Thredbo Mountain Bike Race Season 2014
Posted on Monday, 10th of February 2014
The Mountain Bike Race season is set to kick off in Thredbo with Round 3 of the National Series Downhill on February 21st. Tegan Molloy is one of Thredbo’s local riders who will be bringing it all to this event which will see Australia’s best downhill riders competing on the legendary Cannonball Run. Tegan came 3rd in the World Cup Downhill Series. At only 17 she has a bright future in the sport. The Cannonball is renowned as the pinnacle downhill event in Australia and riders who take home the trophy from this race also get the kudos of being a Cannonball Winner.
The next race on the calender is the 17th Australian Interschools Championships with hundreds of students from around country competing in Thredbo on the weekend of 14-16 March. Riders will compete in 4 events, the downhill, dual slalom, cross country and pump track. With the Kosciuszko Flow track and Thredbo’s new pump track well bedded in after a year of use, riders are looking forward to a big weekend.
The final race for the season is the first round of the NSW/ACT State Series Rocky Trails Downhill Roller Coaster on the weekend of April 12-14. You can book on our 3rd night free accommodation offer for all of these events with rates starting from as low as $98 per person for a 3 night stay in a group booking of 4 or more.
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