MTBO 2 - Roleystone

Sunday, 30 April 2023


Enjoy exploring the hills, valleys, cul-de-sacs, bush tracks and reserves in Roleystone on your bike. This event is based in the residential areas, not in the bush areas that surround it. Contours will feature in your route choice.

Runners & e-bikes also welcome!

Fortuitous scheduling has resulted in the Roleystone Markets being held at nearby Cross Park on the same day from 10:00am to 3:00pm, so your post event refreshments will be readily available in considerable variety. The Markets will also result in part of the map being out-of-bounds and nearby streets will be busy with cars and pedestrians. Please be considerate of other road users.

This is a score event whereby you visit as many controls as possible during a two-hour period. MapRun6 will be used to record your visit to each control. The information flyer has information on using the app.

Start Times: 9.30–11.00 am.
Courses Close: 1:00 pm. 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, before 5pm on Sat 29th April. Enter on the day is available 9:00-10:30am.
Map: A new 1:15,000 map of the Roleystone urban area.
MTBO, MTBO e-bike, runner.
Facilities: One portable toilet.
Parking: Robin Glades Estate on Robin Road, Roleystone. The developer has kindly allowed us to use the area – parking must be confined to the road surfaces.
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 is available in Eventor, including an information flyer.

Read general information about MTBO events on the OWA website.

Photo by Sue Dowling.

OWA Sponsors

Australian Sports Commission
Department of Local Government,Sport and Cultural Industries

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.