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zarfab
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I notice two dates posted for Dayton Enduro this year. It may have been answered already, but what is the deal?? Is that two races in two days, or one kids race or ?????

Please reply if ya know. thanks
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The Dayton Gnarly Hills Enduro will be two separate adult enduros, one on Saturday and one on Sunday. Each will pay IERA points and be a non-timekeeping, restart format.

Expect the Saturday enduro to be somewhat shorter and easier. Sunday will incorporate more technical terrain and additional length. Saturday's start will most likely be Noon and Sunday's at 9AM. Overnight camping will be available.

In addition, we will be having a late Saturday afternoon kids event to facilitate our co-sanctioning with District 23 (MN). Class structure and format for this youth event still to be determined.
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Sounds like a winner to me! Thanks for the info.
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Reading the updated information it sounds like saturday is little bikes and Sunday is big bikes. Is this accurate?
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Dan,
There will be two IERA points paying adult enduros, the first starting at 11AM on Saturday and the second starting at 9AM on Sunday.

There will also be a youth event starting at approximately 5PM on Saturday evening. The youth event will be free sign-up.

I've updated the event info page to hopefully clarify this.

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Is this closed course or do the bikes have to be enduro legal.
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Quintin,
Riders will transition between the off road sections using approximately 1 1/2 mile of gravel road. These roads are legally closed, and will be signed as such, by the Webster County Board of Supervisors. As such, bikes do not need to be "street legal".
We rode mileage earlier today so watch for race updates as the route sheet and other details develop this week. Hope to see everyone there.

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Race Information was recently updated for the two Dayton adult enduros and the youth race Saturday late afternoon.
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Do you have an address or GPS for the pits?
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Not putting the address or GPS coordinates out because it will bring people in from the east on a difficult, steep gravel road that heavy trailers can not make. See IERA Face Book page for discussion on this. Same start location as last year's enduro and recent previous year's hare scrambles.

Directions from Casey's: go 1 block north on Hwy 175; go east 4 blocks on 6th Avenue NW to stop sign; go 1 mile north on paved Co Rd P73; go 2 1/2 miles east on gravel Co Rd 350th Str. to T-intersection; go north 1/4 mile on gravel Skillet Creek Rd; go 1/2 mile east on gravel River Road to event start on north side of road.

Or, simply follow the Moose orange arrows from Casey's on the same route.
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We usually come in from 20
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Quintin,
So take Hwy 20 to Ft Dodge, go south on 169, turn off on 175 east to Dayton and follow the arrows from Casey's.

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