• Sunday, 02 April 2023

Troy Park, Burke Drive, Attadale

Come and enjoy a cycle around Attadale/Applecross! The course covers mainly residential streets, with gravel paths in nature reserves and cycle paths along the river. This event is suited to beginners, families and runners. E-bikes welcome.

This event is a score event using  paper maps with the MapRun6 phone app for punching. There is information in Eventor and in the information section (blue box at the top of the Eventor page) on using the app.

You may start at any time between 9.30 and 11am, with 2 hours to collect as many of the 39 controls as you can. Controls numbered 01 to 09 are worth 10 points, those numbered 10 to 19 are worth 20, those numbered 20 to 29 are worth 30 and those numbered 30 to 39 are worth 40.

Start Times: 9.30-11.00am.
Mass briefing: 9.15am.
Courses Close: 1.00pm. You need to be back at the assembly area by this time, whether you have finished your maximum two hour limit or not.
Event entry: Pre-entry via Eventor is preferred. If entering on the day, entries close at 9:15am - please bring cash for payment.
Classes: MTBO, MTBO e-bike, runner.
Map: Each entrant will be given a paper map, size A3 double-sided, scale 1:15,000 with 5m contours.
Facilities: One unisex toilet.
Parking: Within the Troy Park car park and access road or nearby in the designated bays along Burke Drive.
Remember to bring:
-    Mountain, gravel, or e-bike;
-    Smart phone loaded with MapRun6 app;
-    Helmet;
-    Water bottle;
-    Map board*;
-    Compass*.
* Map boards and compasses can be borrowed at the event.

More information, including directions to the event are in Eventor. Be sure to read the information section (blue box at the top of the Eventor page) as it includes safety directions.

Read general information about MTBO events on the OWA website.

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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.