ROUND EIGHT (8)
Goat Farm Mountain Bike Park, Greenmount (Perth)
The first event of WA Gravity Enduro kicked off at the Goat Farm in 2014 and we love returning to this very unforgiving venue. Although relatively short, the trails are ‘tough as nails’ and ensure competitors are focussed on the job at hand, with little room for error. From compact machine-berms to wild and rocky sections, the Goat Farm is a popular event for competitors and spectators being so close to Perth.
PLUS! Paul Neve and the team from Three Chillies Trail Design and Construction has been weaving their magic and we are blessed with new trails in 2021!
Official Practice Saturday, 9th October 2021 10am – 3pm (medics onsite)
Race Date Sunday, 10th October 2021
Race Briefings staggered from 8am
Race Starts following briefing
Race Finish approx 90min for Whippets to 4 hours for all stages
Presentations following return of all short course competitors (approx 10am) and following return of all long course competitors (approx 2pm).
Shuttling not permitted. INTERNAL GATES WILL SHUT AT 4PM SATURDAY AND 4PM SUNDAY – DON’T GET LOCKED IN!
Additional parking is available on the cnr of Great Eastern Highway and Scott Street.
Greenmount Rise, Greenmount
Latest Event Information
06/10/2021 Competitor Start List now available here
04/10/2021 Course Map now available. High resolution available here
Please note this Course Map is SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
With huge thanks to Marg @ Westcycle, DBCA and Jordan P, another new trail named ‘Lucky 13’ is is the final stages of being approved for use. However, the normal process needs to be followed so we are eagering awaiting the opening of this trail. If it is approved and opened before the event, will be race it! If not, we will update the Course Map and Stages to reflect this. We will have a final decision by Friday – stay tuned!
Premium Entry Closes...
Late Entry Closes...
Premium Entries close Tuesday at midnight before race weekend. This gives us time to print custom raceplates and gives caterers time to organise food options.
Late Entries close Friday at 9pm before race weekend and attract a $10 late fee. Competitors cannot expect a custom raceplate and cannot expect food options to be accommodated for.
Round Multiplier – 1.2x
Based on course gradings and comments by riders, this points multiplier applies. Points multipliers are favoured towards more typical Enduro-style venues.
More information about the 2021 Series.
Technical Ability – Expert
Physical Rating – 2
This is the approximate technical ability and physical rating for competitors racing the Full Enduro Course.
More information about Course Grading.
Gravity Enduro Mountain Bike Race
Multi-stage race. Timed descents and untimed climbs
Sign-posted and bunted course
Don’t cheat yourself or your mates – stay on track
St John Ambulance on-site
Professional Medical Assistance available
Portable or connected nearby
Great atmosphere, questions answered and rider supplies
Volunteers and Fund Raising
Perks for vollies and funds donated to the trails
Gift Vouchers and Prizes
Heaps of prizes ready to be won for all
Elite Prize Money
Cold hard cash for the cream-of-the-crop
Professional Race Timing
We use the best Enduro World Series system
Hydration and Sustenance
Free water and light meal (if available) with Prem. Registration
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I enter? Easy. Just click on the ‘ENTER NOW’ button located throughout the website. This will take you to your registration portal. If you are new to the registration portal, a one-time profile will need to be filled out. Returning competitors simply enter their email address, select their event and arrive at the Race Village on race-day to collect your timing chip and raceplate.
How much does it cost? We strive to keep our entry fees as affordable as possible. Entry fees vary based on your category and start from only $29 for the Under 13’s. Insurance selection and location can slightly vary the price, but we try to stay as consistent and affordable as possible.
Where is the course map? Gravity Enduro is about the excitement of racing a course with little to no knowledge of the course. This helps create a more level playing field and better tests your mountain biking skills. We usually release the course map on the Monday before the weekend’s race.
Do I have to go to race briefing? Yes. Race briefing is mandatory and occurs at the race village 15 minutes before race start. It is essential that you get a full report on the course (and any potential changes), safety requirements and to ensure everyone starts the race from the same location.
I missed registration! We can accept late registration online and on the day plus a $10 surcharge. Places are limited and may not be possible if the event is sold out.
Can I get a refund? From the Monday at 9am before the race weekend, refunds, transfers to other competitors or credits are not possible. Before Monday 9am, yes, we can offer a full refund minus 10% administration fees. Practise is a part of the event. If you injury yourself or damage your bike beyond repair during practise, we cannot offer a refund or transfer as services have already been organised and paid for based on your attendance.