Entry Fee Inclusions
Your 4-Day Cape to Cape entry fee includes the following;
- Race Entry to the four day mountain bike stage race
- Cape to Cape Riders Gift
- Race Plate (Number)
- Timing, prize money (Pairs) and prizes
- Daily Awards at the end of each stage
- Daily results service
- Cape to Cape Finisher’s Medal
- Medical support & assistance
- Water Points on course
- Bike Wash facilities at the Finish venue
- Mechanical support provided by the BikeDr
- Cape to Cape finish venue
- Photography service (competitor photographs can be purchased during registration or after the event)
26 November 2020 – 27 January 2021 11.59pm
28 January 2021 – 6 May 2021 11.59pm
7 May 2021 - 26 August 2021 11.59pm
|Cape to Cape 4-Day Solo||$585||$611||$642||$674|
|Cape to Cape 4-Day Pairs (entry fee is per person)||$585||$611||$642||$674|
Please Note: All entry fees are shown in Australian dollars and is inclusive of all fees and taxes. All times are AWST (11am (AWST), 1pm (AEST), 2pm (AEDT), 1.30pm (ACDT) 12.30pm (ACST)).Onsite Entries are available up until Check-in closes or once the event is sold out.
Individuals will be placed in your category calculated off your age as of 31 December 2021.
The Cape to Cape features the following categories:
1. Open Men*: Male riders aged 15 to 39years.
*Elite Men: Are included in this category and is open to professional and experienced mountain bike riders. Elite riders are given start line priority. If you are an elite rider wanting to compete, please email us firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Open Women*: Female riders aged 15 to 39years.
*Elite Women: Are included in this category and is open to professional and experienced mountain bike riders. Elite riders are given start line priority. If you are an elite rider wanting to compete, please email us email@example.com
3. Masters Men: Male riders aged 40 to 49years
4. Masters Women: Female riders aged 40 to 49years
5. Grand Masters Men: Male riders aged 50 to 59years
6. Grand Masters Women: Female riders aged 50 to 59years
7. Great Grand Masters Men: Male riders aged 60+years
8. Great Grand Masters Women: Female riders aged 60+years
Please note that participants under the age of 18 are welcome to register and compete in the Cape to Cape, but are required to have a parent guardian sign their event waiver. The waiver is a compulsory part of registration and needs to be approved with parent/guardian signature. Minors are also required to ride in the event with an approved adult and agree to ride within 2 minutes of their approved rider the whole course.
Single Speed - Riders can ride on a Single Speed bike, however will be categorized for amongst all Solo Riders. There will be no GC Awards for Single Speed.
Handcycle - Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are a handcycle rider. We will provide you with further details on the course prior to registering.
Pedal assist or E-bikes are not permitted in 2021 Cape to Cape.
Cape to Cape has eight different pair race categories where you ride in Pairs of two. The age of the youngest pair rider determines the race category;
Your category is based on your age as at 31 December 2021.
1. Open Men: Both riders are male 15years - 39years
2. Open Women: Both riders are female 15years - 39years
3. Mixed: One rider is male and one rider is female
4. Masters Men: Both riders are male 40years - 49years
5. Masters Women Both riders are female 40years+
6. *Grand Masters Men: Both riders are male 50years - 59years
7. *Great Grand Masters Men: Both riders are male 60 years+
Minimum age is 15 years at 21 October 2021. Check out our Pairs Info page.
* A minimum number of 5 Pairs/teams will be required to enter this category to make it competitive. If this number is not reached all teams currently within the category will be rolled into the lower age category.
The Beacon Award
The Beacon Award is a perpetual trophy awarded to an individual who represents the culture and spirit of the Cape to Cape, a shining light of the event. The award is in honour of our friend and ambassador Johnny Wadell, who overcame a serious injury and is back on the bike against all odds, loving life and riding hard.
So, if you witness someone doing something extraordinary, is overcoming a personal challenge or you feel simply should be acknowledged, be sure to nominate them for the Beacon Award. You can nominate directly to the MC or drop them in the suggestion box at the information desk. This award will be presented on Stage 4 at the final presentations.
The James Williamson Medal
The overall winner of Cape to Cape is awarded the James Williamson Medal. James was one of the first riders to sign up to Cape to Cape in 2008 winning the first two events and fast became Cape to Cape’s biggest advocate on the east coast. In those first couple of years James also developed a love for the craft beer scene in the south west and thought it went perfectly with a hard days riding on the bike.
Sadly, James passed away at the 2010 Cape Epic in South Africa, before the third event with a rare heart condition. In 2010, it was decided that the overall winner of Cape to Cape would carry the name of James “willo” Williamson – a true champion of Australian Mountain Biking and a friend of our event to be remembered by us all.