Distances Individual MTBA  Member Day Licence Cost (for Non Members)
100km Classic $140 $20
Super 70km $105 $20
Dwellingup 40km $85 $20
D14km $45 $5
Schools XC MTB Championship $45 $5
Forces Challenge (Team Fee) $310 $20

^ Entry Fee is based on participant being a Mountain Bike Australia (MTBA) Member. If you are not a member, you are required to pay the additional Non MTBA Member Day Licence Fee on top of the Entry Fee.

100km Classic*

The 100km Classic will again be part of the National Cross Country Marathon (XCM) Series as well as WA’s State Marathon Championship (click here to see the events in the Series via the MTBA website).

This distance is a great event for those looking for the ultimate mountain biking challenge. Our course director, Tony Tucknott, is a passionate mountain biker (to say the least) and is always considering the mountain bike experience above anything else.

*Note: Course distance varies slightly each year. The official course measurement for the 2018 100km Classic is 105km.

The course map will be available closer to the event.

Super 70*

The Super 70 event is the newest addition to the Act-Belong-Commit Dwellingup 100 and now in its third year, it has grown to become the most popular distance in the Act-Belong-Commit Dwellingup 100.

The Super 70km will be a race in its own right. Following the first lap of the 100km Classic, the course will take participants through the iconic Turner Hill and through the Marrinup Loop.

*Note: Course distance varies slightly each year. The official course measurement for the 2018 Super 70 is 69km.

The course map will be available closer to the event.


The D40km provides a great challenge for everyone as it includes all of mountain bikings special features. The 40km course follows the second lap of the 100km event.

With the addition of the 60km event at the Act-Belong-Commit Dwellingup 100 in 2016, the Dwellingup 40km moved to a 12pm start time.

*Note: Course distance varies slightly each year. The official course measurement for the 2018 D40km is 43km.

The course map will be available closer to the event.


The D14km event is a great introduction to mountain biking. It has two components – a race and a participation ride. New in 2017, all participants in the D14 will now receive a participation medal!

The D14km event is the State School Mountain Biking Championship and provides talented mountain bike riders the opportunity to be recognised as WA’s best in their age category.

This event is also a participation event, providing an opportunity for those who are new to the sport to experience the real deal trails and tracks, with the support of experienced riders around them. The lead and tail bikes escort riders throughout the course, making sure no one is left behind. Support riders among the group also provide tips and tricks to those who are new.

The course map will be available closer to the event.

State School Mountain Biking Championship

Students aged 12 – 18 can enter the D14km event and ride as part of their school as part of the State School Mountain Biking Championship. This allows students to be eligible to be recognised as WA’s best in their age category

The Forces Challenge

Is a category aimed to get the team spirit up and riding!

The Forces Challenge is aimed at mountain bikers who work within the ‘forces’ industry = Police, Fire Department, SAS, Army, Navy, Air Force etc. They will compete in teams of four completing the D40km race. The team with the lowest combined time will win the D100 Forces Challenge Perpetual Trophy.

Notes for entry into the forces challenge:

  • All team members must work for the same organisation, however they do not need to work in the same department. E.g.  the team could be made up of administration staff, field officers and management.
  • Teams can be made up of males, females or a combination.
  • Teams may have one DNF rider and still qualify for the overall prize; the DNF rider will be given a time of 4hrs and a DNF marked next to their name.

Individual participants within each team may, if they wish, complete the 100km Classic. To do so, those individuals will be required to pay a ‘top up’ fee (by adding it to their online registration). Individuals who do nominate to ride the 100km will be asked to start in the 100km start group (to allow maximum time to complete the full course) – the 40km split time will go toward the team time also, however due to course changes that occurred in 2015 the 40km loop is the second loop that riders will complete this year. This means that you will have completed 60km before continuing on to do the 40km loop which is the loop time that goes towards the Forces Challenge.

Event Policy

It is important that all participants are aware of the event policy including information on refunds, transfers and the event weather policy. Click here to view the event policy.

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