Do you only accept online entries?

Riders can also register by printing off the hardcopy registration form and faxing the completed form to 03 9584 8951.

When do registrations close?

Registrations are now open and riders will be able to register right up until the commencement of the event.  However it is recommended that registration is completed as soon as possible.

What is your withdrawal and refund policy?

For information on the 12 Apostles Mountain Bike Classic withdrawal and refund policy, please read the Ride Terms and Conditions.

Can riders of all levels participate?

12 Apostles Mountain Bike Classic welcomes riders of all abilities. We believe riders of all levels of skill and fitness will be able to successfully complete the event. Our motto is ‘it’s a ride, not a race’. While there are elite riders participating each year, we also accept entrants who are new to the sport of MTB.

Are there age restrictions on the event?

Riders must be 15 years or older on the day of the event. Riders under the age of 18 must submit a registration waiver form with their application and must be accompanied on the ride by a nominated adult. Support crew under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a legal guardian.

I am disabled. May I participate?

All reasonable efforts will be made to facilitate the access and inclusion of any persons with disabilities. Please contact us directly if you have related enquiries.

What is the approximate distance of each stage?

Stage 1- Childers Cove to Petersborough:  25km racing + a 12km transport ride to Port Campbell via the Great Ocean Road

Stage 2 - Port Campbell Town Sprint:  500m elimination race

Stage 3 - Great Ocean Road and 12 Apostles:  20km racing + 7km transport ride to Princetown

Stage 4 - Princetown to Port Campbell: 57km race stage finishing in Port Campbell

Stage 5 - Timboon to Timboon:  47km race stage passing through Timboon twice before the finish at the Distillery

How many litres of water would you recommend we carry?

There will be water stations provided at the half way point, but do not rely on them. Riders will need to run a 2 or 3L hydration pack, like a Camelbak, for water. We also suggest riders carry a bottle of electrolytes. Depending on your speed, participants will be riding for 3-5 hours each day. It is therefore the riders responsibility to carry enough water and nutrition to sustain the stage.

Is accommodation included in the any of the packages?

Accommodation is not included in any registration packages. For information about accommodation in the region, please visit www.visit12apostles.com.au/ or call Visit 12 Apostles on 03 5598 6089 or 1300 137 255.

Yes, there will be shower and toilet facilities available at the start and finish lines. 

I am interested in sponsoring the event. How do I go about doing this?

A number of sponsorship opportunities exist for organisations keen to become involved with the 12 Apostles Mountain Bike Classic. Please contact us with your sponsorship enquiries by phoning us on 03 9023 9733 or using the online enquiry form provided on our contact page.

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