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The Beast! The ultimate off-road challenge in the UK. Individuals and teams of up to 3 riders put themselves against the Mountain, the weather, and their own physical reserves for a whole night and day. The night lap – from the start, is a shorter approx. 7 mile loop running for the initial 11 hours of the race. Good lights are a must! Each rider must also have a red light on their back clothing in case you leave your bike at night.
The start of the 24 hour enduro will be a Le Mans start (i.e. a short run to your bike from a standing start), with groups leaving in classes – the first wave starting on Saturday at 7:00 pm. This means you will need to be on the start line with your bike no later than 6:30 pm.
Open for any bike with any tyre ranging from 50cc up. More than one bike can be used providing all bikes have been scrutineered by our marshals. We allow tear-offs and roll-offs.
Remember to bring all clothing, helmets and boots with you. Should your bike breakdown, we have facilities on-site to tow your bike back to the pits. We also have a small trade village on site with essential parts, clothing and merchandise.
The event is manned by a large number of experienced marshals and first aid medical assistants will be present throughout the whole weekend.
Whilst you ride for the duration of the race, enjoy as much or as little riding as you like for the time that the race is on. Whether you do one lap or forty ..... enjoy.
Please Note: It is an essential requirement to have a RED flashing light on the rear of yourself, the rider. Failure to do so will result in you being unable to start the race.
Open to all riders over the age of 15yrs (15yr to 18yr olds will require parental permission).
• Solo Expert
• Solo Clubman
• Solo Vets 40+
• Solo Super Vets 50+
• Solo Sportsman
• Solo Ladies
• 2 Rider Team
• 3 Rider Team
• Over 575cc
• Multi Cylinder
*CLASSES MY BE CANCELLED IF NOT ENOUGH IN CLASS*
The race starts at 7pm with a carefully planned 7 mile course (approx) for night time riding. The course comprises woodlands, fire roads, easy flowing sections and the MotoX track. After 11 hours the full course will open onto an approx 14+mile course
Easy to navigate with well-signposted arrows to show directions and taped off where need be. Lots of marshals are on hand to supervise and help if need be.
Direction to Walters Arena
Unfortunately there is no Post Code for Walters Arena but the following post code will get you to the traffic lights in Glynneath, SA11 5TU. From there follow the map below. The site entrance is set back from the road and not easy to see.
The SA10 post codes used in the past will not get you to the site but will take you down a long no through road where you will meet a very irate farmer.
When leaving the site watch out for the mobile speed camera when coming down the hill into Glynneath.
Dawn to Dusk Enduro