UNE 12 Hours in the Piney 2017
Race Details:

The UNE 12 Hours In The Piney is a multi-lap race held on a ~13 km track in the Armidale State Forest (Piney). Race briefing will be at 9:30am and must be attended by all participants. The race will commence at 10:00am. The last lap must be started prior to the 12 hour mark.

Get a team together, or go solo

More berms, more jumps, more fun stuff. More B lines, a few C lines to make it even more like a magic carpet ride.

Live results, streamed to the web. Sit back track side and follow all the lap times.

Real Coffee and Real Food at Race HQ, maybe even in other surprisingly places.....

Real Toilets & Hot showers. Race starts at 10am and the last lap must be started by 10pm.

NEMTB wants every rider to have a hoot, goodies in your rego bag, lots of spot prizes and major door prizes for those that pickup their rego packs the night before and for those who attend presentations which will be completed by 11pm.

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