MTBO Double Header at Torquay and Anglesea – Sunday 17 March

This year’s Vic MTBO Series starts with an exciting Sprint & Middle Distance double-header on Sunday, 17th March. Starting with a Sprint event on a new map at Spring Creek in Torquay and followed with a Middle Distance race 10 minutes down the road in Anglesea using the Eumeralla map.

Pre-enter by midnight Tuesday 12 March.

There will be limited Enter-On-the-Day entries permitted, and there will also be electronic card payment available for entry fees. If you are planning to enter on the day, please contact Heather at lesgav(at)gmail.com or ph. 0418 875 200 and let her know your name and the course you want to ride so that we can ensure there are enough maps.

There will be 4 different distance “line” courses to choose from, or for those who prefer the Summer 75 style events, a “score” course is also available at each event. There will be a short small children’s course at Torquay too.

The assembly for the Anglesea event will be at the Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie which will be an awesome location for some between-race refreshments or lunch.

Enter now HERE
Torquay Sprint Info flyer  – Anglesea Middle Dist Info flyer

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