170km MAXI CLASSIC
2830m elevation 

RIDE THE SNOWY MOUNTAINS ON FULLY CLOSED ROADS!

Starting by the shore of Lake Jindabyne, you will head out of town over the Jindabyne Dam wall, towards the Rocky Plain loop and onto your first rest stop at Berridale. Anyone who has driven to the snow fields in the Kosciuszko National Park from Sydney, Canberra, or Cooma, has driven through Berridale. This pretty little town, with its poplar-lined main street, has long been the crossroads of the NSW Snowy Mountains.  

From Berridale, you will head towards Dalgety that is set on the banks of the Snowy River. Dalgety is a quaint town that packs a punch when it comes to history and scenery. Surrounded by stunning landscapes, the tranquil town features lush views from the alpine peaks to the rolling, boulder-dotted Monaro Plains. Here you will have a chance to fill up your water bottles before you tackle the first KOM/QOM of the day- the Beloka Climb!  

This KOM/QOM will get your blood pumping and have you short of breath at the first turn, with a total 296m climbed over 3.1km and an average grade of 10.6% and a max of 14.7%! And for added incentive, Black Sheep Cycling are giving away $200 each for the fastest AND slowest male & female up the Beloka KOM/QOM!

Over the climb you will undulate your way down towards Jindabyne. On your way back out towards Perisher ensure you stop at the main rest stop for some food ‚Äď you are about to tackle the final, and long, KOM/QOM for the Snowy Maxi Classic. The constant climb up Kosciuszko Rd to the peak of Perisher is 21.9KM and 985m in elevation!¬†

You have a chance for a quick water top up before you head back to the Event Village, winding your way down the climb you just conquered. 

In Jindabyne the Event Village awaits you. Top off what will be an amazing ride with a delicious meal and cold drink while you relax on the comfy beanbags and enjoy the live entertainment.  

KEY INFORMATION

  • Date:¬†Saturday, 26 March 2022
  • Start Time: 8:00am
  • Start / Finish Line Location: Kosciuszko Rd, Jindabyne
  • Event Village Location:Town Centre Carpark, Bay St Jindabyne. Opposite the Start/Finish Line.
  • Minimum Age: Riders must be aged 16+. Riders aged between 16-18 must hold an AusCycling Race Licence to register.
  • Entry Inclusions: Click here to view entry inclusions
  • Insurance: Rider insurance is compulsory for this event. If you are not already covered by your own insurer, such as AusCycling, a $10 fee will apply. Click here for insurance FAQs.
  • KOM/QOM Prize Money: Thanks to Black Sheep Cycling, the fastest AND the slowest male and female riders up the Beloka KOM/QOM will receive a $200 Black Sheep Cycling voucher.

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