Launched in 2009, the Act-Belong-Commit Dwellingup 100 has quickly become WA’s largest one day mountain bike race, attracting plenty of newcomers and novices plus some of Australia’s best riders.
Launched in 2009, the Act-Belong-Commit Dwellingup 100 has quickly become WA’s largest one day mountain bike race, attracting plenty of newcomers and novices plus some of Australia’s best riders. Once again we are excited to confirm that this event will be a part of the Western Australian Cross Country Marathon State Series (WA XCM State Series).
The event offers 4 different distance options for riders and 3 for runners (in the Mighty Jarrah Trail Run), including a 6km doggie dash for our best friends to join in on the fun.
Riders and runners who take on the challenge get to experience the best single track and fire trail the region has to offer. Those riding in the name-sake 100km Classic travel a course carefully curated by a team of mountain biking legends and course directors, led by the legendary Tony Tucknott.
Why Dwellingup? Aside from it offering some of the best trails in Western Australia, it’s also a charming little town that’s located just over an hour and a quarter south of Perth.
Dwellingupp is an Aboriginal word that means “place nearby water” – an apt description as it is set amongst beautiful Jarrah and Marri forests and water catchment areas. It’s a leisurely day trip by car but if you’re taking part in the event we recommend you stay on for a few days and enjoy all it has to offer.
AUSCYCLING MTB XCM NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
The Act Belong Commit Dwellingup 100 will host the 2021 AusCycling MTB XCM National Championships. This will see some of the fittest and fastest elite and age group mountain bikers from across Australia head to Dwellingup to compete against one another for that top podium place.
AusCycling MTB XCM National Championship Categories
The AusCycling MTB XCM National Championship categories will include the following:
Elite (19+ years)
Expert (19-29 years)
Masters 1 (30-34 years)
Masters 2 (35 – 39 years)
Masters 3 (40 – 44 years)
Masters 4 (45 – 49 years)
Masters 5 (50 – 54 years)
Masters 6 (55 – 59 years)
Masters 7 (60 – 64 years)
Masters 8 (65 – 69 years)
Masters 9 (70 – 74 years)
Masters 10 (75 – 79 years)
Under 19 (17-18 years)
Please note that there are no championship categories for those under the age of 17.
To be eligible for an award in the AusCycling MTB XCM National Championship, you must have a valid AusCycling membership.
A rider’s category is based on rider age as at December 31st of each calendar year.
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