WELCOME TO THE GT BIKE BULLER FESTIVAL PRESENTED BY ALPINESTARS
This revolutionary event brings all that is great about mountain biking to the one location for a huge weekend of bikes, single track, fresh air and good times at a spectacular mountain top destination.
The 2017 weekend will be an incredible celebration of all things mountain biking with a broad range of races for all types of riders:
DownHill / Gravity Enduro / XCountry / Kids / spectator…
Add in a full social calendar with spectator events, MTB movies, bike expo, kids rides and a huge food, wine and music festival and this is the ultimate biking weekend.
WHEN: Saturday 11th - Monday 13th March, 2017 (March long weekend - VIC)
WHERE: Mt Buller, Victoria, Australia
WHAT: A 3 day mountain bike festival on the spectacular trails at Mt Buller in the breathtaking Victorian Alps. The event coincides with the renowned ‘Picnic in the Park’ food, wine and music festival
WHO: Mountain bike riders of all levels and riding styles
HOW: ENTRIES ARE NOW OPEN HERE.
WIN: Share the fun of the GT Bike Buller Festival - bring your mates to the race and you could WIN A NEW GT BIKE! Details here
GIFT VOUCHERS: Purchase an event gift voucher and give the gift of adventure! You can purchase a voucher to the value of $50 or $100 for use across all Rapid Ascent events, or buy your loved-one a Gravity God or XC Whippet Package entry! Purchase a voucher via the event merch store HERE
The GT Bike Buller Festival is designed as a super fun mountain bike event for everyone! Racers can race, recreational riders can enjoy the trails and the scenery, non-riders can do their own thing and we can all get together to enjoy a good party on Saturday night. This is what riding is all about!
"Bike Buller is by far one of my favourite events to do in the world!" Josh Carlson (GIANT Factory Off Road Team; Gravity Enduro World Series rider)
“The Bike Buller Festival has to be one of Australia’s best events - challenging, diverse and rewarding racing on superb trails in one of Australia’s most beautiful settings.” Mick Ross, Co-Editor FLOW MTB. www.flowmountainbike.com