FAIR CITY ENDURO

21st October 2017 | Lesser South Inch, Perth, Scotland, PH28BW

“A Spectacular Event!” – Wideopenmag

Do you dream about shredding amazing trails dressed as a Sexy Vicar?  Good, because this is Halloween – Muckmedden style!

Fair City Enduro, based in the vibrant “Fair City” of Perth, is no ordinary mountain bike race.  Taking place around Halloween, it’s a trippy mix of breath-taking trails, breath-taking views and even more breath-taking outfits.  Where else would you see Willie Wonka on the entry list?!

Starting and finishing in the vibrant “Fair City” of Perth, you, Abraham Lincoln and hundreds of other randoms start with a gentle pedal through Perth City Centre with cars beeping and people waving to you.  You then climb steadily out of the city until you reach the flowiest, gnarliest and downright tastiest trails in the forests high above the city.  Then the real fun begins….

This Enduro is ridden blind and although it’s not the toughest Enduro on the planet, it should not to be underestimated.  BUT, the stages have been chosen to offer mere mortals an achievable challenge and let the Pros get wild.  Expect everything from technical descents to manicured bike park trails.

After you and The Power Rangers have spent the day shredding, you return to the city, hopefully win some fantastic swag in our Random Raffle and as is the tradition at FCE these days, you head back to your hotel room, grab a hot shower and head into the city for a night out.  Perth is packed with restaurants, bars, cinemas and nightclubs so no matter what tickles your fancy, The Fair City has it covered.

Happy Halloween Muckers!

“The only Enduro in the world where you can see a Penguin throw down some tailwhips!”

EnduroMTBMag 

Fair City Enduro at a glance:

  • City centre amenities with shops, bars and restaurants
  • Demo Bikes
  • Bustling trade village
  • Amazing trails
  • Panoramic views
  • Bizarre Costumes (optional)
  • Accessible Location
  • Competent Novice to Advanced Riders:  Contains several high intensity off-road climbs (up to 20 mins each approx).
  • Trail Grade: Mostly Red with Black and Orange-graded sections
  • Terrain: High speed singletrack with fast descents, rock gardens and medium-sized drops.  Jumps are roll-able/avoidable.
  • Bike: Hardtail or Full-Suspension
  • Duration: 1.5hrs to 4hrs depending on fitness/skill

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MUCKMAIDEN  | SUNDAY 8th OCTOBER

Muckmaiden Ladies Days are held a couple of weeks before each Muckmedden event to give female riders the chance to enjoy a social ride on the trails that will be used in the upcoming race, or get some professional coaching in a female-specific environment. Hurray and sign up – places are limited!

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GETTING THERE

BY ROAD
DIRECTIONS FROM GLASGOW, STIRLING AND INVERNESS – When you reach the BROXDEN ROUNDABOUT (on the outskirts of Perth) follow the sign for Dundee on the M90. This will take you across the Friarton Bridge and once on it you will follow the sign for Perth and come off on the left hand side onto the A85. Follow the road into Perth and turn left at the first set of traffic lights. At the end of Queen’s Bridge turn left and continue along Tay Street. Continue under the railway bridge and go straight ahead at the mini roundabout onto Shore Road. The event village and Marshal Street car park are on the right hand side.

DIRECTIONS FROM THE FORTH ROAD BRIDGE – After you have crossed the Forth Road Bridge, follow the sign for Dundee on the M90. Continue straight up the motorway and before crossing the Friarton Bridge you will see a sign for Perth and Inverness – IGNORE THIS – and follow the sign for Dundee. You will cross over the Friarton Bridge and once on it you will follow the sign for Perth and come off on the left hand side onto theA85. Follow the road into Perth and turn left at the first set of traffic lights. At the end of Queen’s Bridge turn left and continue along Tay Street. Continue under the railway bridge and go straight ahead at the mini roundabout onto Shore Road. The event village and Marshal Street car park are on the right hand side.

BY RAIL
Perth railway station is around 1km from the event village.  Regular services run to Perth from Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dundee, Inverness and Edinburgh, with onward connections serving London and most of England.  For train times click here ››

BY BUS
Perth bus station is around 1km from the event village.  Regular services run to Perth from Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dundee, Inverness and Edinburgh, with onward connections serving London and most of England.  For bus times click here ››

Stagecoach also operates the X7 bike carrying bus service to Perth from Aberdeen and Dundee.  The service runs every hour throughout the route from Monday to Saturday and every two hours from Perth on Sunday.

 

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