Saturday March 30s
Work Horse Bicycles, Trailhead Cyclery, Family Cycling Center, Scotts Valley Cycle Sport, CCCX Cycling
Please read below for further instructions on registration for this event.
Toro Park - 501 Monterey-Salinas Highway 68, Salinas, CA 93908
Packet pickup, rider meetings and awards will take place in the Quail Meadows picnic area.
Toro Park hours are 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. 7 days a week. The Park will open at 7 a.m. on race day.
Toro Park has a $8 entry fee to all cars entering the park. Thank you for supporting Monterey County Parks.
Toro Park has a No Alcohol policy.
Sorry!!! Rangers will be checking on this, so please No Alcohol consumed in the Toro Park area.
Practice Friday, March 29. 12:00 noon to Park Closing.
Practice Saturday, March 30. 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
Rider Meeting 9:15 a.m. Saturday March 30.
Timed Runs Start at 10:00 a.m.
Awards 3:00 p.m.
Please go to The California Enduro Series Race Page and the registration process is there.
The CES will be helping with timing for the Toro Enduro.
Registration is open now and closes the on Thursday, March 28 at 12:00 pm noon.
Pre-registration only for this event so please sign up in advance. Thank you/
All racers must go to the California Enduro Series registration page.
If you have an account simply log in and then go to RACE REGISTRATION, and the TORO ENDURO registration link can be found there, below the regular California Enduro Series list of events.
If you do not have an account - rider profile, with the CES, then simply start a rider profile account and complete the Toro Enduro process once you are logged on the the CES system.
The California Enduro Series will be timing this event, and this will make for the best possible race experience for all. Thank you to the CES for being a part of the Toro Enduro.
The Toro Enduro is not part of the actual Califronia Enduro Series, they are just doing the timing for us :).
ONSITE CHECKIN/PLATE PICKUP Toro Park –
Quail Meadows picnic area - Saturday, March 30 , 7am-9am.
TIMING CHIPS- We are using the CES Timing System.
This is a active chip timing system - you’ll be assigned your timing chip at packet pickup.
NOTE: You must wear your timing chip on the top of your RIGHT wrist during the race, you can tighten the strap so the chips stays on top of your wrist. Do not wear the timing chip next to a GPS watch or other electronic device - nothing on the right wrist with the timing chip, they can interfere with timing.
You must Activate Your Chip before each race stage - there will be an ACTIVATE HERE post with a beacon at each stage start. As you get ready to start your race run, activate your chip (insert into beacon and hear the BEEP-BEEP-BEEP) - then enter the start gate.
You must return your timing chip to get your race results after you completed all stages.
Timing transponders will be collected at the finish of the race. Racers who withdraw or do not complete the race should return the transponders to the finish.
Lost or damaged transponders will be assessed a $75 replacement fee.
Upon completion of a stage, riders can check their results at the Timing Tent.
Upon completion of the race, riders must return their chips to the Timing Tent to upload their results.
Live Timing Results will be available on live.californiaenduro.com as riders check-in their stage results.
ENTRY FEE- $100.00
INCLUDES- 4 Stages of Racing for the Beginner & Sport Divisions of the CCCX TORO ENDURO.
5 Stages of Racing for the Expert, Open & Pro Divisions of the CCCX TORO ENDURO.
Plus snacks & water for all during & following the racing.
CANCELLATION POLICY Unfortunately, we can’t offer refunds on race registrations.
If you are 17 years or younger, you will need for a parent or legal guardian to complete your Waiver. Minors who will be traveling unaccompanied to the event should bring the completed Waiver to Packet pickup.
RACE LICENSE- The Toro Enduro is not sanctioned by UCI/USA Cycling.
Competitors will not require a UCI or USA Cycling license to compete; nor will be they be covered by their UCI or USA Cycling insurance (if applicable) during training and competition.
MASTER PRO MEN 40+
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS VARSITY PRO-EXP
EXPERT MEN 18-29
EXPERT MEN 30-39
EXPERT MEN 40-49
EXPERT MEN 50+
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS VARSITY PRO-EXP
SPORT MEN 18-29
SPORT MEN 30-30
SPORT MEN 40-49
SPORT MEN 50+
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS JUNIOR VARSITY
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY
BEGINNER MEN 18-29
BEGINNER MEN 30-39
BEGINNER MEN 40-49
BEGINNER MEN 50+
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS SOPHOMORE
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS FRESHMAN
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SOPHOMORE
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS FRESHMAN
COURSE- There will be 4 stages of racing for the Beginner and Sport Divisions & 5 stages of racing for the Expert, Open and Pro Divisions. Each course consists of mostly fun riding and ripping single track trails. There are also fire roads mixed in to the courses and the riding in general is not overly technical.
