Entry Info

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There is a limit to the number of entries.

To celebrate the opening of this new event, the first 100 riders to register are eligible for our super special entry fee
Enter before 15th December 2019 for our Standard Entry
Our Late entry is available from 15th December 2019 until 15th February 2020
After 15th February 2020 – we can’t guarantee that we will fit you in or if we will have tents/transfers and correct t-shirt sizes available.
This is a great option if you are a MTB couple with kids, or you and a friend are not quite ready for the full race. Learn more about this category here

*Young Guns – To support the next generation, riders aged under 23 on the start day of the race will receive a 25% discount on their entry fee. This will be applied during the entry process.

** All participants will be required to sign an indemnity waiver during the entry process. An example waiver can be viewed here

Scroll down for other entry conditions.

Add On Options to Entry Fee

Want the luxury of arriving to an already set up campsite at the end of each day? Or simply can’t fit in the camping gear? A setup tent, a camp chair, tent lights, and a foam mat are a part of this package. Tents are a roomy 3 person size with a floor space of  2.8m x 2.25m. You will still need to BYO sleeping bag and sleeping mat.
Racing with a partner or friend and happy to share a tent with them?  When entering just one of you select this option and there will be space to note the second person’s name on the form.  Like the Single option above, you have the luxury of arriving at an already set up campsite at the end of each day.  This option includes a setup tent, 2 x camp chairs, tent lights, and 2 foam mats. Tents are a roomy 3 person size with a floor space of  2.8m x 2.25m. You will still need to BYO sleeping bag and sleeping mat.
Either or both, Launceston airport to Branxholm at the start of the race and St Helens to Launceston airport at the end of the race. This includes the transport of personal gear and bikes. Bikes need to be transported in their protective case or box though that you use on the plane. They cannot be transported unpacked.
Transfers back to Branxholm for those who left their cars there prior to the race. This includes the transport of personal gear and bikes. Bikes will be transported on a custom built bike trailer (no need for cases or boxes)
Treat yourself to a breakfast box each morning. Boxes need to be pre-ordered with your entry and are filled with local yummy treats designed keep your stomach settled and give you the calories you need to get you going. There will be vegetarian and vegan options available.
For those flying in and can’t bring gas, you can pre-order gas canisters for stoves such as Jet Boils or MSR Pocket Rocket and collect at HQ. The Gas will be the 230g variety with a screw lid. Click here for an example.
For those flying in, you can pre-order CO2 canisters for bikes. At the end of the race, if you haven’t used them, we will happily buy them back for $3 each

Entry Fees include

  • 3 days of great racing run by one of Australia’s most experienced adventure event organisers Geocentric Outdoors.
  • Camping in the race villages each night (Standard camping – restrictions on tent size apply)
  • Feed stations, basic mechanical and medical support out on the course
  • Transport of a personal bag (weight and size limitations apply) between race villages each day
  • The normal race stuff including plates, timing, results, etc.
  • A great race t-shirt to remind you of the race in years to come

Cancellations, Transfers, and Refunds

  • Competitors are welcome to transfer or sell their entry to another person at any stage. This will be a transaction between the competitors and Geocentric will not take part in the transaction. Names and categories on the entries can be updated using the online registration system.
  • Competitors may officially cancel their entry at any stage prior to the event by writing, calling or emailing the race organisers.
  • Cancellation of entry prior to 15th December 2019 will attract a 10% Cancellation Fee.
  • Cancellation of entry after 15th December 2019 and prior to 15th February 2020 will attract a 20% cancellation fee.
  • Cancellation after 15th February 2020 and prior to 18th of March 2020 will attract a 40% cancellation fee.
  • Cancellation after 18th March 2020 will attract a 40% cancellation fee and the balance will be held in credit and can be used towards a future event, valid for 2 years.

If the race is canceled due to acts of God, natural disasters, terrorism or other reasons, etc, the organisers will make every effort to refund as much of the entry fee as possible to all teams. The race will not be re-scheduled.


The event organisers have a public liability insurance policy to the value of 20 million dollars. This is a compulsory insurance policy in Australia for events that are organised on, or cross through, any form of government land/public place.

This, however, is not personal accident insurance for you! It is strongly recommended you have your own personal accident insurance.

It is a condition of entry that you must have ambulance cover. Unless you’re from Tasmania or Queensland, you’ll need to take this out (or ensure it is part of your private health cover). Here are some details. 

Unlike many mountain bike events, is NOT compulsory to also purchase a Mountain Bike Australia (MTBA) Day Licence. You may choose to buy one of these if you choose and can do so here. This race is not directly affiliated with MTBA. You may already have suitable coverage through your private health insurance or superannuation.


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