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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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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

Event Program Released!

The Official Event Program for the Convict 100 has now been released. Containing all the information you need to know about the event this is a must read for all riders and is available HERE. Entries are still open and will be open online up to next Wednesday so keep harassing that reluctant mate we all have to get him or her onto the start line at St Albans. Read More

Think you know the Convict 100?

  Think you know the Convict 100? Did you do the event a few years ago and think, been there, done that, no need to go back? If so then you have no idea what you are missing out on! With the changes that were implemented in 2015 the course now rides completing differently. Read More

Sweet Merchandise

Convict 100 Saturday 30th April 2016 St Albans, NSW With just 3 months to go before the Convict 100, now is the time to start hitting the local trails and putting some k's into the legs before it is all too late. If you are lining up for your umpteenth crack at the full 100km, preparing to smash out the 68km course with gusto or feeling the butterflies in the stomach as you face your first Convict 100 with a 44km entry now is when you need to put in the hard yards. Read More