Event overview

  • 2022-07-31
  • 8:30am - 11:30am
  • Nambucca Heads
  • Jacks Ridge Mountain Bike Park
  • Entry fee varies

Calendar event

Hot Laps XC @ Jacks Ridge

HOT LAPS will keep you warm in the winter chill! Join us for a cross-country lap race over a 6km course – categories for both solo and team riders. The course will include the new Home Bake/Ride a White Swan sections before entering Livistona and exiting at the Y Bridge to Growers Lane, then onto Northpipe back to the start. If this means nothing to you, then its time you checked out our amazing new trails!

Enter here: https://entryboss.cc/races/9904


Hot Laps XC @ Jacks Ridge
Categories for all levels:
A Grade – 6 laps
B Grade – 5 laps
C Grade – 4 laps
D Grade – 3 laps
E-bikes – 6 laps
Teams of 2 – 6 laps
Race Fees:
Online Entries – $15.00 per solo rider 19 years and over.
$10.00 for each team rider 19 years and over.
$5.00 for all under 19 solo riders.
$5.00 for each team rider under 19 years of age (junior discount automatically applied based on the age in your EntryBoss Profile. Ages as at 31-Dec-2022).
A note on race licenses:
You must have AusCycling “Race Off-Road” or “Race All Discipline” membership for this event. OR you can buy an Event Day Licence (now $35) OR get a 4 week free trial membership. We recommend the free trial option if eligible, or if you intend to do more racing simply sign up for a full membership. A more affordable option is to pay in monthly installments!
Membership options here: www.auscycling.org.au/membership
Online entries close Saturday 30 July at 2:00pm.
Race day registrations may be accepted at the clubs discretion at an extra cost of $5.00 per rider. Race day registrations will close on the day of the event at 8:30 am. EFTPOS with “contact free payment” is available and is our preferred payment method.
Wet weather policy:
If it looks like being too wet to race we will try to make the call by 6pm on Friday 29 July. If still unsure, we will check again and announce by midday Saturday 30 July.

The Valley Hub acknowledges Gumbaynggirr country, the Ancestors, Elders and Traditional Custodians of the Valley in which we live and work. We thank them for their care of country through time and acknowledge and respect their continuing connection to land, waters and culture.

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