CONTACTS

e-mail: info@wildsideenduro.com

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

1. Registrations costs per category for the 2022 season (No refund and no transfer of registration is allowed.)

* If you want to register in a stronger category than the one of your age, you must request an exemption from the FQSC. The WILDSIDE organization does not make any decisions regarding this kind of request.

  • U13 : $80

  • U15 : $80

  • U17 : $105

  • U19 Sport : $105

  • U19 Expert : $125 (EWS points eligible)

  • Senior Sport : $105

  • Master Sport : $105

  • Senior Expert : $105

  • Master Expert Women : $105

  • Master Expert Men : $125 (EWS points eligible)

  • Senior Elite : $125 (EWS points eligible)

2. What are the differences between the categories?

* If you want to register in a stronger category than the one of your age, you must request an exemption from the FQSC. The WILDSIDE organization does not make any decisions regarding this kind of request.

-To include all levels of cyclists, the Wildside Enduro team has created several categories. Here are the details for each category.

  •  U13 (U stands for UNDER 13. We consider age as of December 31 of the current year, not age at sign-up.) : This category is for cyclists between 11 and 12 years old of the current year. A course specially designed for our young athletes who want to learn about enduro discipline.

  • U15 (U stands for UNDER 15. We consider age as of December 31 of the current year, not age at sign-up.) : This category is for cyclists between 13 and 14 years old of the current year. A course specially designed for our young athletes who want to learn about enduro discipline.

  • U17 (U stands for UNDER 17. We consider age as of December 31 of the current year, not age at sign-up.) : This category is for cyclists aged between 15 and 16 of the current year. A course specially designed for our young athletes who want to learn about the enduro discipline.

  • U19 Sport (U stands for UNDER 19. We consider age as of December 31 of the current year, not age at sign-up.) : This category is intended for cyclists aged between 17 and 18 years of the current year. Participants will follow the same routes as the Sport categories

  • U19 Expert (U stands for UNDER 19. We consider age as of December 31 of the current year, not age at sign-up.) : This category is intended for cyclists aged between 17 and 18 years of the current year. Participants will follow the same routes as the Elite categories

  • Sport Senior & Master : This category is for cyclists who are starting out in enduro, or for those who want to participate in the event in a recreational way. The trails in this category are selected so that all cyclists can ride them. You will not have to ride open drop or open jump. In addition, the more technical sections all have alternative lines in order to be bypassed if needed. You will be entitled to a lightened course, but very entertaining, with about twenty kilometers of riding during your day.

  • Expert Senior & Master : This category is for experienced cyclists who ride on a regular basis. More competitive than the Sport category, mens cyclists who ride at this level will have to complete the same course as Pro. Expect a day of about 25 - 30 kilometers. The EXPERT MEN categories must complete the same stages as the elite categories. The EXPERT WOMEN categories must follow the same route as the sport categories.

  • Elite Senior : As it say, this category is for the elite of the sport. Cyclists who fit into this category are used to the formula of enduro races and race competitively. Do not think about using alternative lines to get around obstacles. The best rider is the one who gets on the first step of the podium. The ELITE MEN and ELITE WOMEN categories must complete the same course.

3. What equipment to have during the races.

- Some equipment is mandatory during races, especially for races taking place in Quebec. In accordance with the rules of the Fédération des Sports Cyclistes du Québec, every rider who races at an enduro event in Québec must have the following equipment: 

  • Helmet.

  • A jersey that minimally covers the shoulders. (No tank tops allowed)

  • CamelBak hydration pack which covers the entire back with water in the tank, or a back protector

  • Handlebars must have end plugs.

Every rider who races at an event in British Columbia must have the following equipment:

  • A helmet.

  • A jersey that minimally covers the shoulders. (No tank tops allowed)

  • CamelBak hydration pack with water in the tank, or a back protector.

  • Handlebars must have end plugs.​

It is strongly recommended to read the RULES section for each of the race regions for complete details of the events.

4. Who is the Wildside Enduro Event for ?

- Everybody. If you have a mountain bike and want to participate in an awseome mountain biking event, the Wildside Enduro is for you. All skills levels are considered when designing the courses for the different categories. A special consideration is taken to ensure that the Sport categorie courses are suited for new enduro riders, while experts and elites will find challenges on each of the tracks.

5. How can I register?

STEPS TO FOLLOW FOR THE 2022 WILDSDE SEASON EVENTS REGISTRATIONS.

*If you race to have a cumulative, you are solely responsible for your registration process. The organization detaches itself from errors that could occur in the face of a lack of vigilance during registration.

 

1. Create an account on raceroster.com (If you plan to register more than one athlete with your email address, be sure to always use the same address for each race. An athlete registered with a different email address at a different race, will be denied the right to participate in the cumulative points for the season. Therefore, only members of the same family are authorized to register under the same email address.)

 

2. Be online on registration opening day at the time indicated on our social networks, not before.

 

3. Select the correct category. IF YOU WANT TO HAVE A CUMULATIVE AT THE END OF THE SEASON, YOU MUST REGISTER IN THE SAME CATEGORY FOR ALL RACES.

 

4. Complete the registration form. (*ATTENTION*: You will only have to fill in your form for the first race. For the following races, your information will be stored on the Race Roster website. YOU MUST NOT CHANGE YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION FROM ONE RACE TO THE OTHER. Not even a letter,the information you put in when you first register must remain the same for the whole season.)

 

5. Continue your registration until payment. After completing registration you will recieve a Thank you page and confirmaiton email. Check your junk mail if you do not see your confirmation email in your inbox.

 

When there's more atlhetes trying to register than the capacity of the event: You will be added to a waiting room when you log in to register on the opening date. If you arrive earlier than the oprneing hour, it does not mean you’ll be first in line. Once registration opens the number of participants will be selected according to the order of arrival until the race is sold out. You have 15 minutes per page to complete your registration once you have reached the Wildside Race Roster registration form. Please take the time to enter the correct information and choose the correct category.