“A strong woman looks a challenge in the eye and gives it a wink.”
– Gina Carey
We reckon, those strong women have a certain sparkle in their eyes when they do!
Be ready for events that are loaded with the kind of electrifying energy, which is created when strong women get together to race and let their female spirits soar!
Challenging the experienced. Exciting the passionate. Welcoming the new.
Immerse yourself in a friendly and encouraging event environment! When you’re among ‘fellow Diamonds’ it doesn’t matter if you’re a young or mature outdoor lover, have kids or not, whether you’re into pink or not at all. We bring together women who have just started trail running or riding and might not have ever participated in a timed event before. If you love racing – come and share your passion for trail running and riding and pass on that racing bug!
The next Diamonds event will be a Social Ride at Stromlo Forest Park!
The free Social Ride will be led by the Rocky Trail Crew and is set on the Saturday afternoon before the AMB100 Marathon at Stromlo Forest Park. Maybe the perfect ride to check out the race track for the next day? For the crew it will be an opportunity to finally ride WITH our #rockytrailracers and friends, chatting along the way and being out on the ‘rocky trails’ WITH you.
Schedule & Location
Meet at 2pm at Stromlo Forest Park – look out for the Rocky Trail Rego tent.
Online registration at no cost required so we can plan ahead – après ride gathering at The Handlebar Stromlo, obviously!
Track & Ride options
- Option 1: Diamonds Ride – Juliane & Jo will lead a Women’s Only Ride together with our local Diamonds on some of their favourite trails.
- Ride length 1-2 hours, social riding pace about 10-15km.
- Option 2: AMB100 Ride – Martin and Bob will lead another mixed group out onto the AMB100 Marathon giant circuit (with short-cut options, of course!). Female and male riders welcome!
- 2 hours, ambitious social riding pace 😉 about 20-25km.
Plan your trip & Destination Info
Race and explore the Capital in Spring with us – a huge thanks to the Visit Canberra for their support. Click here for the #rockytrailracer Destination Guide in Canberra with lots of ideas for activities off the race track in and around the City plus two accommodation offers from the Abode Hotel Group as well as the Statesman Hotel.Destination Guide for #rockytrailracers
The Why – Embracing our Yin Energy
The Colour – Who this event is for
The Clarity – Why a social ride this time?
Important: Special COVID-19 Race Rules in place!
All competitors need to sign up online and please note that event Check-In is mandatory for any non-racer incl. spectators and supporter. Media representatives please get your event accreditation by contacting us ahead or get it on the day at the registration desk. Everyone must CHECK IN via the relevant Covid Check-In App with the QR Code displayed at the registration desk in the Rocky Trail event centre. Find App download and state/territory-specific information via our Covid Check-In portal!
What a great day! Juliane and the rest of the crew who made today possible… thank you. I’m a newbie and felt so supported the entire day. The encouragement from everyone, other riders, volunteers, supporters…was so appreciated. The fairy godmothers providing advice on how you tackle those challenges was what I needed to successfully complete the 1st lap. After that I had the confidence to go around again and again, getting faster,smoother and having a blast. A very well organised event and I definitely will do it again. Thank you!!!
I’ve been riding in Rocky Trail Entertainment races now for a couple of years as part of the Pedal 4 Pierce team and loving it. As a woman, I have always found Rocky Trail Racers to be respectful on the trails, but I am especially excited about a women’s only Rocky Trail Entertainment event because of the added feeling of camaraderie that it will bring, as well as potentially enticing more women to try mountain bike racing and hopefully catch ‘the racing bug’! It’d be great to share a podium, or even be knocked off it knowing that I’ve had a genuine race with other like-minded women giving it their best too.
I’ve been a rockytrail racer for a number of years and have seen the events grow, and more so, more women and young girls race! It’s great! More comradery, more women to relate to, and great competition.
We’ve made so many friends racing through Rockytrail events and love the great array of individuals and family that come along to add to the excitement too! There’s nothing better than rocking up to a race knowing there’s going to be at least one person you know & seeing the always smiling crew from Rockytrail Entertainment!
I love to ride MTB with my friends, have lots of enjoyment and laughter. So when looking at a MTB event that incorporated all styles of racing, including my ‘merrymaking’ style, I couldn’t go past Rocky Trail events. I have raced in individual races and relay teams with my buddies, camped overnight in the bush with my family, singing ‘kumbayah’ around the camp fires, never taking life too seriously and just having plain old fun. Gotta love this sport and the people within it. From the support staff through to the owners Juliane and Martin, Rocky Trail has demonstrated they are competent, reliable, professional, well organised, and are passionate in what they do and have an attitude of safety first whilst providing an environment that encourages everyone. You will never feel you are just another number! Thanks Rocky Trail for making my racing experiences a blast!
I love Rocky Trail events. I started as a spectator in 2008 watching my husband and eldest son compete in 24h racing as well as the Grand Prix series. Juliane and Martin always made my family feel welcome. They always made sure my young children had a marshall plate with their favourite number. My young son Rojo has an impressive Rocky Trail bidon collection as well as many trophies, medals and prizes for competing in the kids races. In late 2010 my husband Andrew had an idea that I should get my girlfriends together an enter the 24hour event at DelRio. He coached us for 4 months and 16 girls made it to the start line that year. For some it was their first race. It’s something I will never forget. From there for me came a solo 24h, Grand Prix series and for the past four years the JetBlack 12hour with my buddies. Recently while overseas riding I had an accident. I’m getting better everyday. I’m so excited that we can have our own women’s event in Newcastle. I have lost a bit of confidence, so I’m really looking forward to getting back on the bike and training. Diamonds in the Dirt! Can’t wait!