AustraliaOceania

4 days

195 km

Distance

3 000m

Climbing

Port to Port is a MTB stage race taking place over four days in New South Wales.

Riders let loose across the spectacular Hunter Valley, Lake Macquarie and Newcastle Region in the an awesome east coast mountain bike holiday jam packed with fun trails, good mates and cold beers.

It’s around 196km of riding and 4,300m of climbing in total, spread across 40 to 55km each day; the Port to Port keeps things interesting with a mix of fast flowing single trail, farm tracks, testing hill climbs and groomed downhill trails – many through private land that can only be ridden during the event. Designed to be fun and challenging for riders of all levels, none of the riding is overly technical and it’s ridable for anyone with a decent level of fitness.

The Port to Port is the sister event of Australia’s number one stage MTB event, the Cape to Cape in South-West Western Australia and the Reef to Reef in Tropical North Queensland. Making up the newly formed triple crown of Australian multi-stage MTB racing.

Good MatesFun TrailsCold Beers