Round 128 February 2016Toowoomba
Round 23 April 2016Garapine
Round 35 June 2016Garapine
Round 426 June 2016Mt Joyce
Round 517 July 2016Toowoomba
Championship7 August 2016Mt Joyce


Thank you everyone for a great day of racing. We were challenged with a little bit of rain on Saturday which made the tracks of Toowoomba super slippery.  With some configurations to the tracks used and a bit of drying time allowed for a great day of racing for the final of the Qld Enduro Series, final of the National Enduro Series and the Qualifier for EWS to still be raced.

Thank you to all the international, interstate and local riders who support us on a challenging weekend which ended up being a great day of racing.

See you all at the State Champs on Sunday 7 August, Mt Joyce.

2016 Qld Enduro Series 

We were also proud to announce Round 5 at Toowoomba was a qualifier for Enduro World Series read here for more details. This round was also a National Enduro Series round.

Those of you who are new to Enduro. Racing is over a series of special stages generally between 4-6 stages.  Whoever has the fastest combined time after those stages wins. Riders need to ride between the liaison stages, often for a set overall time period.


There are a number of categories available to suit all levels of experience. When registering online the database will automatically calculate the categories you are eligible for based on your age as of December 31, 2016. Please note that if you decide to change your category mid-way through the Series your points will not transfer into your new Category. If you have any questions about the event categories please email the event team on info@emsaustralia.net.au

ExpertRiders aged 18+
VetsRiders aged 30-39
Masters Riders aged 40-49
Super MastersRiders aged 50+
Sport This category is open to all ages that are new to the event or who just want to have a bit of fun.
Under 15Juniors under 15 years of age as of 31 December 2016
Under 17Juniors aged 15 & 16 years of age as of 31 December 2016
Under 19Riders aged 17 & 18 years of age as of 31 December 2016

Safety Requirements

Please make sure you are aware of the Safety requirements for each event. The SRAM Enduro Series complies with MTBA guidelines whereby full face helmets must be worn on all Special Stages. A helmet must also be worn at all times when on a bike, this includes liaison/untimed stages. All riders under the age of 18 must also comply with the following:

  • Full face helmet
  • Gloves
  • Long sleeve shirt
  • Knee and Elbow pads


  • Elite $75
  • Expert $75
  • Age Categories $75
    Under 19, Sport (18+), Veteran (30-39)

    Masters (40-49), Super Masters (50+)

  • Juniors $55
    Under 15/Under 17

Register now as limited number of 300 for State Championships in Mt Joyce

Photos and videos

The team from Element Photo and Video have been working hard at each event to get great action shots of participants as they complete each round. Check them out on the Element website by clicking the photo button below.

You can watch all the highlights from the 2015 SRAM Enduro QLD State Championship. To see previous rounds head on over to the EMS Youtube channel.


Results are based on the total cumulative time across the stages.  The lowest time in each category will be the winner. In some cases (e.g. you have stopped to assist an injured rider) a derived time may be allocated to you for a stage. Penalties can also be allocated if riders do not adhere to the race guidelines or information given during the rider briefing on event day. You will receive points for each round you participate in within the series. These series points will go towards the series finale/round 5. Please note series points to do not count towards the State Championship, which is a stand-alone event to wrap up the season.

Results from the 2015 series and Championship are available in the accompanying table.

Results index


The SRAM Enduro series took place across three iconic locations: Garapine, Mt Joyce and Toowoomba.

Find out more about these great venues below


Toowoomba – Round 1 & 5


EWS_qualifier_horizNational Series Logo

A scatter format will be run in Toowoomba where participants will be able to complete stages in the order they choose. Under 15 riders will not be required to complete the ‘Frenzied Granny’ stage.

In true Enduro fashion there will be no shuttles on event day. Brisbane Mountain Bike Shuttles will be operating a normal service on the Saturday (July 16).

