Revolve Super V
Race Details:

The Super V really is a one-of-a-kind women-only downhill race. This year we're having it at Polhill on March 20 and for the first time we will be able to ride the new downhill grade 3 trail Ikigai

Registrations are open!

The course is mostly downhill Grade 3 that's fun for all levels. Your entry fee includes unlimited practice runs (with shuttle rides up!) from 10am - 1pm, and one timed race run at 2pm. There will be heaps of prizes to be won, a great base camp to hang out at and dozens of like-minded women to meet and ride with. The race is open to girls (Revolvette category) and women of all abilities.

Enjoy our shuttles all morning to the Brooklyn wind turbine car park then ride down Car Parts, Roller Coaster, Highbury Fling, Ikigai, Transient and Serendipity (Grade 4) OR bottom Transient (Grade 3).

These are mainly intermediate trails that will take about 20-45 minutes to ride down.

Attn Super Fast Revolvettes - to be in the running to win the overall top prizes, you need to register in Open Women and pay the full amount. This is because we invest a fair amount of money into the top prizes, and think it's fair they should go to someone who has paid the full entry.


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