Today’s queen day of the Trans BC Enduro brought on 6 diverse stages in and around Rossland BC. The day started with a shuttle up to Dewdney for the longest stage of the race thus far.

Long transfers and even longer stages including the Old Flume trail had riders hooting and hollering and shaking out their arms well before the final two stages on Red Mountain.


A mid day shuttle in the Gypsy Van saved riders from a 20k pavement pedal between stages 4 and 5.

Kona Riders Barry Wicks and Kris Snedfon have taken to riding each stage as a 2 man train, attempting inside passes and sneaky lines on each other the entire time. Wicks once again eked out a slim advantage over Sneddon by the end of the final stage, and both riders are beginning to find their sustainable Enduro pace as the week progresses.


Got pork? More bacon for lunch.

As the race heads up the Columbia River to Nelson, a wet front moves in, setting up what could become very memorable and exciting stages.


Kris making good recovery beverage choices