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Which option is for you? 

Course Details 

Final course details and GPX files will be released in October

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Mains 

The hardest day on a bike this side of... well most places. This will not only test your grit and endurance, but your bike handling, nutrition and mind set. A course not to be missed, nothing will compare to the finishing velodrome laps knowing you have completed the Edition Zero Mains.

248km, 3.5k Vert, 75% Gravel

2 Aid Stations, 2 Water Stops

This probably is not for you! 

Early Bird (First 40 People) $200 / Full Price $230

Categories: Elite / Age Group Based

Minimum age: 18yrs old on race day

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Entrée 

The real deal - an out and back across rolling farm country, this ride is no small snack, expect to work very hard to get to the Velodrome.

140km, 1.9 k Vert, 68% Gravel

1 Aid Station, 1 Water Stop

Love a century ride?

This is for you! 

Early Bird (First 40 people) $140 / Full Price $170

Categories: Under 19 / Age Group Based

Minimum age: 16yrs old on race day

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Snack 

The real introduction to Gravel riding. An out and back across rolling farm country, this ride will show you some beautiful country side, expect welcome, grit, fun and a fantastic finish.

85km, 900 Vert, 44% Gravel

1 Aid Station (Twice)

Best to start with this! 

Early Bird (First 40 people) $100 / Full Price $130

Categories: Age Group Based

Minimum age: 16yrs old on race day

The Roam Energy Taster

Designed to introduce you to riding on gravel. The Taster is simply that, a taste of the adventure and community,

with less of the challenge.

Supporting someone else but still want to ride? This is for you.

Want to take the kids for a ride? This is for you.

46km, 500m Vert, 27% Gravel

1 Aid Station

Price $65 Not a race

Minimum age: 10yrs old on race day (under 15 accompanied by an adult) 

Aid Stations 

All courses have aid stations with a drop bag service, water, medics, toilets and some nutrition. 

All water stops have water, and caffeine if the day is getting on. 

Snack: 1 Aid Station Twice 24km/54.9km with 1 drop bag

Entree: 1 Aid Station 66km with bag drop,

1 Water stop 113km

Mains: 1st Aid Station 66km with bag drop,

Water Stop 121km,

2nd Aid Station 165km with bag drop,

Water Stop 211km

Drop Bags will be collected at registration with your race pack and need to be dropped at race briefing on race day ready to go. Bags will be transported to aid stations and returned to the finish village for you. 

Bag size: Think draw string bag for school swimming day.

There is strictly no personal or team support on course

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