Mountain Bike Park
Thredbo Gravity Series
Saturday 16 Dec, 2023 - Saturday 27 Apr, 2024
- Osprey Ricochet Rumble17 December
- Rockshox Pump Track Party16 December
- Crankbrothers Cruiser Crusher3 February
- Oakley Supertrail Scramble23 March
- Maxxis Chainless Champs27 April
Five rounds of racing will see competitors fight for series points on a creative mix of Thredbo’s main gravity trails. This fun style of racing is all about racing your mates and having a laugh while still pushing the boundaries in a more regionally geared competition.
It’s not all about the pros… It’s about progressive race tracks, fun and building confidence! With multiple categories & overall series champions, there’s a tonne of cash and prizes up for grabs!
Join us after every race for some light hearted race banter and presentations!
Register for all events for your best chance to score a chunk of the $50k prize purse and ultimate bragging rights.
Entries are limited. Multi Event Entry closes at 8am, Friday 15 December.
We're Looking For Volunteers
Volunteers are a vital part of grassroots events like Gravity Series. After a full brief, you will be positioned as track marshals on the race course, right near all the action.
To thank you for your time, you will receive a voucher for your choice of lift pass, bike rental or discounted event entry for next year. Find Out More
Osprey Ricochet Rumble | Dec 17
Postponed to Dec 17
The Osprey Ricochet Rumble is first up with racers looking to get some early season points in the bank. Utilising Ricochet, this event is your chance to turn up the speed dial and push the limits on a super flowy and fast racecourse.
Rockshox Pump Track Party | 16 December
Momentum is key as racers generate as much speed as possible without a single pedal stroke. From the start mound you will be unweighting through a series of perfectly placed rollers and berms. The fastest lap time will see you take the honours at the crowd-pleasing Rockshox Pump Track Party.
Crankbrothers Cruiser Crusher | 3 February
A slightly new event to the Gravity Series, the Crankbrothers Cruiser Crusher will see a brand-new racecourse utilising Paparazzi into the Lower All-Mountain with the race finishing at the base of the Cruiser Chairlift.
Oakley Supertrail Scramble | 23 March
It’s Cannonball time folks! Taking on the easier sections of the Cannonball DH with a mix of the Kosciuszko Flow, this racecourse is hugely popular among many and brings with it some huge bragging rights.
Maxxis Chainless Champs | 27 April
It’s time to go chainless for the final round of the series! The Maxxis Chainless Champs will see all competitors remove their chain before pumping and holding speed down Centre Link to lower Kosciuszko Flow. With overall points on the line, expect banter from the sidelines and tactics to determine who will come out as the series champion!
- Open Men & Women
- U19 Men & Women
- U17 Men & Women
- U15 Men & Women
- U13 Men & Women
- Masters 30+ Men & Women
- Masters 40+ Men & Women
- Masters 50+ Men & Women
Note: Ages are calculated as of 31st December 2024.
The Thredbo Gravity Series is also conducted under the guidelines provided in the AusCycling Member Protection Policy.
Entries are limited.
All competitors must wear a minimum of knee pads, full finger gloves and full face helmet.
*Knee pads are available for rent at the Thredbo MTB Rental store located at Valley Terminal.
Yes, however it must have 2 working brakes & front suspension. An enduro style bike will be best for this event. Being an MTB series, E-MTB’s are strictly not permitted in any capacity (Even with the battery pack removed and/or disconnected).
No. All competitors will only get 1 race run.
Podiums for all Open categories will take home cash prizing! All other categories will score a sweet goodie bag with a stack of prizes from our rad partners.
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Thredbo sits on the traditional land of the Monero – Ngarigo people who have looked after this land, water and community for over 60,000 years. We thank them for all they have done and continue to do to look after their country, a special place which we all love and respect.