GBomb 2018
Race Details:

For 2018 we are getting with the times and offering 2 awesome days of racing. The Saturday will start with a round of XCO format racing for all the age categories, with race times varying from 15mins to 1.5hrs dependent on category.

After a short lunch break and presentation the main event will kick off in the afternoon a 6hr XC endurance race running well into the darkness and finishing around 8pm. A quick presentation, dinner and drinks will be enjoyed around a bonfire to finish the night.

Sunday morning will offer another round of XCO races for all the same categories, then we'll finish up by lunch time with a final presentation and plenty of time for everyone to pack up and return home.


Saturday Morning - XCO races (Juniors, open, masters, e-Bikes)
Saturday afternoon - 6hr XC Enduro (Solo: male/female open and masters Super masters and e-Bikes, teams: juniors, mixed, males, females)
Sunday Morning - XCO races (Juniors, open, masters, e-Bikes)


e-Bike categories
Free camping
Great food - Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Camp fire
Demo bikes
Bike mechanics on site


Refer to website for event fees. An Early bird discount of 15% applies to all entries paid by 31st July 2018.

Special discounts may pop up on Facebook too, so keep an eye on it for discount codes.
MTBA race membership/license is required, if you don't currently have an annual license, you can purchase a day license when registering for the event, or you can look at other membership options available here first:

Schedule - preliminary

5-8pm Friday 7th - Sign-on/race pack collection @ GDSC

7am Saturday 8th - Sign-on/racepack collection @ Bom Bom

8am Saturday 8th - XCO R1 starts

1pm Saturday 8th - XCO R1 presentations

2pm Saturday 8th - 6Hr enduro starts

8pm Saturday 8th - 6Hr enduro Finish

9pm Saturday 8th - 6Hr presentations @ campfire


8am Sunday 9th - XCO R2 Starts

1pm Sunday 9th - XCO R2 presentations
6hr Teams - categories.

When entering a team online there are 8 options for entering your team in the 6hr- see below. However placings and prizes will only be awarded to the following 4 categories regardless of whether there are 2 or 3 members in a team.
Junior team of 2 - both members must be aged 15-18, any combo of male and females
Junior team of 3 - all members must be aged 13-18 any combo of male and females
Mixed team of 2 - both members aged over 15, 1 male and 1 female
Mixed team of 3 - all members aged over 13, at least 1 male and 1 female
Male Team of 2 - both members aged over 15 and both males
Male Team of 3 - all members aged over 13 and all males
Female Team of 2 - both members aged over 15 and both females
Female Team of 3 - all members aged over 13 and all females

Juniors must comply with the MTBA time on bike rules.

Sponsored by Forest Corps NSW, Clarence Valley Council Cyclesport Grafton and Grafton City Cycles.


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