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Chain Reaction Cycles continues to sponsor WAGES in 2017 

Wednesday, January 18th, 2017 8:57am
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Chain Reaction Cycles are proud to sponsor the Western Australia Gravity Enduro for its fourth year.

Taking place across six stages over five months, WAGES is the premier Enduro series in Australia, attracting over a hundred and fifty riders per round.

The Rounds

  • Round 1 – Kalamunda, Mt. Gunjin, 25 Feb
  • Round 2 – Pemberton, 2 April
  • Round 3 –Golden Grove Orchard, 4-5 June
  • Round 4 –Linga Longa Bike Park, Balingup 10-11 June
  • Round 5 –The Pines Margaret River, 23 July
  • Round 6 –The Goat Farm Mountain Bike Park, 27 August

We look forward to seeing you out on the trails and at the finish lines.

This video gives you a flavour of what WA Gravity Enduro 2017 is all about:

Steve Janiec, race director said “Chain Reaction Cycles have believed in WA Gravity Enduro since day 1 and 4 years later, we are very excited and proud to work with them again in 2017.

WA Gravity Enduro have their biggest series yet, hosting a 6 race series including a National Gravity Enduro Series round, plus the inaugural State Gravity Enduro Championships.

The Series is spread across many unique locations in the South-West of Western Australia with each place attracting local competitors aiming to claim honours at their local trail. Each place offers a mix of trail types, elevation and stage lengths giving competitors a diverse racing experience which is what we aim to achieve at every event.”

Take a look at some of the highlights from 2016:

Grant Norris, Global Head of Events said: “Continuing to support this brilliant Series that is at the heart of Gravity Mountain Biking in Western Australia is a real privilege for Chain Reaction Cycles.

Watching the growth over the last three years has been a real highlight of our events calendar and we are happy to support such good events that allow the grass roots of cycling to thrive.”

 

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