Merida 24hr, 4hr and Kids 24min
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ABOUT THE MERIDA HV24HR - 4HR & Kids 24MIN
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When: Saturday, 08 April – Sunday, 9 April 2017
Where: Spicers Hidden Vale – Hidden Vale Adventure Park (HVAP)
What: MERIDA Hidden Vale 24HR
Race Options: 24HR – 4HR – 24MIN (KIDS).
The ‘MERIDA Hidden Vale 24HR’ is a Solo, Team Relay and Kids mountain biking event starting at 12pm Saturday and finishing at 12pm Sunday. Riders compete for medals, prizes and bragging rights. It’s a weekend filled with camaraderie, Easter 2.0 activities and fun that you’ll never forget
Spectators are welcome, so if you want to come and get involved in the atmosphere and excitement of the MERIDA HV24HR weekend, feel free to either utilise our free day parking area, or book yourself a camp site and stay the night to cheer on the riders all the way through to lunch time!
Anyone who can ride a bike can do this!
Decide as a team how many laps each person rides – do 1 or a whole bunch. If 24 hours is a little intimidating but you still want to be apart of the action or looking to introduce someone new to the sport we have a 4hr event that could suit you!? Take it on Solo or as a Team.
So grab your leftover Easter eggs, bike, camp gear, friends, family, and whatever else that will keep you going for 24 hours and come on out. There will be plenty of fun activities to keep the kids entertained including their very own 24min race, jumping castle and they may even catch a glimpse of the Easter Bunny getting ready for 2017 off in the stunning surrounds of the Hidden Vale property! Lots of giveaways and a prize for best Easter themed pit lane marquee set up and on-course costume. This is the perfect setting to enjoy time with friends and family camping – whether you are an avid Mountain Biker, first time rider, or you just want to bring the kids out for a weekend of fun!
Hidden Vale Adventure Park
Spicers Hidden Vale
0414 343 579
617 Mt Mort Rd
Grandchester, QLD 4340

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    9.9 miles
    Distance
    863 ft
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    -855 ft
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    679 ft
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