Battle of the Goats Extreme Enduro

(Facility Closed to Non-Racers)

The Battle of the Goats race for 2022 has been cancelled. 


Battle of the GoatsExtreme Enduro

Hosted by Brushy Mountain Motor Sports Park

 Spectator/Gate Fee is $10 a head. Anyone 6 years of age or younger will be free.


2019 Event Schedule

  • ALL times are EASTERN standard time.
  • No Riding Motorcycles on course – Course may be walked or ridden on a pedal bike to preview

FRIDAY, August 2rd, 2019

9:00 A.M. Gates open

4:00-6:30 P.M. Rider CHECK IN/ SIGN UP

SATURDAY, August 3rd, 2019

7:00 A.M. Gates open

7:00- 9:00 A.M. Rider CHECK IN/ SIGN UP

9:15 A.M. Rider Meeting (at building)

STARTING ORDER:   The starting order is based off of the American Hard Enduro points. If you do not have any points than it is determined by when you signed up, first come first serve. Pro riders will be lined up first, then A then B etc.

10:01 A.M. Race Start (5 riders per row, 1 row starts every 60 seconds)  • A group will start every 60 seconds (DEAD ENGINE START!).

 There is a 6 hour time limit for this race. Pro riders will have to complete 2 laps in order to be considered a finisher. Amateur riders will only have to do 1 lap. When the first place pro rider takes the checkered flag every rider on the course has till the 6 hour mark to finish. 

4:45 P.M. Award ceremony

SUNDAY, August 4th, 2018

The gate will be open for participants to leave the facility. There will be no riding on Sunday.

For more information about the 2019 Battle of the Goats – Extreme Enduro, please contact Tyler Mull

  • For General information contact: Tyler Mull 828-635-7766
  • For Sponsorship information contact: Tyler Mull 828-635-7766

Tyler Mull   [email protected]

Battle of the GoatsExtreme Enduro

Hosted by Brushy Mountain Motor Sports Park


–  Racers may help other racers –


The Race: 

This is an Extreme Enduro with the emphasis on testing a rider’s skills and endurance. The race has a 6 hour time limit and is intended to be 2 laps for pro, A and B riders and 1 laps for amateur riders. Skill level is mid-level intermediate trials; Terrain is difficult in some areas. The amateur class and the pro class will be racing at the same time but there will be designated pro lines that will be much harder. If you signed up for the pro, A or B class then you will have to go up the pro lines that are designated for pros. If you cannot make it up the designated line in your class then your race is over.

Start Position

The starting position is determined on the American Hard Enduro Series points. If you have not raced any of the series then you will started by the order in which you registered for the race. The pro racers will be on the front  rows followed by the A, B, C and womans class.



Top 10 Finishers in the Pro class will receive a Trophy.

A cash payout of $9,600 will be divided between the top 10 pro finishers.

 !st- $3,000

2nd- $1,800

3rd- $1,300

4th-10th  $500 to the top 4-10 overall riders   

 Concessions        will    be       available    on      Saturday!