EVENT: Pin it 2 Win it

State: VIC

Cat: dh

  • Location

    Mt Baw Baw Alpine Resort
    Baw Baw, VIC

  • When

    Sat 30 November, 2013 -
    Sun 1 December, 2013

  • Format

    1 day practice runs, 1 day timed runs

  • Description

    The beginning of December marks the official opening of our summer season at Mt Baw Baw!

    DH1 OPEN DAY
    SATURDAY
    Mt Baw Baw MTB Opening Weekend. Come and ride our re-vamped downhill mountain bike track for the first time this season. Our Shuttle will be running all day on the Saturday & Sunday, purchase your shuttle and trail pass from the Adventure Hub on mountain (On Sunday the DH1 track will only be open to Pin it to Win it entrants). We have decided to open our DH1 track earlier this year, so shredders can make the most of our DH1 track and cross country trails over summer!

    PIN IT 2 WIN IT
    SUNDAY
    This is a Downhill MTB race with a difference! Not the fastest rider on the mountain? No worries! This race is all about consistency, the rider with the smallest split over the 2 runs wins! Come for practice on the Saturday, then lay it on the line for race day Sunday.
    Please note: On Sunday the DH1 track will only be open to Pin it 2 Win it entrants.

    $60 for entry includes: (2 timed runs), 2 day shuttle pass (Saturday + Sunday) & 20% off shuttle voucher for the summer season

    PRIZES
    $500 MEN WINNER
    $500 WOMENS WINNER
    + Product Prizes for Youth Category

    Bike hire available from the Adventure Hub on mountain (subject to availability, we recommend calling ahead to book in advance)

    The Village Restaurant will be open all weekend as well as the Alpine Bar on Saturday night with a DJ!

    REGISTER ONLINE NOW!

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  • More Info

    Visit http://mountbawbaw.com.au/events/summer-opening/ for more information.

  • Getting There

    Your Mt Baw Baw adventure is merely a 2.5 hour drive from Melbourne, 1 hour from the heart of Gippsland, and 3 hours from the Mornington Peninsula. Don’t rely on your GPS! Some GPS systems don’t work well in the region.

    For a detailed map & directions : http://mountbawbaw.com.au/plan-your-trip/getting-here/by-car/

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