It is important that all riders attend the mandatory rider briefing before racing begins on event day. This briefing will run through important race information and rules.

Download the Round 5 Course Map

National Enduro Series official website.

Enduro World Series official website.

Timetable – Round 5

Unoffical Practice
8:30 Registration
10:00 Rider briefing/Start
15:00 Presentations

Getting Here

The race village is located at Jubilee Park. The park is accessible via car from the Warrego Highway. A map with directions is available HERE. More information about the Park and access is available on the Toowoomba MTBC website.

If you are looking at flying in for this event, Toowoomba has recently opened a new airport with direct flights from Sydney.  The other nearest airport is Brisbane which is approximately 2 hours’ drive away.


Toowoomba has a range of accommodation options to suit every budget.  There is limited accommodation at the bottom of the range however Toowoomba itself is only 20 minutes’ drive from the event site.

Food & Amenities

BBQ items and cold drinks will be available for purchase at the event village. Toilets (Port-a-loos) will also be located in the village and at the top of Harvey Street.

The Withcott hotel is close to the event venue and does a wide range of counter meals.


Garapine – Round 2 & 3

Rd 3: Timetable

Saturday June 4
9:00 Garapine Practice Ride Day – Pleast note: There is a trail maintenance fee $10 per rider for the Garapine Practice Ride Day – please register and pay on arrival (cash or EFTPOS). Riders who are staying in the Garapine accommodation ride the Garapine Practice Ride Day for free. All riders must hold current MTBA membership to ride during the Garapine Practice Ride Day.

2:00 Registration Open
16:00 Registration Close
Sunday June 5
7:00 Registration
9:00 Rider briefing
9:15 Stage 1 start
15:00 Presentations*

Getting Here

Garapine is located at 24 Mountainview Road, Gympie. Follow the Bruce Highway, turn into Traveston-Crossing Road and Mountainview Road is on your left. The Event Village is located within walking distance from the car parking area.

Accommodation & Practice

Accommodation is available on Friday and Saturday nights (3rd & 4th June 2016) onsite at the newly refurbished Garapine.

The accommodation facilities are a bit like staying at a backpackers (or going on school camp) with shared bunk-rooms and shared bathrooms. There are a total of 12 bunk rooms, each with their own bathroom featuring 2 showers and a separate toilet. Each bunk room sleeps up to 10 people. Bunk rooms have a mix of single size bunk beds and single beds.

For more information, prices and bookings please visit the official Garapine Website here!

PLEASE NOTE: No Camping is allowed onsite but there is a local camping site availalble in Amamoor. Gympie is the nearest town centre with a range of motel accommodation options.

Shuttles: No private shuttling will be available. Make sure you like The Brisbane Mountain Bike ShuttlesFacebook Page for updates on Shuttles.
Accommodation: Accommodation will also be available over the long weekend. $33 per person per night (BYO linen) in our bunk-style share accommodation rooms. Please visitwww.garapine.com.au/mountain-bike-resort  for more details and to book. Food will be available across the weekend.
Garapine Practice Ride Day Enquiries:
Email: bookings@garapine.com.au
Phone: 0484 344 770.

Mt Joyce

Mt Joyce – Round 4 & State Championship


Saturday August 6
Unofficial Practice
Sunday August 7
8:30am Registration
10:00am Rider briefing/Start
2:00pm Presentations*

Getting here

Mount Joyce Event Village is located approximately 1.5km from the event carpark in Secret Valley. Please allow additional time to walk/ride to the village once parked.

Vehicle access from the carpark to the village is restricted to event vehicles.  Entrance to the carpark is via the Wyaralong Damgates off Beaudesert-Boonah Rd, Bromelton.


Food & Amenities

BBQ items and cold drinks will be available for purchase at the event village.

Toilets (Port-a-loos) will also be located in the village.

Rules and safety

Event partners


Event Management Solutions

The team at Event Management Solutions are happy to answer any questions you may have.

Phone (07) 3139 0397