JetBlack Wild Wombat

Unleash your inner, wild spirit and escape the daily grind with a trip to a hidden gem on the NSW South Coast – Eurobodalla!

JetBlack Wild Wombat
Batemans Bay on
30. November and 1. December 2019

Ride “all kinds of natural” in the Jetblack Wild Wombat MTB Event in Batemans Bay in the beautiful Eurobodalla Shire! Rocky Trail returns to the South Coast with a completely new event format across two days! Join fellow MTB riders for an awesome experience riding and racing amongst the natural beauty of tall forests, rivers and beaches.

Beach event centre in town

With its beach event centre right in the heart of Batemans Bay at Corrigans Beach Reserve the Jetblack Wild Wombat kicks off with a “Sand and Dirt Criterium Race” on Saturday evening. Ease into a fun riding and racing weekend and enjoy a beautiful sunset by the river on the bike doing laps on the short track or pick up your number plate for the next day and be right in the middle of all the action.

Lots of fun things to do for the kids with our Cruzee Bike Fleet and fun kids activities – a big playground at Corrigans Beach Reserve is right next to the event centre as well!

Corrigans Beach Reserve (far right corner) with views of Clyde View Holiday Park.

From the beach into the bush

On Sunday it will be all about racing against the clock! The “Wild Wombat Slingshot” lets you chase your personal distance goal on the 7.1 km Dam Loop.

Race format: it’s is all about riding and racing at your own pace!
The race itself is basically an individual time trial on the Dam Loop. The start of the timed section on the Dam Loop will be on the highest point after the first climb and the finish just before the dam wall.

Race start to the first Jetblack Wild Wombat in 2018. Photo:

You can do as many laps on the Dam Loop as you can do until the race cut-off at 3pm. All your lap times will be recorded and we will have a leader board for: Fastest Lap, Fastest 3 Laps and Fastest 5 Laps across a wide variety of age groups.

This will be perfect for racers of all ages and riding preferences: ride to the timed section at your own pace and enjoy the company of your mates and loved ones and then clock in as many race times as you can! Make it a fun day out on the bike with your mates, partner and kids!

About the race track
You can ride to the race track together with your fellow competitors on an un-timed track, which is approximately 6.5 km long. You also have the option to take your car and park at the trail head of the racing circuit near the dam wall, but riding there together will me more rewarding and fun.

Bring your friends and family along!
Discover the beautiful Eurobodalla region – bring your partner and families and stay for the weekend in and around Batemans Bay, the holiday paradise on the South Coast! Find accommodation partners and ideas about what’s on for them in the region while you race on the event website. We will showcase the delicious culinary highlights this region has to offer in the event centre and provide you with lots of ideas about what experiences await you!

#rockytraildestination: Batemans Bay

Unleash your inner, wild spirit and escape the daily grind with a trip to this hidden gem on the NSW South Coast. Immerse yourself in all kinds of natural with a visit to the Eurobodalla with the Jetblack Wild Wombat!

This event is ideal for couples, groups of friends and mates and families especially – free kids activities will be offered for the little ones in the event centre and the older kids can join Mum and Dad out on track to celebrate their achievements with special ‘Wild Shredders’ categories and there is so much to see and do in and around Batemans Bay!

Quite possibly the perfect ‘Bikes and Beaches’ getaway for young, enthusiastic and experienced mountain bikers!

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Event highlights 2018 & Race track photos 2019

In 2018 the JetBlack Wild Wombat was held as a 12 hour endurance event with its event centre at the Eurobodalla Botanic Garden. Here are the race highlights with lots of photos from the race track for 2019, the Dam Loop in Mogo.