Does that mean 1 time out of 10 the front end dives in and fires you straight over the bars? If you're lucky you clear the bars with your knees, if not you end up with lovely bruises.as for bogs i usualy get the front up a couple of inches and hit them hard to skim over, works 9 times outa 10. just try and get a dry line.
nah nothing so severe usualy end up digging a big hole with the back end for the next guy to hit.Does that mean 1 time out of 10 the front end dives in and fires you straight over the bars? If you're lucky you clear the bars with your knees, if not you end up with lovely bruises.
If it is a H&H and not a full on Enduro then just remember that if you do get completely knackered and can't carry on, just stop in the pits and then wait until the end to take the chequered flag. It's much better to finish than to DNF.
In an enduro you have a set number of laps/stages to complete and set time for each lap/stage. A H&H you have a set time for the race and you complete as many laps as you can in that time. That's a pretty simple description.What is the difference between and enduro and H&H?
im no 46 iron man what no are you,camel vales dunmere is a proper enduro,near bodmin next weekend.