The Noosa Enduro 100 and the Trek Noosa Gravel Enduro 100 follow a similar route but diverge and converge at times for the most technical sections!
Suitable for first time off-road riders or experienced ones, with an intermediate fitness level, it’s definitely not easy but if it’s a challenge you’re after then this might be the option for you.
With a varied mix of terrain and some steep climbs, riders are expected to finish the course between three and eight hours.
No less of an adventure than the Noosa Enduro 100 the track has varied terrain including gravel and private roads, single track, pitted fields and some quite technical sections.
Plus, you can test yourself on the Pirelli King of the Mountain on one of Noosa’s most well-known climbs nicknamed ‘Mother’. A climb so tough only a handful of riders on the Original Enduro have ever completed without putting their feet down!
With checkpoints at Pomona, Happy Valley and Kin Kin, riders are well looked after throughout the event.
For an official time to be recorded participants must complete the course in 9 hours or less.
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Junior (under 19)
Masters 30-39, Masters 40-49, Masters 50-59, Masters 60-69, Masters 70+
3 hrs – 8 hrs 30mins
Cut off time - riders must reach checkpoint 3 by 1pm.
A gravel bike or cross bike without suspension and including both drop handlebars and appropriate volume tires for off road riding on all surface types is required.
Pomona, Happy Valley and Kin Kin - further details on FAQ’s page.
Pomona and Kin Kin