Mt Joyce has a history of great events, offering a wide range of trails and lots of elevation to cover in those un-timed liaison stages. That’s why at this venue, you can spread your racing across both Saturday and Sunday – your timing chip will be firing both days. You may still complete all runs on just one day.
This is enduro racing with new friends and without a tight schedule. Work with your crew and other racers to figure out the best order to race, get strategic! Elite racer, grom or noob, any age, will have a blast: there are no harsh cut-off times or start orders, which means whatever category you’re in, you can ride together and each lock your own best race run in!
Get ready to have an awesome weekend out as you smash down our Fox Superflow® race tracks to hunt down those precious seconds for the win!
Rider briefings are posted 1-2 days prior to the event and event photos are uploaded 24-48 hours after event.
Racing starts at 9:00 am with Last run at 3:30 PM
Got a question, check out our FAQ’s or send us a message on the chat at the bottom of the page
Event centre is located inside the gate in the open space above the dam.
Be careful when using google – ensure you access the trail network from Lake Wyralong Dam. It is approx 15mins drive from either Beaudesert or Boonah.
AddressMount Joyce Mountain Bike Trails, Wyaralong Dam Access, Bromelton QLD, Australia
Event Parking will be located above the dam wall. Look for the Orange signs and flags after driving across the causeway turn right into the service road until you reach the Event Hub.
The QLD Rowing association is hosting a Regatta on the Dam both days. Delays may be experienced on the dam road between 5am until 8.30am. Please allow sufficient travel time.
- Registration Tent with live timing, merch and race info
- Neutral bike support in case of a mechanical
- Mountain bike equipment displays and demonstrations
- Music and live race updates
- Professional First Aid
- Toilets: The day use car park has public toilets, but we will provide additional toilets at the Event Hub. There is also a pit toilet at the Secret Valley area where the FOX and STANS tracks finish.
- Water: There is potable water at the day use carpark and the recreational area on the south side of the Dam. We suggest bringing sufficient personal water as the tracks are long and we are expecting temps around 20c both days.
Food & Refreshments
No event is complete without awesome coffee, epic food and plenty of cold refreshments!
The awesome crew from LifestyleLayne cafe and coffee will be serving all weekend. Lots of coffee, cold drinks, burgers, breakfast wraps, muffins, pulled pork rolls. Support the businesses that support our events.
Sponsors & Exhibitors
Last minute bike tweaks needed – the crew from Pedal Inn Bicycle Garage will be on site ready to help out.
Michael from Shredding Trails will have a range of merch available. Stop and say hi !
Check out the display from LifestyleLayne. Grab a raffle ticket to win some great prizes.
- There is no camping at the Event Hub but limited group camping is available at the nearby Lilybrook Camping ground which is available for Event participants only. To secure your spot email email@example.com confirming group name, number of people staying, number of nights. Site capacity = 50. Cost $10 per night payable at rego.
- A wide range of Accommodation is available at Beaudesert and Boonah, approximately 22km and 30km from the Event Hub respectively.
All Rocky Trail events are Ecotourism Certified in the Nature Tourism category by Ecotourism Australia. This means that with Rocky Trail you are guaranteed to be part of a genuine and authentic trail-based nature experience that looks after the environment.
Our Sustainability Pledge is that we encourage our racers to follow some simple tips to ‘tread softly’ when visiting the bush and minimise damage to the natural environment. In summary, when you attend our events, please take only memories, immerse yourself into nature, enjoy spending time with like-minded people on ‘rocky trails’ and please, leave only footprints and tyre marks on the sanctioned trails and in the event perimeter marked out, if you’re a racer.