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Sat 4th May 2019
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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Entries Now Open!

In just over five months another strong field of riders will assemble to take on one of Australia’s favourite and longest running mountain bike marathons; The Convict 100. Will you be joining them in 2019? Over the last 14 years, on the first weekend in May, some 18,000 riders have embraced the sleepy township of St. Read More

Results, Photos & Race Wrap Now Available!

Saturday, 5th May saw nearly 900 mountain bikers hit the trails around the normally sleepy hamlet of St Albans for another edition of the iconic Convict 100. New tales of triumph and achievement were carved into the history of the event as riders enjoyed the 100km, 68km and 44km courses. Read More

Last Minute Race Information

The course has been set, the kayak bridge built, all that is missing is you…the riders! The Convict 100 2018 is here, with a cracking day out on some of the most spectacular, remote and challenging mountain bike tracks to be found anywhere. Read More

Event Program Now Available

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. Make sure you download your copy via the link below. Read More

Last Chance, Don't Miss Out!

It's nearly May, which means one thing, it is time to make the annual trip to St Albans for the institution of Australian mountain biking, that is the Convict 100! The sleepy town of St Albans will transform into a buzzing community of mountain bikers, comparing equipment and sharing a drink at the historic Settlers Arms pub before rising the next morning to gather around campfires in the early morning mist before hitting the course. Read More