Jared Gerstein exits a berm on during a fast section on stage four of the Mad River Enduro on the way to finishing second in the Expert 40-49 on September 7. | Photo by Thomas Lal

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2nd Annual Mad River Enduro hosts 111 riders in Blue Lake

On Saturday, the hills south of Blue Lake were filled with the sound of bicycles shooting down the trails. The 2nd annual Mad River Enduro hosted 111 riders who traveled through the five stages, twisting pathways created by Redwood Coast Mountain Bike Association. Riders took to the course at 9 in the morning and rode for 7 hours before retiring to the Mad River Taproom for drinks and the podium ceremony.

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