Mountain Bike Park
Cannonball MTB Festival 2020 *Cancelled*
Wednesday 9 - Sunday 13 Dec, 2020
After much deliberation, we have made the tough call to cancel the 2020 Cannonball MTB Festival and the 2021 Super Enduro. Ensuring the health and safety of competitors, guests, employees and the community is our top priority and under current Government restrictions, we are unable to deliver these events to the same calibre and capacity that they are known for. We are committed to bringing our signature events back bigger and better next summer. On the bright side, the Thredbo MTB Park is set to open for daily operations from 21 November in what will be a huge summer of riding. Thanks for your ongoing understanding and support.
Australia’s biggest gravity inspired mountain bike festival returns in 2020 setting the standard for mountain bike competition with a huge line-up of supreme events and non-stop entertainment all weekend long. Catering for amateurs, rising stars & World Champions of all ages, Cannonball will see the mountain bike world hit Thredbo for 5 days of gravity fuelled mountain biking and their chance to take home a share of the massive $100k in cash & prizes on offer, solidifying itself as the richest Australian mountain bike event in history.
New for this year we will see updated schedule changes including the prestigious Australian Open Downhill taking place on Saturday afternoon followed by the crowd favourite Whip Wars. The Thredbo Mountain Bike Park will also celebrate “30 Years of Gravity” this summer with celebrations taking place all weekend.
The action doesn’t limit itself to the race tracks with the famous Thredbo night life coming to life with an impressive line-up of entertainment all weekend thanks to Australia’s best DJ’s spinning tracks till late!
Check Out Last Year's Festival...
Australia’s Biggest & Richest Mountain Bike Event Takes Over Thredbo for a Massive Weekend of Competition
Australia’s biggest gravity mountain biking event, the Cannonball Mountain Biking Festival, has just wrapped up in Thredbo after five huge days of competition, with nearly 1,000 competitors racing for a chunk of the $100K prize pool across the five iconic events.
Cannonball MTB Festival | Osprey All-Mountain Assault
The Osprey All-Mountain Assault was the first event to kick off the seventh Cannonball Festival and it definitely set the benchmark for the high intensity and skilled riding throughout the entire festival.
Cannonball MTB Festival | Maxxis Flow Motion Cup
It was a heavy hitting line up of Australia’s best on the podium for the Maxxis Flow Motion Cup. The Flow Trail offers competitors the chance to push their speed to the limits with never ending rollers and smooth berms to blast to the bottom.
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