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Cape to Cape MTB

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Event type:
MTB Stage
Entries open:
Event dates:
15 Oct 2020 - 4 day event
± 47 weeks until event
Race Organiser:
Race Director:
Jason Dover

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Set to an iconic backdrop of world famous surf beaches, private farmlands, rocky outcrops and national forests, Cape to Cape MTB is fun and challenging for riders of all levels, from recreational to competitive.
The Cape to Cape MTB was first held in 2008 to a field that only reached about 100 participants. Nine years later it now holds the title as Australasia’s biggest MTB multi-stage endurance race with our biggest field going over 1400 competitors last year.

Did you know the Cape to Cape MTB has a sister event over in the Newcastle region of New South Wales?
Port to Port MTB
The Port to Port MTB follows the same basic but successful principles as the Cape to Cape MTB; four days of mind-blowing trails in the best corners of the country designed for participants to discover true sportsmanship, form new friendships and bring home an unrivaled sense of achievement.The third annual Port to Port MTB will be held from Thursday 26 – Sunday 29 May, 2016.

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Season: Spring

Route Information



Mountains, sand, beach, awesome single track and motorbike trails.

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Stage details

Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse to Hamelin Bay
Hamelin Bay to Xanadu Winery
Xanadu Winery to Colonial Brewery
Colonial Brewery to Dunsborough Country Club

Entry Fee details

Entry pp R$440 to $440 / AUD440

The full four day ride takes place from Thursday 20 October to Sunday 23 October, 2016. Registration fee: $440.00

Race reviews
It was a race to the finish at the Cape to Cape MTB as overall leader Mark Tupalski fought to keep his 23 second lead over travel mate Kyle Ward.

The two got out of Middle Earth in a breakaway with Paul Van Der Ploeg and local champ Craig Cooke. It was each to their own until Ward broke away from Tupac out of Yelverton on the tail of former XCE world champ Paul Van Der Ploeg who was driving the pace out front. Cooke crossed over as they entered Meelup but Tupalski could not hold on and faced a 30 second gap as they plummeted down the pea gravel single track toward the finish.

Ward sensed the chance and drove away to claim a one minute stage win over Tupalski and steal the yellow jersey and the 2015 winners title in the most dramatic finish ever seen at the Cape to Cape MTB. Close behind, Peta Mullens cemented herself in Cape to Cape MTB history by claiming victory of all four stages for the ladies.
THAT’S RIGHT: the home of Cape to Cape MTB has had a 38 per cent increase in cycle tourism-related trips to WA’s South-West over the past five years! So what are you waiting for? Secure your position for Cape to Cape NOW!
Cape to Cape MTB 2012 is over for another year, and this time Flow was on hand to experience everything this magnificent West Australian stage race is all about. Watch our two part video to join the adventure.
Cape to Cape. Western Australia’s finest mountain bike stage race is over for yet another year with Mark Tupalski and Bec Henderson taking out overall honours. We were lucky enough to take part in a stage ourselves, the third, as part of our introduction to Shimano’s new XTR Di2 and mechanical offerings and we can tell you the trails are amazing. The videos are too, but don’t take our word for it have a watch through for yourselves.

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