South Australia’s only 24 hour MTB challenge
24 – 25 April 2021
Venue: Fox Creek Bike Park
Celebrating 20 years of MTB Madness!!!
With 6hr, 12hr, 24hr and 3hr E-MTB options, this is an epic adventure and above all a hell of a lot of fun along South Australia’s finest MTB trails.
When, Where & What
- 24 – 25 April 2021
- Adelaide Hills: Fox Creek Bike Park
- 24hr Challenge
Starts 2pm Saturday
- 12hr Challenge
Starts – 2pm-8pm Saturday PLUS 8am-2pm Sunday
- 6hr Challenge
Starts – 8am Sunday
- 3hr E-MTB Challenge
24hr, 12hr & 6hr categories finish 2pm Sunday, presentations at 2.30pm
3hr E-MTB category finishes 6pm Saturday, presentations at 6.30pm
Entry Categories / Prices
|Entry Category||$ (per/Member*)||$ (per/Non-Member*)|
– Starts 2pm SATURDAY
|Team of 4*|
2pm-8pm SATURDAY PLUS
|Team of 4*|
|Youth Team of 4**||$65||$80|
Starts – 8am SUNDAY
|Youth Team of 4**||$45||$60|
|Dirty Espresso 3HR E-MTB Challenge|
Starts 3pm Saturday
* Riders in Duo or Team of 4 categories share the load, riding relay with only one team member on the track at any one time.
** 12hr and 6Hr Youth Team category for riders aged 14 – 17: A supervising adult must be in attendance at all times. (Riders aged 12 – 14 permitted only with suitable mountain biking experience and prior approval of Event Manager)
What's new in 2021
- Dirty Weekend celebrates 20 years in 2021
- Onsite camping available from 2pm Friday 23 April
- The Dirty Espresso 3hr E-MTB Challenge returns
Sat 24 April 3pm-6pm
- The Schools Challenge Trophy returns
for Youth Team of 4 riders – 12hr and 6hr
- More details coming soon
2021 track details coming soon
Event and Venue Details
Dirty Weekend information
Details coming soon
Dirty Espresso 3hr E-MTB Challenge
Short, sharp and intense like a good Espresso should be and as sweet as you like!!
For those who have joined the growing ranks of E-MTB riders we’ve got a new challenge for you to take on. You might be using some E-assistance but that’s what this challenge is all about.
There’s just a single OPEN SOLO category on offer to test your E-legs over 3 hours of power-assisted pedalling.
E-Bike Rules & Regulations
- E-mountain bikes must comply with South Australian standard relevant to “Pedelec power assisted bicycles” i.e.maximum 250w power output using pedal-assist system only. View SA Compliance Details Here
- Competitors are allowed to use ONE BATTERY ONLY for the event. It is not permitted to carry a spare battery or change batteries during the event.
- Riders should ensure that their battery is fully charged before the start
- Bikes with a separate throttle control are NOT permitted.
- The manufacturers e-bike factory speed limiter must not be tampered with.
- 25kph is the max speed the bike is allowed to travel assisted by battery/motor.
- All sensors are not allowed to be re-positioned or changed from manufacturer’s original position.
- Electronic settings relating to Wheel Circumference must not be tampered with.
Dirty Weekend Schools Challenge Trophy
The Dirty Weekend Schools Challenge Trophy returns in 2021.
Get a group of your school mates together and include your schools name when you register a Youth Team of 4 in either the 12hr or the 6hr event. Points will be awarded for participation and placings.
The school with the highest number of accumulated points at the conclusion of the event will be awarded the Dirty Weekend Schools Challenge Trophy.
We’re always after eager volunteers to assist at the event.
Please contact email@example.com if you’d like to volunteer at the Dirty Weekend in 2020
I loved the flowy trails
Seriously good fun!!!
It hurts so bad every year but it’s easy to want to do it all over again when the event is so well organised and run.