BikeRadar Live: Sign up for Whyte Night night-time enduros

Money off race entries

The Whyte Night night-time enduros at BikeRadar Live are your chance to have a laugh with your mates and take on a 5km purpose-built trail designed by four-time national champion Will Longden.

You can choose between a four-hour race or a more gruelling 12-hour challenge, both starting at 8pm on Saturday and with a share of £5,000 up for grabs.

And we’re offering you the chance to sign up for the enduros for a special reduced price of just £25 – that’s a £15 discount. This price includes weekend access to BikeRadar Live and camping.

Simply enter the promotional code 06EN01 while booking. (Offer valid for first 500 people who register).

The rolling open land which surrounds the Donington race circuit will link up several woodland areas with both natural and manmade technical sections to keep riders on their toes. Expect twisting singletrack, rock gardens and more. The track will be a fun challenge for all levels of rider.

To find out more, check out the information below or go to the BikeRadar Live site.

What else do get for your cash?

  • BikeRadar Live T-shirt
  • ChampionChip timing system
  • Access to competitor/quiet camping area
  • Toilets near start/finish line
  • Showers (in main show area)
  • Secure 24-hour bike lockup
  • Well-lit changeover area
  • Light charging facility (near start/finish line)
  • Dedicated bikewash (10pm–8.30am)
  • Overnight catering facilities
  • Medical cover
  • Marshalling
  • Rider care

Times

  • Registration takes place at the registration tent from 6pm-9pm on Friday 29 May and 10am-4pm on Saturday 30 May, including rider indemnities, number board and timing chip pickup.
  • Enduro entrants have from 4.30pm-6.45pm on Saturday to set up. 
  • A race briefing will be held from 7.30pm-7.50pm. 
  • The prizegiving ceremony will be held at 2pm on Sunday 31 May.

Categories

12-hour Competitive   Four-hour Competitive  
Team (Four male riders)   Team (Four male riders)  
Team (Four mixed, at least one female)   Team (Four mixed, at least one female)  
Pair (Male)   Pair (Male)  
Pair (Female)   Pair (Female)  
Pair (Mixed)   Pair (Mixed)  
Solo (Male)   Solo (Male)  
Solo (Female)   Solo (Female)  
Team singlespeed (Male)   Team singlespeed (Male)  
Team singlespeed (Female)   Team singlespeed (Female)  
Solo singlespeed (Male)   Solo singlespeed (Male)  
Solo singlespeed (Female)   Solo singlespeed (Female)  
     
12-hour Fun   Four-hour Fun  
Team (Four male riders)   Team (Four male riders)  
Team (Four mixed, at least one female)   Team (Four mixed, at least one female)  
Pair (Male)   Pair (Male)  
Pair (Female)   Pair (Female)  
Pair (Mixed)   Pair (Mixed)  
Solo (Male)   Solo (Male)  
Solo (Female)   Solo (Female)  
Team singlespeed (Male)   Team singlespeed (Male)  
Team singlespeed (Female)   Team singlespeed (Female)  
Solo singlespeed (Male)   Solo singlespeed (Male)  
Solo singlespeed (Female)   Solo singlespeed (Female)  

Restrictions

  • Please note, if you wish to enter a second challenge or race at the show, it does not entitle you to another weekend pass.
  • Tickets are non-transferable.
  • Participants are advised to take out individual personal loss or injury insurance.
  • Helmets must be worn at all times when riding.
  • Working lights must be on at all times during the race.
  • The number of riders is limited and will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. Entries will be accepted from 30 January. The closing date for advance purchase is 31 March, or when capacity has been reached.
  • If there are fewer than 10 entrants in your category you will be moved into another category of the event organisers’ choice.
  • Teams can contain up to four riders. If on the day you fail to make up the numbers in the team you will be placed in the appropriate category.
  • Riders must be 18 or over.
  • Photo ID, a passport or driving licence PLUS a household bill will need to be produced at briefing/sign-on.
  • Enduro entrants do not count as ‘accompanying adults’ for under-16s. If you have come to BikeRadar Live with children, there must be another adult to look after them at all times, with no more than three children per adult.
  • No animals (guide/access-for-all dogs are allowed with paying human owner).
  • No open barbecues, no petrol generators, no open fires, no motorised vehicles to be driven on-site, no glass and no bottles.
  • A helmet must be worn at all times when riding.
  • Riding curfews and non-riding areas must be adhered to.
  • A rideworthy biking policy will be in force throughout the event.
  • The organisers have final say on suitability of riders and their bikes throughout the event. No drink riding will be permitted.
  • On-site speed restrictions will apply to all riders.
  • Unauthorised trading, flyering, bannering, photography for commercial gain or any other activity deemed inappropriate by the event organisers will not be permitted and may result in you being asked to leave the venue. 
  • No refunds will be available. All features are subject to change or cancellation with no refund given.

About BikeRadar Live

BikeRadar Live is the biggest ever mass-participation cycling event to hit the UK, and will take place on the weekend of 30–31 May 2009 at DoningtonPark in Leicestershire.

The weekend will be packed full of races and challenges, with something for everyone, whether you want to compete, watch your friends and family or just check out some of the world’s best riders.

Entry into any of the events gives you full access to the festival’s many attractions including spectacular all-weather stunt displays, invitational dirt jump and dual slalom comps, a cycling film festival, live big top entertainment and the Scott Sunset DJ Sessions. Test yourself against pro and celebrity riders in the Procycling Hot Laps, post a time in the Wattbike comp or take the kids along to the CycleActive skills school. A purpose-built bikes and accessories expo will give festival-goers the chance to ride the latest bikes from leading brands and grab show-only deals on bikes and accessories.

Events include the Cycling Plus Sportive in association with the Geoff Thomas Foundation (100km & 100 mile), Whyte Night night-time enduros (12hr & 4hr), MBUK eliminator dual-slalom and the Devil Takes the Hindmost circuit race. Click here to sign up.

BikeRadar Live’s world-class facilities include on-site camping with a kids and family area, secure bike lock-up, showers, bike wash, workshop, picnic area, medical centre, viewing stands and food and drink market.

BikeRadar Live is brought to you by Future, the makers of MBUK, Cycling Plus, BikeRadar.com, What Mountain Bike, Cyclingnews.com and Procycling.

For more details go to the BikeRadar Live website.

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