Read SEER racer’s Mark event recap for the international hard enduro info page http://www.hardenduroraces.com View the original article HERE What’s your name? Mark Myers How old are you? 30 years Where are you from? Fort Lauderdale, Florida but originally from Johnsonburg, PA When did you get into the sport of hard enduro and when didContinue reading “Race Review Cliffhanger”
After SEER’s round 4, the River Monster GPS in June in Virginia, the series continued with a hard enduro race on Labor Day weekend in Kentucky. 2021 was the 4th time having the Saddleback Xtreme (SBX) event in Bedford. Quinn Wentzel came to the race with the overall series lead, challenging the rider with theContinue reading “Race Recap Saddleback Xtreme”
With 6 wins in a row, Nick Fahringer was already crowned the champion before heading into SRT/ SEER’s final round #7, the Cliffhanger Extreme. Overall Championship Nick dominated all of the first 6 hard enduro races, no matter which format, duration, day or night! At the last round, the season finisher at the famous TKOContinue reading “Nick Fahringer SRT/ SEER Hard Enduro Champion 2020”
SRT SEER’s Final Hard Enduro Round What a day! Perfect weather, blue skies, and a leaf covered course full of steep climbs and tons of rocks awaited the 130 competitors from 17 states. Top riders like Cody Webb, Nick Fahringer, Quinn Wentzel, Jordan Ashburn and Ryder LeBlond found their way to the Trials Training Center,Continue reading “Cliffhanger Recap”
SEER’s first article in Cycle News – check out Magazine 2020 Issue 21 – Page 28!! Even the larger magazines are picking up on the new series!
We are pretty excited to share SEER’s first article on Enduro21, the world largest dirtbike online platform!! Check it out HERE
Each of these events we believe will offer something unique and challenging and the combination will be a series that will test the skills, stamina and determination of the most hard core extreme enduro enthusiasts.
Riding is our passion. We work hard on providing an excellent race experience for our riders. Which is the reason why we do lots of riding ourselves. We permanently look for new trails and challenging sections we can built into our race courses. If a section is included in our tracks, we promise that weContinue reading “From racers for races”