Trail Addiction, the company behind the popular Les Arcs based trail guiding outfit of the same name, and the Enduro2 2-up enduro race series has gone into administration.
A brief note on the Trail Addiction homepage states that Gerald M Krasner and Gilian M Sayburn have been appointed administrators of Trailaddiction Ltd and Trans Savoie Ltd, as of the 6th March.
What this means to the general riding public is that no Trail Addiction holidays, nor the Les Arcs Enduro2 race will be going ahead this year, while the fate of the Davos Enduro 2 is as yet undecided.
What to do if you’ve booked a holiday or race entry
If you are a creditor of either company, you need to contact the following email address with details of your claim, who you are claiming against, as well as your name, postal address, telephone and email address: email@example.com
If you have booked a holiday with Trail Addiction you should contact ABTOT Limited on 020 7065 5395 in order to start the process of getting your money back.
While a portion of the holiday was protected by a bond, this does not apply to payments made via credit card, and you should contact your credit card company in order to make a claim under section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act 1974.
Those who have paid via Visa debit should also contact their issuing company, and should make a claim via the Visa chargeback rules.
If you have entered the Les Arcs Enduro2, this is not covered by ABTOT, and you should again contact your credit card or Visa issuing company.
If you have paid for either by a different means, you should contact firstname.lastname@example.org, who should send you a form in the coming days. It would also be sensible to contact your travel insurance provider, if you have already arranged cover.
We are looking into the reasons behind the fall into administration and will update as and when we receive more information.
Have you booked a holiday with Trail Addiction? Have you paid to enter the Davos Enduro 2 event this year? Have you heard from the company about this matter? Let us know in the comments below.