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Sat 5th May 2018
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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Beat The Price Rise

With the Convict 100 just around the corner now is the time to sign up to beat the price rise. A price increase across all 3 distances (44km, 68km & 100km) is happening on Thursday 5th of April so time to get your skates on, beat the Easter rush, enter and save yourself $15 on entry fees. Read More

Sweet Merchandise

With just two 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’s too late. If you’re 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

Inside The Convict 100

The Convict 100 is fast approaching and if you haven’t been out to see what all the fuss is about then it’s time to make 2018 the year you do. Each year the NSW mountain bike community gathers in the sleepy town of St Albans and transforms it into a hotbed of bikes, lycra and friendship. Read More

An Epic Two Wheel Adventure

The only large scale cross country MTB event in NSW is back on the 5th May 2018. With three course options and the challenge of conquering the remote and rugged course, there is plenty on offer to entice veterans back to St Albans once again. Read More

Discover The Course

The Convict 100 is an ‘institution’ in Australian mountain biking. One of the first marathon events established in Australia. If you haven’t signed up already, make 2018 your year to experience a real mountain bike adventure! The 100km course now rides completing differently since the changes were introduced in 2015. Read More