Saturday 15th October 2022
St Albans, NSW

Aid Stations

There are marshalled Aid Stations along the course. At the aid stations, riders will have access to the following:

  • First Aid
  • Unlimited quantities of water
  • Tailwind nutrition
  • Selection of fruit
  • Selection of lollies
  • Potato chips

NOTE: There will be no cups at the aid stations, so you will need to carry a water bottle or hydration pack (or similar) to refill.

Distances to Aid Stations

There are 3 Aid Stations on the 100km course, 2 Aid Stations on the 68km course and 1 Aid Station on the 44km course.

100km Course

Kayak Bridge – 33km

The Junction to Eight Mile Track – 47km

Sullivans Arm – 72km

68km Course

Kayak Bridge – 33km

The Junction to Eight Mile Track – 47km

44km Course

Kayak Bridge – 33km

Time Cut Off

There are no time cut offs for the 68km or 44km course. However both courses will be closed by dark.

For the 100km course and for safety reasons we do not want any riders to remain out on the course after dark. Therefore we are enforcing a time cut off at the 47km mark. This is the split point between the 68 and 100km courses. 100km competitors must arrive before 12:00pm at this location or will be short coursed back to St. Albans via the 68km course. This means you will basically be transferred mid-ride from the 100km course to the 68km course. You wont be disqualified or receive a DNF on your 100km result, you will simply be transferred to the 68km course and will receive a classification within your age group in this course instead.