Enduro is a modality of motorcycling that is practiced cross-country and also in stadiums. It is a rally-type race, in which routes are made through established routes (or stages). Among the stages you can find timed short tests that require skill, dexterity on the bike.
Unlike motocross, enduro is practiced outdoors, so being in contact with nature and discovering new places is one of the main challenges of this sport. The main challenge of this discipline is to have a strong and resistant vehicle that can take the driver out of a hurry in the middle of the mountain. Thus, enduro bikes, from the technical point of view, stand out because they are hard and are very well prepared to resist adverse external agents. On the other hand, since enduro bikes can be used to travel on public roads, must have the necessary regulations for this purpose and as far as circuits are concerned, the province of Mendoza has countless possibilities, and only 8 or 9 KM from the city, there are fascinating corners that allow you to experience the adrenaline offered by the pedemonte .
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Given that the characteristics of the recommended circuits are wild and wild, it is advisable to plan in advance the route to follow and review the predicted climatic conditions, especially if you plan to cross an elevated area where storms can be severe and in winter it can snow .
Always be accompanied by people with experience in the area.
Give notice to the authorities of the area about the probable route, the number of athletes and the estimated time of departure.
Carry the respective elements of personal security: helmet, gloves, knee pads, sunglasses and sunscreen, cell phone with battery, a GPS navigation device and if possible a satellite phone.
In general the circuits of the province are in semi-desert areas so it is difficult to find water and food during the journey so it is advisable to bring a backpack with water, snacks, shelter, tools (inflator, cameras, allen keys, etc.). ) and first aid kit.
In some paths you can reach a lot of speed, keep attentive to the traffic of other athletes.
Be responsible and mount your vehicle within the real limits of your capacity, do not take unnecessary risks. Remember that some of the marked trails can only be done by experts.
Many of the areas to transit are private properties so we must be extremely respectful. It is the responsibility of each athlete to take care of the place and take the precaution of bringing back all the waste that may be generated.
Remember that you are in a rural area and when entering assume the risks involved in an activity like this. The consequences of an accident will be your sole responsibility and a rescue could result in costs for you.