Kalamunda Mountain Bike Collective

Kalamunda Classic Event 2016



All 2016 results now available at:www.wagravityenduro.org/kmbc-2016-race-registration/ 


If you entered any of the 2016 Kalamunda classic events please let us know what you thought, by completing our quick survey: www.surveymonkey.com/r/KalamundaClassic2016


The Kalamunda Collective are happy to again present a major weekend of events on the Kalamunda Trails! Lock in the 17th and
18th of September 2016 for the "The Kalamunda Classic”, four events over the one weekend that is a truly different event format for WA. Also all the money raised will go back into the Kalamunda Trails and to assist Peel Districts Mountain Bike Club.


Saturday 17th September - Main Event

Kalamunda Classic

The order of runs and number of times you do them is up to you, (apart from the red run that must be done last). You have 4hrs to return back to start, or you may receive a time penalty.  Each rider will get one shuttle only, so use it wisely! More info below, limited entries available at 
www.wagravityenduro.org/kmbc-2016-race-registration/

 2016 Race map below:


Sunday 18th September - Sunday Funday
Chainless Champs and Death Race 2000

This will include several practise runs with shuttle uplifts, before a final timed run down each trail. Includes lift to and from Mt Gunjin and to and from the Camelfarm. Parts of the new and improved Lazaurus trail will be used. More info below and limited entries available at: www.wagravityenduro.org/kmbc-2016-race-registration/

2016 Race map below:



Mini Classic

More info below and limited entries available at: www.wagravityenduro.org/kmbc-2016-race-registration/

2016 Race Map


Entries for all events are done through registration on WA Gravity Enduro Website. 

Event Details
Kalamunda Classic
Saturday 17th September



Timeline as follows (subject to change).

Saturday 17th September

Start/parking point: Mundaring Weir Hotel
Registrations: 8:00am
Rider Briefing: 8:45am
Race Window Start: 9:00am - 9:30am
Race Finish: 1:00pm - 1:30pm
Course Close: 2:30pm
Presentations: 3:00pm

The main event on the Saturday is not quite gravity enduro and not quite XC. It aims to be classically Kalamunda, with the emphasis on blasting the downhills and smashing the flat sections. It will be an inclusive event and aimed at a standard for all those that love to ride the Kalamunda blue trails.

It will once again consist of timed legs which are predominantly downhill and range from 3-5km in length, the longest of any “enduro” style stage race in WA. Most of these descents have not been used in previous races and will involve “reversed” trails to keep you on your toes.

The unique event format will enable you to ride at your own pace and by your own route between individual timed stages, of which you can undertake in any order. That means you’ll decide the route, and which race tactics you want to employ!

There will be only fast times per legs and a total for all legs being recorded, but entrants must return to the start village within a set time (ie 4 hrs) or risk a rolling time penalty for every minute they are over this. Professional timing will be provided by the West Australian Gravity Enduro, and we'll be starting and finishing the event at the picturesque Mundaring Weir Hotel.

There will be some awesome prizes up for grabs after the event. Major prize being a Fat Boy donated by Al's Cycle Surgery.

Once again we will be opening entries to Individual and teams

Along with the normal “open” categories (for the best of the best) we will be offering a wider range of age groups within the “sports” categories. These “sports” categories are aimed at grouping the occasional racer and weekend warriors closer together in age and will be equal for male and female.
Be warned if you’re a “gun” we reserve the right to shift you over to “open”!!!

Team category will consist of be 2 person teams where both times will be added together producing a cumulative time of both riders. However there is a twist as both riders must start each stage together (tag on within 10 secs of each other) and you must ride between stages together.
There will be male, female and mixed teams, along with a family!

Cost + MTBA Day Licence if applicable
$75 Individuals

$35 Juniors
$145 Teams
$105 Family Teams

If entering Saturday and Sunday events overall discount will be given (not including junior entries)

Sunday Funday
Sunday 18th September

Timeline as follows (subject to change).

Sunday 18th September
Start/parking point: Camelfarm
Registrations: 8:00am
Rider Briefing: 8:30am
Shuttles start running from Camelfarm to Mt Gunjin: 8.45am - 9:15am
Shuttles running on Gunji
n Road: 9am - 12 noon

Course open for practise: 9am - 10.30am
Timed runs start: 10.30am
Last Gunjin shuttle: 12 noon
Shuttles back from Mt Gunjin to Camelfarm: 12noon to 12.30
Drinks and presentations at Mundaring Weir Hotel: from 1pm


Mini Classic

Aimed at those who don't think they are up to the Challenge and Kids that want to get themselves ready for the challenge in the future, this event is like the Kalamunda Classics little brother. Based out of the Camel Farm / Black Stump the event will consist of 4 stages varying in difficulty from green to light blue.

Professional timing will be provided by the West Australian Gravity Enduro.

Cost + MTBA day license if applicable
Beginner Adults - $15
Kids - $5

No discounts will be given

Australian Chainless Champs + Death Race 2000

The Sunday event is different again... With the help of Peel District Mountain Bike Club, Sunday's event will see timed runs down the shorter Mt Gunjin trails but with a twist. There will be shuttles and some pretty varied race categories.

Australian Chainless Championship
The 2016/2017 title will be up for grabs with the winners from last year surley doing everything to defend their title. Race will be suported by Carine Cycles giving assistance with removing chains. Shuttles will be provided to return to the top of Gunjin.

Death Race 2000
Open to all bikes manufactured prior to the year 2000. This means no disc brakes, and maybe even some sweet rigid forks! This race will be one not to miss. Run alongside the Chainless Champs, it will also consist of mltiple timed runs down Gunjin with a shuttle to bring you back up.

The Chainless Champs and Death Race 2000 will require full face helmets.

Some great prizes will be given out after the race thanks to Carine Cycles

Cost + MTBA Day License if applicable

$60 Individuals
$35 Juniors

Volunteers Needed

Want to help out and save? Get free entry by either helping out yourself or getting your parter, friend or family to help.  


We are looking for the people to help out with the following


Thursday + Friday -
Helpers will be given free entry to either a Saturday or Sunday event
5 people to help with bunting

Saturday -
Helpers will be given free entry to a Sunday Event
10 Race Marshalls / Parking assistants
5 people to help de-bunt

Sunday - Helpers will be given free entry to Saturday Event
5 Race Marshalls / Parking assistants for Gunjin Races
4 Marshalls for Mini Classic
2 people to help with bunting and de-bunting Mini Classic

If you can help please email Russell - kalamundaclassic@gmail.com

Results from the 2015 Event can be found - HERE


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