At this volatile time, anything may happen today, tomorrow or a few weeks from now. There are a lot of avenues where information is flowing through - however, we will be following the advice from State and Federal Government.
'Currently' with an event cap of 500 people and with our own processes in place for the well being of marshals and attendees via "social-distancing" processes, we still plan to undertake round 3 at York on the 5th April.
Our "social distancing" points are as follows: - race briefing will be done online - as usual, we will stagger the start times for competitors spreading the field into smaller groups - race village size may be limited to 100 people at any single time - if you have a pre-existing health condition or develop flu-like symptoms at anytime, do not attend and we will transfer your entry to another round - please only fist tap or elbow tap. No hugging or kissing each other upon arrival (I know this will be devastating to some 😁) - presentations may be postponed - if you come in contact with anyone who has been out of Australia 14 days prior to the event, please do not attend. - as a other cautionary point, please wear your full face helmet at all times if possible. This may of course change as the situation develops.
Although these are challenging situations for all, we still need to have fun in our #endurolife so we will do our best to always continue with our events with the advice from external authorities and our own professional well-being measures.
If there are any other significant changes, we will naturally keep you informed as soon as possible.
Until then, we hope to see you in York supporting the local area and getting our shred on! 👊👊 ... See MoreSee Less
Highlights from Round 2! Dunsborough had riders breathing hard on the sharp and short Dunsborough trails. A great mix of trails with plenty of pedalling and a few nice jumps and rocky sections thrown in for good measure. With the race village at the Dunsborough and Districts Country Club and awesome trail crew of Cape Mountain Bikers, it was always going to be a hoot!