Next Race: Awaiting 2023 information.
Disclaimer: The below info is relative to the 2021 event. We hope to soon receive updated information with regards to the 2023 event.
Terrain Description: Mud, high mountains (no trees), forests and small rivers, rocks.
Racetrack Format: Day 1 is a prologue for the riders to qualify for the second day. Day 2 is navigation day and Day 3 is a circuit track with a set number of laps to be done relative to each category. It’s similar to the Romaniacs format.
Categories: 4 categories: Iron, Bronze, Silver, Gold.
Average Daily Riding Time: Between 5-6 hours.
Racetrack markings: Yes, there will be places with markings of tape and signs.
GPS Mandatory: For one of the racedays it’s mandatory.
Entry Fee: Depends on what package the rider picks.
Championship-Race: No, but I’d like to unite Titans Hard Enduro (COL), El Inka (PER) and Machete (DR) to form a south American Hard Enduro Championship
Race History: It started in 2019 and in 2020 it was cancelled due to the pandemic. We are hoping to make the race at the end of March this year.
Normal/Expected Attendance: It’s only been held once so far, and in it’s first edition 43 riders entered.
Nearest Civilisation: Baños de Agua Santa.
Nearest International Airport: MARISCAL SUCRE in Quito (capital of the country).
Rental Motorcycles: Yes.
Race License: No.
Motorcycle Conditions: All welcome.
Typical Weather: You can have all types of weather in one day.
Sightseeing: The city where we do the race is one of the most touristic in Ecuador, there are thousands of activities in the area. It’s super friendly for the entire family.