• Date
    Saturday November 6, 2021 at
    9:00am to 3:00pm AEDT
    past event
  • Type
    XC Marathon Race
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike E-Bike
  • Location
    Coondoo Australia
    Coondoo Road
  • Email
    ride@rockytrailentertainment.com
  • Website
  • Registration
    Open Paid
Shimano MTB GP NSW | Nowra
Race Details:

The Shimano MTB GP’s events are all about 'seriously fun racing' Podium chasers can line up with Australia’s elites, and experienced amateur endurance racers plus casual racers will have a blast, all feeling safe and part of an inspiring community.

Coondoo is back! After being almost entirely burnt out during the 2019/2020 bushfires, Coondoo is now fully restored. It’s still the fast flowing track that everyone loved but now there’s dual track areas for more overtaking opportunities, new bridges and more berms. This all means more fun and more flow. This fast and incredibly fun track will surely delight.

Race for four (GP4) or six (GP6) hours solo or in relay pairs. There are age-group and eBike categories. Expect less of a winners-only-focused competition, but a positive and inclusive experience for all racers.

This event has COVID-19 Safety rules in place, please check the event website for all the details. Competitors must sign up online. This event tracks all participants including non-racing spectators or supporters. Please check in to the event via the QR Code on-site.

This is XC lap racing at its best! 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!

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