Multitrade Building Hire 6 Hour Race
Race Details:

The Multitrade 6 Hour Race is back for 2020

Saturday August 29 2020
12:00 pm Course opens for practice
1:00 pm Registration opens
1:45 pm Race briefing
2:00 pm Race Start
7:30 pm Approximate final lap cut off
8:00 pm Race finish

​Gladstone Mountain Bike Reserve, Koowin Drive, Kirkwood.

Course reveal Friday 31 July, check facebook for details. All categories will ride the same 7.5km loop. Sunset is approximately 5:43 pm so a working front light (helmet and/or bar light) is compulsory once the sun goes down.
The course may be subject to change at the Event Directors discretion, depending on trail and weather conditions on the day.

6hr Race
Solo Men
Solo Women
Solo E-Bike
Male Team
Female Team
Mixed Team
E-Bike Team
3hr Enticer Race
Solo Junior
Junior Team
Solo Enticer
Team Enticer

$40 Seniors, $25 Juniors, $30 Enticer. Early bird discount until 8 Aug.
Participants must hold a current MTBA race licence. A Day Licence is available for non-MTBA members that can be
purchased during registration. $33 for seniors, $18 for juniors, or $20 to upgrade an MTBA Recreational Licence for the day.

Entries close 5:00 pm Friday 28 August.
No late entries accepted on the day.
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Camping overnight is not permitted at the trail head post-race, but plenty of options available in town.
Further Details
Further details and updates will be posted on the Gladstone MTB Inc. Facebook page.

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  • 2020 Multitrade Building Hire 6hr Course

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