|Date||Saturday, 18 August 2018|
|Online Entry Closing Date||Midday Friday, 17 August 2018|
|Late Entries||Event morning at Dwellingup Football Oval ONLY if spots are available|
|Distances||*100km Classic, Super 70km, Dwellingup 40km, D14km (note: *course distances vary each year. Click here for more info)|
|eTickets (for pack collection)||Emailed Friday afternoon before the event. Print your e-ticket or show it on your smart phone.|
|Pack Collection||Dwellingup Visitors Centre
Friday 17th August from 5.30pm to 7.00pm (strictly) OR event morning at the Dwellingup Football Oval Clubrooms from 6.45am.
Note: Pack collection closes 15 mins prior to the start of each race
It is the participant’s responsibility to read the following before registering:
The Act-Belong-Commit Dwellingup 100 is conducted under the guidelines of Mountain Bike Australia (MTBA) and therefore the Race Rules apply. Please make sure you are aware of these rules prior to event day.
Mountain Bike Australia Technical Regulations – Click Here to view.
XCM National Series Regulations – Click here to view.
E-Bikes are not permitted on course for any distance.
The following prize money will be available for the 100km Classic event:
Open First Place Male & Female – $500.00
Open Second Place Male & Female – $250.00
Open Third Place Male & Female – $150.00
Participants racing as part of the National XC Marathon Series will be racing for points to the overall series competition and will compete for a prize purse of $10,000, with the Male & Female winners of the series taking $2,000 each.
If you have an athlete that is under the minimum age required to participate in one of the Act-Belong-Commit Dwellingup 100 events, and wish to seek special permission, the following conditions must be met:
- Approval from a minimum Level 2 Qualified Coach
- Have been training with the coach for a minimum of 6 months
- Approval from parent/guardian
Depending on the age gap (from the minimum required by MTBA and the age of the participant), the Act-Belong-Commit Dwellingup 100 reserves the right to not allow participation even if all the criteria above is met, if it is deemed that the age gap is too large.