CCMTB Gravity Enduro National Cup Round 5
Race Details:

Ladies and Gentleman's,

it is time to wrap up the racing season at Central Coast in a style. There will be 5 stages, the most that park can throw at your disposal featuring parks new GE, from top to the bottom line. There will be free professional photographers covering race so watch out for the most likely hot-spots in a race map and as a bonus to celebrate official opening of our new "The Bridge", CCMTB throws BBQ on house for each paying rider as a thank you for racing with us this season!

We will keep on our standard format : unlimited runs within race time, you can complete stages in random order, clock in at least one valid race run for each stage to avoid DNF, U13 to complete only stages 1 - 4 and are allowed to shuttle to start of stages 1&2, stages 3-5 will be opened on a self-seeding basis(allow yourself plenty of time after slower rider)

On the day schedule :
7:30AM - Registrations/chip&race plate collection
8.30AM - Riders briefing (COMPULSORY FOR EVERY RIDER)
9:00AM - All gates open
1:00PM - All gates closed
2:00PM - Podiums

MTB Park will be closed between 8:30AM till 1PM. Only competitors and race volunteers will be allowed on trails. Spectators are welcome.

Registrations are now open so dont waste your time and get onto the tickets quick, you dont want to miss this one. As our standard, his round is part of MTBA National Cup scheme and you will receive Tier 2 points from this race.

Overall series winners will be announced and crowned at upcoming CCMTB presentations 1.12.2019.


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  • CCMTB Gravity Enduro Round 5

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