Port to Port

Good times rolling
4

days

175

km

3,500

up

2/5
iders let loose across the spectacular Hunter Valley, Lake Macquarie and Newcastle Region in the an awesome east coast mountain bike holiday jam packed with fun trails, good mates and cold beers. The Port to Port keeps things interesting with a mix of fast flowing single trail, farm tracks, testing hill climbs and groomed downhill trails – many through private land that can only be ridden during the event.
  • Australia
  • recreational tour, stage race
  • maximum number of participants unknown
  • E-MTB participation options unknown
  • 21 May - 24 May 2020
  • date 2021 unknown
  • www.porttoportmtb.com
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stage

km

ascent

trail

1
48 km
1,160 m
Pokolbin, Hunter Valley
2
46 km
550 m
Killingworth, Lake Macquarie
3
58 km
1,250 m
Awaba / Watagans, Lake Macquarie
4
40 km
540 m
Glenrock, Newcastle
Designed to be fun and challenging for riders of all levels, none of the riding is overly technical and it’s ridable for anyone with a decent level of fitness. The Port to Port is the sister event of Australia’s number one stage MTB event, the Cape to Cape in South-West Western Australia and the Reef to Reef in Tropical North Queensland. Making up the newly formed triple crown of Australian multi-stage MTB racing.
Endurance
2/5
Overall
2/5
Technic
3/5
Days
3/5
Distance
2/5
Up/down
2/5

Explanation

Overall ​Upwards rounded rating baesd on the avarage score of ​endurance, technic, ​days, distance and up/down. Unfortunately the judgment undoubtedly contains subjective elements, please make your own assessments and prepare well!

Endurance Requirements for endurance (unfortunately the judgment undoubtedly contains subjective elements, please make your own assessments and prepare well!).
1 star basic endurance required. 2 stars above average endurance required. 3 stars above average endurance required, partly due to extreme or changing weather conditions (hot, cold, rain, mud, etc.). 4 stars more than above average endurance required, including due to extreme or changing weather conditions. 5 stars way above average endurance / professional endurance, including due to extreme or changing weather conditions. 

Technic Indication of the technical difficulty of the average stages (unfortunately the judgment undoubtedly contains subjective elements, please make your own assessments and prepare well!).
1 star flat or slightly sloping roads with a level surface and/or asfaltos, no or hardly no singletracks. 2 stars mainly off road, but flat or slightly sloping roads with a level surface and some singletracks. 3 stars mainly off-road with single tracks, roots and / or rocks and / or sandy parts in hilly surroundings. 4 stars mainly off road with singletracks, roots and/or rocks and/or sandy pieces including steep climbs and/or downhills in mountainous surroundings. 5 stars mainly off-road, technical passages, steep climbs, fast descents including natural jumps and drops, changing surfaces both up and down.

Days Number of days of the event.
1 star 2 days or less. 2 stars 3 days. 3 stars 4 days. 4 stars 5 days. 5 stars 6 days or more

Distance Average kilometers per stage.
1 star 40 km or less. 2 stars 40- 59 km. 3 stars 60- 79 km. 4 stars 80 - 99 km. 5 stars 100 km or more. 

Up/down Average uphill meters per stage.
1 star 500 meters or less. 2 stars 501 - 1,000 meters. 3 stars 1,001 - 1,500 meters. 4 stars 1,501 - 2,000 meters. 5 stars 2,001 meters or more.

Port to Port

Good times rolling
4

days

175

km

3,500

up

2/5
  • Australia
  • recreational tour, stage race
  • maximum number of participants unknown
  • E-MTB participation options unknown
  • 21 May - 24 May 2020
  • date 2021 unknown
  • www.porttoportmtb.com
iders let loose across the spectacular Hunter Valley, Lake Macquarie and Newcastle Region in the an awesome east coast mountain bike holiday jam packed with fun trails, good mates and cold beers. The Port to Port keeps things interesting with a mix of fast flowing single trail, farm tracks, testing hill climbs and groomed downhill trails – many through private land that can only be ridden during the event.
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Port to Port
Port to Port (overlay) Placeholder
Port to Port (overlay)

stage

km

ascent

1
48 km
1,160 m
2
46 km
550 m
3
58 km
1,250 m
4
40 km
540 m
Designed to be fun and challenging for riders of all levels, none of the riding is overly technical and it’s ridable for anyone with a decent level of fitness. The Port to Port is the sister event of Australia’s number one stage MTB event, the Cape to Cape in South-West Western Australia and the Reef to Reef in Tropical North Queensland. Making up the newly formed triple crown of Australian multi-stage MTB racing.

Port to Port

Good times rolling
4

days

175

km

3,500

up

2/5
  • Australia
  • recreational tour, stage race
  • maximum number of participants unknown
  • E-MTB participation options unknown
  • 21 May - 24 May 2020
  • date 2021 unknown
  • www.porttoportmtb.com
iders let loose across the spectacular Hunter Valley, Lake Macquarie and Newcastle Region in the an awesome east coast mountain bike holiday jam packed with fun trails, good mates and cold beers. The Port to Port keeps things interesting with a mix of fast flowing single trail, farm tracks, testing hill climbs and groomed downhill trails – many through private land that can only be ridden during the event.
Port to Port Placeholder
Port to Port
Port to Port (overlay) Placeholder
Port to Port (overlay)
Designed to be fun and challenging for riders of all levels, none of the riding is overly technical and it’s ridable for anyone with a decent level of fitness. The Port to Port is the sister event of Australia’s number one stage MTB event, the Cape to Cape in South-West Western Australia and the Reef to Reef in Tropical North Queensland. Making up the newly formed triple crown of Australian multi-stage MTB racing.