East Coast Titles 2017
Race Details:

Wollongong Mountain Bike Club will once again be hosting the always popular East Coast Titles on the weekend of the 28th-29th October 2017. This will be a 2 day event with All Mountain racing and Downhill practice on the Saturday. Downhill and Cross Country racing on the Sunday. Camping will be available on the Saturday night - details to follow.

Registration is now open.

The event will be held on the 29th-30th October 2017.
This year we will be running Cross Country, All Mountain and Downhill as part of the 2 day event.
We will be holdijavascript:;ng a whip off competition on the Saturday night.

Pre-registration ticket sales close 26/10/17 at noon.

Entries for both Downhill and All Mountain will be limited to 130 riders.
This event should sell out so don't leave it to the last minute to enter.
There will only be limited tickets available on the weekend if the pre-entry numbers are not reached.
Please check all ticket options before entering.

Program:
Saturday am: All Mountain and DH practice
Saturday pm: All Mountain racing and DH practice
Saturday night: Whip off competition
Sunday am: XC racing and DH practice
Sunday pm: DH racing
Discount for multiple event entry.

Costs:
DH: $75.00
All Mountain: $55.00
XC: $20.00
All Mountain +XC $65.00
All Mountain + DH + XC: $ 110.00 ( Free entry to XC for those who enter DH + All Mountain)
Whip Off: Free

Categories:
Categories may be changed depending on numbers in each category.
If you are entering an age category you must be under the category age at the 31/12/17.
Eg. U15 you must be 14yo or under at the 31/12/17, U17 you must be 16yo or under at the 31/12/17, U19 you must be 18yo or under at 31/12/16.
Junior girls you must be 18 or younger at the 31/12/17.
We may split junior girls depending on numbers.
To register click on the link below:
http://ect2017.eventzilla.net or the box at the bottom of the post.
You MUST be a member of MTBA or have a MTBA day licence to compete.
If you are not a member of the MTBA and require a day licence indicate on the entry form and you will be required to fill out the day licence paper work on the weekend.
Alternatively you can join the MTBA.
Go to:
https://sites.google.com/site/wmbc99/join-club

Details on membership can be found at MTB Australia’s website –www.mtba.asn.au/membership
Participants will have to present their MTBA membership number at the registration booth along with their E-ticket.
All Participants MUST sign the waiver If you are under 18 it must be signed by a legal guardian. These documents are available on the day at the registration booth.

For those racing DH you must have a full face helmet and covered elbows. Body protection is recommended.
For All Mountain you can use an XC style helmet or full face.
Free camping is available over the road by the river for those that want to camp. There will be toilets supplied but no showers.

Looking forward to a great weekend.

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