Duluth Hard Enduro Returns to Duluth

Eyewitness Sports
Created: June 09, 2018 10:45 PM

Duluth continues to build it's reputation as the place-to-be for mountain-biking with the trails across the city. On Saturday, those trails were put to use in the Max Fierek's Duluth Hard Enduro.

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The Duluth Hard Enduro is an all day race that combines a traditional downhill race with an endurance element. Over 75 racers biked from Lester Park to Spirit Mountain. The race is about 35 miles with 12 time stages along the way.

"I like to think of bringing a big mountain enduro to the Midwest where you have a longer day with more stages. You're on course for a longer amount of time and you're doing a lot more technical riding," said Fierek.

Racing included four different categories including; Open Men, Open Women, 40+ Men and Junior U21 for riders under 21.

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