July 20-22nd, 2018

Revelstoke, BC

6000m+ of descending, 75km+ of singletrack, 3 days of racing and a 13km descent accessed via helicopter.

Welcome to the only Helicopter supported mountain bike event in North America.  This is not a "Pro's only" tour like other multi-day events, this a true adventure riding, accessing remote locations and creating adventure's, in the heart of British Columbia, the backcountry paradise that is, Revelstoke, BC. 

We're also dedicated to giving back to the local trails, last year this event raised more than $25,000 for local trails, so by registering, you're helping! 




In true mountain biker fashion, riders must find their own accommodation. Tourism Revelstoke has a great list of accommodations, please head to our Accommodation Page for more info.


Who really cares? Just show up with your bike and a cooler of wobbly pops!


  • 3-Days of Enduro racing, cumulative time over three days, decides winner.

  • Sportident Timing System (Chip Timing). As in many other multi-day races.

  • Blind-Racing - No pre-riding, course is never released until the morning of.

  • Categories | Men, Women, Pro Men, Pro Women, 40+ Men

  • July 23rd is the alternate heli-day. 


  1. Tier 1 = $1200CAD // $964USD
    Register and pay in full before February 15th

  2. Tier 3 = $1500CAD// $1205USD
    Register and pay security deposit ($250.00 CAD),  Final payment due June 1st.


  • Riders should be solid black or double black riders. This is largely due to the remoteness of trails.


  • Riders must be solid black diamond capable and fully self sufficient.


Day 1 
NEW TRAILS - New area for 2018, we'll be headed to explore a different zone of Revelstoke for Day 1 - This will be the easiest day, about 20kms of fun, intermediate terrain - a great warm up!

Day 2
This is the BIG 
Racers will get 1 shuttle today, expect about 35kms of pedalling with 1900m of climbing and 2500m of descending.
All trails are black diamond, think deep dark woods, loam, roots and steep, steep chutes

Day 3
Today will be approximately 2100m of descending, with 100m of climbing, today is the heli! Think alpine, lot's of alpine.



  • Day 1
    Free Beer! Racers purchase their own food, each racer get's a complimentary cold-frosty beer!

  • Day 2

    • Complimentary breakfast pastry platter from La Baguette (banana bread, muffins, coffee, tea, croissants)

    • Dinner (complimentary)
      BBQ Style (Veg option available)

      Two Brews per person
      *Dinner is mandatory as we will be doing the heli-briefing from here*

  • DAY 3

    • Complimentary breakfast pastry platter from La Baguette (banana bread, muffins, coffee, tea, croissants)

    • Dinner (complimentary)
      Two Brews per person

    • Taco Food Truck

  • Food station for Day 2

  • Bring your own food/water on all other days


  • To keep this race a true adventure, only those who apply will be sent intimate details of the event!

  • See the registration page for more!

Important Info

All riders must submit an application to this event due to the remoteness, technical nature of these trails, and the expected level of Apres, riders must apply via an online application.

  • ALL RIDERS SHOULD HAVE ATTENDED A FIRST-AID COURSE, or have adequate training in CPR/Basic first-aid, IN THE LAST 5-YEARS, priority goes to those with current/valid first-aid certifications

  • ALL RIDERS must wear a helmet manufactured between 2015 and 2018

  • Event Limit - 110 Riders

  • This event is an 16+ Event - Unless you can prove worthiness!

  • What do you get? 

    • Three days of the best hand selected trails in BC. We work with locals to pick the most unique trails, and give back more than $25,000 in trail love to this community!

    • A helicopter drop.

    • Real, Professional, PAID, First-Responders (All First Responders have a wilderness endorsement and work in the industry in a professional capacity)

    • Helicopter Long-Line team on standby for the final day.

    • Cold beer and hot food prepared by local culinary wizards​.

    • Beer from Revelstoke's own - Begbie Brewery!

    • Shuttles during the races.

    • Memorial Keepsake.

    • A box-load of bragging rights for attending North America's first and only, Helicopter supported enduro!

Refund Policy

Due to the logistics of the race, once confirmed you will be required to give a $250 non-refundable deposit.  Just clear your calendar now, this event is worth it!

It is strongly encouraged to purchase trip/event cancellation for this event.​ (In case you get injured before the event)

  • 80% (Less deposit) Refunds are permitted until March 10th

  • 75% (Less deposit) Refunds are permitted until April 10th

  • NO REFUNDS are given after April 10th - Unless approved by the team

  • NO TRANSFERS - unless approved by team - $30.00 fee applies


All participants, must provide proof of insurance before participating (we will send a google link to you after you pay!)

Looking for insurance - we trust the crew at Lifestyle Financial:

  • Get a quote

  • For additional information please email: travel@lifestylefinancial.ca

  • *This does not apply to residents of BC.

  • *Residents of Canada, contact Lifestyle for out-of-province evacuation.


*Ensure you have Trip Cancellation, that covers your race entry!*

Purchasing this trip cancellation insurance with Lifestyle Financial, ensures that if you cannot make your trip due to an unforeseen injury or other cause, your race entry fee's will be covered!

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Getting Here

Honestly, it doesn't matter how you do it, or where you come from, you'll figure it out...

  • International - Fly to Kelowna, Calgary or Vancouver, rent a car, ride your bike

  • Domestic - Fly to Kamloops or Kelowna - Kamloops has big jumps!

