Giant 3PLUS3
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2017 Giant 3PLUS3 – A Mountain Bikers Christmas in July
July 8-9, 2017
Hidden Vale Adventure Park
2 courses both operating over the 2 days – One for the Competitors (Racers) and the other for the Completer’s (Social). Next day they are switched offering new challenges and extra fun factor Podium prizes/medals for those on the Racing course and spot prizes handed out through-out the day for those riding the Social course - enjoying a safe and friendly track environment – perfect for beginners and those in it for fun! Both courses will be timed with Pit-lane and the timing-line being a common area.
The 3PLUS3 was enjoyed by 570+ riders in July 2016, we expect this number to grow for 2017 as this popular race format makes a return.
Staged at the ‘Epic’ Hidden Vale Adventure Park, 8-9 July, the 3PLUS3 consists of 2, 3hr races over 2 days.
Before the main race each day, watch the kids enjoy themselves racing their new friends.
The courses, including the kids, change on Sunday for a new challenge.
All 4 courses will be made up of fun single track with minimal climbing making them suitable for all skill levels.
Included is a Christmas celebration, making it a true family event that will cater to all MTB enthusiasts and their families.
There will be *Secret Santa, Prizes for the best Christmas costume (both on and off the track), Kids Christmas movies and a massive Christmas feast and celebration Saturday night.

*Please bring a wrapped MTB related gift to registration (value $10-15) - you'll be given a wristband to indicate you're participating. Secret Santa will be given out at the Christmas feast Smile

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    6.3 miles
    Distance
    581 ft
    Climb
    -577 ft
    Descent
    682 ft
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