2018 Victorian MTBO Championships – 17-18 March, Creswick. Entries are now open!

2018 Victorian MTBO Championships, 17-18 March, Creswick

Entries now open on Eventor for all Vic Champs events.
Bulletin 2 has also been released with all of the latest details.

These championships are shaping as something very special. Make sure you book them in. The Sprint and Middle events will be on new MTBO maps and the Long will feature the classic Creswick Forest trails that featured in the 2004 World MTBO Champs. The Sprint will be in the Resort and Golf course, with plenty of MTB trails, golf cart tracks and open fairways featured that is sure to be a fantastic challenge and great fun to ride. The Middle is in the Creswick Diggings area and includes many navigational challenges through the old mining areas and a variety of tracks roads and paths.

The event centre will be the RACV Goldfields Resort at Creswick with all events, Sprint, Middle and Long, starting and finishing at the resort.
It could be a one stop shop for the weekend with a special 2 night accommodation package (read Bulletin 1) being offered to us by the resort, and the Saturday Night Championships Dinner will also be at the resort utilising one of the resorts spectacular dining rooms. Wherever you decide to stay, we strongly recommend that you book your accommodation soon as there is a major event on in Ballarat that weekend.

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