Course map and description

The Singleton mountain bike trails are fast, flowy and are not very technical so can be ridden by riders of all abilities. There is only a small amount of climbing each lap which is why this is a popular mountain bike destination. Primary and Secondary students have different courses. The primary course can almost be completely observed from one location and has been kept small to allow for faster lap times. The secondary course has a longer loop that takes riders further out the back where there are some really fun jumps and berms.

The race will start in a grassy field west of the event village and will enter the single track near transition. This wide section of the course will allow riders to sort themselves out before the single track where it is more difficult to pass.

Please note on race day, the paddock will be opened closer to the start line and parking will be available at the event centre.

The Primary Course is 2.8km in length with 40vm of climbing.

The Secondary Course has a distance of 4.5km and 61vm of climbing.

Primary Course

Secondary Course