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The event will showcase the lifestyle, culture and talent that makes Enduro racing so unique and exciting. The WA MTB Community will be on show with coaching, competitions, demonstrations, presentations, children’s entertainment, food and drink stalls and a huge Race Village showcasing the WA MTB Industry

PLUS, Enduro Racing!

This event is Round One of the WA Gravity Enduro Series 2022 and will also be an Enduro World Series Qualifier.

If you love Mountain Biking and Adventure with mates, this is the event for you!

Important changes from 2021

1) There are two capped shuttle departure times of 8:30am at 11:30am. First in, best dressed - make your selection through the Event Entry

2) MASKS ARE MANDATORY on Shuttle Buses at all times.

3) Please maintain a 1.5m physical distance within Race Village. Sanitise your hands upon entry and spectators please check-in with the COVID Safe App on arrival.

4) We expect more than 500 attendees and less than 2,500 at this event and will follow the necessary WA Health Department advice and COVID Plan. This event is exempt from Proof of Vaccination due to being a Sporting Event. However, we advocate strongly that all attendees should be fully vaccinated for their safety and the protection of our Community.

5) A Liquor License area will not be implemented due to the challenges of requiring and managing Proof of Vaccination.


The event takes in the best riding opportunities of Dwellingup. With the heart of the weekend at Race Village in Dwellingup, a hive of activity happen on and around the amazing Pump track facility. However, competitors and spectators are spoilt with dedicated shuttle transport to the amazing mountain bike trails of Murray Valley, about 15mins away. 

Direction and Maps here.


Intermediate to Advanced riders will appreciate the challenges of the trails, but competitors with at least one year of mountain biking experience will be able to descend the trails. All technical trail features and gap jumps have ‘B’ lines (slower, easier line). Race Courses are designed for the Team Category selected. For example, the Full Enduro (elite) competitors are required to complete 7 challenging trails plus a Saturday Pro Stage, whereas the Whippets U13 are only required to complete 3 of the easier stages available. 

The Murray Valley Trails are a very popular destination and if you wish to avoid the crowds of race weekend, be sure to take a visit earlier before the event, particularly if you are not very familiar with the trails.

The Murray Valley Trail Network boasts many machine-shaped features and berms but also sport some rocky features and technical challenges. The excellent elevation of the trails offer nice long runs. Trees and natural bush get right up alongside the edge of the trail so when your speed increases, be sure to watch out for those immovable Jarrah Trees!


Course Grading

Technical Ability – Expert

Physical Rating – 2 out of 4

This is the approximate Course Grade for the most difficult category.

More information about Course Grading.


Thanks to Visit Mandurah, there are heaps of accommodation options and things to do while in town.

Feel free to checkout the Mandurah Destination Guide, and Things-To-Do to make this event a long weekend adventure!

Even more information can be found at Visit Mandurah 

Still stuck for some accommodation options? Be sure to head to and chat to the friendly staff


Free ample parking is available on the eastern side of the Dwellingup Oval. Follow the marshal directions at all times and:

– do not park in a way which can block access

– do not park in a way that could block other vehicles from moving

– do not park on the Dwellingup oval.

Always drive responsibly and carefully, there are many children and families in the area.

Spectators or competitors are welcome to drive to the Murray Valley Trails, however, you will be charged a Park Entry fee at the gate through DBCA. Follow the signs to Murray Valley Trails and park on the verge ensuring adequate manoeuvrability of all other vehicles. The dedicated shuttle road will be closed to all vehicles during the event.


Spectators are welcome to jump on the Shuttle Bus with the riders and head to the Murray Valley Trails (when available) for delivery to the top of the hill at The Roost.

You can then descend the trails catching the action as you go, but always give way to riders who will be descending the trail at high speed.

When you see or hear a rider coming, very quickly move off the trail and stay at least 2 metres clear of riders and always stay behind course bunting tape and signage.

Always be aware of snakes, bring adequate hydration, plenty of sun protection and wear good walking shoes – trails can be treacherous in wet and dry conditions. 

Spectators can jump back on the shuttle bus at The Roost or the Shuttle Collection Bays at the bottom of the hill for return back to Dwellingup. 


Riders have the opportunity to practise on Saturday by purchasing a Shuttle Entry. Riders are collected from Race Village in Dwellingup and taken to the top of the Murray Valley Trails Network aka ‘The Roost.’ From there, they head down their race stages and get collected from the bottom for Shuttle lifts back up the hill!

We have two capped Saturday Shuttle Times to spread the riders across the day ensuring everyone gets plenty of time and reduces the boring queue.

Saturday Practise Shuttle Times leaving Dwellingup are 8:30am and 11:30am which can be booked as part of Event Entry.

Shuttles return to Race Village on demand from the Shuttle Collection queue at the trails.

