Giant Toa Enduro presented by CamelBak

Toa Enduro presented by CamelBak

Riders competing in the Giant Toa Enduro presented by CamelBak, Rd1 of the 2019 Enduro World Series (EWS), will get the chance to explore this magical land filled with smoking geysers, lush rainforest and some of the most challenging singletrack the Southern Hemisphere has to offer.

There are two options for riders to compete at this first round of the EWS. Riders must either pre-qualify by scoring Global Ranking Points, or register to race in the EWS100, the full EWS course with slightly relaxed rules but all the challenges.

Full details on both options can be found on the Enduro World Series site.



Friday March 22
8:00am - 3:30pm Training Whakarewarewa Forest stages
Saturday March 23
8:00am - 2:00pm Training Skyline Stages
Sunday March 24
8:00am - 5:30pm Race

Event Information & Formats

If you want to race the Giant Toa Enduro presented by CamelBak but have not pre-qualified, you can race the EWS100 . Registration for the EWS100 will be through the centralized Enduro World Series entry system. . Entries available on a space available, first come basis :

Please refer to the “How to Enter” section of the EWS website for additional details:


127.25 GBP
(total is listed in Pounds Sterling and includes 15% GST and processing fees).
Entry fee includes 1 day race, 2 days of closed course marshalled training, full course medical
coverage on training and race days, Skyline Rotorua lift access during training and race days, race
day transfers from Skyline Rotorua to the Whakarewarewa Forest, race day feed zone, live timing,
backup timing.

Racers will receive Crankworx Athlete Accreditation which will provide spectator access to Skyline
Rotorua for the duration of Crankworx (March 20-24). Value : $75.00 NZD.

Location: Skyline Management Offices

Thursday March 21 | 1:00pm-2:00pm (EWS Teams Only) / 2:00pm-7:00pm (All EWS/EWS100 Competitors)
Friday March 22 | 7:00am-10:30am
Saturday March 23 | 7:30am-10:00am

New for 2019 – EWS competitors registered in the Giant Toa Enduro presented by CamelBak will need a UCI license issued by their own national federation. EWS racers will also need a 2019 EWS Membership.

Racers in the EWS100 group of the Giant Toa Enduro presented by CamelBak will also need a race license – but the requirements are a little more relaxed. Any race license would be accepted, including Amateur, Master, and Cycling for All licenses.

EWS100 racers will also have the option to purchase a 1 event Cycling NZ license (not available for foreign competitors).

EWS memberships are optional for EWS100 – but only riders with a membership will be eligible to collect EWS Global Ranking points.

WOMEN | Under 21 (1999-2002)
WOMEN | Master 35+ (1984+)
MEN | Under 21 (1999-2002)
MEN | Master 40+ (1979+)
Minimum age 17 (Year of birth 2002)

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