TOMR leaves the tarmac behind for a day of epic trail riding
SEVEN is a assembly of our favourite dirt roads and favourite dirt climbs broken into seven sectors and then linked together to form one challenging, unforgettable day of cycling. The 125km route features 9 categorised climbs and a total of 2810 metres of elevation gain. This is the country that we ride almost every day of the year, it is the country that we love and thus we have formulated SEVEN as a vehicle to share it with the world. We are of the opinion that the route is world class and it is our intent to conduct the race at the same level .
The course starts and finishes in the picturesque township of Nannup approximately 40 minutes drive from the major regional centres of Busselton, Bridgetown and Margaret River. The route winds its way around the golden triangle of cycling in WA that is formed by connecting the townships of Nannup, Bridgetown and Donnybrook. This area is estimated to be around 30,000 acres and have in excess of 1000km of rideable roads and trails.
Who can enter?
SEVEN is open to riders of all abilities, however a medium to high level of fitness will be required to complete all seven sectors in the allotted ten hours. The event is not suitable for road bikes. For riders from non MTB backgrounds we strongly recommend the use of caution on descents, as for every epic climb in the event there is a corresponding downhill.
Enter with the intent to try and ride all seven sectors (SEVEN) or choose an 85km option that takes in five sectors, (FIVE.) There is also an option for people to sign up top be a part of our crew if you would like to be a part of the event, but don’t feel that you are up to riding.
A series of pre event orientation days will be held in the lead up to SEVEN to help familiarise people with the nature of the road surface and of the terrain. A rider briefing will be held on the eve of the race at 7pm Friday, May 18th.
- Open Male
- Open Female
- Over 50’s Male
- Over 50’s Female
- Clydesdale 100kg+ riders
Please note that E-Bike riders will receive a time and be listed in results, but will not be eligble for award categories.
“SEVEN will redefine your perception of Western Australia”