SRAM Canadian Open Enduro presented by Specialized

Congratulations Tracy Moseley & Richie Rude

Riding clean and fast on showcase trails with friends and legends is the order of the day in Enduro racing. The trails selected for this multi-stage race will reward the generalist over the specialist, while showcasing the best of Whistler rooty, coastal rainforest trails and challenging scree steeps of the Whistler Mountain Bike Park.

Course Description
Stage 1 = 1.4km
Vert = 337m
Hey Bud

Stage 2 = 5.8km
Vert = 758m
Top of the World -> Khyber Pass

Stage 3 = 3km
Vert = 393m
See Colours and Puke -> Highside -> Hi Hi

Stage 4 = 3km
Vert = 537m
Dusty’s DH -> Love Canal -> Boyd’s

Stage 5 = 7.7km
Vert = 986m
Una Moss -> No Joke -> HWY 86 -> No Joke -> Little Alder -> Expressway -> Too Tight -> Upper Angry Pirate -> Lower Angry Pirate -> EZ Does it -> Del Boca Vista -> EZ Does It -> Hornet

Clarification re: Stage 5
Eazy Does It - is the correct route, denoted by the green arrow.
A-Line - denoted by red "X" is incorrect.
stage5 clarification

Download Course Description (updated Aug 5 8:30am)

Best places to watch the SRAM Canadian Open Enduro Presented by Specialized
Stage 1 – Hey Bud
Follow Blackcomb Way to Painted Cliff Road. On the left hand side of Painted Cliff Road there is a pathway next to the Snow Goose Condos. Follow that up (winds right) until you hit a mountain road and turn left. Follow that road until you see the finish of stage 1 on the right hand side.
Download Stage 1 spectator map

Stage 2 – Top of the World to Kyber
This stage is best watched from the start. Take the Whistler Village Gondola to the top. Then head over to Peak Chair. At the top of the Peak Chair head down the road (Pika’s Traverse) to the left. After about 100m you will see the start of Stage 2 on your right.
Download Stage 2 spectator map

Stage 3 – See Colors and Puke, Highline, Hi-Hi
This stage is one of the most accessible. Head down highway 99 to Function Junction. Turn left at the lights. Turn left again at the Turn off For Cheakamus Lake. Follow the road up until you see a trail on your left – Highline. Short hike up there and the finish of Stage 3 will be on your left.
Download Stage 3 spectator map

Stage 4 – Dusty’s DH to B.C.’s Trail
This is easily the most accessible stage. Park at Creekside and roll onto Dusty’s Patio. You’ll be able to enjoy a Glacier Fresh Kokanee, experience the Legendary Warrior Burger and take in the all of the action from the finish stage 4 of the SRAM Canadian Open Enduro presented by Specialized. All of the athletes and teams will be set up here as they pass through Creekside after stage 3 and again as they finish stage 4.
Download Stage 4 spectator map

Stage 5 – Garbo to Whistler Village
Come join us at the GLC, the Longhorn or anyone in Skier’s Plaza to see the final stage on the Jumbo Tron as we show the world how loud we can be as we bring the athletes home live on
Download Stage 5 spectator map

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Download Start List (updated Aug 8 7:00pm PDT)

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2014 winners: Cecile Ravanel and Jared Graves

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