This year the 37KM & 50KM courses will start once again at the Maitraya Private Resort, travelling over some of the most beautiful coastline the region has to offer. As Maitraya is private property this is one of the rare times riders will have access to this area!
Thanks to the Department of Parks and Wildlife the route will then travel through more breathtaking coastal scenery to the Emu Point channel crossing where riders will be ferried across from Mount Martin to Emu Point.
Emu Point will also be the starting point for our 17KM riders. The route will then travel along Middleton Beach, up Mt Adelaide and onto as much sneaky trail as we can sequence together!
17km and 37km riders will then head down the boardwalk to a fast finish on Stirling Terrace.
50KM riders will continue across to Mt Melville for some tough climbs, gnarly descents, and amazing view.. Riders will finish back at Stirling Terrace for a well deserved rest.
50km - $110
37km - $85
17km - $40
Valid MTBA members receive a $10 discount on the above prices
Please keep an eye on your emails, our website, or social media for the schedule details approaching the event weekend.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28 - 50km and 37km RACE START 12 NOON, MAITRAYA PRIVATE RETREAT
17km RACE START 2.00PM, EMU POINT
Please note minimum ages:
50km - 16 years minimum age
37km - 14 years minimum age
17km - 12 years minimum age
Exceptions / Exemptions to this policy may be gained by applying to Southern Peaks in writing. To be successful the rider must have written documentation from an accredited cycling coach who has coached the junior aged athlete in a professional capacity for at least 12 months, that the young person is capable of riding outside these policy constraints. The supporting documentation will include:
• Permission from the rider’s parents or guardians
• A statement that the rider’s coach has read and understood the provisions and concepts of this policy
• All contact details for the coach, including appropriate details of qualifications to make the assessment for a change in policy application
• Any previous exemptions granted for the rider
• History of the rider’s performance in other cross country events, and
• Statements on the rider’s training regimen
Exceptions / Exemptions to this policy may be gained by applying to the Race Director (Paul O’Donnell) in writing. Please submit your exemption request to email@example.com
Number Plates to be displayed at all times, if plate is lost, you will need to acquire another for the nominal fee at registration. Your Plate must visible and legible at all times.
Bike must be functional with working brakes. Handle bars must have Bar ends or Plugs.