Race Book - Round 2 - Mt Torrens

Here is the rider and spectator information. It’s important you read all of the information here – it will answer almost any question you could possibly have. It is your responsibility to know the rules. 

As always, we rely on volunteer marshals to make these events a success, if you know somebody who would be interested please ask them to contact us. If anyone has friends or family with them who can marshal please encourage them to help.


This year’s race season is brought to you by the following sponsors who have donated a huge amount of awesome swag for us to give away or supported us in some other way. Do these guys a solid and consider them for your next bicycle related purchase.

Major Sponsor

Major Sponsor


Bicycle Fix Muddiest Rider

We have a Krush Bucket of bike cleaning goodness up for grabs for the muddiest rider on race day. To be in the draw, just tell the timing staff when you check in. If you wish to roll in the mud in order to win this prize, so be it!

CushCore Foot Out Flat Out Comp

Do your best Sam Hill impersonation on the final corner of Stage 1, just after you go through the gate, to go into the draw to win a set of CushCore. RF Photographics will be there to capture all the action.

Fast & Furious Stage

Stage 3 - The Mincer - is our Fast & Furious stage this race. The King and Queen of the stage will each win a prize thanks to our major sponsor, Bicycle Fix.

Spirit of Enduro Award

Every event the organisers, marshals, sign on staff and riders witness or hear about outstanding acts of resilience, bravery, kind heartedness and fellowship in the race community. The “Spirit of Enduro Award” recognises these contributions to the community. If you witness the Spirit of Enduro in someone, be they a rider, volunteer, spectator or anyone else just fill in a form in the sign on tent to nominate them and each race we’ll pick a winner.

The Venue

The Race Village

The race is at Mt Torrens Football Oval located on Oval Rd, Mt Torrens. Gates open from 7.30am.

Entries, Results and Series Standings

Results & Series Standings will be published here

Entries for Round 3 are now open, you can enter here

Rider Registration

Each rider must collect their timing chip and race plate (if applicable) from the rider registration tent.

If you raced Round 1, you will already have a race plate, make sure you bring it for this race. If you have lost your race plate, replacements are $10. Every rider must have a race plate to race.

Timing Chips

Please refer to the Rider Information graphic for information on the correct way to  mount your timing chip. Competitors accept a charge of $120 + GST to be made within 10 working days for any timing chip that is lost, damaged or not returned after the event.

Race Plates

Keep your race plate safe and remember to bring it to any future races you wish to participate in. If you lose your race, a replacement is $10. A 5 minute time penalty will apply if you cut or modify your race plate in anyway.


Riders must wear a full-face helmet on race stages. Helmets with a detachable chin bar are acceptable. A helmet must be worn whenever you are riding your bike, including liaison stages. We recommend knee pads, gloves and long sleeves as well.


Riders must be self-sufficient including spares, food and water.

Other useful stuff: spare tube, pump/ CO2 canisters, multi tool, any other tools you think you might need.

The Course

Course Stats

Number of stages: 5 stages except for Elites who get SEVEN!

Length: 8 - 12km

Racing time: 10 - 15 mins

Expected completion: 2 to 3 hours

Course Description - Choose Your Own Adventure!

Stage 1: Ye Olde DH

Stage 2: Yeah Yeah Woo Yeah

Stage 3: The Mincer

Stage 4: You Don’t Gnome Me

Stage 5: Double Down

Elites only must ride Stage 1 and 3 twice

Course Map

Can be downloaded here


Course will be open for practice from 7.45am - 9.30am

Rider registration open 7.45am - 9.30am

Rider Briefing 9.45am

All riders start 10.00am

Presentations 2.30pm

If you are practising while wearing your chip, it is your responsibility to clear your chip at the timing desk before you start racing.

How Does Gravity Enduro Racing Work?

Rider Information

The Rules

It is your responsibility to know the rules. You can view the rules here.


All riders are roving marshals, if you see a rider that has crashed and requires medical attention stay with them, wave down the next rider and get them to contact the marshal at the bottom of the track.  Both riders who have had their stage interrupted will be awarded a re-run.

Marshals at the bottom of each stage will be equipped with a first aid kit for minor injuries, this is for injuries that don’t require the assistance of our paramedic.  It is not an obligation for the marshal to administer first aid if required but may help if they choose.  If a higher level of care is needed the marshal will call for our first aid officer.

 Gravity Enduro SA reserves the right to modify or cancel the event. This includes cancellation of event due to extreme weather, acts of God, violence, civil disobedience and war.
If the event is cancelled we will not be liable for costs of travel fares, hotels, or any other expenses that may be incurred.
It is your responsibility to ensure that the race is going ahead before travelling. We will do our best to inform you if the race has to be cancelled but we do not accept liability if we are unable to contact you. We strongly advise that you check before making travel and accommodation arrangements.
If the event is cancelled we would endeavour to reschedule if possible. Please be aware that we may be unable to refund or part refund any entry fee. We are also unable to transfer your entry to another event.

Kate Holbrook