The Welsh 2 Day Enduro is run under the ACU Enduro 2019 Standing Regulations,

a copy of which can be ​read by following the link below and the Supplementary Regulations of the event


The event start is based in Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 5HU


Please note that it is a condition of entry that you subscribe to the refueling service as any unauthorised refuelling whether inside or outside of the service areas will result in exclusion, as stated in the Supplementary Regulations.  When completing the form the delivery address is for invoice purposes and all fuel will be delivered to sites designated by the organisers.  Please ensure you have an empty machine to present at technical inspection as you will have your first fuel service as part of signing on.

Any rider or passenger from another FMN MUST produce a licence issued by their FMN together
with start permission and proof of personal accident Insurance or present a FIM International One Event Licence

This can be obtained by contacting your FMN and quoting the relevant permit number




The appointed official fuel supplier is Vital Equipment who will supply a quality 98 octane fuel to all competitors. Vital Equipment will be responsible for the dispensing of the fuel directly into competitor’s fuel tanks from their metered electronic fuel pumps.

Details regarding the fuel specification can be obtained by contacting Vital Equipment on 01981 241169 or 01981 250326 , or by email:


PLEASE NOTE: USE OF THIS FACILITY IS A CONDITION OF ENTRY TO THE EVENT. Any unauthorised refuelling whether inside or outside of the service areas will result in exclusion.

Event Cancelled


Access, the Welsh 2 Day Enduro relies on a variety of landowners to provide the majority of the route. Many years ago, we were fortunate to be able to use rights of way, however, legislation changes and land pressures have meant that we have very little going which could be ridden other than during the event.  We rely on the goodwill of landowners and the support of Natural Resources Wales (the old Forestry Commission) so we will take firm action against any person found abusing this access to private land.

The nature of the event means that people are drawn back year after year, some from far-flung parts of the world.  We value this support and ask for your co-operation in ensuring the future of our sport.  We would encourage you to support your friends, colleagues and to take an active part in the event, but to do so responsibly.


  • Take notice of warning signs and safety marshals

  • Ensure that when refuelling you have the proper coverage of fire extinguishers

  • Have consideration of others – both residents and competitors

  • Have a great, safe time and come back next year!


  • Park so as to block possible ambulance routes or resident access – especially in narrow lanes

  • Leave valuables unattended – Dyfed Powys Police are great supporters of the event, don’t make their jobs harder!

  • Drive carelessly between fuelling points or special tests

  • Leave litter or old bikes parts – it spoils the image of the event