Scenic Rim GE Series 2023 rd 2
Race Details:

19th February | 18th June |

16th September 2023

Kooralbyn Valley MTB Park |

Scenic Rim | Queensland

Are you ready to shred 2023? The Scenic Rim Enduro Series takes MTB racing and supercharges it – on the best trails in Queensland

What is gravity enduro?

Gravity enduro is a next-level mountain biking experience. It’s an adrenaline-charged multi-stage race format designed around a series of uphills and exhilarating timed downhill sections. Cruise to the top of the hill, then bomb down as fast as you can. Rinse, repeat!

The untimed climbs mean you get to ride at a leisurely pace, catching up with your mates, taking in the scenery and conserving your energy. The timed downhill sections are where the real action happens – time to put the hammer down and rocket that descent!

Riders have four hours to complete the course. The course incorporates six competitive downhill stages, each ranging in difficulty. Riders have their times recorded for each downhill stage, and the rider with the fastest consolidated time is declared the winner!

Where is the Scenic Rim Enduro?

The Scenic Rim Enduro is held at the world-class Kooralbyn Valley Mountain Bike Park, Ramada Resort. This is the BEST location for endurance MTB events – challenging trails, sprawling mountainous views, abundant wildlife and an easy drive from Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

Kooralbyn is a hidden gem of the Scenic Rim. It’s the original home of endurance riding in Queensland and is where former Australian racing cyclist Cadel Evans cut his teeth in the mountain biking world!

Who is it for?

Whether you’re an experienced mountain biker or just starting out, the Scenic Rim Enduro Series is for you. We cater to experts and novices alike. This family-friendly event focus on fun, participation and an providing everyone with an exhilarating, first-rate and rewarding experience.

At the Scenic Rim Enduro Series, you get:

Professional race timing

A sign-posted and bunted course

Australia’s premier mountain biking trails

On-site professional medical assistance

Access to the race village and toilets

Free water and the option to purchase a variety of foods

Perks for volunteers

Funds donated to the upkeep of the trails

The chance to win gift vouchers and prizes

Fantastic, all-inclusive atmosphere with all your questions answered!

The Scenic Rim Enduro Series uses the Enduro World Series event-grading system – the best in the world.

And if you’re out there to truly blitz those trails, there are prizes for the cream of the crop!

So, are you ready for the adventure of a lifetime? Register now!

Stay up to date with all the latest info on the Scenic Rim Enduro Series Facebook page.

Never done enduro before? Here’s what you need:

Although the uphill sections are untimed, riders do still need to reach each stage by a certain time, so a reasonable level of fitness is essential.

It’s also recommended you have:

A reliable, fully-functioning bike, preferably a full-suspension rig

Full face Helmet
One spare tube, tyre levers and a pump or compressed air canisters to fix punctures
High-energy snacks, water and a pack to carry them in


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