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The emphasis is on fun at Cape to Cape, with the riders navigating exhilarating forest trails, back country and coastline in the south western tip of Australia.

Cape to Cape MTB was first held in 2008 and now, over a decade later, it now holds the title as Australasia’s longest running and biggest MTB multi-stage endurance race.

The grand plan, from year one, was to introduce a new major mountain biking event to the magnificent South West of Western Australia, one that engaged the community, showcased the fabulous countryside and something that riders would enjoy and return to year after year. From the outset this event was to be more “a ride not a race” but even the most social riders can’t help but get caught up in the rivalries that four days of stage racing brings out in friends and strangers alike. Many return to catch up with those they’ve met and ridden with in previous years. Sharing stories and a beer after each days race is as much a part of the experience as time spent in the saddle.

The trails do not require a high level of technical ability and comprehensive trail marking ensures that navigation skills are not required; the only riders we’ve ever lost turned up ‘stuck’ at a local winery soon after. With multiple check ins and water points included, riders are well looked after. Each day’s racing finishes at the event village with local hospitality on offer. Every stage is unique and will be super enjoyable with the final day starting and finishing at the renowned Colonial Brewery, the perfect place to celebrate achieving something truly epic!

Cape to Cape News

After four days and more than 200km of the toughest and fastest racing the iconic Cape to Cape MTB stage race has ever seen, it was a happy, dusty and beat up group of riders who rolled across the finish line at the Margaret River Distilling Co.

Hundreds of bikers heading across a path near a lake [Cape to Cape]

LEARNING NEW TRICKS AND PICKING UP STICKS AT CAPE TO CAPE

By Epic Series 10/18/2019, 2:45pm HST

Cape to Cape’s 76km Boranup Forest stage tested riders to the limit, producing some remarkable efforts and a few upsets, as the iconic four day stage race reached the halfway point.

Two bikers posing in front of Cape Leeuwin lighthouse [Cape to Cape]

RECORD SET AND PACE ON AT CAPE LEEUWIN

By Epic Series 10/17/2019, 2:45pm HST

Since 1895, the Cape Leeuwin lighthouse has had its fair share of historic moments but none like this, with a record of more than 1 300 mountain bikers assembling to tackle this iconic stage, and kick off the MTB celebration that is Cape to Cape.

Lehmann and Anson-Smith posing on some dark red clay roads [Cape to Cape]

ROK’D UP – DESTINATION CAPE TO CAPE

By Epic Series 10/09/2019, 8:00pm HST

There are many ways to prepare for Western Australia’s iconic four day MTB stage race Cape to Cape,

Jon Odams racing through the forest [Cape to Cape]

DYNAMIC DUO READY FOR EPIC SERIES TEST IN THE WEST

By Epic Series 10/04/2019, 8:00pm HST

Sydney’s MTB quiet achiever Jon Odams likes to keep a low profile and stay under the radar, that is until the cranks start turning and the mud starts to fly

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