Race 3 | Ourimbah NSW | 05.09.2020

Take every chance. Drop every fear. Superflow racing is your mountain bike life with the volume turned up!


You know those perfect weekend rides with your besties? Fanging around with the little shredders? Always wanted to get your ‘other half’ to go racing with you? You love riding and exploring those trails together, meeting other riders and chatting about bikes and life, then racing each other absolutely smashing it down your favourite descent? Then you will love the our Superflows, because with us you can RACE THE WAY YOU RIDE!

If you think you know the Ourimbah MTB gravity trails we’ll prove you wrong in 2020 – Thanks to the local club building and upgrading the pretty much the entire gravity and cross-country trail network as well as trail head area, things are looking up for mountain bike racing on the Central Coast!

What is Superflow racing?

Race the way you ride.

These events truly are unique Australia-wide!

What’s the challenge? Within a set timing window you complete a set of timed race stages, which are predominantly downhill – the faster you go, the more challenging it gets! Each event is a stand-alone event and you can also collect series points.

Who can race it? We offer an awesome day out to a wide range of riders through our broad race categories – from elite to amateur racers to families with juniors, couples and groups of friends riding together. Put on your race face – all your race pics are included in the entry!

No start order! You ride to the starts un-timed and you can pick the order in which to tackle the race tracks, which makes this event social and action-packed at the same time!

How does it work?

Pick-up race plate

Read the online rider briefing ahead of the race and on the day pick up your race number from the rego desk.

Ride to start un-timed

You ride to the starts un-timed, which means you can spend all day together with mates, your partner or the junior frothers!

No start-order!

No worries! We have a flexible timing system so you can pick yourself when to race which stage – up to 5 runs on each!

LIVE timing

Start and finish of each race stage is automatic; we will have marshalls in place. Cross the line, check your result on your phone!

All Fox Superflows are stand-alone races and all riders are welcome. You can also collect points for an overall series ranking throughout the season – details will be sent out via the Rider Briefing ahead of each race.

Our COVID-19 Response

Special COVID-19 measures in place

Race day Saturday & Sunday*

Up to 5 runs of EACH track!

Fastest run counts, LIVE results.

What people love about the Superflow races is that they normally get to practice all day Saturday. With the COVID-19 measures this will change slightly and we will be racing on both days, Saturday AND Sunday in some venues*. You can select your preferred day when signing up.

What will not change is that you can still do up to 5 race runs on each track! You can also still pick the order in which you complete your race runs.
Your fastest run on each track counts and there are LIVE results! Cross the line, pull out your phone and see how you went!

IMPORTANT: Event accreditation is mandatory for any spectator, supporter or media. You must sign up via the race portal (free admission, but limited spots)!

Why you will love it!

Ride.

Explore the trails together, make it a MTB weekend away! The race tracks are mostly downhill – the faster you go, the more challenging it gets!

Race.

On race day you complete a set of timed race stages within a set timing window. You ride to the starts untimed though, which makes this event social and action-packed at the same time!

Your way.

There are no start orders, which means you can spend all day together with mates, your partner or the junior frothers! Racers of different ages and riding preferences will have a blast! Together.

Whatever category you’re in – perfect for families, groups of mates and couples of different ages and riding preferences! Who’s going to clock in the fastest time?

Important: Special COVID-19 Race Rules in place!

We are adapting our original Superflow format slightly to comply with COVID-19 regulations and manage event participant traffic. – All competitors please sign up online and please note that event accreditation is mandatory for any spectator, supporter or media. You must sign up via the race portal (free admission for visitor accreditation, but limited spots)!

Location

Ourimbah MTB Park, Ourimbah State Forest – Red Hill Road, Yarramalong, Wyong

This is Rocky Trail’s ‘home trail’ which gets looked after by the CCMTB club in cooperation with the Forestry Corporation. Camping is allowed at this venue.

INFO: How to get there

Take the F3 from Sydney, take the Wyong turnoff, turn left and follow the road to the T junction. Turn left towards Yarramalong for a couple of km’s and Red Hill road will be on your left as you come down the first hill.

From the North take the F3 and exit at the Sparks Rd / Toukley off ramp and turn right. After 300 metres at the T junction turn left onto Hue Hue Rd. Follow this to the T junction. Turn right towards Yarramalong. Red Hill Rd is a couple of Km’s on your left as you come down the first hill.

DETAILS: Race tracks

The local Central Coast MTB Club has been investing the majority amount of fees accumulated from Rocky Trail events over the past few years and a considerable local community grant not only into trail maintenance, but also building. It’s huge stuff! It’s massive! – We will start from the very top thanks to a humongous and well-built bridge structure.

More details on trails used for this event coming soon.

Schedule

Saturday

8.30 am – 1 pm Registration open
9 am – 3.30 pm Practice runs
3.30 pm Last Race Run

Sunday

8.30 am – 10 am Registration open
approx. 9 am – 3.30 pm Race runs – you can choose the order in which you do your race runs.
3 tracks – 1 run on each track – you get up to 5 runs per track and the fastest counts.
3.30 pm Last Race Run

Destination & Plan your trip

For more information about accommodation on the Central Coast and What’s On, visit the Central Coast Visitor Information page.

Because the Rocky Trail founders have been living on the Central Coast, they have put together some visitor information for cyclists – check out the blogs!

Central Coast Visitor Information for #rockytrailracers


Do you have any questions?

Talk to us via our online chat – click on the orange circle symbol on your bottom right screen corner and we’ll be right with you! (We always love talking bikes, racing and riding!)