Sunday, 17 February 2019
100km | 50km
The Kalamunda 100 provides one of Perth’s most challenging rides through the picturesque hills of Kalamunda, Pickering Brook and Mundaring. It is specifically designed to put your legs to the test and check your fitness before the epic 2019 Dams Challenge. Register as an individual, with your riding partner or in a team of up to nine riders. You can enter the event as an individual or team of up to 9 riders. The event is fully supported and includes water stations along the course, motorbike marshals, first aid, broom wagon and more.
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The event is a personal challenge and NOT a race – no place-getter prizes are awarded.
WHEN AND WHERE
Start / Finish location: Pickering Brook Sports Club – 35 Weston Road, Pickering Brook WA 6076
Date: Sunday, 17 February 2019
Start Times: from 6:30am (start list will be uploaded on Thursday, 14 February)
Rider check-in: from: 5:30am
Rider Briefing: 6:15am (all distances)
*All routes are subject to change without notice. Please note these 2018 maps and we are awaiting approval from Statutory Authorities.
* All Bicycling Western Australia events are timed but they are not races.
CUT OFF TIMES
A Distance – 1st lap must be completed by 9.45am, 2nd lap cut off for Mundaring by 11:00am
B Distance – Cut off for Mundaring is 11:00am
If riders don’t make the cut off they will be advised if they continue it will be with no traffic management and no support from the event.
All cut off times are subject to change without notice. Please note these 2018 cut off times. They may change as we are awaiting approval from Statutory Authorities.
ON COURSE SUPPORT
- Each check point will have water
- Motorbike marshals will patrol the course providing assistance as required
- St John Ambulance will be present to provide medical support
- Broom wagons will follow the last rider
Please note: Private support vehicles are not permitted as they cause unnecessary traffic congestion and inhibit the ability of official event support vehicles to efficiently navigate the course. Road closures will be in place around some check points and vehicles will not be permitted to enter.
The Kalamunda 100 is NOT a race. Each team will receive one transponder and a team number. The transponder is to be placed on one rider’s ankle (usually the team leader) and the team number is to be pinned to the back of the team leader’s jersey.
Individual riders will not be timed for this event. Results will be available from the BWA website the following week.
Become a member of Bicycling Western Australia’s Strava Club and track your progress against other Kalamunda 100 participants. You can upload your rides to Bicycling Western Australia Strava Club by using your Garmin, iPhone or Android device.
If you would like to volunteer your time and join the Bicycling Western Australia team in delivering the event, please register your interest in the below link. There are plenty of roles available including: rider check-in, aid station attendant, motorbike marshal, corner marshal, parking marshal, tail end bike rider and more.
Each volunteer will receive:
- Valuable experience
- Official event shirt
- Foods and refreshments throughout the day
- Task description – to ensure you are clear about your role on the day
Where can I park?
There is FREE parking available at the event village (Pickering Brooks Sports Club).
Do I need to be a member of Bicycling Western Australia to ride?
No, you do not have to be a member of Bicycling Western Australia to ride in our events. However, members receive a number of great benefits including discounted entry to events as well as being covered by Australia’s premium bike accident insurance. All the membership benefits are listed on our website. We are delighted to welcome new faces to all of our events, so please feel free to come and try.
I can no longer attend the event, can I get a refund?
A processing fee will apply in the event of a requested refund. Changes MUST be received by Sunday, 10 February 2019.
Is there an age limit to register for the Kalamunda 100?
There is no age limit however participants must be aged 16 or over. Riders aged 16 and 17 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian during the event.
I have signed up for the Kalamunda 100. When will I receive specific event information?
An information pack with all the details you will need will be uploaded to this site and emailed to all registered riders in the week prior to the event. Important details and changes will also be communicated to riders through email on a regular basis.
I don’t have a team, can I still join?
Absolutely! You can enter as an individual.
Is a meal included in the entry price?
No, following feedback from participants we no longer include a meal as part of the entry price.
Who can be in a team?
You can make up a team in so many different ways – work colleagues, family, regular riding mates. Corporate teams are a great way to increase the profile your business, develop leadership and team building skills and encourage a healthy and active workplace.
How do I register a team?
You can create and register a team through our registration site. We’ve made it easy for you to collect your team riders’ details.
When are events on?
View our calendar of events for more details.
When do registrations close?
Registrations generally close at midnight on the Tuesday prior to the event (if not sold out prior). Late entries will not be accepted so please ensure you and your team mates register before the close-off date.
How fit do I have to be?
If you ride more regularly, you could try the 50km and if you are up for a real challenge then the 100km distance is probably more for you.
Do I need all the kit?
No, but you will need to start with the basics. 1. A reliable bike. A road bike is preferable, but a mountain bike or hybrid bike is acceptable. 2. Helmets are compulsory. 3. A good pair of cycling shorts is a must for comfort. 3. A reasonable pair of cycling shoes and set of pedals that you “click” in will make the experience more pleasurable. 4. Water bottle.
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