XCO Racing

XCO racing is the staple of the Adelaide Mountain Bike Club’s yearly events.

Race dates

DISCIPLINE DATELOCATION ENTRY LINKRESULTS
SummerSun 12 Dec (2021)Cobbler Creek CompletedResults
SummerFri 28 JanEagle MtB Park CompletedResults
SummerSun 20 FebShepherd's HillCompletedResults
XCO Sun 27 MarchO'Halloran Hill XCOCompletedResults
XCOSat 23 AprilEagle MtB Park XCOCompletedResults
XCOSun 24 AprilEagle MtB Park XCOCompletedResults
XCM Sun 29 MayProspect Hill XCMCompletedResults
XCMSun 26 June
Kinchina XCM
CompletedResults
XCM Sun 31 July
Craigburn Farm XCMCompletedResults
XCO Sun 25 SeptemberEagle MTB Park XCOEntryBossMy RaceResult
XCO Sat 22 OctoberMelrose (Willowie) XCOEntryBossMy RaceResult
XCMSun 23 October Melrose (Willowie) XCMEntryBossMy RaceResult

Race Categories & Start Times

Category ^Laps #*Wave #*
A Grade Male63
A Grade Female52
B Grade Male53
B Grade Female42
C Grade Male43
C Grade Female32
D Grade Male33
Under 19 Male53
Under 19 Female42
Under 17 Male & Female41
Under 15 Male & Female31
Under 13 Male & Female21
E-Bike Male23
E-Bike Female22
Wave 01 = 08:30AM; Wave 02 = 10:00AM; Wave 03 = 12:00PM
The club will determine wave start categories for each race based on entry numbers

^The club reserves the right to recommend a higher grade to competitors as it sees fit using previous race results. If a competitor chooses to ignore this recommendation, the competitor will not be eligible for podiums or prizes. These recommendations are made in attempt to keep racing fair and engaging for everyone.

*Lap numbers are a guide only and will be determined in line with AusCycling policy. Weather, course length and other factors may limit or increase the number of laps.

Entry fees

Rider ClassCost
Senior rider$35*
Junior rider$25*
*Valid AusCycling race license required to compete.
*Rental race plate with a transponder attached supplied.
*Race plate to be returned after each race.
Refunds for Race costs
Our refund policy for races costs can be found here.

What is XCO?

Cross Country Olympic (XCO) racing is a lap based mountain bike race that features longer climbs (2-6minutes), traversing and downhill trails.

Typically, courses are approximately 5km in length, using a range of green through to black diamond trails.

The winner is the competitor who completes the allocated number of laps and crosses the finish line first!

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