Event Details

2023 Event Details – click tabs below

Full Course: Short Course:
U-17 U-21
U-21 Open 21-34
Open 21-34 Masters 35-44
Masters 35-44 Veteran 45+
Veteran 45+
U-21 Elite

Course Start

Both courses start at Loggers Sports Grounds. Riders must check in at course start at their designated start time before leaving to go on course – failure to do so will result in disqualification.

Parking is available at Loggers Sports, as well as in the areas / streets surrounding it.

Course Finish

Both courses finish at Squamish Valley Golf Club, which will host the apres meal & drink, as well as the podium awards and after party.

Space at Squamish Valley Golf Club is limited – Apres is ONLY open to participants and volunteers, with the exception of one parent for riders under the age of 19. Friends, family, and spectators are welcome to join us beginning at 6:30pm for podium awards and the after party.

No parking is available at the finish – you must ride from home/accomodation, or from your car parked at the start area. It is a short 3km ride on a paved bike path between the start and finish. Bike valet will be available for participants and volunteers.

Full Course Practice: Begins Thursday, May 4th @ 7 pm

Athlete registration and plate pickup:

*must bring ID to plate pickup

  • Saturday 3:30 pm – 6 pm at Tantalus Bike Shop
  • or Sunday beginning at 7:30 am
  • No day of registration
  • Plates contain Spruce Race Timing timing chips.
  • Race plates cannot be cut or altered, and must be affixed to handlebars without being folded or bent. Failing to follow these instructions may result in loss of stage time.

Rider Briefing: Online – details to be sent to participants

Race day: Sunday, May 7th, 2023

Full Course – 45 Second Intervals

*** you must sign in at official race start before going on course, failing to do so will result in disqualification.

Full Course Category Start Time
Open Men (21-34) 8:00 AM
U-21 Open Men 9:00 AM
Masters Men (35-44) 9:25 AM
Veteran Men (45+) 9:55 AM
U-17 Men 10:15 AM
All Women’s Categories (excluding Pro) 10:30 AM
Race Start Pause 30 Minutes
Elite U-21 11:15 AM
Pro Women 11:25 AM
Pro Men 11:35 AM

Short Course – 45 Second Intervals

*** you must sign in at official race start before going on course, failing to do so will result in disqualification.

Short Course Category Start Time
Open Men (21-34) 9:00 AM
Masters Men (35-44) 10:10 AM
Veteran Men (45+) 11:10 AM
All Women’s Categories 11:40 AM
U-21 Men 12:15 PM

Participants driving are encouraged to carpool. People staying/living in town are encouraged to ride from home.

Parking is available at course start in the Loggers Sports Grounds lot, on the west side of Loggers Lane. Additional parking will be available at the slo-pitch fields (adjacent to Loggers Sports Grounds). Parking attendants will direct parking at these locations. You can leave your vehicle in lots over night, but you must remove on Monday. No Camping in Lots.

Additional parking is available on nearby streets.

  • Centennial Way. If you park on the shoulder on Centennial Way ensure your tires are not on pavement – you will be towed!
  • Finch Drive (east of Loggers Lane)
  • In Ravenswood Neighbourhood (accessed from Bluejay Way).

NO PARKING is available at Squamish Valley Golf Club for race finish or apres – pedal access only. Participants and volunteers must leave their car at race start or ride from your home / accomodation. It is a quick 3km ride from Loggers Sports Grounds (course start) to Squamish Valley Golf Club (course finish).

Secure bike valet is included in your entry and will be operated by OurSquamish at the finish area for race participants and volunteers only.

Family and friends arriving after 6:00pm for podium awards and after party must also arrive by bike. You can bring your bike into the golf club grounds from the rear entrance on the river dyke path, but you cannot use the bike valet. We encourage you to bring a lock.


