Strathpuffer

Entries to the 2015 Strathpuffer 24 open at 22:00 GMT on Wednesday the 5th of November, 2014

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Welcome to the Strathpuffer website


 

 A wee bit of history

The Strathpuffer started in 2005 - it was meant to be a one off local event but somehow nine years later we have a national event with a legendary status

Over the years we have had every possible type of weather conditions - gales that blew away our marquee, iced roads, 2ft of snow the week before the event, temperatures down to minus 10 degrees, rain, hail and even sunshine . . . . you get the picture but then if we insist on staging a 24 hour event in the Highlands of Scotland in the middle of winter what do we expect?

We now attract competitors from all over the world - probably because we were included in the US Bike magazines top 10 toughest Mountain Bike events on the planet - and we are widely recognised as the event every decent mountain biker needs on his palmares.

THE EVENT

The Strathpuffer follows the traditional 24 hour mtb format with laps of a circa 11km course

We start at 10.00 am on Saturday morning and competitors must start their last lap by 10.00 am on Sunday morning and complete it by 11.00 am

The event is open to solos, pairs and teams of four

To keep you safe and smiling we have 2 safety points on the course manned by our fantastic marshals without whom the events would not be possible

The event is timed by our friends from SportIDENT - bombproof accuracy and reliability.

To keep you smiling we have music playing throughout the event in the transition area - sometimes live, sometimes just good tunes

We didn't think we'd ordered a collapsible marquee. Ah, Puffer '08, that was 'interesting'.