All climbing or all Downhill? Why not both? XC mountain biking will have you covered. This series is XCO style which means laps around a defined loop course. It means plenty of folks to chat with while you race and guaranteed good times for all racers.

This is our final race of the series, and will take place at the same time as the final DH race for the series too. We have done this a few times, and it makes for a great event. XC Race will take place during DH practice and finish in time for XC riders to watch the DH final run.

Series Rules

Compete in at least 2 races in the series to be eligible for series prizes.

Series points will be allocated as follows (1-90, 2-70, 3-60, 4-50, 5-40, 6-35, 7-30, 8-25, 9-21, 10-17, 11-14, 12-11, 11-9, 12-6. If you fail to finish, you will score 5 points).

XCO Style race – complete a given number of laps.

Position to count towards season points.


Series categories consist of:

Open Men/Women (18+)
Masters 1/2 Men/Women (age 30-39)
Masters 3/4 Men/Women (40-49)
Masters 5+ Men/Women (50+)
Sport Men/Women
Expert Men/Women
Single Speed Men/Women
U13, U15, U17, U19 Men/Women

A note on sport: This group is for riders who are pretty new to the sport and want to give racing a go, but don’t feel fit enough to be on the trail for over an hour.
A note on expert: This is a group for riders who feel they are faster than sport, but not fit enough to compete with their age group. It will generally be around the same duration as Masters 1/2.

Age is calculated based on your age at the end of 2018 as per MTBA guidelines.

Prior to the main race there is a junior ride for children who are 10 years old or younger. This is non-competitive with an emphasis on fun and group participation. It runs for approximately 15-20 minutes.


Chris Jenkins


10:00 Rego opens
10:30 Kids Ride – 20min
11:00 Race
12:45 Race Over


$15 adults ($12 online),
$10 juniors ($8 online) and
$5 for under 11

MTBA racing licence required:
Day Race Licence $25
Annual Licence junior(u19) $95 , senior $130.

Getting There