24.0 miles
Distance
1,580 ft
Climb
-1,590 ft
Descent
286 ft
High Point
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This may not be the official course on race day. Course mapped from maps posted by Rats Cycling Club (www.ratscc.com.au) from the 16km start loop page:- https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-ay4fQynjb_zeD_YHa0bvCagjifrNMh5/view?usp=sharing

2021 Bayview Blast hosted at Bayview Conservation Park, Redland Bay, the Blast returns to one of the best event bases around thanks to Redlands Council. The event village includes amenities, skills park, sealed carpark, toilets, bike wash and an outdoor shower.

The Bayview Blast will be held on 12-13 June 2021, the Queen’s Birthday long weekend in NSW and Victoria. Hopefully, many of our southern cousins will take the opportunity to spend a long-weekend in Queensland and challenge themselves with the 2021 Bayview Blast

There is a race category for everyone in 2021.

Saturday participation categories
For those wanting to blast around the course with your mates there is the team challenge. The team time will be determined by the 3rd rider across the line.

In the solo categories there will be categories from Juniors up to open age categories to ride over the 25 km Saturday course.

For the participation categories we follow on from the successful introduction of the E-bike categoryin previous years. This will be the first category of the 25 km course to start. This is for pedal assist bikes only, with no modifications to manufacturers setting permitted.

In the Kids Racing there are 4 race distances for the U15s who just want to have fun down to balance bikes. There is 8 km, 4 km, 2 km and a 10-minute Kids10 race for our youngest competitors. Please note the Kids10 racing is strictly Balance bikes up to 20” wheels.

Sunday is marathon day
In 2021 the Bayview Blast is a Gold Level National Cup round with all series categories available to allow riders to build more National Cup points.

The 2021 full marathon course is 40 km (approx) has been developed by Redlands Council to allow the Bayview Blast to be a 2 lap race add the 16 km start loop and you have a 96 km course with what we believe to be the largest amount of single track for any marathon race in Australia.

Race categories for the full marathon range from Elites through to Masters 7+ including a Single Speed category and Teams of 2 (All Male, All Female and Mixed).

For the Half Marathon it will be a single lap race similar categories for the half marathon are available including the U19 Half Marathon category which is part of the National Cup.

On Saturday the Junior Hava Blast 25 km event is part of the National Cup for U17 riders.

Contact
Race Director – Joel Stephens [email protected]

Local Accommodation
Mt Cotton Retreat – www.mtcottonretreat.com

Redland Bay Motel – www.redlandbaymotel.com.au

Rancho Del Cielo – www.ranchodelcielo.com.au

Merlot House – www.sirromet.com

The Haven – 19-29 Haven Road, Carbrook, 0433 270 498 or booking.com

Camping Option
Karingal Scouts is around 5 km away

Also check the Bayview Blast Facebook page for additional accommodation.

Detailed Description
BVB21 40km Loop is a 24 mile intermediate race route located near Redland City. This mountain bike only route can be used one direction and has a moderate overall physical rating. This route includes 20 trails. This route climbs 1,580 ft with a max elevation of 286 ft then descends -1,590 ft.
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  • Race Date
    Sunday June 13, 2021
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  • Route Type
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  • Bike type
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  • Physical rating
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  • Ridelogs
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  • Altitude min
    52 ft
  • Altitude start
    164 ft
  • Altitude end
    154 ft
  • Grade max
    -33.5%
  • Grade min
    19.7%
  • Distance climb
    11 miles
  • Distance down
    10 miles
  • Distance flat
    3 miles
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