Enduro World Series

Northstar Enduro

Presented by the North Lake Tahoe Resort Association.

August 24th - 25th

Enduro World Series at Northstar California

Northstar California Resorts hosted the only United States stop on the 2019 Enduro World Series.  Enduro is a rapidly growing discipline that combines the physical endurance of cross-country riding with the technical difficulty and excitement of downhill racing. Check out the results below!


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Enduro World Series Frequently Asked Questions

Racers have a discounted ticket of $43 starting tomorrow-Tuesday. Season pass office will get a list of registered athletes to help manage this. Reminder that trails open to racers are limited to non-race trails.
Yes, they are discounted the Aug 23- Aug 25 to $43.
It would be best to arrive early and park in Village View lots, however shuttle busses will run all day from Castle Peak Parking to The Village at Northstar. Once in the village you can purchase a lift pass for $18 and ride Big Springs Gondola to Mid-Mountain or walk up Village Run.

 You need a lift ticket to gain access to the lifts. Some of the best zones to spectate will be easier to access using the lift. Pricing is as follows:

1 day - $18

2 day - $28

3 day - $36

Yes, all valid winter 19/20 pass and current 2019 bike passes are good for accessing the gondola and chairlifts.
To view the courses on the Vista side, it would be best to ride the lift and hike down. To view Boondocks and Tell No Tales you should ride Zephyr and hike out Lookout trail and then return to the gondola to download or hike down.
Lifts will be open for general at public at 8am.
Full facilities are located in the Lodge at Big Springs located at mid mountain, and temporary bathrooms at the top of Tahoe Zephyr Express.
Yes, but you are only allowed to ride open roads and trails to get to the trail heads. No spectators will be allowed down a race trail with their bike.

Here is a breakdown by day of the trails open to the general public

  • Friday, August 23 & Saturday, August 24 - Coaster, Gypsy, Livewire, Booster, Playground, Woods(old Big Trees) to the 503Rd (Coolway is closed), Tryumph, Easy Rider, Knick Knack, Paddywack.
  • Sunday, August 25 - Coaster, Gypsy, Livewire, Booster, Playground, Woods, Manure Pile, Flameout, Sinuous, Karpiel to Tryumph, Tryumph, Easy Rider, Knick Knack, Paddywack.
No. To keep it a fair playing field racers are now limited to only riding non-race trails to prepare for the event. All entry points to the race trails are signed with event specific closed signs.

Competitors can walk the course outside of normal operating hours.

The two new trail sections (Tale No Tails and River Styx) will open for the public after minor trail modifications post event. Existing downhill race courses are currently open to public.
Yes, to prepare for the event the bike park will be closed Wednesday the 21st and Thursday the 22nd