Apr 18, 2020 - Apr 19, 2020
For more information please email the Race Director/Event Co Ordinator Ben Annear at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Victorian Downhill Series will hit Mt Buller for two days of DH action on Mt Buller's famed tracks! This year's event is hosted by Bike Buller & the Mansfield Mt Buller Cycling Club. Head to the Vic DH website for full details - click here.
Friday April 17
Course available for on foot inspection only (NO RIDING)
Saturday April 18
0800 - 1600 Registration open
0800 - 1000 Course available for on foot inspection
1000 - 1430 Official course practice (ALL GROUPS)
1430 - 1530 Official course practice (NO PRO GROUP)
1530 - 1630 Official course practice (PRO GROUP ONLY)
Sunday April 19
0800 - 0900 Registration Open. (Entries after 0900 will not be accepted)
0800 - 1100 Official Course Practice (ALL GROUPS)
1115 sharp Rider briefing at event central (All riders MUST attend)
1130 Racing Begins
Presentations will be held at the conclusion of the Elite Men’s final
Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 January, 8.30am - 4.30pm
International & Outlaw CLOSED to general riders
Copperhead and Abom DH will remain open to general riders both Saturday and Sunday.
The VDHS is a five race series dedicated to showcasing Victoria’s premiere downhill MTB riders and putting them to the test on some of the State’s toughest downhill trails. Each event is hosted via a local MTBA (Mountain Biking Australia) affiliated MTB club and supported by the Victorian Downhill Series (VDHS) committee.
The Mt Buller Round will take place on the famed International DH trail, easily the resorts most difficult and a long-time favourite of riders. Practice runs will take place on the Saturday and Sunday morning, with the race event proper beginning late Sunday morning with riders having a single run to place their fastest time down the course.
The International DH course descends over 2 kilometres in length and drops a total elevation change of over 250 metres. It is Mt Buller’s most challenging DH trail, containing numerous rock gardens, timber man-made features, wall rides, step downs and even a road gap so spectators can expect plenty of adrenaline filled action over the weekend.
Competition will see in excess of 200 riders compete.
Head to our Bike Buller Recommends page for a list of cycle-friendly accommodation.
There are a range of other accommodation options available including a number of self-contained apartments, comfortable lodges and hostel style beds.