You can expect hard packed trails that are generally fast, and full of railing corners & turns that can become extra tricky and technical when taken at race speed.
Toro Park is popular for Mountain Biking because the riding is top notch fun and the views and beauty of the hills and surrounding scenery are epic. The total amount of distance for all 4 timed stages combine for about 5 miles of trails & fire roads with about 3200 ft. descended. Pro & Expert riders will have a little more distance to cover & descend.
The full day should be around 20 miles with an equal amount of climbing.
The special stage that is for the Expert, Open and Pro riders is going to be quite the bonus!
PRACTICE- All trails are open at all times during competition. Please be respectful when pre-riding. Course will be marked by noon on Friday. Also please very courteous to all Toro Park users.
SHUTTLES AND LIFTS- No vehicle shuttling allowed during practice and race.
PROTECTION RULES- Helmets must be worn at all times while you are riding or sitting on a bike.
Full Face helmets are not required.
START ORDER AND START PROCEDURE START ORDER- Start times will be posted for each category for each stage. We’ll be starting riders at each stage by category. The indicated times are the start times at the start of each stage, it is your responsibility to be at each race stage at the time indicated. The posted start times will include estimated transfer time for each stage to help you plan your transfers.
We also allocated 10 minutes between stages, beyond the transfer times, to allow you to manage repairs, hydrate and get some food. So you will have plenty of time to make the transfers between stages and enjoy the day and the race. Also posted with the start times is the time that each stage will close. Any racers arriving at the start of a race stage after the stage has closed may miss their chance to be timed on that stage and will not have a compiled finish time for the event. Within each Category Group, the racer start times are self-seeding.
START PROCEDURE- You must Activate Your Chip – As you enter the start gate there will be an ACTIVATE HERE post with a beacon. Insert into beacon as indicated to activate your timing chip - BEEP-BEEP-BEEP and FLASHING indicate an active chip. Once your timing chip is activated, DO NOT EXIT THE START GATE.
As you move up to the start line, the starter will give you a start time.
Racers will be given a 5 second countdown to their start. Riders must follow directions of the starter.
CLAIMS AND PENALTIES- Marshals will be situated along the course to monitor for any rule violations.
Claims regarding the race progress itself or the attitude of other riders must be put forward to the Race Director (located in the Village) within 30 minutes of the race finish of the last rider.
The Race Director is authorized to give additional penalties that are not listed in the CES rules in the case of a rider who fails to respect the other riders, the spirit of the sport, the environment or the organization. This includes going off course. The course is the currently established trail. The trail is dirt.
The areas alongside the trail that are not the course and have plants growing on them.
Don’t ride off the course over any plants.
Race Director: Keith DeFiebre - firstname.lastname@example.org
AWARDS- Awards at the finish immediately following the race on Saturday (around 3:00 pm, barring any timing difficulties). Top 5 from each category need to be in attendance to receive their money/plaque or medal.
EMERGENCY RESPONSE- Emergency Response personnel will be on course during the race If you approach an injured rider please check to ensure they are ok. Please let the nearest course marshal know if there is an injured rider. They will have a copy of the Medical Plan and contact list. If the rider is unconscious, then please stay with them or have someone stay with them until the EMT or course marshal arrives.
We will stop the event for a serious injury and will do our best to restart the affected riders.
FIRST AID TENT- There will be a medical tent at the Start/Finish for wound wash after the race. The staging area for medical personnel on the course is the finish of Stage 2.
They can access much of the course quickly from that location.
NEAREST CLINIC/HOSPITAL- Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital 450 E Romie Ln, Salinas, CA 93901 (831) 757-4333
Community Hospital of Monterey 2 Upper Ragsdale Dr D200, Monterey, CA 93940 (831) 649-7220
Parking for race entrant’s will be in the dirt lot across from Quail Meadows area and the dirt lots above this area. Please follow all rules of Toro Park and do not park anywhere but the Toro Enduro event parking locations .
ACCOMMODATIONS- There is no camping in Toro Park, and limited opportunity for camping nearby – there are many hotels in Monterey, Marina, Seaside or Salinas, all a short drive to Toro Park.
CONTACTS TORO ENDURO Race Director: Keith DeFiebre - email@example.com
Ride Safe & Have Fun