• Sunday, 16 May 2021

Dwellingup

Enjoy a morning riding through one of the most beautiful parts of the state! The Marrinup/Dwellingup MTBO event is in score format; you will have 4 hours to visit as many controls as you like on WA's largest orienteering map.

From the Visitor Centre in Dwellingup, you can either go out for the full 4 hours, or come back for a recharge and enjoy the cafe!
There will be lots of controls within a 3 km radius of the start, so the event is well suited to beginners, families, and even runners. E-bikes welcome! Want to do a bit of trail running? Runners are also welcome!

No bike, no problem! You can hire a mountain bike or e-bike right from the start location for $35 (bookings at http://dwellingupadventures.com.au/mountain-bike-and-camping-equipment-hire/).

Mass start at 9 am, and everybody should be back 4 hours later (or earlier) by 1 pm.

Pre-entry is encouraged, but on the day entry is possible (before 8:30 am, otherwise after the 9 am mass start).
Newcomers get a free entry for the next event!

A limited number of map boards is available on loan, make sure you arrive early so you have time to affix it to your bike.

The cafe is open 8 am - 5 pm, and the Visitor Centre from 9 am - 4 pm.

Pre-entry via Eventor is be available and preferred for this event: entries close at 11:59 am on Saturday 15th May. However, EOD (enter on the day) will be accepted.

Classes: Mountain bike, e-Bike, runner.
On the day registration: 07:45 - 08:30 am (later entries will be processed after the mass start at 9 am)
Start times: mass start at 9 am.
Courses close: 1pm sharp. Please return to the assembly area by 1pm even if you have not completed your course. Point penalties apply for late returns.

Remember to bring:
• Water bottle or camelbak, helmet.
• SI stick, if you have one or you can borrow one at the event.
Facilities at the event: toilets, showers, and cafe.

Getting to the event: Eventor has directions to the event.

More information: the OWA website has information about MTBO events.

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Acknowledgement of country

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Orienteering WA acknowledges the Noongar people, the Traditional and continuing Custodians of the land on which we gather to enjoy our sport, and pay our respects to Elders past and present.