For the National Downhill to be a success, we’re counting on you! If you’re going to be track side, and want the best seat in the house, consider volunteering, you’ll be driven up the hill, provided with catering including coffee and food from Dumu Cafe and Alpine Gourmet Goodies, and invited to the volunteer after-party.
We’re also looking for drivers, so if you have a licence for a small bus please hit up the driving shifts.
All shifts for volunteers can be found HERE:
While there is plenty of accommodation throughout Bright, the event HQ is right on the finish line at Bright Cabin and Caravan Park, (Formerly Camp Crusty), and there are limited cabins and tent sites left.
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Bright will surprise a few riders as they make their way up the shuttle access – this hill is seriously steep. The Mystic Course has been lovingly crafted by local riders over a number of years and offers a challenging single track trail with almost 500m+ of elevation loss. The fast riders will need to stay focused to avoid the distraction of the fun they’re having. The track has had rave reviews and has quickly become a nationwide favourite.
Downhill (DHI ) – DHI is a point-to-point format race involving a course of between 1.5km and 3.5 km. Total race time should be between two and five minutes. The course must contain a maximum of 3% paved roads and will consist of a variety of different terrain types. There should be an emphasis on technical skills rather than peddling.