WA State Downhill Round 1 – Denmark 2021

WA State Downhill Round 1 – Denmark 2021
WA State Downhill Round 1 – Denmark 2021

Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th February 2021
82 Lapko Road, Denmark WA 6333

Saturday 27th February 2021

9amRegistration Tent Opens
10:30amRace Briefing
11:00amShuttles start
11am – 4pmPractice
4:00pmLast Shuttle

Sunday 28th February 2021

8:30Registration Tent Opens
9:00amShuttles start
9am – 11amPractice
11:00amRace Briefing
11:45amSeeding Run
2:00pmRace Run
4:00pmEnd of Day

Fees:

$100.00 Includes shuttles both days, number plate, plus free entry to jumps on an air bag and live music at Forest Hill on Sunday evening.

$20.00 Late Registration Fee (after 26th February). 

$30.00 discount for participants who can’t ride on Saturday. Contact admin@denmarkmtb.com.au for a promotion code (gives discount via registration).

Please note if you are not a AusCycling/MTBA member you will need to pay insurance for the day. AusCycling are offering 4 weeks free membership at https://auscycling.org.au/membership/other/free-trial if you haven’t had a membership in the last 3 years.

Alternatively you can sign up for an annual AusCycling membership – a portion of each membership fee goes to the Denmark Mountain Bike Club, helping us run more events like this, and to purchase much needed equipment!

If you have an AusCycling membership you will have to contact AusCycling via mos@auscycling.org.au to enable your MTBA number for entry or you will have to contact AusCycling for Day license refund.

Male Categories: 

  • Under 13
  • Under 15
  • Under 17
  • Under 19
  • Expert
  • Sports
  • Elite
  • Masters 1/2
  • Masters 3/4
  • Masters 5/6

Female Category:

  • ​Open


All participants must wear appropriate safety gear to AusCycling standards
, for example:

 – Full face helmet (No detachable jaw)
 – Elbow pads
 – Knee pads
 – Gloves
 – and any other safety gear desired by participant : goggles , body armour etc.

Due to the nature of the trail, some sections still remain quite steep and rocky. B lines have been provided around major features, but participants will still need to be able to navigate steep, rocky natural features.

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