency, the event was separated from the bankrupt’s estate before its premiere and is now an independent mountain bike event, organized by the local association Bike Events Davos out of the Bike Academy.