Another outing for the northern enduro
August 25th-26th will see the return of the Naughty Northumbrian enduro once again taking place in the rugged and picturesque Northumberland National Park.
After a successful, if a little damp, inaugural Naughty Northumbrian held in October last year, the team behind the event are pleased to announce that the Enduro race come mini festival will be back again for 2018.
Listening to rider feedback, they’ve decided to bring the event forward to August to give more daylight and a National Park that will be singing with the colour of heather and rolling hills.
The remote and most sparsely populated area of England, The Coquet Valley, will once again play host to the event. The steep sided valley that borders the Otterbun Military Range, as well as Scotland, offers a unique mix of steep, technical forest terrain and wide open, big vista descents.
There will once again be beer and great food on tap along with a bigger expo area full of brands and places to relax after a big day in the saddle. There will be live music and better facilities on offer.
Entries will be available via SIEntries. The first wave up for grabs at 8pm on the 1st February 2018. Register with SiEntries in advance to ensure that come 8pm on the 1st Feburary, your entry process can be as smooth and hassle free as possible.