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If you want to get your race brain into gear, then it’s a good idea to learn all the whys and wherefores before hand so you can just turn the pedals and keep an eye out for the rustling in the bushes. To that end, you can download the Competitor Info Pack here! Ride smart. Read the pack. We made it for you.


Sweet flowing single track, corners, massive berms, ripping descents, scenic cliff top vistas… all part of the Meehan Monster race course. There will also be 800m of climbing per lap so bring your climbing legs. The race course will include all the best sections of trail in the Meehan Range without any cross overs. The race will start and finish in the Clarence Mountain Bike Park bowl. The first section of trail will take you to Belbins Road and Stringy Bark Gully Conservation area.

Meehan Monster Race Planning

A lap of the “Belbins” trails will take you to the upper reaches of Stringy Bark Gully and then return via the Cross Country Descent. The major climb of the race will take you to the ridge line of the Meehan Range via a mix of single track and fire road. The reward for all the climbing will be excellent views of Hobart, epic descending and so much smile inducing trail that you will be delirious by the time you arrive back at the race village.

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