Sat 23 January, 2016 -
Sun 24 January, 2016
The Victorian Downhill Series will hit Mt Buller on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 January for two days of downhill action on Mt Buller’s famed trail, International.
Round three of the series will take place at Mt Buller on the acclaimed ‘International’ track, which is easily the resort’s most difficult and a long-time favourite of riders. The track is over two kilometres in length and sees riders descend a total elevation of over 250 metres. The challenging downhill course contains numerous rock gardens, timber man-made features, wall rides, step downs and even a road gap, which promised to give spectators plenty of adrenaline-filled action over the weekend.
Friday, 22 January: Course available for on-foot inspection only (no riding available)
Saturday, 23 January:
0800 – 1600 Registration Open
0800 – 1000 Course available for on foot inspection
1000 – 1430 Official course practise (ALL GROUPS)
1430 – 1530 Official course practise (NO PRO GROUP)
1530 – 1630 Official course practise (PRO GROUP ONLY)
Sunday, 24 January:
0800 – 0900 Registration Open. (Entries after 0900 will not be accepted)
0800 – 1100 Official Course Practice (ALL GROUPS)
1115 Rider Briefing at event central (All riders MUST attend)
1130 Racing Begins
Presentations will be held at the conclusion of the Elite Men’s final.
o Saturday 23rd January: The following trails are closed to non-competitors 10:00am – 4:00pm:International, Yellow Post and Outlaw Express.
o Sunday 24th January: The following trails are closed to non-competitors 8:00am – 4:00pm:International, Yellow Post and Outlaw Express.
For more information on the Victorian Downhill Series and to enter online, visit www.vdhs.com.au.
Entries are closed.
Visit http://bike.mtbuller.com.au/national.php for more information.
Mt Buller is just 248kms north-east of Melbourne via Mansfield. In three hours you can be out of the city and high in the mountains! There are a few different 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
Travelling from the north, follow the Hume Hwy south and take the Mansfield exit onto the Midland Hwy (B300). To get here via the most direct route using Google Maps and GPS, it is best to set your destination to Yea, then once you are in Yea set it for Mansfield, then Mt Buller from Mansfield.