To be held Saturday 2 September 2017.

Race Distances

Wild 60 is a 58km ride (must be 16yo +)

Wild 30 is a 30km ride (must be 12yo+)

Wild Shorty is a 13.5km ride (must be 8yo +) - designed for non-serious riders, novices and family groups.

Note on Ages: We have set the ages to reflect the standard of ability to safely participate in the event. If your child is experienced then we can give special consideration. Please contact us on admin@hevents.com.au to seek permission to enter children under the age category. Please note a small amount of traffic will be present on some sections of the course.

Entry Fees

Wild 60

Member of MTBA - $90 - early bird subtract $20

Non Member of MTBA - $95 - early bird subtract $20

Wild 30

Member of MTBA - Adult $50 - Child $40 - early bird subtract $10

Non Member of MTBA - Adult $55 - Child $45 - early bird subtract $10

Wild 13.5

Member of MTBA - Adult $35 - Child $30 - early bird subtract $10

Non Member of MTBA - Adult $40 - Child $35 - early bird subtract $10


Wild 13.5 - Family $140 (Max 4) - early bird subtract $30

Note Early bird entries until 30 June

All entries before 20 Aug received a free souvenir T Shirt

Late Entries after 20 Aug pay an additional $10

Entries on race day pay an additional $10

Start Times

Wild 60 starts 8.30am

Wild 30 starts 9.15am

Wild Shorty starts 9.30am

FIT ROCK Acoustic concert starts 11am (can you Rock, if so we have a stage, PA and some musos to help).

Where

Race compound will be in the grounds of the Wollombi Tavern off Great North Road, Wollombi, Hunter Valley, NSW. About 20min from Cessnock and about 90min from Sydney.

Race Kit Collection

At the Race Compound, behind Wollombi Tavern, Wollombi off Great North Rd on Race Day 2 Sept from 7.00 - 9.30am. You must collect your registration kit 45min before your race start.

Course info General

The race compound and registration area will be in the grounds of the Wollombi Tavern. From there riders will marshal for their starts and head out the back gate and onto the Yango Creek Rd. All courses start and end here, with the finish being a right hand turn into the grounds of the Tavern to the finish arch. The Wild Shorty course is out and back and the Wild 30 & 58 are both looped courses . Please note there are no road closures on the main tracks and normal road rules apply when using the roadways. We do not expect much traffic and a traffic management plan will be in place. Please be aware the course has some very steep climbs and decents. The surface is mostly fire trails and gravel roads which have various degrees of condition, from 'rough as guts' to quite smooth. Course maps are on Event Races pages above.

What do you get for your entry fee?

  1. Easy access to event info
  2. Easy online entry system. You will be charged a processing fee by Active Network.
  3. Direct contact to the Event Director for Course event info
  4. A souvenir t Shirt (if entered by 20 Aug)
  5. A souvenir Bike number
  6. Electronic timing and results of your ride
  7. Race drink stations where required
  8. Traffic Management planning for the event
  9. A professionally run event compound and atmosphere
  10. Public Liability Insurance held by the organiser
  11. Awards ceremony with spot category winner prizes and random draws including a Merida Bike.

Aid/Drink Stations

There will be 2 opportunities to refill your water. This will be at 12km on both 30 and 60km courses and at approximately the 30km mark on the 60km ride. We suggest you start with two full biddons.

Course Marshals and Emergency Planning

The event is being assisted by Laguna Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade and CREST. There will be marshals at key intersections. If you are having difficulty or identify other competitors with problems, please let these marshals know and we will deploy the appropriate medical or logistical support. A sweep vehicle will collect any withdrawals and respond to any medical emergencies.

Prizes

Medals will be awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd places in each category. This will be a combination of medals and local produce. There are plenty of great wineries and local produce business in Wollombi so you won’t be disappointed.

Insurance

H Events hold a sports public liability cover for this event. This does not cover you for personal injury. You are responsible for your own personal accident cover.

Non Members of Mountain Bike Australia will need to pay for a one day licence to be covered by their policy. This is included in the Non member fee.

Accommodation

Wollombi has some very nice but very limited number of B & B and cottage accommodation. Have a look at Wollombi Valley web page www.visitwollombi.com.au

Camping

Free short term camping is allowed in the grounds of the Wollombi Tavern. There are toilets but no showers. It is very close to the pub and race compound, and a great spot to hang out the night before and after the race. Contact the pub to book some space on 4998 3261.

NO BYO while the Tavern is open. Food and drinks available 7 days and nights. Please leave the area tidy. Dogs allowed on a lead.

Parking

Parking will be available on the southern side of the Tavern or along Great North Rd on the north side of Yango Creek Rd. Please DO NOT park Yango Creek Rd.

Post Race Entertainment

We will be continuing our new concept called FitROCK. We know that lots of people who enjoy keeping their heart healthy also enjoy keeping their souls healthy with a good dose of MUSIC. So if you can knock out a tune then why not bring your instrument or voice along. We will be offering competitors a chance to race and then rock. (PS we don’t care if it’s rock or folk). We will be having a house band and you are welcome to come and jam the afternoon away.

Results

Will be available live on race day

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