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WELCOME TO TSCEC ENDURO CHAMPIONSHIP SITE


Greetings TSCEC Riders,

I want to start off by apologizing to you all for not putting much TSCEC information out in a while. The TSCEC board has gone through a lot of changes and have been working through some things. With that said, I think you all know John Prosser has stepped down as Score Chair and we are searching for someone to take over that position. Also, Bobby Stuart will be stepping down as Secretary so that position will need to be filled as well. Kyle Corbell has graciously agreed to running for the Secretary position. I believe he is a great candidate.

I do want eveyone to know we will have a Banquet for the 2016 short season. I am still getting the scores finished and updated. The 2016 short season will be held in conjunction with the current 2017 season banquet. I will have more information on time and place in the near future. I would like to elect a Banquet Chair at the annual meeting to take charge of the banquet. If you are interested, or know of someone, please let me know.

Lastly, we do have a Yamaha Golf Cart up for raffle. We had it displayed at PEA and will have tickets available on the website very soon.

Keep a look out for more information on the banquet and golf cart raffle on the website and our Facebook page!


Thank You
Casey Williamson
TSCEC President

 

From the entire TSCEC Board of Directors, I would like to thank John Prosser for his 7 years of volunteer service on the TSCEC Board as a member and Score Chair. John has been the pioneer in introducing TSCEC to electronic scoring and has travelled a many miles across Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and more helping clubs with scoring races. He has decided it’s time for someone else to take the reins and continue what he has started. We deeply appreciate all his hard work and dedication over these past few years.

The TSCEC Board of Directors are developing a Score Team that will be led by a Score Chair. If you are, or know of someone, who is interested in building the Score Team and serving as the Score Chair for TSCEC, please contact me at 806-548-2090.

The 2017 planning meeting will be on August 5th, same location, same time. 

MCM Elegante, 4250 Ridgemont Drive, Abilene, TX

Thank you,
Casey Williamson
TSCEC President

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WELCOME TO TSCEC ENDURO CHAMPIONSHIP SITE


Greetings TSCEC Riders,

I want to start off by apologizing to you all for not putting much TSCEC information out in a while. The TSCEC board has gone through a lot of changes and have been working through some things. With that said, I think you all know John Prosser has stepped down as Score Chair and we are searching for someone to take over that position. Also, Bobby Stuart will be stepping down as Secretary so that position will need to be filled as well. Kyle Corbell has graciously agreed to running for the Secretary position. I believe he is a great candidate.

I do want eveyone to know we will have a Banquet for the 2016 short season. I am still getting the scores finished and updated. The 2016 short season will be held in conjunction with the current 2017 season banquet. I will have more information on time and place in the near future. I would like to elect a Banquet Chair at the annual meeting to take charge of the banquet. If you are interested, or know of someone, please let me know.

Lastly, we do have a Yamaha Golf Cart up for raffle. We had it displayed at PEA and will have tickets available on the website very soon.

Keep a look out for more information on the banquet and golf cart raffle on the website and our Facebook page!


Thank You
Casey Williamson
TSCEC President

 

From the entire TSCEC Board of Directors, I would like to thank John Prosser for his 7 years of volunteer service on the TSCEC Board as a member and Score Chair. John has been the pioneer in introducing TSCEC to electronic scoring and has travelled a many miles across Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and more helping clubs with scoring races. He has decided it’s time for someone else to take the reins and continue what he has started. We deeply appreciate all his hard work and dedication over these past few years.

The TSCEC Board of Directors are developing a Score Team that will be led by a Score Chair. If you are, or know of someone, who is interested in building the Score Team and serving as the Score Chair for TSCEC, please contact me at 806-548-2090.

The 2017 planning meeting will be on August 5th, same location, same time. 

MCM Elegante, 4250 Ridgemont Drive, Abilene, TX

Thank you,
Casey Williamson
TSCEC President

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Since 1973


Texas' premiere enduro racing series.

Since 1973


Texas' premiere enduro racing series.

An adventure

An enduro is the ultimate test of man and machine.  Riders follow a marked course for the first time on race day and experience a variety of terrain and special test length throughout the race.  If you're looking for a great way to spend a day racing with your machine in the unknown, look no further.

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No Timekeeping     

TSCEC events are run as restart format enduros. This means that riders don't need confusing time keeping equipment or roll charts.  Simply ride from test section to test section and enjoy ample free time before each test. In the rare occurrence that an event is a timekeeper, it will not pay TSCEC championship points.

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Unexpected Challenges

The great thing about enduro racing is the unexpected challenges that are waiting around each corner.  At TSCEC enduros there is no practice.  Riders race over a well marked course which helps develop trail reading skills that will make any racer a better rider.

Push yourself

Let's face it, enduros are hard.  Over time, you will find yourself progressing as a rider and racer from the challenges that will be experienced at TSCEC events.

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Race Together


Bring your riding buddies and race together!

Race Together


Bring your riding buddies and race together!

One of the coolest parts about enduro racing is that a group of four-to-five riders leave the starting line together every minute.  This is the same for the start of each special test.  This is a great chance for a group of riding buddies to ride with each other all day long no matter what their skill level may be.  

The family atmosphere that surrounds the Texas State Championship Enduro Circuit welcomes riders of all ages!  Unique mini-enduros that are held on the day before the big race give younger racers the opportunity to learn valuable bike handling skills while their parents can keep a close eye over the entire course.

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The Locations


TSCEC offers the most diverse racing terrain in Texas.

The Locations


TSCEC offers the most diverse racing terrain in Texas.

TSCEC is a family oriented off-road racing series that offers high quality competitive events for racers of all ages and skill levels.