The Post Enduro Association, host club for the Caprock Canyon Enduro is very excited to announce huge and exciting changes for the March 7-8, 2015 XCD, Mini and Enduro races.

We are moving down the road to Turkey TX, many riders know Turkey as one of the original Grand Prix race locations for West Texas, lots of great history and memories. The PEA has secured 9000 additional acres of new and beautiful land to ride. This allows us to bring a very fresh look and new set of trails for all the races. The property is absolutely amazing and we know you're going to get more than your money's worth on the ride. The move also allows the race to start much closer to the actual trail, no 13+ mile county road tours! The additional acreage brings the Post Enduro lease to 23,000 acres, a land mass larger than Manhattan New York. Go big or go home!

This years Saturday XCD race, formerly the GrandPrix race, will be a true town race. Starting Saturday, March 7 on Main Street, Turkey Texas and racing through the town, the alleys, then finding yourself in a wooded area much like east Texas, we are sure you will have a fun factor beyond belief. We are also providing a 1 mile mini enduro for the kids!

Turkey is also bringing it's heritage, history and hospitality to you as well, Come join us Saturday evening for a good old BBQ feast, $10 per plate and a free concert in the park featuring a fantastic artist, Zac Wilkerson. Zac is described as a Texas Soul Band and will bring the groove, Turkey is the home of Texas Swing and the famous Bob Wills,they really know how to celebrate life.

We are very grateful to be on the TSCEC and RMEC schedule and have worked very hard to ensure you see something very different in the race this year. Our focus and commitment is to new trails, new directions and new experiences. We cannot say enough about the city of Turkey and the efforts being made to make this a destination race. Find more information in all the normal places,, and contact the city manager at 806-423-1033 for camping reservations.

Remember, Respect the Gift, Ride Safe and Keep the Throttle Pinned, Phillip Bainum, President of the PEA

Edited by tx2163 (02/04/15 04:59 PM)