The UNE 12 Hours In The Piney is a multi-lap race held on a 13 km track in the Armidale State Forest (The 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 10 hour mark (8pm).
Visit www.12hoursinthepiney.com.au and follow the links for more information. Our thanks go to our sponsors University Of New England, Armidale Regional Council, Armidale City Bowling Club, Hutchinson & Harlow Real Estate, Newcastle Permanent, Bicycle Central on Marsh and Super B,for their support for this event. Additionally we would like to recognize Forests NSW, the Armidale Pine Forest Committee and the Livestock, Health and Pest Authority for the continued support for mountain biking and the ability to hold these great events in The Piney.
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