CamelBak Canadian Open Enduro presented by Specialized

CamelBak Canadian Open Enduro presented by Specialized

Started in: 2009
First pro winners: Brian Lopes (USA) and Fionn Griffiths (GBR)
2019 pro winners: Richie Rude (USA) and Isabeau Courdurier (FRA)
Whistler Bike Park Trails: Multi-stage race throughout the Whistler Valley and Whistler Mountain Bike Park

Staying the course and laying it all out on the dirt alongside friends and legends is the order of the day in enduro racing, and though the course changes every year, this event lives up to its notoriety every year. The trails selected for this multi-stage race will reward the generalist over the specialist, while showcasing the best of Whistler’s rooty, coastal rainforest and the challenging scree steeps of the Whistler Mountain Bike Park. The Camelbak Canadian Open Enduro presented by Specialized is Round 7 of the Enduro World Series for 2020.


Event Information & Formats

EWS - prequalified riders only (based on EWS Global Ranking points) and EWS team riders.

EWS100 - no prequalification requirements .  Limited spots. Entries offered on a space available, first come basis.  Entries open January 15.

Entries also available for the EWS80 (1 day short course) option.

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


(total is listed in Pounds Sterling and includes 5% GST and processing fees).
Entry fee includes 2 day race, 2 days of closed course marshaled training, full course medical coverage on training and race days, race day feed zone, live timing, and backup timing.

A portion of every entry will be donated to WORCA (Whistler Off Road Cycling Association) to help
the local trail association & builders maintain and develop the trails!
Additional donations can be made at :

Lift tickets are required to access the Whistler Mountain Bike Park - not included in the entry fee. A special discounted Whistler Mountain Bike Park / Peak Chair ticket (valid for training/race days) will be available for registered racers.  Must be purchased at the same time that racers collect their race plate.  Price to be confirmed in July.


Aava Hotel

To be confirmed


EWS competitors registered in the CamelBak Canadian Open Enduro presented by Specialized will need an international UCI license issued by their own national federation. EWS racers will also need a 2020 EWS Membership.

Race licenses are not required for racers in the EWS100 group of the CamelBak Canadian Open Enduro presented by Specialized.
EWS memberships are optional for EWS100 – but only riders with a membership will be eligible to collect EWS Global Ranking points.

Training: Thursday August 6 and Friday August 7 [select times and stages - TBC]
Race: Saturday August 8-Sunday August 9

Race Book ("Document" tab / menu)

EWS Rule Book

2020: Course will be announced on August 2.

2019 Course Map: Trailforks Day 1, Trailforks Day 2, PDF


Contact for more information: