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Welcome to the POC Scottish Enduro Series

It is a mission of the Scottish Enduro Series to seek out outstanding new venues and to increase the knowledge of great riding locations throughout Scotland. 

So, after some scouting and resourcing, the  Scottish Enduro Series 2016  will mix it up at a few of those classic locations and it will feature 2 brand new venues that we know you are going to love.


All enquiries via our Facebook page or by email: info@scottishenduroseries.co.uk


The Events

Round 1 Dunkeld, Perth and Kinross

Event Date: 12/03/2016 - 13/03/2016

This will be the first round of the 2016 series, so you you can be assured that the team will be pulling out all the stops to ensure the  first race is a cracker. Whilst the area is a first foray for the SES team, Dunkeld  already has a great reputation for downhill and enduros alike, riders can  expect a challenging day with great stages to get your season kick started.

There will be a good variety of stages to ensure all the skills are ready for the season ahead.

Getting Here

Dunkeld is a small town in Strathtay, Perth and Kinross, Scotland. It is about 15 miles north of Perth on the eastern side of the A9 road into the Scottish Highlands



To be confirmed

Accommodation & Camping

Looking for accomadation try here


Round 2 Fort William, Scottish Highlands

Event Date: 16/04/2016 - 17/04/2016

In 2015 Fort William produced a cracking round with  some  varied stages. In 2016  riders can expect more of the same, some old classics and as always at Fort William  you have to expect the unexpected.

Working with  the local riding community, Forestry Commision Scotland, SNH and other landowners we are sure that this event will be one of the big races of  the year.

You can watch the video from the 2015 race here or read the race report here




Getting Here

Nevis Range is 7 miles north of Fort William on the A82.

From the South - follow the A82 straight through Fort William and follow the signs for Inverness.  Continue out of Fort William for approx 6 miles.  Nevis Range is up an tarmac access road on your right - look for the brown tourist signs.

From the North - Nevis Range is 5 miles south of Spean Bridge on the A82.  The junction to the access road is on your left.


Nevis Range Car Park

Accommodation & Camping

Fort William is the Outdoor Capital of the UK, and as such has a whole host of accommodations to suit your needs.

Check the website HERE.

Round 3 Glenlivet Bike Park, Tomintoul

Event Date: 11/06/2016 - 12/06/2016

Based in the center  of the village in Tomintoul riders can expect some great  riding  in the Cairngorm National Park ,  in 2015 there was a real party  feel around the event village and the local businesses got behind the event.

The team at Scottish Enduro series will be working hard to build on the successes of 2015 and introduce  riders to some  new  parts of the maginifcant Crown estates.

For last years video click here and race report please click here


Getting Here


Tomintoul is the highest village in the Highlands and the largest community on Glenlivet Estate. Situated halfway between Aviemore and Royal Deeside - See more at: http://visitcairngorms.com/tomintoul#sthash.JI5sHIe7.dpuf

Glenlivet Bike Trails are situated on the Glenlivet Estate, 4½ miles from Tomintoul.
1. From South via A9; Leave A9 after Aviemore, take A95 to Grantown on Spey, then A939 toward Tomintoul. Turn left onto the B9136 at Bridge of Avon (before reaching Tomintoul). Follow B9136 for 2½ miles before turning right onto the unclassified road signposted “Croughly”. Follow this road for ¾ mile before arriving at the entrance to Glenlivet bike trails.

From North via A9; Leave A9 at Carrbridge, take A938/A95 to Grantown on Spey (Follow directions as above).

2. From Braemar /Aberdeen; Join the A939 over the Lecht Pass. At the T-junction on the outskirts of Tomintoul turn left and follow A939 through Tomintoul and onto the Bridge of Avon, before turning right onto the B9136. Follow B9136 for 2½ miles before turning right onto the unclassified road signposted “Croughly”. Follow this road for ¾ mile before arriving at the entrance to Glenlivet bike trails. Glenlivet Bike Trails are situated on the Glenlivet Estate, 4½ miles from Tomintoul.

3. From North via Elgin; Take A95 to 1 mile south of Marypark then turn left onto the B9008. After 4 miles turn right onto the B9136 and follow for 6 miles. Turn left onto the unclassified road signposted “Croughly”. Follow this road for ¾ mile before arriving at the entrance to Glenlivet bike trails. Glenlivet Bike Trails, Kirkmichael, Ballindalloch, AB37 9AR.


