Event rules

The Dwellingup 100 ride is conducted under the guidelines of Mountain Bike Australia (MTBA) and therefore the race rules apply. Please make sure you are aware of these rules prior to event day - it’s important everyone knows what they can and can’t do! You can read the Mountain Bike Australia Technical Regulations here.

The Western Australian Cross Country Marathon State Series (WA XCM State Series) is a points-based series, formed through an alliance of individual proprietary events held in Western Australia. The event membership in the alliance is limited to those mountain bike events that offer a minimum distance of 50 kilometres, which includes the Dwellingup 100km and 70km rides. You can read the WA XCM State Series Regulations here.

E-bikes

E-bikes are not permitted on course for any distance.

Event entry terms & conditions

All participants should read the terms and conditions before entering the event. By confirming your registration, participants agree to these Event Entry Terms and Conditions.

Special permission

If you have an athlete that is under the minimum age required to participate in one of the Dwellingup 100 ride events and wish to seek special permission to participate, the following conditions must be met:

  • Approval from a minimum Level 2 Qualified Coach

  • Have been training with the coach for a minimum of 6 months

  • Approval from parent/guardian

Depending on the age gap (from the minimum required by MTBA and the age of the participant) the Dwellingup 100 reserves the right to not allow participation even if all the criteria above is met, if it is deemed that the age gap is too large.

Privacy policy

You can read our privacy policy here. It applies to Muscular Dystrophy WA (ABN 49 158 959 834), in relation to the event management of Dwellingup100, the event website and any other website or marketing tools we use in relation to this event.