• Date
    Saturday May 14, 2022 at
    9:00am to 1:00pm AEST
    past event
  • Type
    XC Marathon Race
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike E-Bike
  • Location
    Mogo Australia
    Deep Creek Dam Road
  • Email
    ride@rockytrailentertainment.com
  • Website
  • Registration
    Open Paid
Shimano MTB Grand Prix Race | Mogo NSW RD3
Race Details:

The Shimano MTB GP Series returns to Mogo with Rocky Trail's Season 15

This Season will transform the 4+6 Hour events from previous years into the most expansive 4-Hour XC Series in the country. We are taking a more focused approach to our XC lap racing events, which will challenge the pros and rewards the personal bests of ambitious and passionate Rocky Trail racers.

Make this a smashfest, show off your sponsor logos, re-kindle your love for XC racing or catch the racing bug with us! From the first time between the tape to people that have spent a lifetime training for power output, we have you covered when you line up at the Rocky Trail start line! You will all enjoy the community spirit and classic XC racing thrill that Rocky Trail Entertainment delivers like no other – be a #rockytrailracer!

We encourage you race these iconic trails with us if you're a local and travel with us from out of town! Come early, stay longer and “Race and Play”. Great to bring partners and the family along, race on the Saturday and explore the region on the Sunday.

Race for series points and the brand-new race accolades, which is a set of additional classifications rewarding KOM/QOM and Fastest Lap times as well as Solo Junior and Solo Outright GC winners.
For more information, visit the website or get in touch!

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