Here for the Gravel

Courses

40km Mystery Ride (legit name coming soon)
Date: Saturday, 26th March 2022
Time: 1030am
Cost: $60

New to the course line-up is our 'Mystery Ride' (legit name is coming soon). This is the warm up, get those legs turning (and burning) early before you jump on the bike and sip the beers on Sunday. 
What you can expect are mixed surfaces – a combination of bike pathsroad and gravel, some scenic river views, and a hectic incline that will have you off the saddle and pushing. 

The mystery course is suitable for riders of intermediate level and can be completed on mountain bikes (recommended), or gravel bikes. You must be self-sufficient and proficient at changing tyres should the need arise.

 

Dirty130
Date: Sunday, 27th March 2022
Time: 7am
Cost: $140

So much awaits the course veterans and unassuming newbies. In 2022, the picturesque and challenging course will see more gravel, a tiny bit more climbing and even more on-farm trails (through private property). It is a given that the infamous Dead Camel Lane (the wildest gravel sector on course) will feature and leave an impact (on your butt and rubber). It all ends with a roll back home on the black stuff. We'll have you at the festival holding a cold brew in hand in no time.

 

Filthy50
Date: Sunday, 27th March 2022
Time: 830am
Cost: $70

In a nutshell, the Filthy50 is a top, enjoyable ride that has its challenges, with some little pinchy climbs on rural sealed and un-sealed roads.  Be warned though, it's a good gravel hit out that typically leaves riders with an appetite to take on the Dirty130 in future years.

The Filthy 50km course is suitable for riders of intermediate level and can be completed on mountain bikes, road bikes or gravel bikes. You must be self-sufficient and proficient at changing tyres should the need arise.