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SYNERGY COLLIE RIVER RUMBLE
8am Saturday August 7th – Central Park, Collie

Ride WA is proud to announce that we will be bringing the Synergy Collie River Rumble into the XCM calendar this year. The hidden gem that is the tracks around collie have had stayed quiet too long. Now with the latest Wambenger tracks open it is time to come and pay homage to some of the best single track that WA has to offer. We have managed to secure access to previously unridden trails to beef up the distances and climbing. With 3 distances to choose from there really is something for everyone and an unbelievable amount of awesome single track. The course is cleverly designed to offer plenty of breaks into fire lanes to make sure there are overtaking opportunities to keep you on your A game.

70km, 50km and 35km routes (with a 25km adaptive course).


COLLIE RIVER RAMBLE
8am Sunday August 8th – Wellington Dam Quarry

And as if the Rumble wasn’t enough, we are heading to Wellington National Park on the Sunday for a timed Fondo and boy do we have a treat for you The brand new trails at the iconic location are going to blow your mind. How do you fancy heading out from the old quarry, across the bridge looking up at the 8000m2 mural on the dam, yes, the largest dam mural in the world? Next follow the river downstream before you wind your way through the forest and hit the freshly opened trails towards the end of the ride for a super sweet finish to an awesome day on the trails. These are some of the latest trails to be completed in WA, in fact so new they are not even open yet, with the release date set for late June early July.

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  • 35km Synergy Collie River MTB Marathon Route 2022

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    22.3 miles
    Distance
    1,626 ft
    Climb
    -1,625 ft
    Descent
    893 ft
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    50km Synergy Collie River MTB Marathon route 2022

    31.5 miles
    Distance
    1,916 ft
    Climb
    -1,918 ft
    Descent
    964 ft
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    25km Synergy Collie River MTB Marathon "Adaptive" race route 2022

    15.5 miles
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    959 ft
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    893 ft
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    70km Synergy Collie River MTB Marathon route 2021

    41.6 miles
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    2,302 ft
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