Welcome to the Victorian Enduro Tour – A series of gravity enduro races held around Victoria.

Each race is conducted by separate organisations who are united by our love of trails and our ambition to provide a popular, well run series where riders can shred some of the best trails in the state.

We are excited to continue the momentum we built up last year with another killer series planned for 2018 – 2019 with confirmed race dates and locations as:

  1. Race 1, 10 – 11 November 2018
    Conducted by the Albury Wodonga MTB Club on the trails at Nailcairn Hill
  2. Race 2, Mt Beauty 22 – 24 February 2019
    Conducted by the Team Mount Beauty MTB Club on the Mt Beauty Trails
  3. Race 3, Shimano Bike Buller Festival, 9 – 10 March 2019
    Conducted by Rapid Ascent on the trails at Mt Buller
  4. Race 4, Falls Creek 30 – 31st March 2019  (NEW DATE)
    Conducted by Falls Creek Resort Management and Cycle Club on their local trails


hat 1 -6Enter at least 3 of the 4 races in the Tour and receive a FREE Vic Enduro Tour trucker cap (sick!). Hats can be collected at race 2 and onwards.)

NOTE: Alpine Gravity (Ben Watkins) will not be conducting any gravity enduros in 2018-2019 so will not part of the series.

Read the Races page for further details on each race, and read the Rules page for details on categories, race requirements and other series information.

We are excited to be cranking up the Tour again and look forward to seeing you at the races to come. Make sure you keep up to date with what’s happening via the Victorian Gravity Enduro Facebook page.

Major photo credits to Matt Rousu


What is Gravity Enduro?

Well it is pretty much everything we love about riding mountain bikes – cruising with your friends and enjoying a good ride together and bombing the descents and being competitive when speeds are high.. get on board!!

Basically a Gravity Enduro race is conducted around a designated course that includes uphills and downhills (like any ride really), but in a Gravity Enduro you are only timed over the designated downhill segments and when you get to the bottom your time is stopped and you can ride at your own pace to the top of the next segment and then race downhill again. These time-out segments allow you to wait for your mates and compare stories and then ride on together in a friendly, social scene until its time to drop the hammer and race downhill again.

Most of the time you need to ride uphill to the top of the next descent but some events also provide either a bus+bike shuttles or chairlift rides to the top of some segments to save you riding all the uphills – happy days! The descents vary in technicality but are generally not as rough or technical as a proper downhill race track and if there are technical sections there is often an easier B-Line so riders of all abilities can get down fine.

So if you have not done a gravity endure before then check out the Victorian Enduro Tour events and join the revolution.


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