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  • Course is not closed for practice – Always respect other trail users
  • All riders must leave in their designated start wave (for special exceptions, see registration table on race day)
  • All riders must follow the course in its entirety
  • Riders will leave each start gate in 45 second intervals
  • Do not cut the course – ride between the tape. In sections with no tape, stay on the trail
  • Stage restarts strictly prohibited.
  • If you come across an injured rider you must call for verbal response. You must stop to assist if no verbal response is given. You will be allowed a stage restart in this instance. Follow emergency protocol on back of your race plate.
  • Riders deemed unfit to continue by an official event medic must relinquish their race plate for pickup at the race finish area.
  • If caught by another rider within a stage, riders must yield IMMEDIATELY to the faster, on-coming rider.
  • Youth riders accompanied by a coach or parent on course must maintain pace of 45 second interval start times. No additional time given.
  • All riders must obey by the rules of the road while on roadways
  • All riders must follow start marshal, finish marshal, and course marshal direction at all times
  • All riders must wear their helmet with chin strap attached at all times. Full face helmets are not mandatory, but are strongly suggested
  • Shuttling is strictly prohibited
  • E-bikes (even with battery removed) are prohibited
  • Do not litter
  • Do not disturb wildlife or any vegetation outside of the official course
  • Failure to conform with any of the above rules will result in rider disqualification

Timing is provided by Spruce Race Timing. Your timing chips are on the back of your number plate.  You do not need to return your number plate or your timing chips.

It is imperative that you mount your number plate on your handlebar using zip ties. It must hang vertically and not be bent, folded, cut, or obstructed in any way. See image below for a good example of what your plate should look like.

Failing to do follow the above instructions may result in missed/erroneous timing.

There is a timing device at all stage starts and finishes, which will be monitored by volunteers. You do not need to interact with the timing devices (swipe, tap, etc.). If your plate is read by a timing device before you leave it’s OK. Timing devices capture your start time when you leave the start line (not when you arrive), and your finish time when you arrive at the finish line. Data is sent via cellular connection to populate live results. We will withhold stage results on one stage in each course to build some podium excitement.

  • All racers must officially finish their day at Squamish Valley Golf Club. Upon arrival riders and volunteers will be greeted with a well deserved meal, and a beer courtesy of A-FRAME Brewing (other cold beverages available for those under age 19).
  • Apres opens at 1:00 pm
  • After your complimentary beverage, $1 from all beer purchases will be donated to support Squamish Search and Rescue.
  • You must arrive for your apres meal/drink before your cut off time – see below for details.
  • SPACE IS LIMITED – the apres is for racers and volunteers only, with the exception of one parent for riders under the age of 19. There will be enough covered seating for all participants and volunteers.
  • Family, friends, and spectators are welcome to join us beginning at 6:00pm for podium awards and the after party.
  • Meal is provided for racers and volunteers only. There is NOT an option for family and friends to purchase food from the golf club.
  • Island Oasis beverage trailer will be on site with their delicious food and drink available for purchase.
  • After party begins immediately following podium awards and goes until late.
  • A-FRAME tap take-over will be in effect
  • Don’t miss The Giro Hammerschlagen Showdown at the Apres!
Full Course
Meal Cut-Off Time
Open Men (full course) 3:00 PM
U-21 Men (full course) 4:00 PM
Masters Men (full course) 4:30 PM
Veteran Men (full course) 5:00 PM
U-17 Men (full course) 5:30 PM
All Women (full course) 5:45 PM
Pro Women, Men & Elite U21 6:30 PM


Short Course
Meal Cut-Off Time
Open Men (short course) 2:00 PM
Masters Men (short course) 3:00 PM
Veteran Men (short course) 4:00 PM
All Women (short course) 4:30 PM
U-21 Men (short course) 5:15 PM


Emergency info is located on the back of your race plate. Riders must watch the pre-recorded race briefing that you will receive in advance of race day.

In the event of injury or emergency:

Call medical team lead Matt Smith 236-880-2599

If stable – move to stage finish, notify start/finish marshal

If critical/life threatening emergency 

call 911 after calling medical team lead

Stay with injured rider! 



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Squamish General Hospital. 38140 Behrner Dr, Squamish, BC

Squamish Enduro does not provide (i.e. not included with your entry) personal insurance coverage. Participants are responsible to obtain this individually.

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Race Start