After the meeting riders started off on the first transition stage.
Incycle rider Jon Buckell hits the light just right on the opening stage of the weekend.
Mason Bond finished 3rd for the weekend.
Kyle Warner knew he had Nate Hills at his heels all weekend but he held it together.
Neal Strobel took the Expert win. Will he go pro for 2015? Everyone in his class hopes so.
Rebekah Rottenberg on the paver s-turn section of stage #3.
The race morning ritual of the riders meeting was held Saturday at Sandy Ridge.
Tristan Jones crossing it up.
Eric Meza gets bonus points for making something out of nothing
Kathy Pruitt continued her strong results racing in the Northwest.
Conrad Murdoch on teh last few rollers before the finish of day #1
Noah Van der Watt near the finish of stage #3.
The Incycle team has been a great supporter of the Oregon Enduro Series.
After practice Saturday afternoon a thick, low layer of clouds moved into the valley, making for an errie ride down.
Chris King fed everyone lunch on Saturday. It was yummy.
The Oregon Enduro brings out some big names in cycling.
Nathan Riddle was noticeably bummed out when he suffered a flat tire 2 stages after this shot was taken but he had a positive attitude going into Sunday's stages.
Peter Ostroski finished 4th in the NAET standings.
Incycle rider Kevin Smallman
The big NAET battle for points was a race mostly betwwen Nate Hills (pictured) and Kyle Warner.
Alex McGuinnis testing for Transition.
Marco Osborne suffered a flat on the uper part of stage #3 and there was still plenty of trail to go from here to the finish of the stage.
Kelend Hawks was test-riding Bell's new enduro helmet for the weekend.
Kyle Warner looking focused during competition Saturday.
Maybe it's the air, but I swear there's a bear smiling at me.
Neal Strobel on stage #3