  • Regional - Drive or bus, make sure to watch Drop-in before you leave, those guys know all the spots.

Who's Organizing?

This event is the brainchild of Ted Morton, but it really is a collaborative affair (read more about how we give back!). Ted works directly with the local community, whether it's La Baguette, Valley Retreat, the Revelstoke Cycling Association, the provincial government, local restaurants, local helicopter operators or Tourism Revelstoke. This is a community affair!

Ted is the owner of the and founder of the Canadian National Enduro Series. Ted's been involved in creating mtb experiences across three continents and cut his teeth as a MTB Guide, Instructor and coach. With a degree in Tourism Management, specializing in Adventure Studies, you can trust you're in good hands.

Giving Back

Let's chat about riding bikes for a second...We're lucky that there are a very small group of people all over the world, building, managing, advocating, developing and working hard so that you can smile as you ride down that brown, wiggly worm of singletrack. Ted and team are well versed in this, and are committed to being a fully tenured operator and steward for the trails used in the event.

This event was actually created to provide a source of management to a few cherished trails around the Revelstoke area which were in need of some love. The event, thanks to it's participants, is able to use the revenue to coordinate trail work, collect baseline impact data and so much more, to learn more check out our Giving Back Page.


I'm committed to making local communities better, and as such, for this event, and here's how:

  • 2017 - We coordinate and funded more than $15,000 in trail work on the Cartier Mountain Trail, the largest work project on that trail in more than 15 years.
    The total amount of work exceeded $25,000 thanks to our lovely supporters!

  • 2017 - We upped our donation to the local club RCA from $1500 for the use of Boulder MTN to $2500.

  • 2018 - We will be donating $10,000 to the RCA for trail projects.

  • 2018 - We'll be dedicating $8,000 of work into the Cartier Trail, which we will likely see our partners contribute too!

  • The BC Enduro Series Inc. family of events, have donated more than $90,000 to local trails in the past four years, thanks to our ridership and partners!

  • Head over to our Giving Back Page, to learn more about the Cartier Trail project and how we use this event

  • We partner with the Columbia Shuswap Invasive Species Society to educate riders on impacts, they run our bike wash station!

Do your part - become a member of the Revelstoke Cycling Association.  We're a Gold Supporter

Donate to the trails from this event, by becoming a member of the Revelstoke Cycling Association

Get involved with your local club!

JULY 20-22nd

Get #Revelstoked



At some point of this adventure, you're going to meet a life-long friend, undoubtedly, they'll probably be a volunteer, as they are the back-bone of the event and truly give it that personal feel.

We're always in need of volunteers, and some of the positions we're looking for are:

  • Course Marshal

  • Food Station

  • First-Aid (WFR or higher) - can be paid

  • Course Clean (Cleans the course of signage - LONG day)

  • Sweep (Rides behind the last rider - another long day)

  • Driver's

What you'll get:

  • Lunch each day

  • Dinner each day

  • Helicopter Drop

  • Event Swag

  • Lot's of riding

The details:

  • No accommodation provided

  • Must be solid black/expert rider (for heli-day only)

  • Preference goes to those that can make all three days.




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  • Riders travelling from out of country will need to provide valid proof of insurance. Please ensure this insurance covers you for professional competition, helicopter travel and mountain biking.

  • Residents of Canada that have provincial health care are strongly advised to purchase additional personal injury insurance for mountain biking, helicopter travel, and trip cancellation (in case you get injured before the event).



  • Full-face helmets are mandatory for U21 Riders

  • Full-face helmets are strongly recommended

  • You must wear an approved mountain biking helmet, purchased within the last three years, at all times while riding your bike

What to pack

  • 15-20L Day pack

  • First-Aid kit, suitable for your level of training

  • Multi-tool with 8mm hex

  • Leatherman or Swiss Army Knife

  • X2 Tubes

  • Pump/Tire Levers

  • Spare brake pads

  • Quick link and chain break

  • 2L of water

  • Food

  • Spare Derailleur Hanger

  • Derailleur cable

  • Zip-ties/Cable ties

  • Electrical Tape/Duct Tape

  • Phone

Bikes on Freakin' Heli's

  • We've teamed up with Aero Designs, manufacturers of one of the only approved bike rack's for helicopters in Canada.  What does this mean? You don't have to disassemble anything on your bike and it won't get scratched or damaged from a long line!

First Aid

  • Our paid first-responder team, are working professionals, they are used to providing care in remote areas and to adventuresome clientele.  Fully certified and on call, you can trust this team. 

  • On the Heli-day, there will be and emergency long-line team on standby, incase you need extraction or have a medical emergency.



  • Racers will be e-mailed a schedule approximately 3 weeks before the event, but it should look something like this.

  • Day 1 - 10:00AM Registration

    • 11:00-3:00pm Racing

    • 4:00pm - Apres Bike

  • Day 2 

    • 7:30am - Timing Tag Pickup at Glacier House

    • 8:00am - 4:00pm Racing

    • 6:00pm - Heli Social (Buffet dinner and beer, provided) This is mandatory to attend as you will be given your helicopter briefing.

  • Day 3

    • 6:00AM - First Flight Group!​

    • 6:00AM - 2:00PM - HELI BIKING!