Elite Sprint Cup Championships 2017
Race Details:

We want to find the fastest female and the fastest male elite rider in a tough, rough and hard battle. - Kicking it off with a Championship event at Stromlo Forest Park on 27 August, the day after our SHIMANO MTB Grand Prix Series Finale

This is to create a stage for you elite riders to promote yourself and give your sponsors exposure - and earn some prize money too. We are handing out prize money from the entry fee pool and as the event grows hope to be offering some good rewards too.

It's the perfect opportunity to create content for your blogs and social media sites and we will be promoting and publicising these Cup-events across Australian media outlets as well.

The races will be staged in combination with existing Rocky Trail events - the first one after the SHIMANO MTB Grand Prix Series finale, which gives the elite level riders maximum exposure to a cycling-loving crowd the day before the big Cup-race.

Come and set up and ride in teams in a competitive yet fun XC race and most importantly, show yourself and display your sponsors on a powerful promotional platform. The Rocky Trail racers and supporters can then watch the best in the country - you - battle it out in a spectator-friendly MTB XC race the next day.

Anyone can enter and compete against the best!

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