Sunday 6. September 2020
Take every chance. Drop every fear.
If you think you know the Ourimbah MTB gravity trails we’ll prove you wrong in 2020 – 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.
Lots of new things await – we’ve been chatting to the local shuttle operator about shuttles services for Saturday’s practice (only) and on the Sunday we’ll be also using the main fire trail to climb to the very top. Things are looking up for gravity racing on the Central Coast!
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.
Camping is allowed at this venue.
all day Free practice: tracks are marked but there are no marshalls in place.
8 am – 9 am Registration open for Superflow
9 am Rider briefing at event centre
9 am – 10.30 am Practice
approx 10.30 am – 3.30 pm Race runs – you can choose the order in which you do your race runs. The exact start and finish time depends on rider numbers and will be announced at the rider briefing
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
approx. 4.00 pm Ceremony
Accommodation & What’s On
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!