RRR Mountain Bike Challenge 2013
Even before Cairns hosted the 1996 MTB World Championships, The iconic Triple RRR (Rural, Rainforest & Reef) cross country event was in its 5th year. The Triple R mountain bike race is the longest running 'point to point' race in Australia. First run in 1991 the race has run consecutively for 22 years.
The race has been run as club events, Queensland Cross Country Championships and a round of the Australian National Series. Previous winners include Scott Stewart (AUS National Champion), Michael Ronning (AUS Downhill Champion) and 5 times winner Dave Wood.
With around 400 local, national and international entrants racing through North Queensland's diverse terrain last year, 2013 aims to increase entrant numbers and international exposure with the 35 km Classic RRR and a 70km Endurance RRR.
In this visually spectacular race, three diverse terrains are dominated. Adventure at its best!
Entries open online now.
Entries will close online at 5pm Friday the 24th of May, unless sold out prior.
Late entries will be available on the day (with a late fee), unless sold out prior.
Date: 2 June 2013
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