Inside Line Mountain Bike Club
2024 National DH Round 3 - Eagle MTB Park

Sat, 2 Mar 2024
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Sun, 25 Feb 2024 6:00 PM ACDT
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Fri, 23 Feb 2024 6:00 PM ACDT
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Fri, 01 Mar 2024 9:00 PM ACDT

2024 NATIONAL DH SERIES R3 - EAGLE - THE MIXER (with new bits)



  • Any duplicate accounts will be cancelled. Please don't waste our time as it is your responsibility to access your original Entryboss account.
  • Make sure you have your AusCycling insurance sorted and your Entryboss account matching exactly to you AusCycling account. This includes your AC number, Name and Date of Birth

  • No under 13's - Please don't ask - they are not part of the series guide, and we started restricting under 13's from racing our state and national level events in 2022

  • Pit spaces can be purchased in the link further down the page - dont forget to come back and register to race afterwards!

For this round we are back to Eagle MTB Park on the The Mixer!

Sign in at the caravan when you arrive.


  • All Categories : $150
  • Ebike: $100 (Min age 18)

You must hold the following insurance types:

  • Race Off-Road
  • Race All Discipline
  • Note: Day Licenses and Free Trials are not accepted at national level events


  • 3m wide - $40
  • 6m wide - $80
  • 9m wide - $120
  • Please add a comment when you pay if you are a commercial group so we can make sure the commercial groups are split in their own area from the teams.
  • Pit space is strictly only for tents, parking will be nearby and you will be able to drop off your tents etc during a set time each morning. If you leave your car in the middle of a no parking zone and refuse to move it, we will scrap your race entry. Please dont waste our vollies time!
  • Spaces will be assigned in the week of the event and posted online.

Payment Link:


The race will be held at Eagle Mountain Bike park which is located south east of the city via the freeway to the Adelaide Hills.

Once on the freeway look out for the turn off to the left for Eagle Mountain Bike park. (only a couple of minutes up the freeway).

From there, follow the twisty road up the hill and look out for Inside Line flags. (you will need to drive a bit further up the road to turn back around to here). Then follow the dirt road to the quarry.

Race village will be in the quarry, with parking further up on the mezzanine level.

click here for the location map


Various food vendors will be on site, along with coffee and beer stands.


Local bike mechanic Dave will be in the race village to assist you with any mechanical issues you may have, and will have supplies on hand for sale.


When you arrive, please come to the caravan to get your name checked off and race plate


Caravan rego open 1:00pm to 4.00pm
Track walk with shuttle 1:00pm to 4.00pm
Caravan rego open TBC
Practice Times TBC
Practice / Shuttles TBC
Mandatory Race Briefing TBC
Race Begins
(Categories separated by 30 second gaps)
Racing ends Around 3.15pm
Presentation Normally between 3.20pm to 4.00pm


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 2024 year, you will have to race the under 19 category.

Elite (A-Grade) 19 and older – The cream of the crop!
Masters Old people who should really know better, that racing downhill isnt good for the body
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
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UNOFFICIAL CATEGORIES These ones are more for fun and are not part of the national series
E-Bike Category for E-bikers / health cheats. No shuttles provided. You will be heckled by everyone in the shuttle queue as you ride past and smugly get double the practice runs compared to the 'non cheats' who take a bus back to the top of the hill
Expert (B-Grade) 19 and older – Not quite Elite yet / maybe just a bunch of sandbaggers


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.


All registered racers must have the following:

  • Two working brakes
  • Bar plugs/ends on handlebars
  • Full-face helmet with a fixed non-detachable mouth-piece that satisfies the current Australian or equivalent international standards
  • A jersey or shirt covering the elbows
  • Knees must be covered by full length trousers and/or self-fastening knee or knee/shin guards expressly designed for off-road cycling
  • Fully enclosed shoes
  • Body armour, goggles and neck braces are strongly recommended
  • NO singlets allowed

The following clothing requirements are MANDATORY for riders in the U15 and U17 categories:

  • Knee pads
  • Elbow pads
  • A long-sleeved (full length) jersey or shirt
  • Full-finger gloves

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


Unfortunately we have had to ban racers form the club in the past for being idiots.

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.

Unacceptable Behaviour

  • 'Sledging’ other athletes, officials or event organisers.
  • Excessive use of alcohol, acting in a way that becomes a public nuisance, or creating a public disturbance.
  • Damaging another person’s property or depriving them of that property
  • Not stopping or slowing down when there is a clear issue on the track such as a downed rider to the side of the track
  • Swearing, inappropriate comments or language

Let's be safe, enjoy riding our bikes and have some fun! :-)


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 and refunds

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) .

Refunds are only allowed in the week leading up to the race if you can provide a valid doctors certificate. No exceptions.

No refunds after the scratching cutoff 9.00pm, the Friday 8 days prior to the event for any other reason. 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.

COVID-19 Notice

If you are sick dont attend the event - simple!:

  • you will not attend if you have flu-like symptoms within 14 days of the event
  • you will social distance and observe COVID hygiene practices
  • you will follow all safety guidelines and directions of the event promoter
Entry prices

Online pricing:

Regular Entry

A payment card fee may apply (calculated at checkout).

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