Date: 27th/28th August 2016 (Bank Holiday Weekend)
Location: Vale of Neath, South Wales, SA11 5UD
This year sees the 15th running of one of the UK’s hardest and longest enduro events.
Consisting of 3 separate races, Dawn to Dusk begins with a standalone 2 Hour Youth Event on the Saturday, then progresses as dusk falls to the grueling 24, 12, and 6 hour solo and team enduro events.
There will also be some shorter ‘skill-shootout’ events to warm you up on the Saturday – details below.
Over 500 riders and up to 5,000 spectators, teams, family members and other supporters are expected to descend on the mountainside course of “Walters Arena” in the upper Neath Valley over the 2016 August Bank Holiday weekend.
With classes for riders ranging from complete novices to experienced national and indeed international teams, it’s a truly inclusive event where ordinary weekend warriors can find themselves in the company of Pro riders.
Few events (if any) in the UK off-road calendar can offer such a sense of achievement and satisfaction (or for that matter exhaustion!) as competing in the 6, 12 or 24 hr races of Dawn to Dusk.
Choose which races you want to take part in and register online*
* entries for 2016 will be live at the end of 2015
2 Hour Youth Race
Dawn to Dusk 6 Hour Race
Marathon Club Man
2 rider Sportsman Team
Dawn to Dusk 12 Hour Race
2 Rider – Expert
2 Rider – Clubman
3 Rider – Sportsman
Dawn To Dusk 24 Hour Race
2 Rider -Expert
2 Rider -Clubman
3 Rider Sportsman
The Funduro Rodeo
This year we’ve decided to lay on a special event on the Saturday afternoon, you can enter as a pre-race shakedown or just come for this cash shoot-out on its own! Race entry will be just £12 per rider and numbers will be strictly limited – so you need to book in quickly to reserve a place, as we cannot guarantee spaces will be available on the day…
Dawn to Dusk Enduro takes place at Walters Arena in the Vale of Neath.
Postcode for Walters Arena SA11 5UD. Sign-posted off the A4109 coming from Glyn-Neath A465. Look for Orange/Yellow motorsport triangles directing you to the venue entrance.
This view shows the full scope of the land and if you look close enough you can just make out the wind turbines.