It's the final round and it all to play for! Points are tight at the top of both the elite men and women tables!
As usual make sure you have already got your race insurance organized before coming to the caravan to check in.
Sign in at the caravan when you arrive.
Mount Gambier - Haig Drive SA 5290
The race village will be in the grass are marked in the map below.
We will post a village map closer to the event as we are still working on where the parking will be due to the recent fires.
Will be supplied by the Rotary Club
Club sponsor Krankin Bike Tech will be in the race village to assist you with any mechanical issues you may have, and will have supplies on hand for sale.
Check the Schedule below for transport and race times.
$15 entry and all proceeds go to Lighthouse Youth Projects.
Sponsored by the Slappage Crew and Aus Museum of Mountain Bike
Full details can be found here
When you arrive, please come to the caravan to get your name checked off and race plate
A Group = Elites and Under 19 B Group = All other groups
|Guided track walk with Head for the Hills||8:30am (at caravan)|
|Caravan rego open||9:15am|
|Saturday Practice - Groups allowed on track|
|Practice - B Group only||10:00am to 11.00am|
|Practice - A & B Groups||11:00am to 1.00pm|
|Practice - A Group only||1.00pm to 2.00pm|
|Practice - A & B Groups||2:00pm to 4.00pm|
|Saturday Charity Race times|
|Get to transport||By 3.30pm|
|Beer drinking commences||4.15pm|
|SUNDAY RACE DAY|
|Practice / Shuttles||8:00am to 10.00am|
|Elites & U19 load transport||10:00am to 10.15am|
|Mandatory Race Briefing||10.15am|
(Categories separated by 30 second gaps)
|Racing ends||Around 3.15pm|
|Megambier Avalanche Club Cup||Around 3.15pm|
|Presentation||Normally between 3.20pm to 4.00pm|
IMPORTANT - Please ensure you select the correct category as jumping between categories during the season is not allowed. Furthermore and following changes to season 2022 please remember one category only per rider each race round! If you are unsure about which one to enter please send us a message on Instagram or Facebook.
Categories are restricted by age and goes by the age you will be on 31 December of the current year. So if you are turning 17 during the 2022 year, you will have to race the under 19 category.
|CATEGORY||Note all categories except hardtail classes have both male and female options|
|Elite (A-Grade)||All Ages – if you think you are up for it, you can race this category|
|Sport (B-Grade)||A category for casual racers, for riders 19 and over as of Dec 31st this year|
|Veterans||If you are 30 to 39 as of Dec 31st this year|
|Masters||If you are 40 to 49 as of Dec 31st this year|
|Super Masters||If you are 50+ as of Dec 31st this year|
|Under 13’s||Minimum age of 10 & no older than 12 as of Dec 31st this year|
|Under 15’s||If you are 13 or 14 as of Dec 31st this year|
|Under 17’s||If you are 15 or 16 as of Dec 31st this year|
|Under 19’s||If you are 17 or 18 as of Dec 31st this year|
|E-Bike||Category for E-bikers. No shuttles provided (fees adjusted accordingly). If under 18 the rider must have a Ebike guardian with them at all times.|
|Junior Hardtail||No older than 18 as of Dec 31st this year AND race a bike with no rear suspension|
|Senior Hardtail||19 or older as of Dec 31st this year AND race a bike with no rear suspension|
|Novice||For first time racers with the club. All ages may race this category once only. Your results will not count towards the end of season tally so if you are aiming to race the season we would recommend racing your normal age category from round 1. A novice entry is single use and cannot be transferred to later rounds even if you miss the round|
|OCCASIONAL CATEGORIES||These categories will only be open at select events, and raced on Saturday after practice|
|Chainless||For all ages but bike must have chain removed|
|Retro||Category for bikes manufactured up to 2005. Max wheel diameter: 26″, Max handlebar width: 680mm|
Full list of categories here: https://insideline.com.au/details/#30
A current AusCycling All-Discipline or Off-Road license is required to ride these events (or a Cycling Australia / MTBA equivalent), primarily for insurance purposes. Bring your license card / digital membership with you to sign-on. https://insideline.com.au/get-involved/
This year we are focusing on getting everyone to help out so please put up your hand to help setup, packup, drive buses, marshall, collect or return trailers etc. The list is endless and we need all the help we can get.
Volunteers are rewarded with a bunch of great things like early entries so you don't miss out on racing, t-shirts, club jerseys, shuttle days and more. Get in touch with us if you would like to help out.
NOTE: The Race Director reserves the right to deem any participants clothing or equipment unsatisfactory. It is up to the participant to ensure they meet the above minimum requirements for the purpose in which they are intended.
We have a strict concussion policy which is simply "if in doubt, sit them out". If concussion is suspected, the rider will not be allowed back on track unless they have a letter from their doctor supporting their return to sport. Riders, mums and dads do not get a say in this decision.
Riders please take care of each other and if you see someone coming off heavily and landing on their head, either knocking themselves out or looking disorientated please take note of their number and chat to them to make sure they dont get back on the bike. Afterwards let someone know of their plate number (track marshals, photographers, caravan crew, transport crew etc)
Link to AusCycling concussion policy: AusCycling concussion policy
What happens if I have concussion: AusCycling concussion return process
Last year two racers were banned for the remainder of the 2021 season and the whole 2022 season.
With that in mind, all competitors MUST conduct themselves in a manner according to our club code of conduct.
The code applies to all people associated with our series. Inside Line wishes to operate in a nondiscriminatory environment where people show respect for others and their property. Please line up nicely at the back of the line, you will all get plenty of runs in.
We also operate in an environment free from harassment of any kind. We are a child-safe club and take our provision of a family friendly environment very seriously. All individuals are expected to show a commitment to Inside Line policies, rules, procedures, guidelines and agreements.
Let's be safe, enjoy riding our bikes and have some fun! :-)
7 x Races held on the follow dates and locations
Ride day: 27 March 2022 - Fox Creek
Round 1: 9/8 of April 2022 - Willunga - Kite
Round 2: 30 April /1 May 2022 - Eagle (Gold Level event)
Round 3: 4/5 June 2022 - Fox Creek - Fast
Round 4: 2/3 July 2022 - Mt Torrens
Round 5: 6/7 August 2022 - Fox Creek - Fame
State Champs: 3/4 September 2022 - Willunga
Round 6: 1/2 October 2022 - Mount Gambier - Wheel Nutz
Entryboss will still take your payment if you are waitlisted - this does not mean you are racing - we will let you know closer to race weekend if you have been entered to race or not.
Entries are capped.
Entered = You are racing Waitlisted = you are in the queue to replace someone who drops out (you have a good chance due to the number of covid cancellations) Waitlisted Doubtful = It is unlikely you will be racing
Scratching: Need to withdrawal from the event? EntryBoss enables a self-serve refund if things change and you can't make the event. Please use the 'Scratch' button to trigger a refund and automatically remove yourself from the startlist, (Please note the scratching cut-off as the button is not available after this) .
No refunds after the scratching cutoff 9.00pm, the Friday 8 days prior to the event. This includes if you crash, break your bike at the event etc as we still have to cover our costs, plus you will have prevented another racer from entering. If we have enough time to switch an entry to a a rider on the waiting list we will do so.
Full list of our cancellation and refund policies can be found here: https://insideline.com.au/details/#10