Fox Superflow sealed by Stan's | Mt Buller VIC RD1+2
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Race the way you ride This one’s going to be EPIC!

Get ready for two back to back VIC Rounds of the Fox Superflow® as part of Rocky Trail’s Alpenflow Epic Event Weekend at Buller! We are racing both on Saturday and Sunday with points available on both days, loads of send, massive gnar, spectacular climbs, fast and flowy descents for the gravity guns.

This is friendly enduro racing without a tight schedule: You can pick the order in which to tackle the race stages, which makes this event social and action-packed at the same time! You can do up to five runs on each stage, the fastest one counts and there are no start orders, which means whatever category you’re in, you can ride together and still lock your own best race run in!

Race 1 | Saturday 12.03.2021
For Round 1 of the VIC Series we are racing ABOM and Copperhead trails – shuttle on Saturday is included in the entry fee.

Race 2 | Sunday 13.03.2021
This is Round 2 of the VIC Fox Superflow® Series – we’re racing Misty Twisty, Clancy’s Run, and Gang Gangs – enduro-style riding to the starts!

Have two cruisy days out or absolutely smash your legs each day! The harder you go, the more challenging it gets!

Weekend line-up:

The Alpenflow EPIC weekend starts with a Rocky Trail Academy Schools Comp on the Friday and will also feature a Gran Fondo style marathon ride on the Saturday - plus more MTB action – fun for the kids, juniors and those “big kids” too on all kinds of bikes – with and without those “e’s”.

There will also be loads of entertainment with our resident DJ playing his choonz all weekend and, of course with the premiere of the Australian MTB Film Fest!


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