Round One

The “Tenterfield Terror”

March 14 & 15 2020 This event kicks off round one of our Hard Enduro championship series for 2020, six rounds in total.

Set on 6500 acres of rolling mountains just 60 minutes east of Tenterfield this property allows for a large technical track to test riders and bikes.

Saturday March 14 will see senior riders undertake a natural terrain prologue course to establish their starting positions for Sunday March 15, senior riders undertake a 4-hour hard enduro cross-country. Senior (over 16yo) bike restrictions: No ebay/pit bikes, all bikes must be in good mechanical order. No size restrictions

Juniors (12 to 15) will race for 2.5 hours on Saturday March 14 after completing their prologue.

Juniors will also undertake a hard enduro cross-country, there will be plenty of sweeps and volunteers positioned throughout the juniors track to supervise and help where necessary. All juniors ride the same track, there are no separate classes for juniors. We encourage junior riders and their family to stick around for the seniors racing on Sunday, there will be plenty of action to see and keep you entertained.

Breakfast and lunch(cash only) will be handled by a local organisation.
Camping is permitted at the event for riders and their crew (maximum of three adults per crew including the rider), cost is $20 (cash only)per car paid at the gate upon entry.
Portable toilets are on site for your comfort.
All camping funds collected go directly towards improving the facilities at the ground

Junior bike & age restrictions:

Junior ages are restricted to 12 to 15, if they turn 16 before March 1 they will be a senior

Junior bikes are restricted to 80cc to 200 cc two stroke & 125cc to 250cc four stroke

All bikes must be fitted with a manual clutch from factory, meaning no PW80 for example as they will not make it around the course, 65cc bikes will also not make it around the course, hence the 80cc limit.
Exemptions may apply, contact us to discuss

For juniors who are 15 years old and confident riders they may be permitted to ride as a senior based on their riding experience, juniors under 12 may be permitted to ride based on their riding experience, email us to request this.


Our timing system requires a small transponder to be fitted to your bike, we supply you the transponder upon sign in at the event, this requires a $25 deposit, this is payable on the day in cash only, please ensure you have the correct money so the sign on process is quick and smooth. When you return the transponder your deposit is returned, if you intend on racing more of our events you may hang onto it.

Camping is permitted at the event for riders and their crew (maximum of three people per crew), cost is $20 per car paid at the gate upon entry.

All riders and their crew (maximum of three people per crew) will be issued wristbands upon payment for the camping at the gate.


In order for us to adhere to our insurance and council permit conditions all spectators must register by clicking here. Spectators will be issued a different coloured wristband to riders and crew. There is no camping provided for spectators, all spectators must vacate the property within 60mins of the race finishing. If you wish to attend this event as a spectator you must register.

All wristbands must be worn while at the event, if you do not have a wristband on you’ll be instructed to leave the venue.