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Sat 6th May 2017
St Albans, NSW

The Convict 100 is one of Australia's most challenging MTB marathon races following the historic Convict Trail through the Dharug and Yengo National Parks. The course features a mix of fast fire trail, technical rock gardens, rocky descents and spectacular ridgeline views.

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Have you considered your race nutrition strategy?

Whether you're training for an adventure race, obstacle course race, mountain biking or trail running event, it's important to think about how you're going to fuel yourself on the day AND actually practice your race nutrition strategy during training. Read More

Mountain Biking at it's Best

Entries Now Open! The Convict 100 is an 'institution' in Australian mountain biking! As one of the first marathon events established in Australia, it consistently inspires all entrants to push their personal boundaries. The 2017 event will be the 'lucky' 13th installment and with 100km, 68km & 44km courses available there is a distance to suit riders of all skill & fitness levels. Read More

Entries Opening Soon

Convict 100 Saturday 6th May, 2017 St Albans, NSW Entries for the iconic Convict 100 event open on Monday the 5th December with special Early Bird pricing for those that enter early. 2017 will be the 'lucky' 13th edition of the 'Century of Dirt' and it continues to be the one event not to missed on the Australian Mountain Biking calendar. Read More

Event Wrap Up

The iconic Convict 100 has been and gone for another year with over 900 riders tackling the sandstone ridge lines, kayak bridge and the stones and rock ledges of tracks originally carved out of the Australian bush by convicts many years ago. Read More

Enter on the Day

While online registrations might have shut, it is not to late to experience the iconic Convict 100 event this year. For those that missed out on entering online you can still Enter on the Day. Simply come along to registration on either Friday night or Saturday morning and we will be able to get you in. Read More