Each of our eight events will offer something unique and challenging.
The combination will be a series that will test the skills, stamina and determination of the most hard core extreme enduro enthusiasts.
How to pick the right class?
Select the right class, according to your
-) Physical fitness
-) Riding technique ability
-) Racing experience
This will make sure you are up against riders of the same level. It also might be the difference between seeing the finish line or having to quit early.
You are one of the top riders in your region, used to pro or semi-professional racing and all kinds of extremes. The trails are technically very challenging and require excellent stamina, strength and riding skills.
You are a very skilled rider with lots of competitive experience. You want to compete against riders of the same level, but still ride the same trails as the Gold class.
This class is for less experienced riders. It is still is challenging, but manageable since it is a little bit less intense than the Gold/ Silver trails.
IRON (** subject to specific race events)
This is a tough trail without the most challenging sections. Here is less competitive pressure, but you get all the fun while being out there.
There will be individual participants only, no teams anymore.
Overall championship: To be eligible for the overall ranking, you must either participate in the Gold or Silver class.
Series ranking per class: Each finisher will get points.
For more details, scroll down to the rules and regulations section.
Series 2020 – Points Racers
The SEER Series 2020 Points Registration is open until further notice.
For $30, you are going to be one of our SEER 2020 points racers!
1) Annual awards ranking (and your chance for an awesome trophy!),
2) $5 off for four single SEER 2020 events (The Grizzly, The Sasquatch, The Nite Squatch, The Cliffhanger) you register.
3) Support our series!
Sounds like a done deal!
We are very happy to be partnering with established events and some new venues.
Brushy Mountain, North Carolina
Young Harris, Georgia
You are going to race across 5 states!
SEER Rules & Regulations
General Course Description
Each event will have their own unique features but they will have a lot of things in common which will be creek beds, hill climbs and rock gardens. Be sure that your bike and body are protected and ready for the challenge. The course length will vary from 5-40 miles but do not focus so much on the mileage but rather how long you will be on the bike. Count on 3-5 hours. We will be posting more info on each event as they are coming up so check seer-racing.com for specifics on each event. We are partnering with some established events and we will link their info on our site but be sure to check with them on the specifics of their events.
At most events we will have a A and B line. The A line will be for gold and silver riders. If you enter either one of these classes you will be challenged. Don’t take it lightly, have your bike and body prepared. The B line will be for bronze riders and will still be challenging but will by pass some of the more extreme obstacles. If this is your first extreme event this is a good place to start.
- All participants must wear helmets, boots and eye protection.
- No pit racing, Idle up to the start.
- No minors on pit bikes, four wheelers or any other motorized vehicles. Parents please help us with this.
- Everyone that enters the event venue must sign in and will receive a wrist band that must be worn at all times.
- Spectators are not allowed to be on the race course, alter any course markings or assist a rider unless its an emergency situation.
- Riders can assist other riders, outside assistance is not allowed.
- Cutting the course will result in a penalty or disqualification.
- If you leave the course you must re enter at the same location.
- Any aggressive behavior will not be tolerated this includes riders and spectators.
- If you quit the race you must notify score keeping.
- You can walk or ride a bicycle to preview the course.
- You must provide your own medical insurance. SEER llc does not provide medical insurance. It is your responsibility. We do not recommend that you compete in our events without medical insurance.
- Please keep your pets on a leash.
- Please direct any issues to the race director not the score keepers or volunteers.
- No riders under 16 allowed.
Rules for Points
- One drop.
- We will be pulling points from Battle of the Goats, The Groundhog and Saddleback. They will have there own classes but you will be competing with your fellow class riders for the SEER points. Anyone not in the SEER points will be excluded when we assign points for those races.
- All competitors not in the SEER points will be excluded when tabulating points at the races SEER promotes. That means if you get beat by someone that is competing on a one day pass they will be excluded from the points calculations.
- Points schedule class awards
1st=25 2nd=22 3rd=20 4th=18 5th=16 6th=15 7th=14 8th=13 9th=12 10th=11 11th=10 12th=9 13th=8 14th=7 15th=6 16th=5 17th=4 18th=3 19th=2 20th=1
Points schedule overall awards. Must ride silver or gold class to be eligible for overall awards.
1st=40 2nd=35 3rd=31 4th=28 5th=26 6th=25 7th=24 8th=23 9th=22 10th=21 11th=20 12th=19 13th=18 14th=17 15th=16 16th=15 17th=14 18th=13 19th=12 20th=11 21th=10 22nd=9 23rd=8 24th=7 25th=6 26th=5 27th=4 28th=3 29th=2 30th=1
5. Riders must complete the course on the bike they started on
6. All bikes must have a working kill switch
7. All bikes must have silencers
8. The course markings represent the course, stay on the course. Deviating from the course could cause serious injuries.
9. Race officials have the right to cancel an event in the event of bad weather such as tornado warnings or floods. Rain will generally not trigger a cancellation. If that happens it will be posted on our face book page and web site as soon as the decision is made.