The Crocodile Trophy is known as the oldest Mountain Bike stage race in the world. The iconic race goes from the jungle in Cairns through one of Australia’s most popular MTB parks in the Atherton Tablelands across to the unique Outback before finally finishing on the breathtakingly beautiful Four Mile Beach in Port Douglas.
This year marks the 24th edition of the Crocodile Trophy, known to be one of the most demanding bike races in the world.
Running across 8 gruelling stages and 650km, this event draws more than 120 riders from around the globe keen to test their wits in the extreme Aussie Outback. Riders will race the ~600km and cover over 12,000m of elevation through the incredible landscape of Queensland’s Tropical North.
With an S1 UCI status, this is the world’s oldest and has been said to be the toughest international mountain bike stage race – and it is your chance to take on the challenge of a lifetime! Visit the event organiser’s website to find out how you can get involved.
The Crocodile Trophy passes through the Atherton Tablelands, a vibrant green land of dramatic mountains, untouched rainforest, delicious produce and jaw-dropping waterfalls.Find out more about the Atherton Tablelands