My Next Challenge helps you find your next mountain biking event in Australia. Whether you are looking for your next race or multi day endurance event, this is the place to find your next mountain bike ride.
30 Mountain Bike events
Mitas Terra in the Berra is a 3 day mountain bike event held in Canberra. Day 1 begins with an XCO race at Majura Pines with the option to choose one 7. 5km lap or take on three laps and 22. 5km.
The AMB 100 is a mountain bike race held in Stromlo Forest Park in Canberra. Riders can choose to take on 1, 2, 3 or 5 laps of the 25-28km circuit.
The Great East Rail Trail Ride is a fully supported three day cycle ride along the East Gippsland Rail Trail. Each day has a riding distance of 30-40 kilometres with extra riding available for those who want it.
DIRT is a 4 stage, 3 day MTB, Gravel, CX and Superbike challenge taking place in Nannup, Western Australia from the 4-6 October 2019.
Australia’s only mass start, snow dirt road enduro returns to the slopes of Falls Creek in 2019.
Life Cycle for CanTeen is a charity biking challenge in Western Australia which raises funds for young people dealing with cancer in their family. The Life Cycle OffRoad challenge will next take place from the 5-7th October 2019.
The Gears and Beers Festival in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales is a must do event for cyclists around the country who enjoy a quality beer at the end of a ride.
Celebrating its 25th year in 2019, the Crocodile Trophy is one of the toughest and definitely the most legendary MTB stage race in the World and has its home in the heart of one of the most beautiful holiday destinations on earth: Tropical North Queensland in Australia.
The Cape to Cape is a four stage, four day mountain bike challenge covering 212km and 2,500m of climbing over the four days. The event is held in Margaret River, Western Australia riding from Cape Leeuwin lighthouse and finishing at the Colonial Brewery back at Margaret River.
The Mongrel Classic MTB event has been designed by single track fans. . . for single track fans. The 12km 'Pony' event is ideal for less experienced riders and the 60km 'Full' ride will offer plenty of turns, drops, climbs and jumps for the more experienced rider.