On Sunday, riders will again lead to Race Village in Dwellingup for their race briefing before jumping on the Shuttle Bus to the trails. Race briefing is mandatory and you will need to collect and return your timing chip.

No private shuttling is permitted or possible on the Murray Valley Shuttle Road as it will be closed to the public for this event.


WA Gravity Enduro Racing Rules

  • Full Face Helmets Mandatory
  • Mechanical’s are a part of racing. Always proceed to finish the stage by taking your SIAC past the finish beacon. A competitor carrying another person’s SIAC is instant disqualification.
  • Competitors stopping to assist an injured rider are permitted a stage re-attempt, but must confirm with a marshal.
  • A short grace period for returning SIAC’s is permitted past the estimated course closure time with final cutoff or time penalties decided by the Chief Commissaire. A 5 min penalty is awarded to any competitor returning SIAC’s after presentations begin.
  • For a full breakdown of the rules, head to

Men Categories

  • Men U9 (Whippets)
  • Men U11 (Whippets)
  • Men U13 (Whippets)
  • Men U15
  • Men U17
  • Men U19
  • Men 19 – 29 (Weapons)
  • Men 30 – 39 (Warriors)
  • Men 40 – 49 (Masters)
  • Men 50 – 59 (Super Masters)
  • Men 60+ (Grand Masters)
  • Men (Full Enduro 19+)
  • Men eBike U40
  • Men eBike 40+
  • Men Welcome

    Women Categories

    • Women U9 (Whippets)
    • Women U11 (Whippets)
    • Women U13 (Whippets)
    • Women U15
    • Women U17
    • Women U19
    • Women 19 – 39 (Warriors)
    • Women 40 – 49 (Masters)
    • Women 50+ (Super Masters)
    • Women (Full Enduro 19+)
    • Women eBike U39
    • Women eBike 40+
    • Women Welcome

    Age / Gender Divisions

    • Ages are mandatory and based on age at 31st December


    McLarty Road, Dwellingup, Western Australia

    Head to for a more in-depth guide on the trails

    The Murray Valley Trails are managed through the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA). National Park Entry Fees apply for the public.

    WA Gravity Enduro has approval by the Shire of Murray and DBCA to proceed with this event. Please be respectful of people and place at all times.

    Location Plan

    Race Village Map

    Latest Event Updates

    05/Feb/2022 – Event Page Live, Entries Now Open

    21/Mar/2022 –  Race Village Map updated, course map added, location plan updated

    22/Mar/2022 – Competitor Start List now available


    We aim to give you the Best Enduro Experience possible and work hard to provide the Best Value Event for your Money.


    Time required to bring together all facets of the Event.


    Facebook advertising, video reels and highlights, maps, website design, signage, Instagram feeds, YouTube clips take time and fees.

    Sign-posted and Bunted Course

    Arriving early to setup the course. This usually involves multiple people over hours or days ensuring bunting, signage and timing equipment are in place for easy navigation and fair racing.

    Event Health Services

    Your Entry Fee covers St John Ambulance Services being on-site for both Saturday and Sunday. We typically employ 4 x Technicians and engage with St John months in advance


    Typically, our Events exceed the venue existing facilities. Regional Services are engaged months in advance to deliver toilets. Hire costs continue to grow as Waste Management Fees continue to increase.

    Race Village

    It takes time to design the Race Village to enable our awesome Sponsors to arrive and setup in suitable locations to suite their needs. Careful attention to Parking, Pedestrians and Riders is needed for the safe and accessible movement of all attendees and event crew.

    Applications and Insurances

    Typically, several Stakeholders need to be engaged months in advance of any Event. We liaise with Local Governments, State Departments, Auscycling, Local Residents and Trail Custodians to act in the best interests of all parties while balancing a safe and exciting experience for our Community. Fees are required for Insurance and Event Applications.

    Prizes, Gift Vouchers, Subsidies

    At every Series round, we move $1 of your Entry Fee into our Enduro Pathway Program, donate $5 of your Entry Fee to Public Trails, offer more than $2,500 in Event Gift Vouchers to podium winners and offer $750 to our Elite Men and Women winners. We offer free entries to our Marshals, pay for professional services including multiple Photographers and Videographers and assist with fuel, food and accommodation costs for our Crew.

    World's Best Timing System

    Our Timing System is considered the World’s Best as used at the Enduro World Series. Yearly licensing, hardware and software upgrades are continuous. Additionally, we send our timing bands back to Germany as required for battery replacements at considerable expense.

    Continued Development

    Once the essential Event costs are accounted for, we continue to research new ways to improve Results, Live Broadcasts, Mobile Phone Apps, data presentation, website development, manage existing equipment and improve our systems with the aim for a better experience for Competitors, Spectators and our Crew.