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What to Bring

  • Appropriate clothing — shorts, costumes, tanks, shorts, etc. ...

  • Chemical defenses — sunblock, bug spray

  • Your biking stuff — you know, helmets, gloves, knee pads, bike... Pretty essential.

  • Tools and tubes — don't be that person! Be prepared to fix your mechanicals. Even if don't know how to use them, a friendly face will likely help you out.

  • Food and water — know thyself.

Race Day: Bio


The course route will be sent out the week before the event – please note that the Trail conditions will be fairly dry by then, and the weather will be beautiful. Be prepared for changing trail conditions and be ready for all types of weather. The course will be marked and flagged on Friday, with the final bits going up right before the race starts. Look for arrows and flagging tape – the course will be minimally marked. Trail work is ongoing on all stages, please anticipate seeing builders as you pre-ride. Anticipate raking on any of the stages.

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Race Day: About


Aid Station

Food and water will be available once mid way through the course. In keeping with covid protocols we will give you a baggie lunch. It will have candy, bars, gatorade, fruit, sandwich, chips ect. If you have a go to must have for your rides, please bring it with you. I would anticipate providing the majority of your own food and hydration. 


Everyone on course and organizing this race has volunteered their time! Take a moment to thank them. This is a community event with all proceeds going right back into the sunshine coast economy, our trails and events.


You are expected to assist fellow riders on course. If a rider requires medical assistance dial the number provided via on race day. There are trained medical personnel on ourteams. If an injured party requires urgent assistance dial 911.

Race Day: About
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