The 2023 AusCycling MTB Enduro National Championships will be returning to Red Hill, Victoria on 12-15 October.
This location offers a variety of hand-cut trails, with plenty of natural tree root and rock gardens scattered throughout the network to bring a smile to your face as you descend. Great draining sandy soil, combined with just under 310m of elevation, plenty of technical descents and steep liaison climbs will keep riders honest. The Red Hill region is located on the slopes of Arthurs Seat, on the Mornington Peninsula approximately 80km from the centre of Melbourne.
As we return to Red Hill in 2023, AusCycling has listened to your feedback and will be implementing a number of changes that include:
Riders must be covered by AusCycling insurance while participating in the event through either a AusCycling Off-Road Membership or AusCycling All Discipline Membership. No temporary memberships are permitted for this event. Further information regarding AusCycling memberships can be found at the following link: https://auscycling.org.au/membership
Entry Process: Entries are now closed.
*Refer to Technical Guide
Course Maps: Event Course can be seen on Trailforks
Junior riders (U15 and below) will not do Stage 2
Adaptive riders will receive maps via email.
Liaison times will be reviewed after day 1 practice.
National Champion jerseys will be awarded to all National Championship categories.
Medals will be awarded to the top 3 (1st, 2nd, 3rd) in all National Championship categories.
Any working media wishing to photograph or cover the 2023 AusCycling MTB Enduro National Championships will need to fill out the below media form for approval.
Any questions relating to accreditation email: [email protected]
As a National Championship this event is registered as a UCI World Cup Qualifier for U21 Men and Women, Elite Men and Women. Winners are provided a 'Golden Ticket' to participate in the UCI World Cup in that category.
The event also provides UCI Points for the Qualifier categories (U21 and Elite).
A number of changes have been made for the 2023 edition including:
Yes. The park will be open the week leading up to the event. Parts of the "Championship" courses will be closed at times for course maintenance, markings/setup, etc. However, there should be other trials you can ride on during this time.
E-Mountain Bike events are open to all riders aged 19 and over and include Masters categories
In order to be eligible for the 2023 MTB Enduro National Championships, the rider must be aged 14 or above.
Ian Harwood - MTB Events Operations Manager: [email protected]
Dale Percy - Head of Events - Off Road: [email protected]