Parking detail will be published closer to the event with plenty space for campers and camping.

Accommodation & Camping

Why not make a weekend of it? Tomintoul & Glenlivet has a choice of hostels, B&B's, hotels camping and self-catering properties.

View local accomodation.

Round 4 Laggan Wolftrax, Laggan

Event Date: 13/08/2016 - 14/08/2016

People from Fort William often say, ‘It’s always Sunny at Laggan’.  2015  helped keep that belief alive.

The  surpise introduction of  some new stages in 2015 certainly added to the excitment of the weekend. The classic Black and Red trails were still included,  however the real highlights were the brand new stages that were best described as ‘naughty’! Off-camber, slippery as a greased weasel and devilishly steep, the new natural trails kept everyone on their toes. P

  To watch the event video here and read race report here

Getting Here

~~Using SatNav?

PH20 1BU is the nearest postcode.

Driving north on the A9 - turn off at Dalwhinnie onto the A889.  At Laggan Bridge, turn left onto the A86 to Spean Bridge.  Laggan Wolftrax is a mile ahead on the left-hand side.

Driving south from Inverness on the A9 -turn off at Kingussie onto the A86 towards Spean Bridge and Fort William. Follow the A86 through Newtonmore.  Turn right at the fork in the road signposted Fort William.  Wolftrax is 10 miles ahead, on the left.

Driving east from Fort William on the A82 - turn onto the A86 at Spean Bridge towards Kingussie. Continue past Loch Laggan and Creag Meagaidh nature reserve to Strathmashie Forest. Wolftrax is on the right-hand side of the road about 1km past Strathmashie House.


~~Parking is tight at Laggan.  We will have 3 car parks in use, so please listen to the parking chiefs when you arrive.

Park 1 - for the Weekenders.  If you are planning to stay in your van on Friday and or Saturday night, you will park in the Quarry - prime Upper Wolftrax location, complete with gentle breeze to keep the midges at bay!  Campers will also use the Laggan Forest Trust car park on the other side of the road from Wolftrax - we'll keep you right.

Park 2 - Wolftrax Carpark.  We'll fill this one first, and use a few spaces round it.

Park 3 - Gorstean Carpark.  This is about 1 mile cycle from the main carpark and once Parks 1 and 2 are full, we'll send you here.

Where possible, please try to car share.  Keeping car numbers down will help us greatly with the parking.  Thanks!

Accommodation & Camping

~~There are various accommodation options nearby.  Check Laggan Communtiy for more info.

Also, click on the links below:

Self Catering

Round 5 Dunoon, Argyll and Bute

Event Date: 10/09/2016 - 11/09/2016

This is the second new venue we will visit in 2016, although not a well known destination for mountain biking there is plenty of trail action in them there hills. Check out Dunoon Presents to keep up with what is happening. The SES are working with FCS and  local mountain bikers to ensure  you have a great trip.

The recent enduro camp  provided four stages and 15mins of racing for the winner, riders can expect a big day out with some tasty stages and awesome vistas.

Getting Here

Dunoon is a town situated on the Cowal Peninsula in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It sits on the Firth of Clyde to the south of Holy Loch and to the west of Gourock


Details of event venue to follow.

Round 6 Ae Forest, Ae, Dumfries and Galloway

Event Date: 15/10/2016 - 16/10/2016

Ae Forest has one of the best and most popular downhill tracks on the British circuit.  As well as that there is a plethora of secret trails and enduro perfect routes.  This will be a return to Ae for the SES and we will be mixing it up here and showing you new parts of the forest never previously used.

Getting Here

Take the M74, and then the exit for Dumfries on the A701.  After 19km look for the second turn off for Ae village on the right.  Follow this road for 5km until you get to the Ae Forest trail centre just after Ae village, on the right hand side of the road.


Please pay the Forestry Enterprises Scotland parking charge if you use their car park.  There will be adequate car parking for racers in the race arena.

Limited Camping is also available in the race arena.  PLEASE, PLEASE take ALL of your rubbish home with you.  PLEASE.

Accommodation & Camping

The 7 Stanes website has details of local available accommodation.