The Mount Taylor Gravity Enduro is back for 2017 and it’s going to BIGGER and Better than ever before
Now with two days of riding, we will run shuttles as a social/practice day on Saturday the 27th May and shuttles on Sunday morning followed by racing. On top of this we are giving riders the option to do just the shuttles on Saturday for those who want to smash out runs on the flow trail but aren’t interested in racing!
So, what’s the trail like? Well the Mount Taylor flow trail is 4.7km of free flowing trail, featuring dozens of jumps, dips and bermed corners, the trail drops quickly through tall open eucalypt forest and scrubby granite boulder terrain. The track offers easy but technical features with loads of trail features along the way, meeting up with the lower section of the DH track.
With a free BBQ for lunch each day for contestants, awesome spectating and a rad trail to ride, why not come down for the weekend? The event Village in Boys camp offers plenty of fire pits and overnight camping facilities with plenty of accommodation available in Bairnsdale just down the road!
So, if you want to have rad weekend of shuttles on the flow trail, or test your limits to see how fast you can go, make sure you make it to this event!
Will you 'flow like a pro' and become the Mt Taylor Gravity Enduro Champion? Register now!
*Due to the nature of this event, it is required that you wear a Full-face helmet. *You will be required to do one practice run before the race either on Saturday or Sunday morning.
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