Race day is upon us and everyone is getting ready to start the 2019 Nissan Trailseeker Series at Legends MX. We’ve introduced a few new features to the Series like the e-bike category, beer garden, online merchandise shop and new medals that doubles up as a fridge magnet.
Bring the entire family for a fun day outside and mountain biking on some of Gauteng’s most beautiful trails. Legends MX is only a 20-minute drive from Pretoria-East with loads to offer both the spectator and the riders.
Pro riders can expect to see world-class routes and water stations throughout the race, whilst earning grand prize money after a tough day out.
New sponsors to look out for on the routes are Devil’s Peak and Tylon Tough Tools, they will be joining our already amazing line-up of sponsors like Nissan, Bavaria, Specialized, Big Box, King Price, Wahoo, Monster and many more.
Registration takes place on Friday, 10 May 2019 from 10:00 – 17:00 at one of the following venues:
- Lynnwood Cyclery – Click here for directions
- Centurion Cyclery – Click here for directions
- Melrose Arche Concept Store – Click here for directions
Registration also takes place on race day from 06:00am
Online entries close at midnight on Thursday, 09 May 2019. Late entry fees will apply from Friday at registration. Please note you are not eligible to compete for prize money with a late entry and you’ll be seeded in the last batch of your distance. Late entries on the Saturday can follow this link to enter: http://bit.ly/TSLEN
You can download the race booklet here, with all the details about the route, elevation profiles and perks of a Nissan Trailseeker Series event.
If you’re not sure what time you’re starting, you can view the batch times on www.saseeding.com. Please note from 2019 the Nissan Trailseeker Series’ batching and seeding will be strict. Do not skip your batch or change without consulting a race official at registration, your timing will automatically change to DQ if you are not in the correct batch.
SASeeding Timing Boards
If you have ordered a new SAS timing board, please collect your new board at registration on Friday or on race day. Please allow enough time before your start, should you register on race day. If you still have an old timing board, there will be a Scan & Go section for you to skip the registration queue.