Currumbene State Forest "Superbowl" and "Butterfly"
Sun 27 October, 2013 -
Sat 9 November, 2013
100/50/15 Marathon, starting and finishing at the same point
The tranquil waters of Jervis Bay and the township of Callala Beach play host to this classic Australian Mountain Bike Marathon. Starting in 2010, the Stevens Bikes Husky 100 has gained wide spread accolades as the most enjoyable, laid-back and achievable marathon on the Australian MTB Endurance Calendar.
Whilst some compete for a category win or the cash prizes, most ride the Husky to experience the warmth and vibrancy that only “the Husky” can provide. Win a great prize for dressing up, falling down or even riding a bike with a difference. No matter what your reason to ride, each competitor has a chance to pick up a fantastic Stevens Mountain Bike for simply showing up and having a go.
Nestled just a short drive from both Sydney and Canberra, the Stevens Bikes Husky 100 takes advantage of the great single track throughout the Currambene and Nowra State Forests, the likes of Coondoo, Superbowl, and the Butterfly Track – as well as other fantastic trails in the area. The course provides a great contrast of beach and bush, a bit of sand, a bit of mud, and a whole heap of dirty bliss, in a journey that will see you grinning from ear to ear!
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Visit http://www.husky100.com.au for more information.
The Superbowl trail head is located at the intersection of Forest Rd and Tallowood Rd.
From Superbowl trailhead follow Butterfly Rd to the trailhead for Butterfly. Trailhead and track marker signs are currently being installed. Maps available soon.