Crocodile Trophy 2017

Urs Huber, Crocodile Trophy Champion 2009, 2010, 2015 in the leader jersey. Panoramic view with riders Crocodile Trophy Race start in Cairns. Race finish in Port Douglas.

The Crocodile Trophy is the oldest Mountain Bike (MTB) stage race in the world and has its home in the heart of one of the most beautiful holiday destinations on earth: Tropical North Queensland in Australia. From the tropical rainforests in and around Cairns to the Atherton bushlands and via the remote Outback to Skybury Coffee Plantation and Wetherby Station, finishing eight days later on the breath-takingly beautiful Four Mile Beach in Port Douglas. The race stages offer the biggest variety of mountain bike trails - eight days from the jungle in Cairns to the Atherton Tableland with bush single tracks into the unique Australian Outback. Finish on the breath-takingly beautiful Four Mile Beach in Port Douglas. Ride with cyclists from all over the world - you can camp on cattle stations and in the historic mining villages and even a coffee plantation or there are hotel and motel accommodation packages to choose from! The event is fully catered and supported by race mechanics and medical staff. Visit the event web site for more details.

When: 16/09/2017 - 16/09/2017

Location: Cairns, Cairns Area, Queensland, Australia

Email: schoenbacher@croc.at

Website: http://crocodile-trophy.com/index.php?id=1