Mt Clarence Downhill Track – Albany, WA
Saturday 4th of March to Sunday 5th of March.
Presented by the Albany Mountain Bike Club

Great weekend of riding! Heaps of fun! Come along to race or just to spectate.

Registration here:: https://online.mtba.asn.au/ERegister.aspx?E=3553

PLEASE NOTE:
All participants and spectators are also required to park in designated car parks and not by the side of the road. In some cases this will require participants to park at the bottom of the hill and bring their bike and race equipment up on foot. The City of Albany has enforced parking rules on the Mounts before, fines may be incurred.

Changes to Single Crown Rules:
The Single Crown category remains, but is now OPTIONAL. Riders with single crown bikes my opt to rider in the appropriate open/age group category, or in the Single Crown class.
Note if you change categories throughout the season points will not be transferable.

Saturday rego and practice
Late Rego will be open 11am – 3pm on Saturday. $20 late fee will be charged.
Practice: Track open 11.30am – 4pm Saturday (Depending on Marshals).

Sunday rego and race
Late rego will be open 8am-9am $20 late fee will be charged.
Practice will be open from 8am-10:30am
Racing 11am-3pm

Prices
Avoid disappointment & incurring a $20 late fee on track side rego by registering online early.
If you cannot do online rego please notify the Club prior so you do not incur the late fee.
Senior club members $80
Junior club members $60 (U13, U15 & U17)
Proof of Licence needed – MTBA Card or please show your receipt if you have done it recently
MTBA/Day licences apply for non-members: $25
Online registration closes on: Thursday 2nd of March at midnight (WA time)

Volunteers will be required to make this round happen!
Bring a Volunteer and receive ½ price registration or cash refund for the event.
Please let us know if you are bringing a volunteer.

Conditions of entry.
If you do not have any of these items you will not be able to race (No grey area).
Australian Standards or equivalent Approved helmet (no two piece helmets)
Elbow guards (Any quality moto or MTB shop will carry these.) my suggestions are G-form, 661, POC, TLD, Fox, Alpinestars and the list goes on, these do come in hard or soft shell. No makeshift elbow guards will be accepted.
Long sleeve shirt, to the wrist
Gloves
Long pants or knee guards with shorts so your knees are covered.
Bar ends on your handle bars