Welcome to the home of Cape to Cape, Australia’s largest, longest running and most popular four day MTB stage race. Based in Margaret River Western Australia, this iconic riding experience includes access to stunning private trails, vineyard visits, brewery finishes and some of the warmest hospitality the region has to offer.
Starting at Cape Leeuwin lighthouse and finishing four days later up at Cape Naturaliste, the course makes its way through a network of trails along the coast, through National Parks, forest, farm lands, mountain bike parks, and bush before heading up to the northern cape of the South West WA region.
Roughly 200km and 2,500m of climbing in total, each day’s riding is between 34km and 59km and has its own special terrain and environment to keep things interesting with a mix of fast flowing single trail, farm tracks, groomed downhill trails and fire trails – many through private land that can only be ridden while racing the Cape to Cape.
There’s nothing too technical and it's ridable for anyone with a reasonable level of fitness and MTB skills. Check out the course overview.
Cape to Cape is part of the Epic Series, which includes the Absa Cape Epic in South Africa, as well as fellow Australian races Port to Port in NSW and Reef to Reef in Tropical North Queensland. Together they make up the Triple Crown of Australian MTB Stage Racing.
Why Ride C2C?
ACCESS ALL AREAS
The best trails we can find … some that are for your tyres only.
Probably the coolest t-shirt and trucker cap you’ll ever own.
Everything you need to get clean, get fixed, get fuelled and get ready for the next stage.
A GREAT PLACE TO RACE
Enjoy everything Margaret River has to offer, from breweries to beaches and everything in between.
The only race in Oceania where you can qualify for the mecca of MTB stage racing… Cape Epic.
Like marriage… but with less shouting and more high fives.
Wineries, breweries, distilleries and lighthouses… need we say more?
It’s a medal, and it’s a bottle opener… Mind. Blown.
YOU GOT THIS!
4 days of fun... not 4 days of flog.