Multi Sport Sprint Series
March 4 @ 7:00 am - April 22 @ 11:00 am$50 - $95
Multi Sport Sprint Series 2018
Fun – Fast – Challenging
Welcome to the Outer Limits Multi Sport Sprint Series 2018
This year we introduce 3 new events, all of which combine the disciplines of Mountain Biking, Trail Running and Kayaking. The distances are kept short and fast and the courses are challenging and fun. We offer 3 events in 3 different locations. You can choose to tackle the courses in a team of 2 or 3 or do it all solo. You also have the option to choose from either a multi sport course or a duathlon course (run-ride-run; solo only).
So make sure to save the dates for these events! Registrations open January 1st 2018 (link will be posted on here). Follow our Facebook page for updates.
Entries are limited to 150, so make sure you get in quick!
Multi Sport Solo $95 | enter 2 races $85 each | enter 3 races $ 75 each
Multi Sport Team $50 per person | teams of 2 or 3
Duathlon Solo $60
Sunday, March 4th 2018 – Paluma Dam
Race HQ is at Paluma Dam Camp Grounds.
The course will take you on an 8km kayaking leg on the Paluma dam, 20-25km mountain bike ride along the Paluma Dam Loop and a few extra bits and a 10km trail run on the Dam Loop as well as exploring parts of Bullocky Toms Track and Thorsen’s Rock Garden Trail. Transitions will be at Race HQ.
Sunday, March 25th 2018 – Magnetic Island
Race HQ is at Arcardia Village Hotel on Magnetic Island.
The course features an 8km kayaking leg taking you around beautiful Arcadia Bay. Back to race HQ and taking the mountain bike out to Horseshoe Bay and back and finishing off with an 8.5km trail run along the Nelly/Arcadia Trail.
Sunday, April 22nd 2018 – Pallarenda
Race HQ is at Cape Pallarenda Conservation Park
Close to town, this one will be on home turf. The kayaking leg will take you out towards West Point, Magnetic Island and return back to race HQ. You then ride Under The Radar, Smedleys and return along the Lagoon Trail before finishing it off with a trail run along the Graveyard circuit and Freshwater Trail.