Maydena's Gravity Fest Event is nearly here


If you're planning a trip to the Apple Isle, April 27-29 would be a good time to go, to coincide with Maydena Bike Park's first ever Gravity Fest Event.

The Canyon Bikes Ultimate Flow Challenge, SRAM Air DH and Krush Oz Tech Assault are just some of the events to be held over the three days, with Friday night reserved for a pump track chellange and Saturday night for a whip-off comp.

The event closes out with The Summit afterparty - a night at Maydnena's amazing Eagle Eyrie, 1100m above sea level. There's food, bar and a DJ, and tickets are available at Maydena Park.


And if you're worried about the cooler weather affecting the event, rest assured the park is doing everything it can - it's even flying in gravel with a helicopter to weather-seal its trails!

Event entries are available for the full event, or individual event days, with entries closing Midnight April 23rd. Enter now by clicking here!

Bicycling Australia

Daryl Impey has done it, the Mitchelton-Scott rider and South African national champion has won back-to-back Tour Down Under events, the first rider to ever do so.

Tour Down Under leader Patrick Bevin was rushed to hospital after the completion of Stage 5 of the race, the New Zealander crashing heavily in the final 10km of a thrilling and controversial day's racing.

Reigning Tour Down Under Champion Daryl Impey has won Stage 4 of this year’s event in sensational style