EVENT: Australian Mountain Bike Summit

State: TBA

Cat: am

  • Location


  • When

    Mon 7 December, 2015 -
    Tue 8 December, 2015

  • Format

  • Description

    Mt Buller will host the second Australian Mountain Bike Summit on 7-8 December 2015. This is a critical industry event dedicated purely to the needs of those in the mountain bike space.

    The Summit will unite speakers and delegates from around Australia – supported by a strong international contingent – providing a platform for those active or looking to become involved in the mountain bike industry to discuss topics relevant to the local landscape.

    Following on from the success of the inaugural Australian MTB Summit in 2014, the coming event is expected to again attract a high calibre of participants and true opinion leaders who will be key in driving ongoing mountain bike growth and development across Australia in years to come.

    The two-day Summit program features a range of Australian and international industry experts, including Scot Nicol, founder of Ibis Cycles (USA) and Dave Donaldson, Deputy Mayor at Rotorua Lakes Council (NZ). Speakers will deliver a range of keynote addresses and interactive workshops, enabling you to hear from the specialists, share ideas and ask questions in a collaborative environment. There will also be plenty of time for networking, socialising and, most importantly, riding bikes.

    Mt Buller will officially open its bike trails for the 2015/16 season on 5-6 December – just prior to the Summit – which will include social rides, a film festival and more, giving you the perfect excuse to get to the mountain early and hit Mt Buller’s world-class trails!

  • Entries Open

    Entries are closed.

  • More Info

    Visit http://bike.mtbuller.com.au/index.php for more information.

  • Getting There

    Mt Buller is just 248kms north-east of Melbourne via Mansfield.There are a few different driving routes you can take from Melbourne:
    Plenty Rd via Whittlesea and Yea
    Via the Hume Hwy to Tallarook and Yea
    Via the Maroondah Hwy to Yarra Glen and Yea

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