Canfield Mountain, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
2 Day Enduro: July 7-8, 2018

The inaugural Coeur d’Alene Enduro is a two-day camp-style(camping not required) mountain bike race on Canfield Mountain, CDA’s local trail system. Scheduled for July 7/8 2018, CDA Enduro is the Inland Northwest’s newest addition to the popular enduro race scene, and it was inspired by the vibe and success of one of the greatest mountain bike events on the planet: Trans-Cascadia.

Canfield Mountain is easily accessible from the heart of Coeur d’Alene, but the trails themselves have the feel of a backcountry adventure. You’ll camp near the trailhead for two full days of earning your turns on rowdy singletrack (including one never-ridden, completely blind stage!), and be rewarded with a bonfire, beverages, a dinner for the racers, and a few more tricks up our sleeve to write home about.

We at Coeur d’Alene Enduro are committed to providing an exceptional race experience, and we feel that trail stewardship and sustainability is essential to our local mountain bike community. We have partnered with the U.S. Forest Service to build and maintain the trails that we’ll be racing on, and for the future use and enjoyment by everyone who values our outdoor recreation resources. We’ll be hosting several work parties to get the singletrack shred-ready this summer; stay tuned for the work party dates and come give us a hand!


Race Volunteer Inquiry

Race Sponsor Inquiry

Thank you Shimano for sponsoring CDA Enduro!
Shimano will be on site for mechanical support with the Modus Sports Group Van. They'll also be donating schwag and volunteer time at the race! Thank you Shimano and Modus Sports Group!

Host, Wade Jacklin
The Jacklin property will be the host venue for Coeur d'Alene Enduro! Wade and his wife Nicole have been great to work with during this venture, and we're looking forward to being able to host on their property. Be sure to look up Wade the next time you're looking for a real estate agent!

Physio One. Rehab & Multisport Performance
Get wrecked then get correct. The Physio One team understands how to get you back on your bike after an injury. Physio One will be on hand at the race to help you with all your pre and post ride needs.

Mountain West Bank

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Let's be smart about riding mountain bikes.

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MTB Helmets and Eyewear
Originating from Sun Valley, Idaho, Smith Optics was founded in 1965. Since entering the mountain bike market they've become an industry leader in helmet safety, eye protection, and clear vision.

Physician Owned, Superior Care

To understand and meet the surgical needs of the people of North Idaho by delivering high quality medical care in a cost effective manner. We strive to provide our staff with the best possible working environment and facilities in order to care for our patients safely and comfortably.

Made in Coeur d'Alene

Dialed MTB is a Coeur d'Alene company that makes mountain bike specific products. The fenders was the big start and now they make lubes, cleaners, and a few other useful tools for the trade. Owner Matt Robinson is known for trail advocacy and he's often times digging in the dirt of the trails that we all ride.

Win a carbon wheelset!

Reynolds has donated a carbon wheelset to give away at the race! Increase your chances of winning them by pre-regitering. Details on the registration page!

Dinner Is Served

Mountain Cafe will be catering our rider, volunteer, and sponsors dinner on Saturday evening after Day 1 of racing. You should be stoked! Thank you Mountain Cafe for all your support! Mountain Cafe, in Kellogg, Idaho is located at the base of the gondola at Silver Mountain.

The Official Beer Sponsor.

Here's a beer company that knows a thing or two about good beer and working with the community. We couldn't be happier than to have Radio Brewing Co. pour during the weekend of Coeur d'Alene Enduro.

The goods.

There are many sponsors for the race that have donated loads of schwag. Ride 100% has some rad gloves, riding apparel and many more usable giveaways. Serfas has sent us riding lights, pumps, tools, tire sealant, and much more. We'll continue to update the goods as we receive them!

Video Production!

Born in  our great city of Coeur d'Alene, Action Sports Media has become a nationally known video production company. Whether it's an actual action sports video production or a small business advertisement, these guys get the job done right! We're stoked to have them on board for CDA Enduro!

Breakfast & Lunch

Franklin's is providing us a special menu of breakfast and and to go lunch options that will be available for purchase! If you haven't eaten at Franklin's before, this is even more reason to do so. Thanks for supporting us Joe and the crew!

Handmade Soap here in CDA

When it comes to providing an exceptional work place, quality products, community involvement, and environmental awareness there aren't many places that do it better than Mountain Madness Soap Co. Go see them downtown CDA when you get in and receive 20% off your purchase!

Coeur d'Alene Enduro is Raced on Forest Service Trails

We are a multi-faceted agency that manages and protects 154 national forests and 20 grasslands in 43 states and Puerto Rico. The agency’s mission is to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of the nation’s forests and grasslands to meet the needs of present and future generations.

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